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War Letters From The Living Dead Man


Introduction

LETTER

 I.

The Return of "X"
II. A Dweller on the Threshold
III. An Assurance
IV. The Way of Understanding
V. Astral Monsters
VI. The Archduke
VII. The "Chosen People"
VIII. Spectres of the Congo
IX. Unseen Guardians
X. One Day as a Thousand Years
XI. Many Tongues
XII. The Beautiful Being
XIII. The Body of Humanity
XIV. The Foeman Within
XV. Listening in Brussels
XVI. The Sixth Race
XVII. An American on Guard
XVIII. A Master of Compassion
XIX. The Rose-Veiled Stranger
XX. Above the Battlefields
XXI. A Soul in Purgatory
XXII. Peace Propaganda
XXIII. The Mystery of Desire
XXIV. The Scales of Justice
XXV. For Love's Sake
XXVI. A Master of Mind
XXVII. Invisible Enemies
XXVIII. The Glory of War
XXIX. A Friend of "X"
XXX. The Rose and the Cross
XXXI. A Serbian Magician
XXXII. Judas and Typhon
XXXIII. Crowns of Straw
XXXIV. The Sylph and the Father
XXXV. Behind the Dark Veil
XXXVI. The "Lusitania"
XXXVII. Veiled Prophecies
XXXVIII. Advice to a Scribe
XXXIX. One of These Little Ones
XL. The Height and the Depth
XLI. A Conclave of Masters
XLII. A Lesson in the Kabala
XLIII. The Second Coming
XLIV. Poison Gases
XLV. The Superman
XLVI. The Entering Wedge
XLVII. The New Brotherhood
XLVIII. In the Crucible
XLIX. Black Magic in America
L. Things to Remember


 

 

 

LETTER XXXVII

 

VEILED PROPHESIES

            If you were less easily startled, less easily thrown out of the negative condition in which only you can take down my words, less easily thrown back by shock into your normal objective consciousness, I could have told you yesterday that the Lusitania had gone down, instead of merely hinting at disaster.
            You are quite right always to stop the writing the moment your own brain begins to work; but you can see that it limits us in the giving of definite news.
            We were near that ship when it went down, several of us, including the one whom we call the Beautiful Being.
            Hold steady now. That is the only advice I am offering you, save only to remain in America for the present. The good you could do in England now is outweighed by something else which you will understand before the middle of August.*

            If you look up the letter in which I told you that a great being of thought had passed along the German line telling those who could understand that their cause was lost, you will see that I said to watch for the result. The result is this desperate and frenzied attack everywhere by that nation.
            May 15th is a significant date.** No, I tell you no more than that.
            The powers of good will not fail.
            You will have disturbing news from Europe before long. Hold quiet through everything. We have done and are doing our best.
            Thank you for what you have done for my friend and pupil. * * * Also there is another thing you can do for us. * * *
            There is much that you do not understand, but that we understand. The road of initiation is a hard road for all. Love one another, you who try to tread it. It makes the way easier. 

            May 8.

*Extraordinarily verified on the fourteenth of August.Editor

**Date of the reception by Germany of the United States note on the sinking of the Lusitania, and also of the demonstrations in Italy which precipitated the entry of that country into the war.Editor.

***[2ed. note] The three asterisks here note personal correspondence that was not published in the book. The above 2 footnotes are part of the book.

Letter XXXVIII

LETTER XXXVI