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“I am fully convinced that the soul is indestructible, and that its activity will continue through eternity. It is like the sun, which to our eyes, seems to set in night; but it has in reality only gone to diffuse its light elsewhere.”

J. W. von Goethe

"Many Mansions" by Lord Dowding
Many Mansions
By 1940 World War II was raging and one of the most prominent men in the UK was Air Chief Marshal Hugh Caswall Tremenheere Dowding - more widely known as Lord Dowding. Dowding was the commander of RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain and is generally credited with playing a crucial role in Britain's air defence, which contributed to the defeat of Hitler's plan to invade Great Britain. What is less well known is, after the Battle of Britain Dowding devoted most of his life to exploring life after death; what we now refer to as psychical research. He authored four books on the subject: Many Mansions (1943), Lychgate (1945), The Dark Star (1951), and God’s Magic (1960). Read more...
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Of all proofs of survival, what is called the "Direct Voice" is the most compelling.
  The French Revelation by N. Riley Heagerty
“Back in the past centuries, when the world of spirit had not its present development, there was little original inventive thought. Man built a shelter, killed his food, and fought his enemies, as any animal does. As the spirit-world progressed, and became more intelligent; as it obtained greater understanding, and grasped, with greater power, the life forces, or, in other words, more power of thought, and more ability to help mortal development, then, by reason of spirit-suggestion, acting through man’s sub-conscious mind, he began to feel an awakening for something better, and the process of civilization began.”
 
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Looking Deeper into the Myth that Progressive Jews Don’t Believe in an Afterlife by Carla Wills-Brandon: As an afterlife investigator I always enjoy hearing other researchers’ opinions, and look forward to reading their works. This helps me stay open to new ideas, makes me think and keeps me on my toes. Read more
The Society for Psychical Research Tackles Internet Encyclopedia Project by Michael Tymn: I recently interviewed Robert McLuhan (below) for the December issue of “The Searchlight,” a publication of The Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies. Below is a slightly abbreviated version… Read more
Two former Bishops of Durham and the Resurrection. by Michael Cocks: Some Anglican leaders welcome experience based investigation of an afterlife, others do not. That is a problem. Read more
Why Don’t Progressive Jews Believe in an Afterlife?  Are They Missing Something? by Stafford Betty: Shirley was in her mid-nineties when she died. Long ago she lost faith in Jewish religious teachings, but she loved her people and frequently wrote of Jewish life, even religious life, in our local newspaper.… Read more
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