Palingenesia; or, The Earth's New Birth

TitlePalingenesia; or, The Earth's New Birth
Year for Search1884
Authors[Ouseley], [Rev.] [Gideon Jasper Richard](1875-1906)
Tertiary AuthorsTheosopho and Ellora, [pseud.]
Volume / Edition2 vols.
Date Published1884
PublisherHay Nisbet
Place PublishedGlasgow, Scot.
KeywordsIrish author, Male author
Annotation

An extremely detailed eutopian picture of the City Four Square from Revelation 21:16. The text is represented as having been seen in three separate visions and parts in dreams and visions while apparently asleep.

Additional Publishers

The second volume has Palengenesia Diagrams on the cover and is composed of numerous fold-out plates and diagrams and, at the end, a few pages of designs for an altar and its furnishings. The first volume includes a list of the pages to which the material in the second volume refers.

Illustration

The second volume has Palengenesia Diagrams on the cover and is composed of numerous fold-out plates and diagrams and, at the end, a few pages of designs for an altar and its furnishings. The first volume includes a list of the pages to which the material in the second volume refers.

Pseudonym

Theosopho and Ellora [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

L, PSt

Author Note

The Irish author (1875-1906) was born in Portugal. He was a priest in the Roman Catholic Church, which he left, and the Catholic Apostolic Church, which expelled him. He campaigned against alcohol, meat-eating, tobacco and as a vegetarian.

Full Text

1884 [Ouseley, Rev. Gideon Jasper Richard] (1875-1906). Palingenesia; or, The Earth’s New Birth. By Theosopho and Ellora [pseud.]. 2 vols. Glasgow, Scot.: Hay Nisbet. The second volume has Palengenesia Diagrams on the cover and is composed of numerous fold-out plates and diagrams and, at the end, a few pages of designs for an altar and its furnishings. The first volume includes a list of the pages to which the material in the second volume refers. L, PSt

An extremely detailed eutopian picture of the City Four Square from Revelation 21:16. The text is represented as having been seen in three separate visions and parts in dreams and visions while apparently asleep. The Irish author was born in Portugal. He was a priest in the Roman Catholic Church, which he left, and the Catholic Apostolic Church, which expelled him. He campaigned against alcohol, meat-eating, tobacco and as a vegetarian.