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.
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A group of high spirits – sent from the tenth level of heaven – journeyed down to the Lower Zone. They were sent on orders from above to free souls who have been trapped in a wretched life of materialism and base emotions, and were ready to peer upwards to the light for inspiration. At the end of their mission, the high spirits had amassed 144,000 people from the lower regions of the spirit realm and led them to a new city. Read More.
Good, high spirits, descend into the Lower Zones and below to help poor souls trapped in an atmosphere of ignorance and malevolence. Often they stand passive, awaiting a call for help or an opportunity to assist. But, there are times when action is called for. Here is one such example. Read More.
Discarnate humans who have chosen to reside in the Lower Zone – a region of relative darkness – where they exist until they begin to thirst after light and love … are not left to their own devices to find their way to heaven. They are helped and guided. Read More.
“The Lower Zone”, we have all been there, between lifetimes at one epoch or another. It’s a place where not horrible and not spiritual people go to after they leave their body. It’s meant to be a temporary location, a way station, for those who haven’t yet made up their minds to follow the ways of love, charity, fraternity, and honesty. When one finally realizes the benefits of the golden rule, and the overriding love of God, then the door is unlocked and you are assisted out and up to a higher level. A celestial city. Read More.
The Reverend G. Vale Owen, who is the author of the Life Beyond the Veil, a compilation of four books, all dictated to him by spirits, including his mother, also wrote another book. It is called Paul and Albert, and it was sent to him by a team of spirits. Read More.
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.
In the land surrounding the fortress of Shonar, the Blacksmith cruelly reigned over his companions. He bullied the men and terrorized the women. He died and found himself in the spirit world the same as he left it. A man without pity, who scoffed at the weakness of others and took advantage of his strength and domineering personality to lord over those who couldn’t or wouldn’t fight back. Yet, the spirit realm tells us that there is no such thing as all bad or all good, everyone is a mixture.
The Blacksmith too had good lurking deep within him. It had not yet found a way to emerge. But the process of shedding the rough exterior and allowing the soft and beautiful to reveal itself is one that is not rushed. The timing is up to each individual. Free will means that no one is forced, only presented opportunities, to be picked up or left on the floor. Read More.