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Physiological correspondences by John Worcester

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Published by Massachusetts New-church union in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Doctrine of Correspondences

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Edition Notes

ContributionsMassachusetts New church union, Boston
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX8727 .W6
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 432 p.
Number of Pages432
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25358446M
LC Control Number38024307

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It is their duty to observe and perceive and record all things in the state of all parts of the Greatest Man that have relation or correspondence with the senses,—the quality of new spirits, as perceived through the angels of the tongue and the nose; the quality of the lives of men on the earth also, as perceived through smell and sight and. Physiological Correspondences is a guided tour through the human body from a spiritual perspective. Using the system of "correspondences," or living symbolism taught by Emanuel Swedenborg (), the Swedish scientist, philosopher, and spiritual seer, the Rev. John Worcester explains the spiritual meaning of the various parts of the human body.5/5. The nails are of hair-like structure, protecting and stiffening the ends of the fingers. They have a correspondence with literal truths or precepts concerning the uses to be done, held not intelligently, but resolutely and inflexibly thus for the support of those who are sensitive and yielding. Physiology Extracellular and Intracellular Fluids • Approximately 60% of the human body is fluid • An aqueous solution containing ions, small molecules, proteins, sugars, and macromolecules • Two thirds of the fluid is retained within cells – Intracellular • Intracellular fluid contains large amounts of potassium, magnesium, and.

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