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Page, Thomas Frederick
The Golden fleece
A BOOK OF
THOMAS FREDERICK PAGE
LACONIA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, U.S.A.
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1888, by T. F. Page, in the
office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.
ROCKWELL AND CHURCHILL,
Face and reface ; the two ways of reading language from one
print. The face of language, is as divided into syllables and
words with one straight meaning, as man makes use of it in
framins: laws and transactino: business.
Language has to have in it one exact meaning on its face, so
man can read of what is taking place in the history of the earth
and its inhabitants : any deviation from this, will result in never
When language is analyzed, a deeper meaning is seen, which
leads to a higher knowledge of the law of God, and of his deal-
ing with man in that law. Beneath the face of language lays the
Hebraic law, always and forever the same.
All names in pagan mythology are woven together in this
w^ork, and herein is found the method of reading the same ac-
cording to the Jews of antiquity ; also the way of approaching
the interpretation of sculpture as seen in ruins and remnants of
T. F. PAGE.
Laconia, Belknap Co., New Hampshire, U.S.A.
Hebrew is to be extracted from any and all languages of the
earth, and can never run out.
Every letter and utterance in language, has a meaning other
than man considers as he makes use of the same in the trans-
action of business. They all have a high meaning in the great
temple of nature, and there they are God's law as revealed to
Letters are all syllables of themselves, and can be spelled by
adding H, E, A, V, to each, and doubling V and putting Y with A
U is a clean letter of itself, and its connection with all others
is to spell it Y, 0, U. As Y