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    D. T. Bourdeau

    Your attention is next called to a test applied while Mrs. White was in vision at Buck’s Bridge, St. Lawrence County, N.Y.:HEVI 76C.3

    “June 28, 1857, I saw Sister Ellen G. White in vision for the first time. I was an unbeliever in the visions; but one circumstance among others that I might mention convinced me that her visions were of God. To satisfy my mind as to whether she breathed or not, I first put my hand on her chest sufficiently long to know that there was no more heaving of the lungs than there would have been had she been a corpse. I then took my hand and placed it over her mouth, pinching her nostrils between my thumb and forefinger, so that it was impossible for her to exhale or inhale air, even if she had desired to do so. I held her thus with my hand about ten minutes, long enough for her to suffocate under ordinary circumstances; she was not in the least affected by this ordeal. Since witnessing this wonderful phenomenon, I have not once been inclined to doubt the divine origin of her visions.” Signed. “D. T. Bourdeau, Battle Creek, Mich., Feb. 4, 1891.”-The Great Second Advent Movement, by J. N. Loughborough, pp. 204-210.HEVI 76C.4

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