A Epic of the Starry Heaven

TitleA Epic of the Starry Heaven
Year for Search1854
AuthorsHarris, Thomas L[ake](1823-1906)
Date Published1854
PublisherPartridge & Brittan
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Spiritualism. Various vaguely described eutopias in the solar system, including an Eden, a material paradise, and “The City of God’s Love”.  A poem supposed to have been spoken by Harris over fourteen days while in a trance. See also 1867 Harris, his The New Republic: A Discourse of the Prospects, Dangers, Duties and Safeties of the Times. Santa Rosa, CA: Fountain Grove Press, 1891; and his Brotherhood of the New Life. Its Fact, Law, Method and Purpose. Letters from Thomas Lake Harris, with passing reference to recent criticisms. 1.2 of the Fountaingrove Library. Santa Rosa, CA: Fountaingrove Press, T. L. Harris, Publisher, 1891.

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Author Note

Harris (1823-1906) was born in England and brought to the U. S. at age five. He founded a series of spiritualist intentional communities in the U. S.

Full Text

1854 Harris, Thomas L[ake] (1823-1906). A Epic of the Starry Heaven. New York: Partridge & Brittan. PSt

Spiritualism. Various vaguely described eutopias in the solar system, including an Eden, a material paradise, and “The City of God’s Love”.  A poem supposed to have been spoken by Harris over fourteen days while in a trance. See also 1867 Harris, his The New Republic: A Discourse of the Prospects, Dangers, Duties and Safeties of the Times. Santa Rosa, CA: Fountain Grove Press, 1891; and his Brotherhood of the New Life. Its Fact, Law, Method and Purpose. Letters from Thomas Lake Harris, with passing reference to recent criticisms. 1.2 of the Fountaingrove Library. Santa Rosa, CA: Fountaingrove Press, T. L. Harris, Publisher, 1891. Harris was born in England and brought to the U. S. at age five. He founded a series of spiritualist intentional communities in the U. S.