Cell Phones in the Spirit World

cellphone_heaven_9_5In reading Spiritist literature, it is fascinating to read about the tools they use. In the Reverend Owen’s book, which is a collection of four of his books, Life Beyond the Veil, in The Lowlands of Heaven section, his mother mentions cell phones:

“In those mountains there are other colleges, all linked up with those we saw by means of a kind of wireless telephony, and a cooperative work is continually going on.”[i]

The book was written in 1920. Telephones, while improved and patented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876, didn’t really enter wide usage until the 20th century. In 1920, the operator still had to be notified and your call manually placed. I wonder what people thought when they read the phrase, “wireless telephony”. Now, we immediately understand the term; it’s a cell phone.

In the book, Nosso Lar, published in 1944, Andre Luiz, the spirit author, who wrote about his time in the celestial city, Nosso Lar, above Rio de Janeiro, talks about large televisions. Francisco (Chico) Xavier, in other books and in conversations with spirits, also mentions personal communication devices, aka cell phones, being used in the lower levels of heaven in the spirit world in the 1930’s.

Chico Xavier has told us that celestial cities like Nosso Lar are constantly fifty to hundred years ahead of us. Items are thought of for our use in the spirit world, then filtered down and sent as inspiration to Explore-Small-front-coverus to be invented.

If you wish to learn more about the spirit world, please read my book, Explore Your Destiny – Since Your Life’s Path is (mostly) Predetermined.

[i] Owen R. G. Life Beyond the Veil, Squares Circles Publishing, p. 31

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