“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.
organization of spirit world
The concept of personal freedom and independent thought is one the Spirit world has emphasized since the dawn of man. Western Civilization is the beacon of freedom and democracy for the world precisely because we have been rigorously selected to attain this goal. Emmanuel writes of the Renaissance, which was planned by the Spirit world: Read More.
There is a plan for our children that everyone knows. First they go to a nursery school or start at kindergarten, then up through elementary to high school. If the student is motivated or able, then on to college. Which may entail multiple colleges and many years of study. Well, there is a process in the spirit world too. It’s consists of graduated steps, just like ours… except it lasts for all eternity. Read More.
What is the organization of the Spirit World? Is it a chaotic group of good and bad spirits all competing for our attention? Or is there an overall structure, laying plans for our world and plans for the growth of each individual on earth. There are mentions and hints in numerous books published by Allan Kardec and psychographed by Francisco C. Xavier. This article surveys those writings and attempts to document the structure of the spirit world from those next to God down to the outposts on earth. Read More.
We think of God and heaven as a place where our Supreme Lord has everything ordered. Perfectly ordered. A machine with gears and cogs that run for infinity without any required maintenance. A utopia, where there is no need for improvement. Actually there is a process and an organization behind everything. Read More.
Spiritism tells us that when we leave our physical bodies, our lives still continue – we still work and learn in the spirit world. The heavenly spheres created and shaped by thought are malleable and subtlety transform as waves of spirits ascend through each sphere. There is a University in sphere ten which serves to teach and make sense of spirit life – sitting below the level of the start of absolute creation. Read More.
Throughout the ages people have reported messages from the spirit world, the “other side”, as the Druids called it. Are all of these communications just a manifestation of our collective imagination or is there something really out there? I believe there is and there is a growing mound of research that points in that direction. Read More.
The spirit Arnel tells us that in the heavenly spheres ten and below, are one of service and learning – and protecting us on earth. While graduation to sphere eleven is the beginning of a completely different set of duties – that of actual creation and discovery of the mysteries of the universe. Read More.
The Spiritist Universe is multidimensional. Not just our usual concept of three dimensions, plus time, but an entire other world, with intelligence that exists side by side with us. Watching and guiding all of our actions. Our science fiction and fantasy universes are nothing compared to the reality as presented in the Doctrine of Spiritism. Read More.
In Spiritist literature, one of the Divine Laws is the Law of Affinity. It is revealed in The Spirits Book. The book was codified by Allan Kardec in the 1850’s. Allan Kardec didn’t write the book, he posed questions to high spirits. He employed multiple mediums throughout Europe to ask the same question, without knowledge of each other, and he only used the answer if the medium reported a similar answer as other mediums obtained. Read More.