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The Spiritual Couplets Of Maulana Jalalu-'D-Dln Muhammad Rumi Book V By E.H. Whinfield
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Edward Henry Whinfield (1836-1922) was a translator of Persian literature. He composed the first well-commented English translations of Hafez and Rumi, as well as a side-by-side translation of 500... More > quatrains of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám in 1883.-Wikipedia< Less
The Spiritual Couplets Of Maulana Jalalu-'D-Dln Muhammad Rumi Book IV By E.H. Whinfield
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Edward Henry Whinfield (1836-1922) was a translator of Persian literature. He composed the first well-commented English translations of Hafez and Rumi, as well as a side-by-side translation of 500... More > quatrains of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám in 1883.-Wikipedia< Less
The Spiritual Couplets Of Maulana Jalalu-'D-Dln Muhammad Rumi Book III By E.H. Whinfield
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Edward Henry Whinfield (1836-1922) was a translator of Persian literature. He composed the first well-commented English translations of Hafez and Rumi, as well as a side-by-side translation of 500... More > quatrains of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám in 1883.-Wikipedia< Less
The Spiritual Couplets Of Maulana Jalalu-'D-Dln Muhammad Rumi Book I By E.H. Whinfield
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Edward Henry Whinfield (1836-1922) was a translator of Persian literature. He composed the first well-commented English translations of Hafez and Rumi, as well as a side-by-side translation of 500... More > quatrains of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám in 1883.-Wikipedia< Less
The Road to En-Dor By E.H. Jones
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THE ROAD TO EN-DOR is the most famous of the escape books of the First World War. The author, a young Welsh officer, was one of the starving garrison of Kut-el-Amara. When the town had surrendered to... More > the Turks, after a long siege, he was marched 500 miles to Yozgad prison camp. Here in 1917 he and his Australian companion, Lieutenant C. W. Hill, devised the extraordinary plot of deception and intrigue which brought them untold suffering but eventually gained for them their freedom. This plot centred on the use of a ‘Ouija-board’ and the fostering, among their fellow prisoners and their Turkish guards, of the belief that the two men were really in touch with a ‘spirit medium’ which spelt out messages at séances. They succeeded in completely hoodwinking the Turks allowing them to bring about their escape.< Less
Twelve Articles on Music - 3 - How the piano Came to be By E.H. Glover
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Twelve Articles on Music - Article 3 - "Origin of the Piano" - ""For lack of written authority, one must turn back to tradition for light upon the origin of the piano.""... More > Although the story of The Egyptian Prince that hewed a sinew across a dead Turtle shell is entertaining, this article looks for more reasonable assumptions as to the origins of what can be said to be an orchestra within the home.< Less
The Pilgrim Church By E.H. Broadbent
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The Pilgrim Church is an alternative “ecclesiastical history” of all the movements within historical Christianity to go “back to the Bible” and simply practice NT... More > Christianity. Broadbent was a member of The Brethren, as was F.F. Bruce, who regarded this book highly. Edmund Hamer Broadbent (1861 – 1945) was a Christian missionary and author. John Bjorlie wrote that he was a "tidy-looking English gentleman with a bookish side who discovered ways of slipping into and out of countries that others just assumed were 'closed doors.' He was not a big man, and his pleasant, easygoing manner would not have conjured in your mind the picture of the fearless missionary." Born in Lancashire, England, Broadbent operated under the auspices of the Plymouth Brethren movement. His missionary work from 1900 into the 1920s took him to Austria, Belgium, Egypt, Germany, Poland, Russia, Turkey, the Baltic states, North and South America, and Uzbekistan. He spoke fluently French and German and could speak some Russian.< Less
ORIENTAL MYSTICISM SUFI METAPHYSICS By E.H. PALMER
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THE Traveller in the path of mystic philosophy is the Perceptive Sense, which as it becomes further developed results in Intelligence, not however the intelligence of life, but such as is described... More > in the words of Mohammed, “Intelligence is light in the heart, distinguishing between truth and vanity, not the intelligence of life.” After a time our issal e merges into Divine Light, but of the thousands who start upon the road scarcely one attains thereunto. The Goal. The Goal is the Knowledge of God, and the acquisition of this knowledge is the work of Divine Light alone, Perception or worldly intelligence having no lot or portion therein. The latter is represented as the sovereign of this world, and the perceptive faculties are the executive officers of his rule, to whom both the cultivation and devastation of the face of the earth is due.< Less
ORIENTAL MYSTICISM By E.H. PALMER
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After a time our traveller merges into Divine Light, but of the thousands who start upon the road scarcely one attains thereunto. The Goal. The Goal is the Knowledge of God, and the acquisition of... More > this knowledge is the work of Divine Light alone, Perception or worldly intelligence having no lot or portion therein. The latter is represented as the sovereign of this world, and the perceptive faculties are the executive officers of his rule, to whom both the cultivation and devastation of the face of the earth is due. The idea is suggested by the following passage of the Corán: "When God said to the angels, I am about to place a vicegerent< Less
ORIENTAL MYSTICISM SUFI METAPHYSICS By E.H. PALMER
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THE Traveller in the path of mystic philosophy is the Perceptive Sense, which as it becomes further developed results in Intelligence, not however the intelligence of life, but such as is described... More > in the words of Mohammed, “Intelligence is light in the heart, distinguishing between truth and vanity, not the intelligence of life.” After a time our issal e merges into Divine Light, but of the thousands who start upon the road scarcely one attains thereunto. The Goal. The Goal is the Knowledge of God, and the acquisition of this knowledge is the work of Divine Light alone, Perception or worldly intelligence having no lot or portion therein. The latter is represented as the sovereign of this world, and the perceptive faculties are the executive officers of his rule, to whom both the cultivation and devastation of the face of the earth is due.< Less

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