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physical phenomena of mysticism

Montague Summers

physical phenomena of mysticism

with especial reference to the stigmata, divine and diabolic.

by Montague Summers

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Published by Rider in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mysticism,
  • Stigmatization

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV5090 .S8 1950
    The Physical Object
    Pagination262 p.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6066885M
    LC Control Number50004368
    OCLC/WorldCa5048517

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    The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism Physical Phenom PageTwo-Hour Teaching Digital Download Only. In this two-hour teaching session, John Crowder outlines a wide range of supernatural manifestations that occur as a result of practicing the presence of God in divine ecstasy. This disentangling of the substance of mysticism from the psycho-physical accidents of trance, ecstasy, vision and other abnormal phenomena which often xvii accompany it, and its vindication as something which gives the self a genuine knowledge of transcendental Reality—with its accompanying demonstration of the soberness and sanity of the.


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With special reference to the stigmata, divine and diabolic. A collection of work revolving around mysticism, what it means and what it contains.

With topics including ecstasy, hypnotism, demoniacal and poltergeist molestations, as well as reference to such persons as St. Francis of Assisi, St.

Catherine of Siena, Theresa Neumann and Louise Lateau. The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism Code: ON BACKORDER. Herbert Thurston, S.J.’s “invaluable work of reference” (said the Times Literary Supplement in ) is back in print for Catholics crying out for guidance—and getting little—on such matters today.

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Free shipping for many products!MYSTICAL PHENOMENA In popular usage, the term mystical phenomena is sometimes used to embrace all those unusual and mysterious phenomena that surpass the known, normal powers of the human soul and imply the operation of some being superior to the soul or of some unfamiliar factor within the human soul.

Source for information on Mystical Phenomena: New Catholic Encyclopedia dictionary.Concerning Some Philosophical Reasons for the Recourse to Mathematics in the Study of Physical Phenomena in the Thought of Newton and Leibniz. Kenneth Simonsen - - Vienna Circle Institute Yearbook Cited by: