Alphonse Esquiros nsIn human chemistry, Alphonse Esquiros (1812-1876) was a French religious writer noted his 1940 discussion of human molecules, law of attraction, and unity, as having some direction toward god.

Overview
In 1840, Esquiros, in his The Gospel of People, gave one of the earliest uses of the term molécules humaines (the English translation being ‘human molecules’), referring to people a person as a molecule: [1]

“For verily I say unto you, the heart that prays, as one who loves the world advances in unity, that is to say towards God. This unit can be held in effect by the assent of human molecules to carry all toward each other; the law of attraction is a law of love.”

The book in which this is found, to note, is a exposition on the life and times of Jesus Christ.

References
1. (a) Esquiros, Alphonse. (1840). L'Evangile du Peuple (The Gospel of the People) (molécules humaines, pg. 179). La Gazllois.
(b) Zielonka, Anthony. (1985). Alphonse Esquiros, 1812-1876: a Study of His Works (molécules humaines, pg 183). Slatkine.

External links
‚óŹ Henri-Francois-Alphonse Esquiros – Wikipedia.

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