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Periodical: The Higher Science of the Motion of Matter

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Higher Science of the Motion of Matter.
A Magazine Devoted to Science, Truth, Investigation and Matters of General Interest.
1900—1910? Monthly
Los Angles, CA. Editor: Franklin H. Heald, editor and proprietor.
1/1, December 1900. $1.00 a year.

Advertised in The Mountain Pine, 1907 and 1908, and in The Adept, February 1911, and noted in H.O. Severance, A Guide to the Current Periodicals and Serials of the United States (1909). An advertisement for the journal in the Adept offered as a premium with each subscription a turquoise (1 to 3 1/2 carats) from Heald's own mine. He was a wealthy and idiosyncratic man whose goal was to convince the world of Newton's errors about gravity and to show the regular progression of the planets from the periphery towards the sun. He combined these with an interest in New Thought.

Issues:Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V3 N3 Feb 1903
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V3 N5 Apr 1903
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V3 N7-9 Sep 1903
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V3 N10-12 Dec 1903
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V4 N1 Feb 1904
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V4 N2 Mar 1904
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V4 N9-11 Nov 1904
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V5 N11-12 Kan 1905
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V6 N1 Jan 1906
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V6 N2-3 Feb-Mar 1906
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V6 N10 Oct 1906
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V7 N1 Jan 1907
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V7 N2 Feb 1907
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V7 N3 Mar 1907
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V7 N6 Jun 1907
Higher Science of the Motion of Matter V7 N11-12 Dec 1907

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