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We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime. Upcoming SlideShare. Like this document? Why not share! An annual anal Embed Size px. Some of the descriptions of cities ruled by dreadful ex-mortals are quite terrifying. In fact I would recommend against reading this book, unless you already have a clear idea of the wonderful places in the next realm.
There are descriptions in this book of low levels of consciousness that I would think might be called Thought Forms. But for me the most important material was a very good description of the Astral Plane.
It seems that our definitions of earth bound spirits may in many cases be inaccurate, as it appears there are also a significant number of astral shells which once housed a mortal, but no longer do, as also thought forms some of which can attain a degree of independence.
Probably these are the classic ghosts that no one seems to be able to help.
I also wonder how many of the attachments that Dr Irene Hickman and Dr Carl Wickland described may fall into some of the categories described in this chapter. In this book I look at curious aspects like the Dalai Lama, why regression delivers past life information that so closely parallels the current life, even the participants of this life involved in the drama and sometimes things like birth marks.
In sixteen chapters and pages, I also look at spirits who try to reincarnate, and those who think they have reincarnated but are merely obsessing a living human. I cover: Eastern beliefs.
The Bible. Where is the mind? Past Life Memories. The Law of Attraction. Trying to Reincarnate. The soul and the spirit body. Sleeping Survivors.
Non-survivors of death. Getting out of Hell. Progress in spirit. Hearing from famous spirits. Indwelling Spirits - the perfect Guide. What really happens after death? This is really a tour through many sources of spiritualist literature that have been published in the last years. Those pro and those against reincarnation. But as far as I can see, there are solid arguments against any aspect that one might review.
And the more one studies these things, the more curious it is that so many others have not. This book is now available in e-book format at site. This book has now been revised, as of October It is distinguished by the newly designed cover, shown here. Its not in print any longer, and unfortunately still under copyright That means copies can be expensive, and also means its probably not a book many people have read.
The more is the pity. I am absolutely blown away by the information in this book on the topic of thoughtforms - a subject that is very rarely even mentioned, and I have never found discussed. It is also in my view, very sound on the subject of reincarnation, and in this it introduces an approach also not often found. It also discusses possession by those so determined to reincarnate that they attach themselves to a physical body and deprive the real incarnate of a life experience.
I truly wish I could share this book as a pdf. But her mother, Jeanne, who was very concerned about proving that the communications were genuine, takes up a lot of the book with that aspect.
These copies can be many hundreds of dollars secondhand as this newer edition is also out of print. I have included both reviews here, as the books are very similar. For one thing it becomes very clear that thoughtforms created by discarnates are effective in our material world. That strangely was left unsaid in the earlier book. There is far less emphasis given in this later book to all the proof that Jeanne understandably required.
And the later book has some few pages covering what transpired in the following 20 years. Here are free epub and Kindle versions of this book.
I value it because the spirits here acknowledge the existence of the Christ Spheres, which to my mind is probably the single most important fact one can learn about life after death. The second most important fact is how to become a Christ Spirit, but this series does not teach that. I have added myself as editor because I have removed most of the archaic words and adjusted sentences that were not clear, as our language has changed over time. I have also added numerous footnotes, and a chapter on recommended reading which is similar in nature to this volume.
The content of these volumes is not quite as fact-packed as for example the works by Anthony Borgia, but they have a unique style. In a way that is hard to describe, its almost as if you are accompanying each spirit as they go about their day. This conveys their life in a way not found in any other source. The facts conveyed are much the same as a great many other spirit communications, but it is this sense of being there that is different.
This particular volume has a large number of messages from his mother and describe her duties associated with helping people coming out of the hells. There are now print copies available in site and Lulu , being both hard cover and soft cover. This particular volume is recited by Zabdiel, a spirit residing in what we would call the Fifth Sphere, but which in this series is called the Tenth. Many topics are covered, and once again you get the feeling that you are a part of the action.
This particular volume is recited by Leader, a spirit residing in what we would call the Fifth Sphere, but which in this series is called the Tenth. The most amazing of these is a journey into the hells which eventually resulted in the release of , spirits from the clutches of a single dark spirit, and their resettlement in an area of marginally more light where they could set about rehabilitating themselves.
Battalions of Heaven Volume 4 of Life Beyond the Veil by Rev George Vale Owen This is the fourth volume of a five volume set received in the period on, and first published in The recorder is the Rev. Vale Owen, vicar of Orford, Lancashire. The messages contained in this book were also published in a daily newspaper by the owner Lord Northcliffe. As such they were widely read, and widely acclaimed. It is curious therefor that they have slipped into relative obscurity only years later, even though they were widely accepted within the Church of England and beyond.
This particular volume is dictated by Arnel, a spirit residing in what is termed the Tenth Sphere in this series, but which will be more familiar as the Fifth Sphere to readers of other similar publications. This book is more philosophical that the earlier volumes. However one major event is described that lasted many years. Apparently because of the very poor spiritual condition of mankind, the energy signature surrounding the earth had begun to negatively influence inhabited planets in our vicinity.
So a massive project was launched to cleanse this energy. Edythe admits that she and her family are vampires, but says that she and her family only drink animal blood to keep themselves from turning into the monsters, unlike other vampires. Edythe and Beau's relationship grows over time and they fall in love. Their foremost problem is that to Edythe, Beau's scent is a hundred times more potent than any other human's, making Edythe struggle to resist her desire to kill him. However, despite this, they manage to stay together safely for a time.
The seemingly perfect state of their relationship is thrown into chaos when another vampire coven sweeps into Forks and Joss, a sadistic tracker vampire, decides that she wants to hunt Beau for sport. Edythe's family plan to distract the tracker by splitting up Beau and Edythe, and Beau is sent to hide in a hotel in Phoenix.
Beau then gets a phone call from Joss in which she says that she has his mother, and Beau is forced to give himself up to Joss at an old ballet studio near his mother's house.
Upon meeting her, Beau discovers his mother wasn't at the dance studio and was safe all along. Joss attacks Beau, but Edythe, along with the rest of the Cullen family, rescue Beau before Joss can kill him.
Unfortunately, the venom has spread too far into his system, and Beau becomes a vampire. Sometime after Beau's transformation, the Quileute wolves confront the Cullens, believing they were responsible. Beau and the Cullens manage to convince the wolves to believe the truth after a brief talk with tribal elder Bonnie Black.
When the wind blows Bonnie's scent to Beau, he manages to stay in control of himself, much to Edythe and Carine's surprise.
With everything resolved, Beau and Edythe begin their unlimited time of "forever". Common Sense Media gave the book 3 out of 5 stars, saying, "This reimagined Twilight with swapped genders Bella is Beau, Edward is Edythe and most of the same content will primarily interest Twi-hards and anyone in a gender studies class.
A True Story awarded the book 4 out of 5 stars but noted "a lot of the book is copied and pasted" from Twilight.
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