Astral Worship by J. H. Hill M.D.

By J. H. Hill M.D.

The traditional worship of the celebrities and the way it has carried over this present day into a number of the world's spiritual platforms. 128 pages five 0.5 x eight half comb binding.

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In conformity to this ordinance the founders of ancient Judaism enforced the observance of the seventh day Sabbath in the fourth commandment of the Decalogue, which, found in Gen. xx. 8−11,[1] reads as follows, viz: “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. ” Thus was the seventh day of the week made the Sabbath of the Old Testament; but the authors of the Jewish or ancient Christianity, looking for the immediate fulfillment of the prophecies relative to the second judgment, ignored its observance, as may be seen by reference to Mark ii.

Hence that obliging potentate, in the year 321, promulgated the memorable edict, which, THE SABBATH. , Title 12, Sec. : “Let all judges and all people of the towns rest and all the various trades be suspended on the venerable day of the Sun. ” Thus we see that the primary movement towards enforcing the observance of Sunday, or Lord's Day, as the Sabbath, did not originate in a Divine command, but in the edict of an earthly potentate. This edict was ratified at the third council of Orleans, in the year 538; and in order, “that the people might not be prevented from attending church, and saying their prayers,” a resolution was adopted at the same time recommending the observance of the day by all classes.

Andrew, from Rome to Britain, to convert the natives to Christianity; but, while the Anglo−Saxons embraced the new faith, the Britons rejected it, and, being persecuted by the Christians, retired to the fastnesses of the country known as Wales, where, for a long period, they maintained the observance of the Druidical form of worship; and although that country has long since become Christianized, the society of the Ancient Order of Druids has existed with an uninterrupted succession at Pout−y−prid, where the Arch−Druid resides, and from, whence emanated the charter of the Grand Lodge of the order in this country.

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