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The Voice Celestial - An Epic Poem by Ernest Holmes and Fenwick Holmes - cover

The Voice Celestial - An Epic Poem by Ernest Holmes and Fenwick Holmes

Ernest Holmes, Fenwicke Holmes

Publisher: Science of Mind Publishing

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Summary

An Epic Poem in the tradition of The Iliad of Homer and John Milton’s Paradise Lost, The Voice Celestial bridges the centuries that have passed since Jesus Christ gave his message to mankind and links that message to our present age. The Wayfarer makes his journey through the world’s great religions to the mysteries of Egypt, and finally to Jesus Christ, being changed in the process, and discovering along the way that we live in a loving universe, where all men and women are masters of their own destinies.
Available since: 12/21/2015.
Print length: 378 pages.

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