Academy of the New Church
Bryn Athyn, August, 1934
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE HUMAN BODY
Lectures by Hugo Lj. Odhner
Description of the Course
1. The Concept of the Human Form as universal in Creation and in Society. The History of this Concept
2. The Philosophy of the Divine Human, as the Cornerstone of New Church thought.
3. Application of this Philosophy to the Spiritual World. Study of the various Kingdoms of the Human Body, and the corresponding Provinces of the Grand Man.
4. The Parallelism and Relation between Physiological and Mental Processes.
Outline of the Course
The Philosophy of the Human Form
Chapter III. God as Man:
Chapter IV. The Human Form Universal in Creation.
Chapter V. Man a Microcosm.
Chapter VI. The Human Form in the Collective:
Chapter VIII. The Grand Man:
Chapter IX. Origin and Derivation of the Human Form:
Chapter XII. General Divisions of the Human Body.
[ Note: The author seems to have reorganized this chapter as follows:
Chapter XIII. The Four General Kingdoms of the Body.
Chapter XIV General Correspondences of the Body.
Correspondences of the Parts, Organs, and Viscera of the Human Gody
Chapter I. The Ultimates of the Body.
2. Skin and Hair.
3. Tendons and Muscles.
Chapter II. The Kingdom of the Abdominal Viscera, and of the Chyle.
Chapter III. The Kingdom of the Thorax, and of the Blood.
Chapter IV. The Kingdom of the Head.
Chapter V. The Kingdom of Generation.
Chapter VI. The Correspondences of the Five Senses; especially of Sight, Hearing, Smell, and Touch.
Chapter I Paralles of Operation in Body and mind National Functions.
Chapter II. Correspondence of Spirits to Mental Planes.
Chapter III. The Correspondent Processes of Generation and REgeneration.
Situation in the Spiritual World
Chapter I. Apppearance of the Spiritual World:
1. To Novitiates.
2. To Spirits and Angels.
3. To Swedenborg
Chapter II. Various Bases of Phenomenal Relations:
1. Spaces and Times in the Spiritual World.
2. Dirctions and Quarters.
3. Planes and Provinces.
4. Exceptional Phenomena, true and false.
The Grand Monster
Chapter I. The History of the Doctrine of a Personal Devel.
Chapter II. The Doctrine of the Grand Monster.
End of Prepages