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Ellen G. White
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Religious Figure
    (November 26, 1827-July 16, 1915)
    Born in Gorham, Maine
    Birth name was Ellen Gould Harmon
    Founding member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church
    Wrote 'Steps to Christ' (1892), 'Christ's Object Lessons' (1900), 'Education' (1903), 'The Ministry of Healing' (1905) and 'The Great Controversy' (1911)
    Her 'visions' may have been the result of temporal lobe epilepsy.
    She had a vision of Jupiter, which she reported was inhabited by 'a tall, majestic people.'
    She encouraged her followers to become vegetarians, but ate meat for most of her life.
    She declared that masturbation caused 'affection of the liver and lungs, neuralgia, rheumatism, affection of the spine, diseased kidneys, and cancerous tumors.'
    At age nine, she was hit in the head by a rock thrown by a fellow student, which disfigured her nose and left her in a coma for three weeks.
    Only two of her four children lived to adulthood.
    She said her writings would not be needed if people would read the word of God themselves and pray for understanding.

Credit: C. Fishel

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