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"The churches and the laboratories have sought mammon. They tried to make themselves believe that they were searching for God, and sometimes they succeeded in making others believe it, also. If they had truly and humbly sought, they would have found that which they sought. Does the Almighty make a promise and not keep it? The Bible, the Kaballah, the Vedas, and ancient cuneiform tablets, torn from their hiding places in the heart of Mother Nature, all hold the key to the wisdom of the ages; and some there are who have turned the key and the door to understanding has opened. The author of this work has found the key and he has turned it. Erect and unafraid for he has nothing to lose or gain he reverently offers you that which you are seeking. He does not claim to be the only one who has discovered the key, but, working along the lines hinted at by some modern and many ancient seekers, he hereby presents the results of his many years of scientific research."

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Table of Contents

DEDICATION

INTRODUCTION

FOREWORD

PART ONE - THE WONDERS OF THE HUMAN BODY

PART TWO - PHYSICAL REGENERATION

 

 

 

 

 

The wonders of the human body

 

George W. Carey

 

 

 

 

 

First digital edition 2018 by Anna Ruggieri

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEDICATION

To THE SPIRIT OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; To THE THREE GREAT PILOTS, GEORGE WASHINGTON, ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND WOODROW WILSON; To THE NOBLE, BRAVE AMERICAN SOLDIERS WHO ARE UPHOLDING WORLD-DEMOCRACY ON THE BATTLEFIELDS OF EUROPE J AND To THE SELF-SACRIFICING WOMEN THE MOTHERS OF AMERICA WHO STAND BEFORE ALMIGHTY GOD AND GIVE ALL THEY HAVE TO TRANSMIT TO POSTERITY A WORLD FREE AND REDEEMED FROM AUTOCRACY THIS BOOK IS REVERENTLY DEDICATED.

INTRODUCTION

 

HE days of speculative philosophy have ended. One by one, those who have been blind are commencing to see; ears that were deaf are beginning to hear, and more and more people are recognizing the importance and the significance of the ancient command, "Man, know thyself." Hungry to learn, the earnest investigator, with eager intellect and open, unbiased mind, knocks at the door of the sanctuary and asks: 'Where is the Kingdom of Heaven?" "What is salvation?" "How can I be saved?" The answers hitherto given are indefinite and vague. The laboratory door opens and a Professor greets the anxious enquirer. "I cannot explain to you the mysteries of life here," he said, "or that of the life hereafter, if, indeed, we live hereafter. We hold certain theories and can tell you somewhat of the composition of your body; but we know not where the Kingdom of Heaven is, nor the actual process by which salvation may be attained." And thus neither the church nor the laboratory have solved the age-long problem. They have blazed no trail to the Kingdom of Heaven; neither have they analyzed soulstuff, or located the Holy of Holies. Is there, then, any solution to these problems ? Where can the Kingdom be found? And if found, anywhere, why has not the church and the laboratory discovered it? The church could have found it. The laboratory could have found it. "Seek and ye shall find"; "Knock and it shall be opened unto you". The church has not sought God; neither has the laboratory. The churches and the laboratories have sought mammon. They tried to make themselves believe that they were searching for God, and sometimes they succeeded in making others believe it, also. If they had truly and humbly sought, they would have found that which they sought. Does the Almighty make a promise and not keep it? The Bible, the Kaballah, the Vedas, and ancient cuneiform tablets, torn from their hiding places in the heart of Mother Nature, all hold the key to the wisdom of the ages ; and some there are who have turned the key and the door to understanding has opened. The author of this work has found the key and he has turned it. Erect and unafraid for he has nothing to lose or gain he reverently offers you that which you are seeking. He does not claim to be the only one who has discovered the key, but, working along the lines hinted at by some modern and many ancient seekers, he hereby presents the results of his many years of scientific research. He shows that the correct translations of the Greek and Hebrew scriptures plainly state that all the allegories and fables of these works refer to actual physiological facts; and the statements "Seek ye first the Kingdom of Heaven and all things shall be added unto you"; "The Kingdom of Heaven is within you", and "Be ye therefore perfect as your Father in Heaven is perfect" can be physiologically and chemically explained.

 

INEZ E. PERRY.

FOREWORD

 

June 1st, 1917, Dr. Carey published the Tree of Life, a book on the marvels of the human body and physical regeneration as taught in Greek and Hebrew texts, from which the English Bible was translated. The book aroused such intense interest that the edition was virtually sold out in less than a year. The Wonders of the Human Body may be termed “an enlarged edition of the Tree of Life", containing more than double the amount of information. Many more Bible witnesses have been called to the stand, than were heard in the Tree of Life, to testify to the truths of Scripture and to indubitably prove that the Greek and Hebrew writings were based in the truths of chemistry and physiology. This book was not compiled for the purpose of antagonizing so-called Christians. It was written to prove the truths of the fables, parables and splendid allegories, such as the book of Job and Revelations, with a firm faith that truth will triumph and at last lead the world to Peace.

 

THE AUTHOR. Los Angeles, California, September 7, 1918.

PART ONE - THE WONDERS OF THE HUMAN BODY