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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

The Death View Revolution: A Guide to Transpersonal Experiences Surrounding Death by Madelaine Lawrence
The Death View Revolution
Reports and studies of near-death experiences, death-bed communications, after-death communications and a host of other transpersonal experiences occurring near death are creating a new paradigm challenging our exclusive biological and psychological understanding of death and near-death. Read more...
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  Black Elk’s out-of–body-experience
“After awhile I began to feel very queer. First, my legs seemed to be full of ants. I was dancing with my eyes closed, as the others did. Suddenly it seemed that I was swinging off the ground and not touching it any longer. The queer feeling came up from my legs and was in my heart now. It seemed I would glide forward like a swing, and then glide back again in longer and longer swoops. There was no fear with this, just a growing happiness.
  The Divine Plan by Silver Birch
YOU do not see the results of a plan because you look at these things with the eyes of matter. You judge progress in relation to your own short span of life, but we see progress because we look at things from another plane. We see the spread of knowledge, a greater understanding of spiritual things, a rise of tolerance, an increase of goodwill, a breaking down of barriers of ignorance and superstition and fear and spiritual slavery. It is not as if there were to be a sudden revolution. That could never happen, because all spiritual growth must be slow and progressive.
  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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An interesting story in the 4th book of Maccabees. by Michael Cocks: The problem that bedevils thinking about spiritual matters, is the misuse of poetry and metaphor, the very language of spirit. Take this quote from Mark 10.45 “For even the Son of Man did not come to be… Read more
A Suicide Prevented? by Michael Tymn: Suicide is one subject on which spirit messages coming through various mediums all seem to agree. While there are some conflicting messages relative to suicide by terminally-ill people, the messages overwhelmingly… Read more
St. Paul and the “Rapture” by Michael Cocks: There was a time in my ministry when I associated with Charismatic Christians, people who in song and prayer and speaking in tongues felt the power of the Holy Spirit. One of the things that led me away… Read more
Do young atheists bond in a collective flight from death? by Michael Tymn: A web site called The Friendly Atheist recently came to my attention. The first thing that struck me was that the editor and eight of the nine regular contributors all appeared to be in their 20s or early… Read more
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