In the books inspired by Andre Luiz and other spirits, all psychographed by Francisco (Chico) C. Xavier there are descriptions of heavenly cities and outposts. In the book, The Lowlands of Heaven, which is one section in a compilation of four books, Life Beyond the Veil, by the Reverend G. Vale Owen. The good reverend communicates with his mother about life in the lower regions of heaven. Here is a different perspective of Heaven. One that reveals more about life in one of the celestial cities. Read More.
According to the High Spirit Zabdiel, above the tenth level is where spirits start to actively participate in the creative process to lead and effect changes in our planet and any other locations a spirit may be sent to. Only after, many lifetimes of trials on earth, and multiple demonstrations of being able to fulfill missions of importance, would a spirit be able to graduate to such an exalted pinnacle.
Symbols are important. They have meaning … and the meaning is more important than the symbol itself. Kathleen, a spirit, tells us how a low spirit managed to lead a group of poor soils from the dark regions into the light – all by the use of a symbol. Read More.
On earth, when a Church or a Temple or any building is built, the process entails creation of a design, afterwards a construction company is selected and begins hiring workers and suppliers to provide the materials. Assembling the physical structure is accomplished by manual labor. In heaven building a temple is also a collective effort, but it is a combination of the force of wills by multiple spirits. Read More.
“We may place in the first or highest rank those who have reached the degree of relative perfection which constitutes what may be called ‘pure spirits.’ We may place in the second rank those who have reached the middle of the ascensional ladder, those who have achieved the degree of purification in which aspiration after perfection has become the ruling desire. We may place in the third or lowest rank all those imperfect spirits who are still on the lower rungs of the ladder. They are characterized by ignorance, the love of evil, and all the low passions that retard their progress upwards.” Read More.
We are told in Spiritist literature, that a spirit enters a body almost at the same time a sperm fertilizes an egg. We tend to think that a still-born child, while a tragedy for the parents, as an attempt at life gone wrong. A failure for some biological reason, where the soul of the little one finds a new home at some future date. Read More.
There is a complete description of the second order of spirits in Allan Kardec’s, The Spirits Book, starting at question 107. Second order spirits, while in the spirit realm, are composed of more spirit energy than matter. They are less dense than the lower spirits. Lower spirits, just like us, can’t see or feel their presence. Read More.
To understand the beginnings of the Third Revelation, one should read the first book codified by Allan Kardec. I have written elsewhere about how Allan Kardec created his books. In this entry, I am merely reprinting his series of questions of the progress of spirits. The section is in Book Two and begins at Question 114. Read More.
When you return to life as a spirit you will enter a realm in which thought is action. Where succeeding levels of heaven confer increasing capabilities. 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 tells him what to expect on the first level of heaven: Read More.