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Isaiah, 11. 4. And He shall smite the human opinion with

his correcting word, and with his instructions shall he slay the evil spirit of

the wicked. 9. Their errors shall not hurt nor destroy in all

the high and religious spirit that is my holy dwelling: for the soul shall be full of

the knowledge of the Lord. 12. 5. Sing unto the Lord; for He hath done ex

cellent things (in the heart;) this is known

in every soul. 13. 5. To destroy the whole of the human know

ledge (in man). 9. Behold, the light of the Lord cometh (into

the soul) cruel both with wrath and fierce anger (against every evil spirit therein,) to lay the opinion of oneself or the natural philosophy desolate; and He shall destroy the perverse knowledge of the sinners

thereof out of it. 11. And my justice shall punish the spirit of the

world (in them) for their evil, and the wicked souls for their iniquity; and my mercy shall cause the arrogancy of the proud souls to cease (in them), and shall lay low the haughty opinion of the terrible souls: (terrible by their dangerous

errors.) 14. 7. Every soul is at rest and is quiet: they break

forth into singing. 16. Is this the man whose perverse spirit or know

ledge made the human heart to tremble; that did shake the souls that were governed


by the opinion of oneself (instead of faith

in God)? Isaiah, 14. 26. This is the purpose that is purposed upon the

whole human system; and this is the decree that is stretched out upon all the souls

that know not God. 24. 1. Behold, the Lord maketh the human mind

or system empty of knowledge, and maketh it waste; and turneth its knowledge upside down, and scattereth into various opinions

the souls that inhabit it. 4. The human mind mourneth and fadeth away;

the philosophical knowledge languisheth and fadeth away; the haughty souls that

dwell in the human opinion do languish. 5. The human system is also defiled in the souls

that inhabit it, because they have trans

gressed the laws. 6. Therefore hath error devoured the knowledge

of good and evil in them), and the souls

that dwell therein are desolate. 19. The human system is utterly broken down,

is dissolved, is moved exceedingly. 26. 9. With my soul have I desired thy law, when

I was in the human state: yea, with my spirit within me will I seek thy wisdom early: for when thy judgements, or decrees, are in the heart, the souls that inhabit the spirit of the world will learn righteous

ness. 10. Let good knowledge be shown to the wick

ed soul, yet she will not learn righteousness: in the knowledge of uprightness she will deal unjustly, and will not behold the

majesty of the Spirit of the Lord. Isaiah, 26. 18. Our prophesying, or our teaching, hath not

wrought any deliverance in the human mind: neither have the opinions of the souls that inhabit the philosophical spirit

fallen. 21. The spirit of the earth also shall disclose her

strong human opinion, and shall no more be a shield or a cloak to the souls which

she slains. 27. 6. The knowledge of Israel shall blossom and

bud, and fill the philosophical minds with

good instructions. 34. 1. Come near, ye philosophical minds, to hear;

and hearken, ye souls: let the human mind hear, and all that is therein; the philosophical spirit, and all the spirits that

come forth of it. 36. 10. And is my spirit now come up without the

will, or without the help, of the Lord against this philosophy to destroy it? The Lord said unto me, Go up against this

wrong system, and destroy it. 18. Hath any of the spirits that are the gods or

rulers of the nations delivered his system out of the knowledge or power of the King

of Assyria? 37. 20. Save our souls from his human wisdom, that

all the souls that are ruled by human notions may know that thou art the Lord, thou

only. 40. 23. He maketh the knowledge of the judges of

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the human opinion, or of good and evil, as

vanity. 41. 9. Thou, whose soul I have taken from the ex

tremities of the human knowledge, and called from the philosophy of the chief men thereof, and said unto her, thou art the servant of my will: I have chosen

thee, and not cast thee away. 42. 4. His spirit shall not fail nor be discouraged,

till he have set a right judgement in the

heart. 51. 4. 43. 6. Bring the strong souls whom I have begotten

in the knowledge of the truth, bring them from a far philosophy, and the weak souls to whom I have given life, from the remotest knowledges of the human

system. 44, 23. Shout, ye human minds that are but the

lower degrees of the human knowledge. 45. 8. Let the spiritual creatures pour down righ

teousness: let the soul open herself to receive it, and let their words bring forth salvation (into her), and let righteousness

spring up together in her. 22. Look unto my commandments, and be ye

saved, all souls that are in the most distant opinions of the natural philosophy: for

I am God, and there is none else. 51. 6. And the human knowledge shall wax old like

a garment, and the double knowledge of the souls that dwell in the opinion of oneself shall die in like manner; but the word that is my salvation shall be for ever.

Isaiah, 54. 5. The God of the whole soul shall He be

called. 57. 13. But the soul that puts her trust in me shall

possess the promised philosophy, and shall inherit my holy knowledge, or the high knowledge of the holy soul wherein I

dwell. 60. 2. For, behold, the darkness of error shall

cover the human mind, and gross darkness

the perverse souls. 62. 4. For the Lord delighteth in thy soul, and thy

human knowledge shall be united to a su

perior knowledge. 65. 17. For, behold, I create (within man) new spi

ritual knowledges, and a new philosophy; and the former shall not be remembered

by him, nor come into his mind. Jere. 2. 7. But when ye entered into that plentiful and

good philosophy, your errors defiled the true knowledge wherein my spirit dwelleth, and made the souls that are mine inheritage

an abomination. 6. 19. Hear, O soul, behold, I will bring evil upon

the mind of this people, even error the fruit of their thoughts, because they have not hearkened unto my words, nor to my

law, but rejected it. 22. And a nation, powerful in knowledge, shall

be raised from the two sides of the human philosophy; from the good and from the

bad. 9. 24. But let him that glorieth glory in this, that

he understandeth and knoweth me, that I am the Lord which exercise loving-kind

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