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The members of this Society should, therefore, be banded together for the accomplishment of this purpose just as members of fraternal organizations are seeking to bring to pass the altruistic principles for which they stand.
Of Ely's many arresting claims, perhaps none stands out more than this: "Christianity is primarily concerned with this world, and it is the mission of Christianity to bring to pass here a kingdom of righteousness .
Apparently, he will bring to pass one of the key prophecies of that old con artist Nostradamus, who in 1503 is said to have warned: "From the calm morning, the end will come, / When of the dancing horse / the number of circles will be nine.