The Glyph* Bhatteh.
in the volumes noticed herein. Those who wish further and private
instructions, and to obtain information, conditions, secrets, writings
etc., and who purpose to cultivate the esoteric and mystic powers of
the Soul, may correspond with that objed with the publisher hereof
— (or his official successor when dead')—who possesses certain
keys which open doors hitherto sealed from man, but which are
rcadv to swing wide when the proper •• Open Sesame " is spoken by
those worthy of admission.
Lastly. — "Canst thou minister to a mind diseased?"
Yes! by teaching that mind the nature and principles of its own
immortal powers, and the rules of their growth — not otherwise.
For centuries we have known what the world is just findino- out__
that all the multiple hells on earth originate in trouble, unease, of
the love, affections, and passions, or amatory sections of. human
nature ; and that Heaven cannot come till Shiloh does; in other
words, knowledge positive on the hidden regions of the mighty-
world called ALA.N. Hence this partial uplifting of the veil between
us and the people of the continents. MEN FALL AND DIE
THROUGH FEEBLENESS OF WILL! Women perish from
too much passion, none at all. and absolute, cruel love-starvation.
This we intend to correct. We shall succeed: for True Men
NEVER FAIL !
Conclusion: The Lymphication of Love. — I have already
herein called attention to the various secretions — normal — of the
human pelvic viscera, and named them lochia, exuvia-, semen,
Duverncyan lymph, prostatic and Cowperian fluids. I now call
attention to another, different from all and far more important than
either, and which is the only-one common to both sexes alike. I
refer to that colorless, viscid, glairy lymph, or exudation which is
onlv present under the most fierce and intense amative passion in
either man or woman. This lymph has been noticed by M.D.'s,
and regarded as a vaginal or prostatic secretion, but it is neither.
Thev sought for its point of issuance, but found it not. because, prior
to its escape, per vagina and male urethra, it is not a liquid at all ;
but the liquid is the resultant of the union of three imponderables.
just as common water is the result of the union of two gases and