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 research and in particular the study of life after death. He wrote numerous books on the subject including his trilogy, Survival Of Death, Living On, and Hidden Man, followed by Inner Eye, Listening Ear. During his lifetime study the author followed the evidence wherever it took him; ‘sitting’ with many mediums he gained their confidence and meticulously recorded what he discovered. The result is a comprehensive account of our most important questions; Why are we here? Do we have a karmic footprint? What happens after we physically die?
As a result of his studies Beard was enthusiastic about his impending death. In 1986, three years before his passing he wrote: “Whatever is learned on earth, or we think has been learned, the path still winds forward, the quest goes on. The horizons extend, not diminish.”
“You find it difficult to believe that the sickness, loneliness or tribulation you suffer is the result of your own soul’s wish, but it is so. Never blame other people for your troubles. Always look within . . . then the reason for the condition which limits you will become clear and you will see the work you have to do within yourself”. ~ A Mentor
About the author
Paul Beard (14 October 1904 – 9 June 2002) was an English author and was the president of the College of Psychic Studies. Beard was based in London, England, for sixteen years.
The organization was devoted to finding in spiritualism evidence of life after death. During his tenure as a member and president Beard wrote an article that was published in Spiritual Frontiers in 1970 on “How to Guard Against Possession.” During this research he experimented extensively with using an ouija board.
Beard has written a trilogy of books analyzing the evidence for and against the survival of the human soul after death. He made a lifetime study of psychical research. He was also a member of the Society for Psychical Research.
Publisher: White Crow Books
Published December 2015
Size: 203 x127