Spirits and the Spirit Universe: Book 2 of Spiritism – The Spirit World Revealed to an Anglican Vicar

The series of three books I have written; analyzing and expanding the communications from various groups of spirits to the Rev. G. Vale Owen, are for the express purpose of explaining the reality – the organization,  the process, the environment, the progression of spirits, the work, the daily life – of Heaven and the realms below to provide for those interested an understanding of why we are on earth, in our present physical form, and what is waiting for us when our dense shell is cast off and we return to the real world … the spirit world.

Spirits and the Spirit Universe – Book 2 of Spiritism as Revealed to an Anglican Vicar – Covers communications that pertain to five main themes:

  • Spirit Education – Lower levels of heaven
  • Spirit Education – Higher levels of heaven
  • Spirit Attributes
  • Power of Spirits
  • Knowledge of the Universe(s)

Imagine a fantasy world where, if you apply yourself, you can travel from sphere to higher sphere, accumulating new attributes and powers after graduating from each level. Nothing could stop you, for there are no limits, promotion is based solely on merit. Within each stage your mind is fully engaged in comprehending the most extraordinary knowledge; all within an atmosphere of supportive and congenial friends. If this sounds like heaven to you, then you are correct – it is heaven.

Pre-order the book – Spirits and the Spirit Universe on Kindle. Available on Nov. 17th.


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