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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
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Light -- Religious aspects.