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Oahspe

A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and His Angel Embassadors

15th American 1998 ed.

Published by Oahspebooks in Elmira, N.Y .
Written in English.

About the Book

OAHSPE AN AMERICAN BIBLE

O-AH-SPE means SKY, EARTH, and SPIRIT, the three elements of the universe. It is a compound word from the Panic language, the first developed by man. The Continent of Pan was submerged twenty-four thousand years ago in the Pacific Ocean. The sinking of Pan was the source of the myths of a great flood to be found with all races and peoples of the earth. OAHSPE is pronounced as; O as in O' clock, AH as in Father and, SPE as in Speak.
In this book of over 900 pages is a fascinating history of man's habitation on earth for some 78,000 years. Primitive man is shown in his successive stages of progression. Laying down the foundation of the race on a huge continent in the Pacific Ocean called pan. For upwards of 50,000 years man struggled slowly upwards under angelic guidance, often lapsing into degradation and bestiality, but ever in the aggregate making progress toward something more noble. That period came to an end in the sinking of Pan beneath the waters of the Pacific and the dispersal of the survivors to the different quarters of the globe, where they became the founders of the present races.
The last 24,000 years are more particularly dealt with. The rise of the different nations and the evolution of their language from the original Panic, with variations due to climatic and racial peculiarities, are extremely interesting.
Beginning with early humans on earth, we also learn the vast scope of spirit life, and the immense powers accessible to the dead. According to this bible, "ancient astronaut" visits did occur, with these "ET's" originating from the afterlife dimension. World history is recounted, with OAHSPE emphasizing how events originate in spirit realms, calling it "sacred history." The Flood, the building of the Great Pyramid, the exodus, the Dark Ages, Inquisitions and Reformation, the founding of America, ending with it's Civil War, are among familiar history included-all viewed from a spiritual perspective relative to be the Kosmon era.
This 1892 book contains over 500 references to starships, not corporeal, but from afterlife dimensions (consult it's index under "ships" for a partial listing). Like spirits these ships can materialize sufficiently for mortals to see, which, as OAHSPE predicted in 1882, would occur more frequently in Kosmon. OAHSPE infers the spirit origins of "aliens." It warns concerning unscrupulous spirits "who can take any form or name" and can psychologically manipulate mortals even with physical effect.
Composed of 36 books, many, being the sacred histories. OAHSPE also contains a variety of other books. "Saphah" is a book on the evolution of languages with translations of ancient ceremonies. A book of cosmogony, describing an etherean view of physics; a book of praises to the Creator, extolling the magnificence of spirit realms; a book describing how our creator speaks through our souls; doctrinal books of spiritual wisdom, suggesting how to obtain one's "highest light." OAHSPE also offers prophecies concerning the Kosmon Era, some have already occurred, others still "in Embryo."
OAHSPE is a spiritual record of heaven and earth. It is a revelation for the Kosmon or New Age, dating from 1848, and is unique for it's supremacy over other Revealed, Inspired and sacred books of both ancient and modern times. It is so simple and direct that anyone can understand it, and so comprehensive that the wise find inexhaustible treasures in it's melodious pages.
The best thing about OAHSPE is the dynamic atmosphere for Knowledge, Wisdom and Power. OAHSPE'S Divine Psychology never fails; to read it receptively is to be mentally and spiritually transformed.
OAHSPE is a revelation from the higher heavens to the world of today. It is the miracle of the century. The wisdom of the ages may be yours throughout eternity if you read OAHSPE.

About the Edition

The portraits of the prophets were added in this edition as listed on page xiii and xiv of the 1891 edition. John Newbrough painted these portraits. The electroplates were lost for the 1891 publication. They were later found and for the first time placed in the proper places throughout the 1998 edition. The list of portraits are found on pages xxii and xxiii of the 1998 edition. Finally making this edition complete as the original author had intended. 12 new pages were added as Preface to the present edition with The New Age of Kosmon added within the 12 additional pages.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Copyright Date
1998

Classifications

Library of Congress
MLCM 2003/04306 (B)

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Pagination
xxvii, 891 p.
Number of pages
891
Dimensions
9 x 6 x 2 inches
Weight
2.875 pounds

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL400274M
ISBN 10
0966506502
LC Control Number
98092796
OCLC/WorldCat
40953333
Amazon.com
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Library Thing
1829461
Goodreads
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