In the book, In the Realms of Mediumship, psychographed by Francisco (Chico) C. Xavier, there is a discussion of transporting matter created in the physical plane via spirits. During a mediums meeting spirits in attendance took flowers made from ectoplasmic material and carried them through walls in our plane. Read More.
Organization of Spirit World
The Doctrine of Spiritism first revealed to the world that heaven wasn’t a destination of eternal leisure. No luxurious gardens to wander around with other angels, strolling aimlessly forever. Instead heaven is a place of work and constant learning. Read More.
The spirit Arnel recounts an amazing story of Shonar – he has been sent to earth many times to reorganize whole nations and territories after wars, deaths, and chaos had reigned supreme. Read More.
We all realize how vital water is for our survival, on so many levels. Water is important in the spirit realm too … but in different ways than on earth. Whereas on our globe, the property of water is constant, the waters of the spiritual spheres allow different properties to be associated with different bodies of water. Read More.
The spirit Arnel explains that atoms are made up of ethereal matter vibrating and spiraling along different paths. Atoms in our physical world are created from elements which originated in the spirit realm. This ether (also named Universal Fluid, in Spiritist literature), is moved, directed, and guided by a force … mind-waves from spirits. Read More.
We aren’t just placed on earth in isolation, but to interact with other spirits and incarnates. We have no choice. Even if we lived on a deserted island, there would still be spirits around us, reading our thoughts and supplying us with inspiration. It is meant to be this way; for in this stage of our education we are expected to live amongst the influence of good, bad, and indifferent spirits and other humans. Read More.
In the book, The Spiritist Review, Journal of Psychological Studies, 1859, which contains all of the articles in the 12 issues of Allan Kardec’s magazine for the year 1859, there is an account on a spirit which came unannounced to a mediums meeting. The chapter, Scenes of the Spirit’s Private Life, which starts at page 201, discusses the life of a spirit who wanders the earth. The spirit, who was a bit of a rough neck, died at the age of young age of twenty. He was neither evil nor good. When he passed away he wasn’t exiled to the worse sections of the Lower Zones, he was sentenced to stay on the surface with us. Read More.
“The Great Gate of this Palace is of liquid stone. That is quite literally to be read. The stone was not solid, but in flux; and the colors of the gate changed from moment to moment, affected both by what went forward within the House, and also by what was agait upon the Plain before it. It also was affected from the Watchtowers on the Plain; but only by those on this side, not by others on the other side of the City, which were in touch with stations on the other sides of the Palace. It was very beautiful to look at, that gateway, massive on either side and blending into the wall of the main structure, solid above the square arch, and changing in beauty as the colors changed. One part only was constant, and that was the great keystone, in the middle above, which always and ever shone red for love.” Read More.
The spirit world is organized. It has a governing and command process, just like we do on earth. The largest difference is that the people in charge are appointed for their piety, love, kindness, competence, and selflessness. But assignments of increased responsibility aren’t just accomplished with an order – no, in the spirit realm, something else is given: Read More.