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nfm. The undersigned first became personally acquainted in April,
1852. They had both been engaged in the investigation of spiritual
intercourse, and they occasionally met at circles during the
ensuing summer. But in the spring of 1853, after the Judge's return
from an absence from the country of nearly four months, they met
again, and agreed to conduct their investigations together, and
with renewed energy. Accordingly a circle was formed to meet at Dr.
Dexter's house, consisting of Dr. and Mrs. Dexter, Mr. Owen Ge.
Warren, author of " Supernal Theology," and Judge Edmonds. All of
them were more or less developed as mediums, though the
communications were mostly through the Doctor, as the best
developed. After a while, Mr. and Mrs. S. were added to the circle,
she being developed as a most excellent speaking medium. The circle
met twice a week at the Doctor's house, and communications were
received, which are given in this book. But it was soon apparent
that others were to be received, and every evening that the Doctor
visited the Judge at his residence, they were received. Most of
those also are given in the book, those only being omitted which
were not of general interest. They purported to comeprincipally
from Sweedenborg and Lord Bacon, though occasionally some others
would write through the Doctor's hand, and more frequently speak
through Mrs. S. It was not originally the purpose of the
undersigned to publish a book, nor were they aware that a regular
plan of teaching through two prominent spirits was to be pursued.
But as it had been Judge Edmonds' habit to keep minutes of his
investigations, and write them out in full, he did so in this
instance; but he supposed he was writing them for his own use, and
to be incorporated in his other records, and he therefore ...
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