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Links to Martinus' Works

Martinus' works are protected by copyright. Reproducing large parts of Martinus' works on one's own homepages is not therefore permitted, but you may make links to the Martinus Institute's homepage. The aim is to ensure that the works are always presented correctly and reliably.

If you would like to make links to Martinus' works on a homepage, the simplest way is to insert a link to

Practical guidelines

On a homepage you can make a link directly to the works by using the following HTML code:

<a href="">Read Martinus' works here</a>

You can also make links directly to a book or a volume:

<a href="">Read Martinus' Livets Bog (The Book of Life) vol. 1</a>

...  or directly to a section or chapter:

<a href="">Read Martinus' Livets Bog, vol. 1, sect. 23 here</a>

For convenience we always use the section as the parameter, even when we actually mean a chapter:

<a href="">Read Martinus' Logic, chapter 10 here</a>

You may also refer to a particular subsections in a section:

<a href="">Read Martinus' Livets Bog, vol. 7, sect. 2658, subsect. 10 here</a>

Book codes

For practical reasons codes for the books are used in the link. If you want to refer to a particular book you must use the numbers from this overview:

1-28   Shorter books 1-28
51-57   Livets Bog, vol. 1-7
61-66   The Eternal World Picture, vol. 1-6
70   Logic
71   Bisættelse (On Funerals)
72   Intellectualised Christianity
81   Collection of Articles 1


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