Previous William Thomas Sherman Info Page postings, quotes, observations, etc.
Someone first posted this on Face Book a few months back, and I thought I would finally get around to including it here and that has to be seen to be believed.
["Mr Rogers & the Wicked Witch of the West, Margaret Hamilton (1975)"]
[Note. It is a common misconception that a witch is or is supposed to be a person possessing magical powers. More correctly, what is known or thought of as a "witch" is simply someone being used and employed by a criminal spirit person, and which latter is actually the one furnishing such seeming powers and abilities. The powers and abilities themselves, generally speaking or for convenience sake, we might liken to spirit person based technology, and which has its focus on deception and mind control.]
...I don't think they can appear frivolous or feeble to any one, if he reflect on the majesty of nature, from which the soul derives its authority. If you acknowledge the authority of the mistress, you will own it also in the disciple. Well, nature is the mistress here, and her disciple is the soul. But everything the one has taught or the other learned, has come from God— the Teacher of the teacher... ...Which latter indeed waited for their own instruction from the former, and though we grant that light has come from you, still it has flowed from the first fountainhead originally; and we claim as entirely ours, all you may have taken from us and handed down. Since it is thus, it matters little whether the soul's knowledge was put into it by God or by His book. Why, then, O man, will you maintain a view so groundless, as that those testimonies of the soul have gone forth from the mere human speculations of your literature, and got hardening of common use?
~ Tertullian (c.160–220 AD), The Soul's Testimony