“Whoever possesses God in their being possesses him in a divine manner, and he shines out to them in all things; for them, all things taste of God, and in all things it is only God’s image they see. God is radiant in them; inwardly, they are detached from the world, and inwardly formed by the loving presence of their God. Compare it to someone with a great thirst. Although they may be doing something other than drinking with their minds turned to other things, the thought of a drink will not leave them for as long as they thirst. Whatever they do, whoever they are with, whatever they strive for - the greater and more intense becomes the thought of a drink. ” Meister Eckhart
Other Realities?: The enigma of Franek Kluski’s mediumship by Zofia Weaver
Franek Kluski produced what might justifiably be described as the widest and most striking range of phenomena in the history of physical mediumship. A Pole whose professions included banking and journalism, his involvement with psychical research lasted for a brief period between 1918 and 1925. Read more...
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.”
Why The Afterlife Is Beyond Science by Michael Tymn: Co-founder in 1882 of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR), Frederic W. H. Myers, a Cambridge scholar, is sometimes referred to as the “Father of Psychical Research.” As Myers came to realize during… Read more
“No man is an island” by Michael Cocks: Near Death Experiences, communications through mediums, clairvoyance, synchronicity and more, all owe their reality to the fact that spirit/mind is timeless, spaceless, and is an unbroken seamless whole,… Read more
From Pop Movie Star to Cloistered Nun by Michael Tymn: While watching the Bill O’Reilly show on Fox News a few weeks before Christmas, I observed an interview with Mother Dolores Hart, now a cloistered Catholic nun but a popular movie actress during the early… Read more
The Quest for the Historical Jesus by Michael Cocks: ...is the English title of a well-known book by Albert Schweitzer, in which he presents the wildly varying views of a number of great scholars as to what Jesus the historical man “really” taught, what… Read more