In the book, Memoirs of a Suicide, a spirit is introduced, who in one of his previous lives, was one of the children welcomed by Jesus when, he said, “Let the little children come to me, because the kingdom of heaven is theirs…”
Various spirits came to the Rev G. Vale Owen in his years of recording communications from the other side. His mother came first, then other spirits, from higher levels than his mother, initiated conversations: Castrel, Astriel, Zabdiel, and Arnel.
They all agreed on how they would describe the different levels of heaven circling the earth. They were quite explicit in saying that their numbering system was not universal or perfectly accurate – only that it provided a good approximation of the steps of paradise. Read More.
“At every age, in the beginning, the High Ones, so we are told, take counsel. Results accruing from sometime ages are gathered and laid before them. Those of ages very ancient are rehearsed in tabulated form and briefly. Those of the nearer ages are given in greater detail. Those of the ages last past in full. These are considered in their bearing upon events at that time proceeding on earth. Then the cognate planets have their hearing, and next both earth and them together. So the Council gets agait, and, with no hurry, comes at such conclusion as, when put into operative form for the next age, will be harmonious with the acts of other Hierarchies who have in charge the guidings of planets other than this of earth.” Read More.
In the book, Hail Christ!, dictated by the spirit Emmanuel to Francisco C. Xavier, there are passages on what the early church was like for the first Christians. The book is set around 200 AD, the Emperor Caracalla had just died, in 217 AD. Christians were still being persecuted. There was, as yet, no organized Bible, only various writings by disciples and others. Read More.
Follow the life of Andre Luiz as he rises to the celestial city of Nosso Lar and he experiences different aspects of how the spirit realm loves and guides us is one of the most satisfying reads in my life. There are thirteen books in the series, only eleven in English at this time, and I urge you to read all of them in order.
1. Nosso Lar
2. The Messengers
3. Missionaries of the Light
4. Workers of the Life Eternal
5. In the Greater World
7. Between Heaven and Earth
8. In the Domains of Mediumship
9. Action and Reaction
10. Evolution in Two Worlds (not yet in English)
11. Mechanisms of Mediumship (not yet in English)
12. Sex and Destiny
13. And Life Goes On
You can find them all, except #10 and #11, on Amazon. Or direct at EDICEI.
Jesus appeared at the University of the Five Towers. He allowed the students to explore the creative hierarchies of the universe. At the end of the display, there was a closing ceremony. It was a rousing call to action … a statement, a plea to not let one soul behind in the darkness. Read More.
Who are the higher spirits that come to earth to help our planet progress? Why would they consent to live through pain and suffering to assist so many ungrateful souls? Leon Denis in his book, Life and Destiny, tells us who are these selfless spirits and the reason for their voluntary descent into our environment of pain and atonement. Read More.
There is a prestigious university, The University of the Five Towers, at the upper most region of sphere ten. In size it is more of a great city than a single place of learning. There, the object is to fully understand the grand processes of the spirit world – before students’ journey on to the actual act of creation amongst the planets of the universe. Read More.
A team, of fifteen spirits had just returned from the Lower Zone, on a mission to rescue souls trapped in a city, where they were slaves. Upon arrival they were met by Jesus who acknowledged the success of their undertaking and told them of His love for all spirits. Read More.
We learn as children that the Romans fed the Christians to the lions. This seemed normal to us, after all the Christians were good and the Romans bad. We thought they must have not wanted to be good. The truth is more complicated. Why would the Romans try to stamp out the Christians? After all, they absorbed many religions, and were quite tolerant of almost every sect. But the Christians, along with the Druids, were different, for both they engaged in a centuries long struggle of extermination. Read More.