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by Phylos the Thibetan

  • Author: Phylos the Thibetan
  • ISBN: 1564597156
  • ISBN13: 978-1564597151
  • ePub: 1646 kb | FB2: 1231 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC; Facsimile edition (April 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 436
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 534
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Dweller on Two Planets or the Dividing Way ePub download

A Dweller on Two Planets was "channeled" to FREDERICK SPENSER OLIVER (1866-1899) at his . The true author, according to Oliver, was Phylos the Thibetan, a spirit and one-time inhabitant of the lost continent of Atlantis.

A Dweller on Two Planets was "channeled" to FREDERICK SPENSER OLIVER (1866-1899) at his Northern California home near Mount Shasta over a period of three years, beginning when he was seventeen. Oliver claimed not to have written any of the text, asserting here that he was merely transmitting that which Phylos revealed to him. In fact, professed Oliver, the manuscript was dictated to him out of sequence (much of it backward) so that he could not interfere.

The preface states that it was written in California between 1884 and 1886 by Frederick S. Oliver under the spirit guidance of Phylos, who after many earthly lives now works in and from the higher realms.

A Dweller on Two Planets was "channeled" to FREDERICK SPENSER OLIVER (1866-1899) at his Northern . In this classic of new age and spiritual literature, Phylos describes in rich detail the culture, politics, architecture, and science of Atlantis, as well as its demise. He addresses karma and reincarnation, and predicts technological innovations in the 20th century that match and even exceed those of Atlantis.

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A Dweller on Two Planets or The Dividing of the Way is a book written by Frederick Spencer Oliver, who was born in 1866. It was not published until 1905, by his mother Mary Elizabeth Manley-Oliver, six years after Oliver's death in 1899.

A Dweller on Two Planets was "channeled" to FREDERICK SPENSER OLIVER (1866-1899) at his . The true author, according to Oliver, was Phylos the Thibeta.

A Dweller on Two Planets was finally published in 1905, by his mother Mary Elizabeth Manley-Oliver. The 1920 version was used as the basis for this etext, as it was printed more legibly.

DiWaintf of tli Way. P By. Pbylos the Thibetan. Retrospection: Phyris and Phylos scan their Atlantean lives - Lolix and Elizabeth. This 18 before the eoming of a new Heaven and a new Earth, in the which. CHAPTER IV 398. The decline of Atlantis during several thousand years. Thus the singular was indicated by the equivalent for "a^" the plural by i" feminine by "u," while the absenoe of this terminal indicated mascuhnity.

by Phylos the Thibetan (Author). The formatting was problematic. The book seems to have been scanned in, so there are weird gaps in the text between one paragraph and the next one, and a number of words were misinterpreted by the uploading software. For example, "modern" consistently appears as "modem". This is not really a big deal, as the eye almost always fills in the appropriate words.

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I read this book as part of my research into the legend of the lost continent of Atlantis which is bordering on an obsession for me right now. It's like I can feel Atlantis calling to me from across the centuries.

The writing style is very unusual. It contains many profound statements about Jesus Christ, the meaning of life, good and evil, etc.

To me the best parts were the descriptions of life on Atlantis. These include not only the advanced technology but also the underlying spiritual principles, social structure, criminal justice system, etc.. This information is presented in the form of a first person narrative meaning the author claims to have actually lived on Atlantis in a previous life.

We can call it 'technology' but it was more a knowledge of the fundamental forces of nature. Eventually the high priests in Atlantis (not everyone else) found they didn't need physical air planes and things like this to travel. They could project their bodies to other places. This was just the result of a more advanced understanding of those same mysterious 'night forces'.

Whether or not I actually believe everything stated in this book I would say no. I don't see how anyone could be living on the planet Venus in physical form. We know now that Venus is an uninhabitable, volcanic wasteland. If anyone is living there it's not in the physical form that we are familiar with.

However I do believe in Atlantis and the information presented here is consistent with the statements made by the American psychic Edgar Cayce who I do believe in.

I would say the author had a lot of knowledge about Atlantis and other arcane subjects and was some type of mystic or supernatural being.

Either that or he had done a lot of research in these areas and then constructed a very elaborate and detailed fictional story for some unknown reason.

In any case the story is consistent throughout and doesn't contradict itself. It all seems to make sense as far as how the sequence of events are described.

My own conclusion is this book contains real events and facts about Atlantis which are then embellished to create an interesting fictional story.

Or possibly the author himself really believes it but he himself was deceived by some weird spirit guides.

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This is compelling - You will not want to lay down "Dweller." (I finished the 400+ pages in 2 days.)
In the search for spiritual quenching, one could be easily swayed by the philosophies of man and of conniving spirits, or be edified in peace by the revealed truth of God. "Dweller" attempts to quench that thirst with richly colourful prose.
The imagination sparks with utopian visions when one hears the word "Atlantis." The seamless integration of God in a prospering culture is the ideal in which blessings may come to benefit all.
The narrated lead is a youth who grows up to achieve his once high ambitions, but makes a grave mistake that puts his worldly successes in humbling perspective. The setting becomes richly developed with the descriptions of the land and his interactions with its people. The story is entertainingly written with many adventures to get lost in, including a trip in an aerial craft over the Americas thousands of years ago.
An antediluvian civilization once in a state of peace and technological blessings digresses into all manners of wickedness. This degenerated age was an exemplary reason for Noah's Flood. Unless revealed truth is constantly center to our hearts, we will not prosper in the land, and 'utopia' will seem an impossible vision.
As much as "Dweller" proclaims walking in the Light of Jesus Christ, this simplicity is however distorted in its presentation, causing the undiscerning carnal mind to consider believing that which The Son of God did not teach, nor will; for the fullness of his Gospel has already been restored to the earth. Those that know Him know that not all spirits are of God, and that fallen angels do practice to deceive.
If it wasn't abundantly evident hitherto, Book 2 Chapter III contains a notable reference revealing the masked agenda of the book that ironically contradicts its own message. The closing lines also spell out the agenda to those with an ear that can hear--That this writing is a deception that fronts thirsty readers by testifying of Jesus the Christ, while actually pointing them down that wide path to the father of all lies, The Son of the Morning.
This book offers the best illustration of the creation (in a huge way) of karma by one soul in the time of Atlantis, and the details of his subsequent lifetime(s) spent balancing that karma with that other soul.

The book is a tough read.

The first fifth of the book or so is very steep both in languaging and concepts offered.

I think this must act as a sort of "gateway" to weed out all but serious students, because the book as a whole is extremely esoteric.

After that first part, the book settles into a fascinating read.

The book is divided into three distinct books that take place in three distinct places and times.

The identity (soul) of the narrator is the common thread.

If you have read this book before, but not in some time, why not pick it up again and see what it has to say to you this time around?
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