Table of contents for The akashic light : religion's common thread / by T. Lee Baumann.

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Table of Contents:
Preface 
Chapter 1	The History and Supernatural Significance of Light
Visible Light
Non-Vvisible Light
Niels Finsen
The Ubiquitous Nature of Light
Light's The Relation of Light to the Akasha
The Three Omni's of Light
Light's The Consciousness of Light
Chapter 2	Religion
Chapter 3	Enlightenment
Chapter 4	Christianity
Chapter 5	Islam
Islamic Observances
Chapter 6	Hinduism
Chapter 7	Secular
Chapter 8	Buddhism
Chapter 9	Chinese Traditional
Taoism
Confucianism
Chapter 10	Primal-Indigenous, and African Traditional and Diasporic
Chapter 11	Sikhism
Chapter 12	Juche
Chapter 13	Judaism 
Alpha and Omega
Chapter 14	Spiritism
Free Will
Chapter 15	Religions of Less Fewer than 15 Million
Ainu Shamanism
Baha'i 
Jainism
Shinto
Cao Dai
Tenrikyo
Neo-Paganism
Unitarian-Universalism
Rastafarianism
Scientology
Zoroastrianism
Mithraism
Miscellaneous
Chapter 16	Past Cultures of Sun Worship
The Egyptians
The Ancient Civilizations of Central America
The Mayans
The Aztecs
The Inca Civilization of South America
The Native American Indians
Chapter 17	Books of the Dead
The Egyptian Book of the Dead
The Tibetan Book of the Dead
Chapter 18	Conclusions
Endnotes
Suggested Readings and Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Light -- Religious aspects.
Religions.