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EVER-RECURRING QUESTIONS

FROM THE PEOPLE.

I Sequel to the Penetralia.)

BY ANDREW JACKSON:Divis,

AUTHOR OF SEVERAL VOLUMES ON THE HARMONIAL, PHILOSOPHY.

“ Each man is capable of rendering high service to humanity; but whether humanity
gets it from him, or the reverse, will ever remain for the world to decide. Now here am
1, acting faithfully in accordance with my personalities and its boundaries. If you know
how to use me, as my nature prescribes, I shall then yield you a permanent benefit; but,
if in your ignorance of yourself, (and, therefore, of me), you do not put me to the best
service, you will soon feel the penalty."--Penetralia, p. 16.

BOSTON:
WILLIAM WHITE & COMPANY,

158 WASHINGTON STREET.

NEW YORK:
BANNER OF LIGHT BRANCH OFFICE, 544 BROADWAY.

1868.

Entered accordjng.to Act of Congress, in the year 1862,

ANDREW JACKSON DAVIS, In the Clerks Office of the districo Coart of the United States, in and for the Southern

Netsict of New York.

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PREFACE.

It

may interest the reader, before entering upon an examination of this volume, to know what brought it into existence.

About six years ago, I published a book entitled “ THE PENETRALIA.” It was filled with replies to questions put by investigators who have been developed and multiplied, to, an unexampled extent, by that extraordinary and influential movement of modern days, eommonly denominated “ Spiritual.” In that volume is the filowing language. “ The author does not presume to believe that hiš roplies will be either final or gratifying to those who occupy different positions in regard to the several subjects considered, and yet his spirit is animated with the hope that, to such minds, the following pages may suggest, even more than they express, high thoughts and saving principles."

That the “replies” communicated in that book were neither final nor sufficient in variety to meet the ever-rising necessities of man's immortal mind, is proved by the appearance of this volume. Here are presented newly awakened “ Answers” to newly arisen “Questions,” which have been freely and frequently put to the author during the last three years. The following interrogatories, which have not been replied to in any previous volume, are selected from a formidable pile of correspondence. Hundreds of questions have reached the author from persons who have not read anything on the subject. To such, the Answers hereby imparted will come like a revelation from

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