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The editor of A Course In Materialization began studying the Teachings in 1977. He noticed that the original Teachings were far more powerful than the more modern teachings. The art of Materialization gave him millions of new choices and a life than can only be described as miraculous. He was able to retire at the young age of thirty eight.Volume one of A Course In Materia ...more
Paperback, 740 pages
Published January 1st 2010 by Freedom Religion Press
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Henry Thomas Hamblin was an English mystic, "New Thought" author, and founder of magazine "The Science of Thought Review", which achieved wide readership.

The essence of Hamblin's mystical experience and philosophy was of the omnipresence, omnipotence and all-goodness of God ("The Kingdom or realm of God is with us now and always"). He believed that "abounding health, sufficiency of supply, achieve
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