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Despite our new technologies, there’s just something about a book, with its striking cover and pages you can turn forward. And pages you can turn back, of course, if you wish to look at something again. Or pages you can pause at and ponder; perhaps a line takes your breath away, or a simple phrase. That’s the thing about a book: you decide the pace. You can hold it, bath with it and lovingly write your name in it – in fact, it’s a bit like a marriage. If you like truth you can touch, this is the place.
  "Modern Miracles:The Story of Sathya Sai Baba: A Modern Day Prophet "
Erlendur Haraldsson, Ph.D.

Sathya Sai Baba, one of India's most famous Swami’s, was one of the most enigmatic and remarkable religious figures in recent times. Millions followed… more
Solitude   Solitude
Simon Parke

What does solitude mean to you? Albert Einstein once said: ‘I live in that solitude which is painful in youth, but delicious in the years of maturity.’… more
A Glimpse of Heaven   A Glimpse of Heaven
Carla Wills Brandon, Ph.D

Before answering a ringing telephone, do you already know ho is calling? What about the "sudden" urge to check on your child in another room—only to find… more
Resurrecting Leonora Piper: How Science Discovered the Afterlife   Resurrecting Leonora Piper: How Science Discovered the Afterlife
Michael Tymn

Some three years after the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) was founded in London in 1882, Leonora Piper, a young Boston, Massachusetts housewife,… more
Ghostology: The Art of the Ghost Hunter   Ghostology: The Art of the Ghost Hunter
Steven T. Parsons

"Ghostology" is simply the study of Ghosts. It is not just about ghost hunting, neither is it is about parapsychology. more
The Ministry of Healing   The Ministry of Healing
Ellen G. White

The Ministry of Healing emphasizes the link between diet and spiritual growth. It's a diet book, a self-help book, and a Christian spiritual guide… more
I Saw A Light And Came Here: Children's Experiences of Reincarnation   I Saw A Light And Came Here: Children's Experiences of Reincarnation
Erlendur Haraldsson, Ph.D and James G. Matlock, Ph.D

I Saw A Light And Came Here" is the result of decades of scholarly research and investigations into past-life memories, primarily of children. more
Many Mansions   Many Mansions
Lord Dowding

In this book Lord Dowding, whose name will be remembered in connection with the Battle Of Britain, puts forward a strong case for life after death. more
On the Threshold of the Unseen   On the Threshold of the Unseen
Sir William Barrett

First published in 1917, On the Threshold of the Unseen is Sir William Barrett’s examination of spiritualism, psychic phenomena, and life after… more
Light of All Life   Light of All Life
Raynor C. Johnson

Light of all Life: Thoughts towards a philosophy of life is the last book written by Raynor C. Johnson. Originally published in 1984, just three… more
The Vital Message   The Vital Message
Arthur Conan Doyle

In this book, Arthur Conan Doyle shares his thoughts on scepticism, religion, psychic phenomena, and Jesus, whom he sees as the highest of spiritual beings. more
God's Magic   God's Magic
Lord Dowding

In "God’s Magic," Lord Dowding, whose name will be forever synonymous with the Battle Of Britain, puts forward a strong case for life after death. more
Orthodoxy   Orthodoxy
GK Chesterton

Chesterton charts his journey to faith, and his reasons for it, inviting the reader into 'the thrilling romance of Orthodoxy... there was never anything… more
Conversations with Ghosts   Conversations with Ghosts
Alex Tanous with Callum E. Cooper

Conversations with Ghosts was an idea for a fourth book for Dr Tanous, and it was intended to be written by Dr Karlis Osis and himself, outlining… more
Tertium Organum   Tertium Organum
P. D. Ouspensky

When Tertium Organum burst onto the New York literary scene its author, P. D. Ouspensky, was unaware of it. Piotr Demianovich Ouspensky, the most… more
Other Realities?: The enigma of Franek Kluski’s mediumship   Other Realities?: The enigma of Franek Kluski’s mediumship
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… more
The Prophet   The Prophet
Kahlil Gibran

The Prophet, which was to become enduringly popular, is a prose piece which is partly auto-biographical. Gibran said that ‘the whole prophet is saying… more
What is Religion? And Other Writings   What is Religion? And Other Writings
Leo Tolstoy

In ‘What is religion?’ Tolstoy explores the idea of religion and provides the following definition: ‘True religion is the establishment by man of a relation… more
Christianity as Mystical Fact   Christianity as Mystical Fact
Rudolf Steiner

Christianity As Mystical Fact was compiled from a series of lectures Rudolf Steiner gave in 1902. It was an attempt to explain the mystical qualities… more
Psychology and the Near-Death Experience: Searching for God   Psychology and the Near-Death Experience: Searching for God
Roy L. Hill

Near-death experiences tantalize the public’s interest in what lies beyond the final human breath. Answers have been streaming by the thousands during… more
Twin Telepathy   Twin Telepathy
Guy Lyon Playfair

Is there a ‘special connection’ between twins? Can they read each other’s minds? Are they telepathic? These questions are often asked, but have never been… more
Conversations with Vincent Van Gogh   Conversations with Vincent Van Gogh
Vincent Van Gogh with Simon Parke

It is possible Van Gogh sold a painting whilst alive. There is rumour of the dealer Pere Tanguy selling one for a few francs in Paris. But whether he did… more
Conversations with Arthur Conan Doyle   Conversations with Arthur Conan Doyle
Arthur Conan Doyle with Simon Parke

An imagined conversation in which Arthur Conan Doyle's words are entirely his own, speaking about his commitment to spiritualism, which amazed people in… more
Revelations of Divine Love: A 2011 Edition   Revelations of Divine Love: A 2011 Edition
Julian of Norwich with Simon Parke

Revelations of Divine Love by Julian of Norwich is the first book written in English by a woman. But the work is read now not for historical interest… more
In the Light of the Self: Adi Shankara and the Yoga of Non-dualism   In the Light of the Self: Adi Shankara and the Yoga of Non-dualism
Alistair Shearer

Adi Shankara was a South Indian sage and the foremost teacher of Advaita Vedanta, the perennial philosophy that lies at the heart of all religions. Such… more
War Letters from the Living Dead Man   War Letters from the Living Dead Man
Elsa Barker

The second in Elsa Barker's trilogy of books, containing letters written under automatic writing. The books are considered to be an essential guide to… more
Thirty Years Among the Dead   Thirty Years Among the Dead
Carl Wickland

Wickland treated many patients suffering from mental illness of all kinds, and after many years experience came to the conclusion that a number of patients… more
Conversations with Leo Tolstoy   Conversations with Leo Tolstoy
Leo Tolstoy with Simon Parke

This is Tolstoy is his own words, drawn from his extensive books, essays and letters. Vegetarianism, marriage, non-violence, the military, death, God and… more
Survival? Death as a Transition   Survival? Death as a Transition
David Lorimer

In this searching study David Lorimer examines the development of speculations on the nature of life and death from indigenous tribes to modern neuroscientists… more
My Dream of Heaven   My Dream of Heaven
Rebecca Ruter Springer

Springer's classic book, written during a severe illness, is a series of basic truths about heaven, written in a simple and readable style, as if being… more
Dead Men Talking: Afterlife Communication from World War I   Dead Men Talking: Afterlife Communication from World War I
Michael Tymn

As science flourished in the years leading up to World War I, religion floundered. Thus, the warring countries were little prepared to deal with the grief… more
Things You Can do When You’re Dead!   Things You Can do When You’re Dead!
Tricia J. Robertson

Things You Can do When You’re Dead! by Tricia Robertson is the long awaited book from one of Scotland’s foremost psychical researchers. In this… more
Jesus the Son of Man   Jesus the Son of Man
Kahlil Gibran

For Kahlil Gibran, re-telling the story of Jesus had been the ambition of a lifetime. He wanted tell the story as no one had told it before. With Jesus… more
The Psychic and the Spiritual: What is the Difference?   The Psychic and the Spiritual: What is the Difference?
John White

An ancient insight about higher human development states very simply: psychic development is not the same as spiritual growth. In the course of one’s spiritual… more
Surgeon From Another World   Surgeon From Another World
George Chapman with Roy Stemman

George Chapman was a remarkable man. He was an internationally known healer and gifted trance medium. In his entranced state he surrendered his identity… more
The Voices   The Voices
William Usborne Moore

Over the years, I have read at least 500 books dealing with various aspects of life after death – books on mediumship, near-death experiences, reincarnation,… more
The Edge of the Unknown   The Edge of the Unknown
Arthur Conan Doyle

Arthur Conan Doyle’s final book continues his investigation into Ghosts, Life after Death, the Paranormal, Spiritualism, and Harry Houdini. more
The Certainty of Eternity: The Story of Australia's Greatest Medium   The Certainty of Eternity: The Story of Australia's Greatest Medium
L. C. Danby

Many people who are interested in physical mediumship have heard of mediums such as D. D. Home, Franek Kluski, Leslie flint, and more latterly, David Thompson.… more
Sand and Foam   Sand and Foam
Kahlil Gibran

Sand and Foam is a collection of parables and aphorisms, which in true Eastern style draws on a world of kings, hermits, saints, slaves, deserts, animals… more
Cosmic Consciousness   Cosmic Consciousness
Richard Maurice Bucke

Cosmic Consciousness: A Study in the Evolution of the Human Mind is Richard Bucke's theory that our mental states are evolving and that to date… more
Conversations with Meister Eckhart   Conversations with Meister Eckhart
Meister Eckhart with Simon Parke

An imagined conversation with the famous 13th century mystic, on detachment, spirituality, God, the soul and suffering. While the conversation is imagined,… more
Is er leven na de dood? Een nieuwe visie   Is er leven na de dood? Een nieuwe visie
Sjoerd L. Bonting

De vraag “Is er leven na de dood?” heeft de mensheid beziggehouden gedurend duizenden jaren en wordt in vrijwel alle religies aan de orde gesteld. Geloof… more
The Forerunner   The Forerunner
Kahlil Gibran

The Forerunner is a collection of parables and aphorisms, which in true Eastern style draws on a world of kings, hermits, saints, slaves, deserts, animals… more
Experiences in Spiritualism with DD Home   Experiences in Spiritualism with DD Home
Viscount Adare

"Experiences in Spiritualism with D. D. Home" by Viscount Adare was printed privately in 1869 at the request of Adare's father, the Earl of Dunraven. In… more
At the Hour of Death   At the Hour of Death
Karlis Osis, Ph.D and Erlendur Haraldsson, Ph.D.

We can be certain that the body does not survive death. Once the heart stops circulating blood, the brain is no longer nourished and begins to decay. On… more
The Heart of the Mind   The Heart of the Mind
Jane Katra and Russell Targ

In this wide-ranging survey of spiritual insight, healer Jane Katra and physicist Russell Targ demystify consciousness transformation by showing how centuries… more
Afterlife Teaching From Stephen the Martyr   Afterlife Teaching From Stephen the Martyr
Michael Cocks

This book records seven years of conversations with the spirit of St. Stephen the Martyr, between 1974-80, Thomas Ashman, being the channel. The experience… more
Swan on a Black Sea   Swan on a Black Sea
Geraldine Cummins

Swan on a Black Sea is Geraldine Cummins final book which was first published in 1965. The book is an account - an afterlife communication, from… more
Glimpses of the Next State   Glimpses of the Next State
William Usborne Moore

Over the years, I have read at least 500 books dealing with various aspects of life after death – books on mediumship, near-death experiences, reincarnation,… more
On Benefits   On Benefits
Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Seneca wrote extensively during the last three years of his life and On Benefits was completed in this period. The work is divided into seven books, and… more
Electronic Contact with the Dead: What do the Voices Tell Us?   Electronic Contact with the Dead: What do the Voices Tell Us?
Anabela Cardoso

"Electronic Contact with the Dead: What do the Voices Tell Us?" is the culmination of twenty years of research into Instrumental Transcommunication (ITC),… more
This House is Haunted   This House is Haunted
Guy Lyon Playfair

Now the subject of two major Movies, “The Enfield Haunting” and “The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist. The story of the Enfield poltergeist… more
Heaven and Hell: A 2011 Abridged Edition   Heaven and Hell: A 2011 Abridged Edition
Emanuel Swedenborg with Simon Parke

This is an abridged version of Swedenborg’s original, which is about twice the length. When deciding what to omit, avoidance of repetition was usually… more
Earth's Cosmic Ascendancy: Spirit and Extraterrestrials Guide us through Times of Change   Earth's Cosmic Ascendancy: Spirit and Extraterrestrials Guide us through Times of Change
Goerge E. Moss

This book is about NOW—a time of unprecedented change and challenge. My fifty years as innovative scientist have enmeshed with two decades of séance group… more
The Dark Star   The Dark Star
Lord Dowding

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… more
The Flying Cow:  Exploring the Psychic World of Brazil   The Flying Cow: Exploring the Psychic World of Brazil
Guy Lyon Playfair

When The Flying Cow was first published in 1975, it revealed a world of psychic wonders in Brazil hitherto barely explored by outsiders. Author… more
Conversations with Mozart   Conversations with Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with Simon Parke

‘Conversations with Mozart’ is an imagined conversation with the man behind the music who died largely unnoticed at the age of 35. But while the questions… more
Heaven and Hell Unveiled: Updates from the World of Spirit.   Heaven and Hell Unveiled: Updates from the World of Spirit.
Stafford Betty

Heaven and hell—are they real places, or are they fantasies invented to inspire good behavior and overcome our fear of dying? In this book Stafford Betty,… more
UFOs: Reframing the Debate	  UFOs: Reframing the Debate
Robbie Graham

IF YOU LIKE YOUR UFO LITERATURE TO CONFIRM WHAT YOU ALREADY ‘KNOW,’ THIS IS NOT THE BOOK FOR YOU! more
Deathbed Visions   Deathbed Visions
Sir William Barrett

During his 50 years of psychical research, Sir William Fletcher Barrett (February 10, 1884 – May 26, 1925) observed many types of phenomena. In his reminiscences,… more
Hidden Man   Hidden Man
Paul Beard

As a long-standing member of the Society for Psychical Research and President of the College for Psychic Studies, Paul Beard was an authority on psychical… more
The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism   The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism
Herbert Thurston

The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism by Herbert Thurston is the result of the author’s tireless study of a wide range of psychic phenomena, including,… more
The Enneagram   The Enneagram
Simon Parke

The Enneagram is a time-honoured way of understanding personality types and human behavior. It is both ancient and modern. Developed over 1500 years… more
Coincidence: a Matter of Chance - or Synchronicity?   Coincidence: a Matter of Chance - or Synchronicity?
Brian Inglis

Life is full of coincidences, some are minor, but often, like the one above, they are extraordinary. Whether they are random events or meaningful cosmic… more
Meditations   Meditations
Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius wrote his "Meditations" around AD 170 to 180, while on a campaign in central Europe, most probably in what is now Serbia, Hungary and Austria.… more
The Departed Among the Living: An Investigative Study of Afterlife Encounters   The Departed Among the Living: An Investigative Study of Afterlife Encounters
Erlendur Haraldsson, Ph. D.

From earliest times, people have speculated about what happens when they and their loved ones die. Their views vary from certainty about life after death… more
Resurrection   Resurrection
Leo Tolstoy

Published in 1900, Resurrection is Tolstoy’s final large-scale novel. It’s a morally-driven tale of personal redemption, featuring fewer characters… more
23 Tales   23 Tales
Leo Tolstoy

In this book, we see Tolstoy’s love of the short story, whether for children or adults; and witness the secret of simplicity and transparency of style,… more
Last Letters from the Living Dead Man   Last Letters from the Living Dead Man
Elsa Barker

The final book in Elsa Barker's Living Dead Man trilogy, containing letters written under automatic writing, from a Los Angeles judge who had recently… more
Letters From a Living Dead Man: The Anthology   Letters From a Living Dead Man: The Anthology
Elsa Barker

Critics sometimes complain that we get nothing meaningful from spirit communication. They say that it is just bits of obscure information and trivia that… more
The Imprisoned Splendour   The Imprisoned Splendour
Raynor C. Johnson

The title The Imprisoned Splendour derives from the author’s conviction that there is a world of unfolding "spiritual" potentiality interpenetrating… more
The Survival of the Soul and Its Evolution After Death   The Survival of the Soul and Its Evolution After Death
Pierre-Emile Cornillier

Pierre Emile Cornillier (1862 - 1942) was a French artist who had an interest in psychical research. One day in 1912, he noticed that Reine, an 18-year-old… more
Faith and the Placebo Effect: An Argument for Self-Healing   Faith and the Placebo Effect: An Argument for Self-Healing
Lolette Kuby, Ph.D

In this groundbreaking book, author Lolette Kuby—poet, cultural critic, and activist—raises a prophetic voice against the madness of conventional medicine,… more
Writing on the Ground   Writing on the Ground
Wellesley Tudor Pole

In "Writing on the Ground", Wellesley Tudor Pole continues where he left off in "A Man Seen Afar". more
Natural and Supernatural: A History of the Paranormal from the Earliest Times to 1914   Natural and Supernatural: A History of the Paranormal from the Earliest Times to 1914
Brian Inglis

Did Moses turn rods into serpents? Does Uri Geller bend spoons? Did Socrates and Joan of Arc have spirit guides? Did Daniel Home levitate? The 1970’s provided… more
More Things you Can do When You’re Dead: What Can You Truly Believe?   More Things you Can do When You’re Dead: What Can You Truly Believe?
Tricia. J. Robertson

In this eagerly awaited sequel to her successful "Things You Can Do When You’re Dead", foremost psychical investigator Tricia Robertson digs deeper into… more
Private Dowding: The personal story of a soldier killed in battle   Private Dowding: The personal story of a soldier killed in battle
Wellesley Tudor Pole

Private Thomas Dowding, a 37-year-old British soldier, was killed on the battlefield in WWI. On March 12, 1917, he began communicating through the mediumship… more
Gone West: Three Narratives of After-Death Experiences   Gone West: Three Narratives of After-Death Experiences
J. S. M. Ward

John Sebastian Marlow Ward, also known as J. S. M., had a vision early in December 1913 in which he learned of the death of his father-in-law, H. J. L.… more
The Afterlife Explorers: Volume 1: The Pioneers of Psychical Research   The Afterlife Explorers: Volume 1: The Pioneers of Psychical Research
Michael Tymn

I have been asked more than a few times why so much of what I write about life after death, psychical research, and related paranorml subjects has to do… more
Lychgate: The Entrance to the Path   Lychgate: The Entrance to the Path
Lord Dowding

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… more
Work While Ye Have the Light   Work While Ye Have the Light
Leo Tolstoy

‘Work while ye have the light,’ is Tolstoys fictional Christian tale, set in the 1st century AD. more
A Dog's View of Love, Life, and Death   A Dog's View of Love, Life, and Death
J. R. Archer

In "A Dog's View of Love, Life, and Death," Human beings, thinking they know the answers to many of life’s big questions, continue to make the same mistakes… more
Super Joy   Super Joy
Paul Pearsall, Ph.D.

Super Joy goes far beyond happiness or contentment. It is the regular and enduring celebration of the delight of daily living, the savoring of the… more
DD Home: His Life, His Mission   DD Home: His Life, His Mission
Madam Home, edited by Arthur Conan Doyle

The life of DD Home, who has been called ‘the greatest physical medium in history', is recounted here by his second wife, revealing a virtual who's who… more
After Death: Letters From Julia   After Death: Letters From Julia
W. T. Stead

In 1892, William Stead discovered he had the gift of automatic writing and it was then that a discarnate entity claiming to be Julia Ames began to write… more
If Morning Never Comes: A Soldier's Near-Death Experience on the Battlefield   If Morning Never Comes: A Soldier's Near-Death Experience on the Battlefield
Bill Vandenbush

A tragedy of war nearly destroyed my life, but a force intervened and has guided me on an incredible lifelong journey. My Near-Death Experience took me… more
Patience Worth: A Psychic Mystery   Patience Worth: A Psychic Mystery
Casper S. Yost

ON a July evening in 1913 two women of St. Louis sat with a Ouija board upon their knees. The result of what was to come has remained one of the biggest… more
The Kingdom of God is Within You   The Kingdom of God is Within You
Leo Tolstoy

Tolstoy’s most significant work of non-fiction is a passionate defence of his position on non-violence. The book had a powerful infuence on Gandhi and… more
The Ethics of Diet   The Ethics of Diet
Howard Williams

This history of vegetarianism, as told through the writings of some of history's great thinkers and writers, includes authors from antiquity, such as Plutarch,… more
The Imitation of Christ   The Imitation of Christ
Thomas à Kempis with Simon Parke

The Imitation of Christ has won for itself a variety of celebrity admirers. John Wesley and John Newton were men of the Evangelical wing of the… more
Forbidden Words   Forbidden Words
Leo Tolstoy, edited by Simon Parke

Seven short works Tolstoy which he was never allowed to publish in his native Russia. Published in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Tolstoy’s death. more
My Religion   My Religion
Leo Tolstoy

Tolstoy develops his attack on the church he has left in this book. He accuses them of hiding the true meaning of Jesus, which is to be found in the Sermon… more
Silver Screen Saucers: Sorting Fact from Fantasy in Hollywood's UFO Movies   Silver Screen Saucers: Sorting Fact from Fantasy in Hollywood's UFO Movies
Robbie Graham

More so than any other medium, cinema has shaped our expectations of potential alien life and visitation. From "The Day the Earth Stood Still" and "Close… more
Christ in You   Christ in You
Anonymous

Christ in You is a rare treasure sent to us from a higher plane of consciousness. We are told at the beginning of the book that this physical dimension… more
The Shining Brother   The Shining Brother
Laurence Temple

"The Shining Brother," first published more than 50 years ago, remains as fresh as ever thanks to it's dynamic but gentle message. It includes many scripts… more
Beyond Human Personality   Beyond Human Personality
Geraldine Cummins

In this sequel to The Road to Immortality, Geraldine Cummins continues to relay messages from a deceased entity purporting to be the eminent psychologist… more
Portraits From Beyond: The Mediumship of the Bangs Sisters   Portraits From Beyond: The Mediumship of the Bangs Sisters
N. Riley Heagerty

Within the little known ‘Century of Wonders’ between 1848 and 1948 in America, the physical phenomena manifesting in the séance rooms of the great psychic… more
The Highest State of Consciousness   The Highest State of Consciousness
John W. White

In this anthology John White brings together a diverse collection of writings by contemporary thinkers such as Aldous Huxley, P.D. Ouspensky, Alan Watts,… more
The Death View Revolution: A Guide to Transpersonal Experiences Surrounding Death   The Death View Revolution: A Guide to Transpersonal Experiences Surrounding Death
Madelaine Lawrence, Ph.D.

Reports and studies of near-death experiences, death-bed communications, after-death communications and a host of other transpersonal experiences occurring… more
You are History: The Soul, The Higher Self, and our Share of Divinity   You are History: The Soul, The Higher Self, and our Share of Divinity
Gordon Phinn

The third in the "Eternal Life" trilogy, "You are History: The Soul, The Higher Self, and our Share of Divinity" continues Gordon’s musings from the physical… more
 
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