Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . into beautifulproportions, as these are the foundation of all the attribute.^!of the soul. By the eyes we see the germ of a futureexistence; they are as a camera, or negative, which givesthe expression of the future body or mind which encasesthe soul. We see by the various shapes and expressionsin the eyes, the results in the mind and soul, and by tracingback those looks, we learn of the soul and its powers. The

Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . into beautifulproportions, as these are the foundation of all the attribute.^!of the soul. By the eyes we see the germ of a futureexistence; they are as a camera, or negative, which givesthe expression of the future body or mind which encasesthe soul. We see by the various shapes and expressionsin the eyes, the results in the mind and soul, and by tracingback those looks, we learn of the soul and its powers. The Stock Photo
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Nature's revelations of character; or, physiognomy illustratedA description of the mental, moral and volitive dispositions of mankind, as manifested in the human form and countenance . into beautifulproportions, as these are the foundation of all the attribute.^!of the soul. By the eyes we see the germ of a futureexistence; they are as a camera, or negative, which givesthe expression of the future body or mind which encasesthe soul. We see by the various shapes and expressionsin the eyes, the results in the mind and soul, and by tracingback those looks, we learn of the soul and its powers. Theeyes are the organs through which most spiritual impres-sions are received. The other senses obtain it by contact, while the eyes are the principal media that give impressions THE ORIGIN OP MIND AND BODY. i)T. to the mind of the external relation and soul of ihlrir., because they are connected with the whole universe of soul.The various faculties and powers of man wiJl iie, being seen only in a diminutives «nditionhere; yet Various degrees of mind and soui i^iay he recog-nized in their greater or less development in the personswho possess them.. 2o PERFECTION OF CHARACTER. Could we rear children in such manner as to elevate thestandard of mankind, would it not be a thought and workworthy even of saints? If drunken husbands beget imbecile children (which isnow an acceded fact), then sober husbands, with cool blood, are surely the most likely to produce offspring composmentis, and having all their faculties developed in a higherdegree of perfection than the offspring of the former class.Then if, as it appears to us to be no less an undoubtedfact, the state of the parent is transmitted to the child, influencing and controlling his or her actions for a lifetime, why not observe those laws of sobriety and morality, andlive by them to the good of unborn generations? What would not many give to have a handsome face?A beautiful face is a good recommendation to most persons;yet there is a b

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