Livingston, Marjorie (ca. 1935)
British inspirational writer, psychic lecturer, and author of
several books received by clairaudience. Her first work, The
New Nuctrmeron, (1930) was claimed to have been inspired by
Apollonius of Tyana and to have expounded some remnants
of his teachings, the originals having been lost during the famous
burning of the Alexandrian Library. It was followed by
The Harmony of the Spheres (1931), The Elements of Heaven (1932),
and The Outline of Existence (1933), all containing new speculations,
after-death conditions, and the scheme of life in the universe.

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