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CLAIRVOYANCE: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

Absolute Time
Analogies On The Physical Plane
Degrees Of Clairvoyant Vision
Future Time Clairvoyance
Involuntary Clairvoyance
Methods Of Development
Microscopic Vision
Other Historical Instances
Past Time Clairvoyance
Present Clairvoyance
Radio-activity
Reading The Light Waves
Seeing What Has Not Yet Happened
Sensing The Higher Vibrations
Simple Prevision
Space Clairvoyance
The Akashic Plane
The Akashic Records
The Auric Colors
The Beginning Of The Prophecy
The Dinner Of The Elect
The Eternal Now
The Fall Of The Great
The Fate Of Royalty
The Fulfillment Of The Prophecy
The Human Aura
The Illuminatus
The Memory Of Nature
The Mystery Of Seeing The Past
The Nature Of Time
The Occult Hypothesis
The Oriental Teaching
The Prana Aura
The Prophecy Of Cazotte
The Psychic Telescope
The Shadow Of The Guillotine
The X-ray Sense
Thought Forms
Thousand-year-old Light
Time Clairvoyance
Viewing Distant Scenes



The Shadow Of The Guillotine








"Cazotte went on: 'You, Monsieur de Nicolai, you will die on the
scaffold; you, Monsieur Bailly, on the scaffold; you, Monsieur de
Malesherbes, on the scaffold.' 'Ah, God be thanked,' exclaimed Roucherm,
'and what of I?' Cazotte replied: 'You! you also will die on the
scaffold.' 'Yes,' replied Chamfort, 'but when will all this happen?'
Cazotte answered: 'Six years will not pass over, before all that I have
said to you shall be accomplished.' Here I (La Harpe) spoke, saying:
'Here are some astonishing miracles, but you have not included me in
your list.' Cazotte answered me, saying: 'But you will be there, as an
equally extraordinary miracle; you will then be a Christian!' Vehement
exclamations on all sides followed this startling assertion. 'Ah!' said
Chamfort, 'I am comforted; for if we perish only when La Harpe shall be
a Christian, we are immortal!'





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