Kent's Aphorisms and Precepts

Kent's Aphorisms and Precepts

by James Tyler Kent

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1. Truth, on every plane, is a sword, that wounds deeply; and blood flows freely.

2. The more idols a man has the less able is he to receive truth. He is sick.

3. You cannot divorce Medicine and Theology. Man exists all the way down, from his innermost Spiritual, to his outermost Natural.

4. A truth, on any plane, presented to different men, is accepted or rejected by each according to the good or evil of his mind.

5. The external man is but an outward expression of the internal; so the results of disease (symptoms) are but the outward expression of the internal sickness.


451. The Homoeopathic physician must continue to study in the science and in the art before he can become expert. This will grow in him until he becomes increasingly astute and he will grow stronger and wiser in his selections for sick people.

452. The wisest will make mistakes in perception, but the aim must ever be to find the most similar of any medicines proved, and to recognize that there is one most similar of all.

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BN ID: 2940013252349
Publisher: Nanopathy
Publication date: 10/30/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 35 KB

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