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  Shalam Colony - Faithists Today
The work of the Faithists did not end when Shalam was closed in 1901.
It was in Los Angeles that Wing Anderson met the Faithists.
The Faithist Journal was published in Kingman, Arizona; and the Kosmon Voice, which was originally put out in Salt Lake City, but has moved to Nebraska.
archives.nmsu.edu /exhibits/shalam2/shalam5.html   (161 words)

  
 Oahspe
Newbrough was a dentist who lived in the Boston, Massachusetts area.
Oahspe is the sacred text of a small religious denomination that now calls itself the Faithists of Kosmon; the sect still exists, though the number of its members are dwarfed by the followers of other, less original, nineteenth century alternative Scriptures.
Oahspe: A Kosmon Bible in the Words of Jehovih and his Angel Embassadors
www.guajara.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/o/oa/oahspe.html   (717 words)

  
 THE ORIGIN OF OAHSPE
Half a century later in 1936 the Kosmon Press in California acquired a number of sheets of this imprint (including two important pages which for some reason were not included therein) and issued a new edition, which is now obtainable in America and England.
THE CONFRATERNITY OF FAITHISTS AND THE KOSMON CHURCH A brief explanation of Faithist Aims and Ideals.
Issued for the Confraternity of Faithists by the Kosmon Press, 39, Chestnut Road, IT.
www.sacred-texts.com /oah/pamphlet.htm   (1694 words)

  
 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Oahspe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Oahspe: A Kosmon Bible in the Words of Jehovih and his Angel Embassadors (sic) is a book announcing new revelations from God, which was produced by John Ballou Newbrough (1828-1891) by automatic writing, and which was first published by Newbrough in 1882.
--- From The Book of Jehovih, chapter II Oahspe is available in a current edition printed by the Universal Faithists of Kosmon, CO. USA; and as an e-text now in the public domain.
Oahspe is a text studied by an unknown number of individuals as well as a small religious denomination that now calls itself the Faithists of Kosmon; the sect still exists, though the number of its members are dwarfed by the followers of other, less original, nineteenth century alternative Scriptures.
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Oahspe   (1195 words)

  
 Shalam Colony - Bibliography
Martin examines what he calls "probably one of the strangest cases ever to appear before a Supreme Court in the United States," the suit of Jesse M. Ellis against the Faithist community for the sum of $10,000.
The emphasis is on Faithist belief - its foundation in Oahspe and its application to the raising of children at Shalam Colony.
Poldervaart summarizes the facts leading to the Ellis lawsuit against the Faithists, and states that the opinion "stands today as a leading case on the legal doctrine of estoppel."
archives.nmsu.edu /exhibits/shalam2/shalam7.html   (3582 words)

  
 Oahspe Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The Faithists do not consider Oahspe the literal truth; instead they find inspiration in its many ethical and spiritual passages.
Oahspe, A Kosmon Bible in the Words of Jehovih and his Angel Embassadors by John Ballou Newbrough.
The Origin of Oahspe, "Issued for the Confraternity of Faithists by the Kosmon Press" [date unknown]
theology101.org /oah   (238 words)

  
 Oahspe Is Only Of The Earth, Not Sky Or Spirit. It Has No Love Or Soul Understanding Of The True Infinite Creator.
Kosmon is really Kadmon and Es is (S) for Soph (Hebrew) Sophia—Sophism.
There are two Universal Faithists of Kosmon non profit Organizations in U.S.A. promoting non Faithist tenets of Priesthood and Initiations as well as a few small old groups.
We offer this advice as their literature and information may not always be in accord with spiritual commonsense or, the Light of this KADMON (Kosmon?) era, or the truthful sections of OAHSPE.
www.oahspe.com /oahspeneg.html   (4455 words)

  
 Oahspe A Kosmon Bible in the Words of Jehovih and...
"Oahspe: A Kosmon Bible in the Words of Jehovih and his Angel Embassadors" (sic sic) is a book announcing new revelations from God, which was produced by John Ballou Newbrough John Ballou Newbrough (1828 1828-1891 1891) by automatic writing automatic writing, and which was first published by Newbrough in 1882 1882.
Newbrough was a dentist dentist who lived in the Boston, Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts area.
"Oahspe" is the sacred text sacred text of a small religious denomination religious denomination that now calls itself the Faithists of Kosmon Faithists of Kosmon; the sect still exists, though the number of its members are dwarfed by the followers of other, less original, nineteenth century alternative Scriptures
www.biodatabase.de /Oahspe   (799 words)

  
 Oahspe Index   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
This is the text of a very rare short pamphlet about Oahspe which was written by the Faithist organization.
The text was scanned by Joe Hirst and donated to Religious Text.
For another etext of Oahspe and links to other Faithist sites, see this site.
allstarz.hollywood.com /religioustext/oah/index.htm   (283 words)

  
 Oahspe Resources: Publishers of Periodicals
Kosmon Voice 2: now being published by Kosmon Publishing, Inc.
Back Kosmon Voice I Issues Available, last five issues: 1 Free and others $.60 (for cost of U.S. Postage) Send Email with Address for reply.
Kosmon Unity: back issues available at kosmon@mccooknet.com $1.75 each.
oahsperesources.mccooknet.com /PublishersofPeriodicals   (147 words)

  
 Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Kosmon Voice 2; this magazine covers many things from spirituality, to health matters---things you don't find anywhere else.
Kosmon Publishing, Inc., PO Drawer 4670 Hualpai, Arizona 86412-4670 Subscription---$15 U.S.A.; $35 US for Canada and foreign per year
Universal Faithist of Kosmon; This group has a large supply of all types of material, books, pamphlets, things you will find no where else, too much to list here.
www.societyoftheonealllight.com /resources.htm   (1123 words)

  
 OAHSPE LINKS
Download an 1882 Edition of OAHSPE in Adobe Reader Format
A Recognised, Registered Church for Faithists in Jehovih
World map in OAHSPE and where Pan was located 24,000 years ago
www.angelfire.com /in2/oahspe/links.html   (58 words)

  
 Jerry Stokes Religions List2
OAHSPE, John Newbrough: A 921 page “Scripture” written in 1881 by John B. Newbrough, a psychic and spiritualist who was allegedly gifted in ESP. OAHSPE is translated “sky, earth, spirit.” See Universal Faithists of Kosmon.
Universal Christian Movement, Glencoe, IL: God is Power, uses Mind Power for healing; all humans are God.
Universal Faithists of Kosmon, George Morley: Occult, karma, “at-one-ment” with the All Highest, channeling.
churches.net /churches/utmiss/Religionsectlists/Watchmanlistmtoz.html   (13903 words)

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