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The Golden Scripts Part II of II

William Dudley Pelley

I felt like I was reading a book authored by the son of God himself. I am very impressed with the content of The Golden Scripts, and it has now become my personal bible. I am reading a bit every day and plan to read it from cover to cover, after which I plan to open it each morning to read whatever is presented to my eyes for that day. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge of spiritual matters. 5.0 out of 5 stars This book will answer every spiritual question you have ever had---and then some! A stream of supernal intelligence from Higher Realms comprise these "Master Messages". Authorship is attributed to a highly evolved Avatar identifying himself simply as "Elder Brother", apparently that same personage known historically as Jesus of Nazareth. Originally called the "Great Speakings", these ethereal communications were channeled by William D. Pelley during the 1930s. Two-thirds were first published in 1941 in a 844-page volume known as the Golden Scripts while the remaining messages appeared in various Soulcraft periodicals or were considered too personal for general dissemination. Each exalted script flowed through William Pelley exactly as received in the idiom of Shakespearean England. Some readers find this archaic prose difficult to understand initially but with perseverance fall in love with the unparalleled beauty and wisdom. Mr. Pelley offers an explanation for this unusual literary style in the following article from Valor magazine, Vol.1, no.15, August, 1951] One dear reader on the West Coast doesn't like the Golden Scripts. It is not because of the doctrine. He believes the doctrine. It's the style of the Golden Scripts he doesn't like. He can't see why the Elder Brother should talk in the stilted and formal speech of John Wycliffe's England, the era when the King James Version of the Bible was translated. It shocks him, he says, to have the language of the Biblical Psalms turn up such modern words as inertia, and galvanism, and atoms, and enigmas. Why can't the Golden Scripts be written in the modern style? What was the idea in transcribing such an anachronism? Couldn't the Elder Brother have talked as we talk today? The answer to it is, Pelley had nothing to do with it. He took what was dictated, and lacked the temerity and audacity to alter one syllable, excepting where he became aware of errors in transcription making for bad grammar....

Book Details

  • Publisher: TNT Publishing, LLC
  • Publish Date: Nov 6th, 2021
  • Pages: 476
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.96in - 1.39lb
  • EAN: 9798985203042
  • Categories: Biblical Studies - New Testament - Jesus, the Gospels & Acts
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