Who is Jesus? That is a question that has been asked for over two thousand years. But, more importantly, the question should be – What is Jesus? For He is a very high spirit, who is not only in charge of our small planet … He was responsible for the formation of our entire solar system. And more. Read More.
The web site, The Human Experience, has posted my interview on my book, The Case for Reincarnation – Your Path to Perfection.
Episode 10 – Brian Foster – The Case for Reincarnation / Spiritism
This entry was posted in podcasts on January 23, 2015 by Xavier
Spiritism is a spiritualistic doctrine codified in the 19th century by the French educator Allan Kardec, proposed to the study of “the nature, origin, and destiny of spirits, and their relation with the corporeal world”.
From his book “The Case for Reincarnation”:
“You have lived multiple lives. At times you have been rich, poor, a servant and a slave. Maybe even a King or a Queen, at the least a member of the minor nobility. Many famous people in the past have believed in reincarnation, such as Thomas Edison and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. They both believed in the spirit world and made attempts to communicate with the world beyond. There is a realm, a universe greater than ours and it is filled with intelligences that we can only wonder at. There are spirits around the earth who are actively helping and guiding us in our planning and during our actual incarnations.
There are too many unexplained phenomena for there to be nothing after death. How do some people have past life memories? Why do children remember past lives and then lose the ability after a certain age? How can some people know the future? And more importantly, why do you have premonitions that come true? How could you know what could happen with such certainty?
Reincarnation is a tenet in many religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism, and is frequently mentioned as parts of varied sects of Christianity and Judaism. It is the concept whereby we have a spirit, in which we retain our central personalities and memories, while in the spirit world, but lose our memories while in a physical form.”
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:21 — 45.2MB)
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.
In the book, Jesus in the home, in Chapter 24 – The Signs of a Renewal, Jesus speaks about what our world will be like when the people of our planet become in tune with the Divine Kingdom. I believe our Christ is providing us a glimpse into what a world of regeneration may be like.
Here is what he says;
“When the Divine Kingdom is at the gates of humankind, the soul of the world will be renewed.” … 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.
A colony on the third level of heaven had grown in wisdom and spirituality. The leaders and citizens were to be ushered into a superior sphere, where their learning would take on new heights. But they didn’t travel to a new location … the entire colony and surrounding area was altered – transformed from one dimension to another. Read More.
Allan Kardec in the book, The Gospel According to Spiritism, lays out the philosophy of Socrates as recorded by Plato. The basic doctrine of Socrates is very similar to what Jesus preached and Spiritism codified. Which should not be surprising, since all had their headwaters in the same place; the spirit world. Read More.
In Peter’s house, where many chapters of the book take place, the disciples are heatedly debating how could this be. After all, if only evil was strong and aggressive how could good ever emerge victorious? Read More.