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The everlastingness of intelligent life ought to be regarded as the result of the harmonious succession of sidereal incarnations.
MYSTERIOUS PSYCHIC FORCESCAMILLE FLAMMARION
Once the view is taken it is immediately invested with everlastingness.
THE MYSTERY OF SPACEROBERT T. BROWNE
The fluttering of her brave yet frightened spirit ceased, aware with awe of its own everlastingness.
DAY AND NIGHT STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
He was entitled 'Eternity and Everlastingness,' and he it was who made men and women to be born again.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF ANCIENT EGYPTLEWIS SPENCE
But Christianity does not leave such 'shoots of everlastingness' wholly unexplained or unprovided for.
LUX MUNDIVARIOUS
Hail, thou divine youth, thou heir of everlastingness, thou self-begotten One!
EGYPTIAN IDEAS OF THE FUTURE LIFEE. A. WALLIS BUDGE
What makes them necessary, and who can prove their everlastingness?
JUDGES AND RUTHROBERT A. WATSON
She was especially delighted with the "white celestial thought," and the "bright shoots of everlastingness."
THE SEABOARD PARISH VOL. 2GEORGE MACDONALD
Their hearts are at peace, inasmuch as they behold thee, O thou who art Eternity and Everlastingness.
THE LITERATURE OF THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANSE. A. WALLIS BUDGE
The quality of the Eternal Life alone makes the heaven; mere everlastingness might be no boon.
NATURAL LAW IN THE SPIRITUAL WORLDHENRY DRUMMOND
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