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The message fades out - ABDRUSHIN

The message fades out - ABDRUSHIN
Between 1932 and 1937, the Hlas publishing house published prédnášky by Abdrushin in the territory of the former Czechoslovakia in booklet editions, under the title "The Message Remains".

The Voice Publishing House in the preface informs the reader of Abdrushin's position that these lectures are intended for those who have accepted his Message. This meant, of course, the Grail Message, a large edition from 1932 (the German original Gralsbotschaft from 1931).

The only change in today's book form of "The Message Remains" compared to the pre-war paperback editions is that the current version was published in one binding - one book. Otherwise, there was no change in these lectures in terms of their order or their content. They remain today in their original form, exactly the same as they were in the 1930s - during Abdrushin's lifetime on Earth.
product ID
1000397
Product code
PE1000397ART
Weight
1,22 kg
Name of the book
Poselství doznívá
Author
Abdrushin
bond
hard binding
Language
Czech
Publisher
Hlas
Year of publication
1997
Book status
excellent condition - the book is like new
23.05,- $Price
out of stock
Between 1932 and 1937, the Hlas publishing house published prédnášky by Abdrushin in the territory of the former Czechoslovakia in booklet editions, under the title "The Message Remains".

The Voice Publishing House in the preface informs the reader of Abdrushin's position that these lectures are intended for those who have accepted his Message. This meant, of course, the Grail Message, a large edition from 1932 (the German original Gralsbotschaft from 1931).

The only change in today's book form of "The Message Remains" compared to the pre-war paperback editions is that the current version was published in one binding - one book. Otherwise, there was no change in these lectures in terms of their order or their content. They remain today in their original form, exactly the same as they were in the 1930s - during Abdrushin's lifetime on Earth.
 
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