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Published by Dorrance in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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Poetry and prose.

LC ClassificationsPS3563.A3197 S5
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p.
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5447774M
ISBN 100805915435
LC Control Number73145529

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  The Silver Cord is a full-length novel at 63, words. It can be read as a standalone. WARNING: The Silver Cord is intended for mature readers 18+. It contains graphic descriptions of sex and a mild trigger warning for rape and self-harm. ___ PRAISE FOR THE SILVER /5(32). The Silver Cord, a companion novel to The Silver Cage, travels back in time to tell the story of Caleb Bright and Jamie Foust. The ill-fated lovers meet as young boys and form a powerful, inseparable bond, which shapes their teenage years and forever alters their adulthoods/5. “The Silver Cord is an astonishing book at every level; the story, the graphics, and the production. Kevin Kelly’s creation of a new vision of the realms of angels, humans and their intersection is truly original and even grabbed a hard core atheist like me. A lot of people report seeing the silver cord attached to the head, but perhaps they are confusing this with the consciousness thread that is attached to the crown chakra. The function of the silver cord. The sole purpose of the silver cord, or life thread, is to provide the subtle and physical bodies with vital energy.

  The "silver cord" in the title of this book refers to an energy permanence that connects the soul's spiritual energy with the body's physical energy as long as the body is alive. Each human has a soul, which is an entity that consists of spiritual energy created by the Source and is part of the Source Itself. The soul lives forever.5/5(11). A double image to represent death, as in Ec , old age: (1) A lamp of frail material, but gilded over, often in the East hung from roofs by a cord of silk and silver interwoven; as the lamp is dashed down and broken, when the cord breaks, so man at death; the golden bowl of the lamp answers to the skull, which, from the vital preciousness. The "silver cord" is the spine, the nerves generally, the tongue; the "golden bowl" is the head, the membrane of the brain, the stomach. But these anatomical details are not to be adopted; they have little to recommend them, and are incongruous with the rest of the parable. The general break-up of life is here delineated, not the progress of. Ecclesiastes Or ever the silver cord be loosed As the above are the symptoms and infirmities of old age; these in this verse are the immediate symptoms of death, or what attend it, or certainly issue in it.

What does the Bible say about the Silver Cord in Ecclesiastes ? Bible Answer: Ecclesiastes is a very unusual book of the Bible. The phrase “under the sun” (life on this earth) occurs 27 times in this book. It occurs more times in this book than in any other book of the Bible. The silver cord has been described as being smooth, very long, very bright, like an elastic cable made of light, about an inch wide, sparkling like a tinsel on a Christmas tree, and attached to one of several possible locations on the physical body. WARNING: The Silver Cage is intended for mature readers; it contains graphic sensuality and strong themes including suicide, sexual identity, and self-harm. Anonymous is a pseudonymous international bestseller. The Silver Cord, a com/5. Directed by John Cromwell. With Irene Dunne, Joel McCrea, Laura Hope Crews, Eric Linden. A domineering matriarch is less than happy when her son brings home his new bride. She immediately sets to work at sabotaging their marriage as well as the engagement of her younger and weaker son.