Immethodically

Im`me`thod´ic`al`ly


adv.1.Without method; confusedly; unsystematically.
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As the appropriately long final sentence of Bailey's 1889 preface allies his poem with the "self-evolution of Humanity as one brotherhood," the syntax makes it impossible to unwind that world process from the process of the poem itself: --an eclectic and philosophic symbol anticipated towards the end of the work as destined eventually to be everywhere on earth welcomed and established, and one which, however much in some quarters misunderstood, yet in its original inception and design spaciously and presciently conceived, has since been not inconsistently nor immethodically carried out, to the ultimate achievement of all that from the first was promised or predicted.