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This book, the great wonder of the literary age.

Contains the first and second chapters of the secret of the creation.

The mightiest book ever written on earth among men.

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The great wonder of the literary age. Contains the first and second chapters of the Secret of the Creation. The most mighty book ever written on earth among men.

Also contains songs and poems by Dr. Howard D. Pollyen, the world's greatest author and writer of all times.

Author of the deepest and most mystifying songs revealing the whole history of the human soul.

The Secret of the Creation in full will follow this little book which is but a touch of heaven's torchlight to the human heart.

The Secret of the Creation

By Dr. Howard D. Pollyen


The Creation of the Heavens

Jehovah has no beginning. He himself created time, and taught its principles to the living things he also created, giving to them comprehension, by which we ascribe, unto the infiniteness of Jehovah a time and a beginning.

Before that there were not any man or angels or living creatures of any form created. When there were no worlds yet formed, nature stood in three kingdoms. They were Light, Water, and Darkness.

Then the kingdom of the light strove against the kingdom of darkness, and the darkness contended with the light. The two elements came together, each of them a separate unit, contending against the other. And in their controversy the virtue of the power of each of them became formed and concentrated into a living being. Their personalities are as those of men, but their substance is power. The virtue the pre motive the ruling quorum the master of all power: The being of light was much greater than the being of darkness and ruled over him; therefore was his name Jehovah. The being of darkness hated him with great envy, thereby was his name Satan. But they were both lonesome; being alone: Even as light and darkness is obstinate to each other.

Then Jehovah saw that he was the master of nature, all power being controlled by his hands. He looked upon the kingdom of the Waters and saw that their alluvian substance could be divided and congealed into many kingdoms of minerals, and he decided to create a world. He sent a current of electricity in its first nature through the face of the waters and said, "let the minerals be gathered together, each one in its place in perfect order for the earth; and let the dry land appear above the face of the waters." And the natural electricity went forth and returned to and fro, and it was done.

And Jehovah came and walked upon the world which he had created, and he called it Heaven. For it was a place upon which he would cause to rest the substance of life out of which he had come. And he called to the kingdom of light and saw that it was an immensity of life. Dividing it he formed and created minor beings after his own image and in his own form. And he called them souls. But they were naked, having no substance for bodies like him. All the face of the heaven was filled with them as they glittered before their creator in hosts. Some of them were great and some of them were small; all being different, each one shining according to the power of its own light.

Then Jehovah created souls for other living things of all manner of shapes and forms, great and small unto the infinite small things until the substance of life was contained.

Jehovah set for his created things an order and a procession of life, creating for them bodies. And they arose up and began to fill all the face of heaven with songs and music. And thus the Heaven and the hosts of it were finished... Continue reading book >>

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