by J. Edward Mercer
Publisher: George Allen & Co 1913
Number of pages: 258
The subject of this book is Nature Mysticism. The phenomena of "nature" are to be studied in their mystical aspects. The wide term Mysticism is used because in spite of many misleading associations it is hard to replace.
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