In a previous article, I wrote about a giant complex surrounding a lake in the spirit world. It was on one of the first levels of heaven. Now in a later series of messages 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 enlightens us about a great building that served to study color.
She and her group encounter a large building which had a series of domes pinnacles, and turrets. They were invited in to learn what was happening in that building. From the outside the edifice appeared opaque, but when they walked inside the walls seemed semi-transparent. As they proceeded, from hall to hall, they found that each was filled with a slightly different shade of a color theme. Each hall had a separate color, with subtle changes of hues on the walls
Rev. G. Vale Owen’s mother describes some of the halls:
“One of these great halls was the Orange Hall, and in it were all the tints of that primary, from the faintest of light gold to the deepest of deep orange. Another was the Red Hall, where hues were ambient all about us, from the faintest rose-leaf pink to the deepest crimson of the rose or dahlia. Another, the Violent Hall, was radiant with hues ranging from the most delicate heliotrope, or amethyst, to the dark rich hue of the pansy. And now I must tell you that there were not only more but several more of these halls devoted to those tints which you do not know, but which you call ultra-violet and the ultra-red, and most wonderful they are.”[i]
Everything is studied and analyzed in the spirit domain. Learning never ceases. Imagine the scope of professions which can be found in the vast spirit universe. If you are a painter or a designer who loves to work with colors, just think of the expanded boundaries you will encounter when you are back on the other side.
The research is not only for beauty, but for more, as G. Vale Owen’s mother tells us:
“You are wondering to what purpose these buildings of crystal are put. They are for studying the effect of colors as applied to different departments of life, animal, vegetable and even mineral life, but the two former chiefly, together with clothing. For both the texture and the hue of our garments take their quality from the spiritual state and character of the wearer. Our environment is part of us, just as with you, and light is one component, and an important one, of our environment. Therefore it is very powerful in its applications, under certain conditions, as we saw it in these halls.
I am told that the results of those studies are handed on to those who have charge of tress and other plant life on earth and other planets. But there are other results which are too rare in nature for such application to the grosser environment of earth and the other planets, so, of course, only a very small part of these studies in handed on in your direction.”[ii]
The spirit universe is vast and populated by a multitude of levels of spirits and human-like incarnates, all toiling on diverse planets to become pure spirits. All work together for the betterment of us all.
Keep in mind, we don’t detect the life forms around us, they exists on different planes and in different dimensions and in different densities. Our senses and instruments are capable of detecting only a small part of the true environment around us.
Spiritism – Presented to us by many Mediums
The books of communications from the Rev. G. Vale Owen exposes more of the life of spirits. When one has read the series of books by Andre Luiz, in which he chronicles his life in the celestial city of Nosso Lar, one thinks they have learned all there is to know about the first level of heaven. Where in truth, we are but shown a small slice.
For example, in the passage above, Owen’s mother speaks about clothing responding to the wearer and their surroundings. When reading Nosso Lar, one thinks that people wear regular clothes, yes maybe more tunics, but clothes which do not change. But upon deeper exploration, I found this passage in the book, In the Realms of Mediumship, an Andre Luiz book, psychographed by Francisco (Chico) C. Xavier, there is a discussion on thoughts and how they mold the form spirits adopt. When a spirit tells the group:
“Art, as well as science, is much richer in our sphere than in the circle of incarnates, and through art, education is processed more efficiently as far as beauty and culture are concerned. Thus, as we cannot conceive of a dignified and noble earthly society composed solely of men and women in complete nudity – even with fine tattoos – it is necessary to remember that individuals in our community, despite having a vehicle prodigiously sculpted by mental powers, do not disparage fine clothing with which we express different emotions and distinct manners.”[iii]
Hence, from a book written in the 1920’s which never mentions the name Spiritism, but follows its precepts, to a book psychographed by Chico Xavier, who was instructed to always follow the Doctrine of Spiritism, written in 1955, we detect the same culture, the same manners of dress.
Allan Kardec, in the 1850’s, told us the books the Spirit of Truth presented to us are just the beginning. As those like me, who lamented the lack of real knowledge about the spirit world, and wished to know with certainty what awaits us, the entire universe has been laid out for us. I had spent so many years searching and not finding anything I could fit into my beliefs, until, way too late in life, I stumbled upon Spiritism.
The amount of literature, which is an ongoing endeavor, brought to us by many mediums, is a source of enlightenment and comfort to all. As Spiritism grows, more will finally be able to read about why they are here on earth and to understand the need to balance their spiritual and material life.
If you wish to learn more about the spirit world, please read my book, Explore Your Destiny – Since Your Life’s Path is (mostly) Predetermined.
The spirit party, with G. Vale Owen’s mother, left the buildings and began walking home through the trees. They could still see the domes over the top of the forest. They noticed the domes changed colors. Then they witnessed a light show.
“Then the dome disappeared utterly. Our guide told us it was still there in the same place, but the disappearance was one of the feats they had managed to accomplish by combining certain elements of light from the various halls. Then above the dome and the trees – the dome still being invisible – there appeared an enormous rose of pink, which slowly deepened into crimson, and all among its petals there were beautiful forms of children playing, and men and women standing or walking and talking together, handsome, beautiful and happy; and fawns and antelopes and birds, running or flitting or lying among the petals, whose shapes swelled like hills and mounds and landscapes. Over these swells ran children with the animals, playing very happily and prettily. And then it all slowly faded away, and all was blank. We were shown several of these displays as we stood there.”[iv]
Living in the spirit world in one of the heavenly spheres is to be part of a society that works together in harmony. Where the opportunities to find your dream job are endless. It may not be the eternal leisure that many have envisioned, it is better, it is eternally interesting, eternally enlightening, and above all else personally satisfying. A true Eden.
The prerequisites for entry are simple. Live your life on earth, in a fashion where love, charity, fraternity, and honesty is more important than temporary luxuries bought by fooling or taking advantages of others. You don’t have to stay on your knees, reciting the same prayer over and over, hand over all of your assets to some corrupt organization, you don’t have to dress or eat a certain diet. You only have to live according to the golden rule.
There are many more revelations to learn about that are presented to us by the Doctrine of Spiritism. If you wish to discover the extent of the invisible world for yourself, read my book, 51 Disclosures from Spiritism – The 3rd Revelation.
Owen, R. G. (2012). The Life Beyond the Veil. Pahrump, NV: Square Circles Publishing.
Xavier, F. C. (2011). In the Realms of Mediumship. Brasilia (DF), Brazil: EDICEI.
[i] Owen R. G. Life Beyond the Veil, Squares Circles Publishing, p. 32
[ii] Owen R. G. Life Beyond the Veil, Squares Circles Publishing, p. 33
[iii] Xavier, Francisco C., In the Realms of Mediumship, EDICEI, p. 97
[iv] Owen R. G. Life Beyond the Veil, Squares Circles Publishing, p. 34