[General] Does "promulgated by..." refer to ""These works" or not?

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Does "promulgated by..." refer to ""These works" or not?

"These works," she says, "are regarded by the majority of Continental Spiritualists as constituting the basis of the religious philosophy of the future—a philosophy in harmony with the advance of scientific discovery in the various other realms of human knowledge; promulgated by the host of enlightened Spirits acting under the direction of Christ Himself."

"The History of Spiritualism," by Arthur Conan Doyle
 

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Does "promulgated by..." refer to ""These works" or not?

"These works," she says, "are regarded by the majority of Continental Spiritualists as constituting the basis of the religious philosophy of the future—a philosophy in harmony with the advance of scientific discovery in the various other realms of human knowledge; promulgated by the host of enlightened Spirits acting under the direction of Christ Himself."

"The History of Spiritualism," by Arthur Conan Doyle
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These works are regarded as the basis of the philosophy promulgated by the host of Spirits.


So spirits promulgate the philosophy.
 
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