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. The living monument, in parts, with some compositions in rhymes of liberal thoughts of past and future events, to lovers of light and liberty. t when crossing bay,Once more to meet beloved ones dear, Where toils nor pains will not be known. Where thistles thorns will not be sown. Sweet thought indeed, of meeting place.Beyond these clouds a place in bloom, The joyous sights will all amaze. By meeting dears in that sweet home, For stormy seas need no more fears. Once on that shore we shed no tears. Mysts appear of existence beyond.To Human Souls thru Earthly birth. New mornings birth mysteriou

. The living monument, in parts, with some compositions in rhymes of liberal thoughts of past and future events, to lovers of light and liberty. t when crossing bay,Once more to meet beloved ones dear, Where toils nor pains will not be known. Where thistles thorns will not be sown. Sweet thought indeed, of meeting place.Beyond these clouds a place in bloom, The joyous sights will all amaze. By meeting dears in that sweet home, For stormy seas need no more fears. Once on that shore we shed no tears. Mysts appear of existence beyond.To Human Souls thru Earthly birth. New mornings birth mysteriou Stock Photo
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. The living monument, in parts, with some compositions in rhymes of liberal thoughts of past and future events, to lovers of light and liberty. t when crossing bay,Once more to meet beloved ones dear, Where toils nor pains will not be known. Where thistles thorns will not be sown. Sweet thought indeed, of meeting place.Beyond these clouds a place in bloom, The joyous sights will all amaze. By meeting dears in that sweet home, For stormy seas need no more fears. Once on that shore we shed no tears. Mysts appear of existence beyond.To Human Souls thru Earthly birth. New mornings birth mysterious sound,Alike mysterious dwells on Earth, Surprised we twist around and turn. Strange home of flesh with hearts that burn. Flesh an instrument in demand. Grip of control by mind or soul.Driving nail with hammer in hand. The human mind controls the tool,Established fact same myst with soundAlike mysterious home beyond. Thou unknown friend of toil or strain,Bear this in mind on sea and land, When ripened stands for journeys trainAt final night with outstretched hand, Be welcomed sweet from Earthly gloom To other side in Home, Sweet Home. 75. The sealed document describes about Satan and Divines in rhymesit numbers two hundred and twenty-five verses with twelve thousandone hundred and fifty Syllables. It comprises tales about Satan and Divines, toils for centuries, in-cluding the dark ages when the Burning took place of witches andHeretics with other innocent beings for not believing in dogmaticdoctrines and were subjected to terrible tortures before their deaths. It includes tales of spooks and witchcrafts. Witches Sabbath ofthe yearly meetings of the Devils and witches on Brocken on HartzMountain and also specific in details of the burning of Michael Servitusand Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orleans with forty illustrations of differ-ent events. Also liberal thoughts and facts about religion and science. It is partly extracted from different cyclopedias and other AncientRecords. The