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Posted on 06 November 2018, 17:14

Immediately after the Second World War, in 1946,  Aldous Huxley published a much praised book, The Perennial Philosophy, where he attempted to describe what was in common between the world’s great religions.  It is perhaps an oversimplification, but words of St Paul give us the…

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Near Death Experiences and Synchronicity

Posted on 11 October 2018, 11:10

Researchers trying to prove the reality off NDEs beyond reasonable doubt, have been baffled by things NOT seen in an NDE, like symbols painted over an operating table lamp, invisible except from the ceiling where the alleged NDEr is said to hover,  or when the NDEr reports an object that is NOT…

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Channeling Stephen the Martyr: The Tree of Life and the Point of Unfolding

Posted on 24 September 2018, 8:47

Stephen: In what way may I best assist?

Michael:  The point of unfolding, in each of us.  [I am asking him where we are at, in our spiritual journeys.

Stephen: The unfolding, and the point of unfolding [in each of us]:

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Channeling Stephen the Martyr: UFOs and “Love that is the flood.”

Posted on 04 September 2018, 7:51

During the seven years of our conversations with the spirit of Stephen the Martyr, through trance medium Tom Ashman, we experienced numerous striking synchronicities…

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Stephen the Martyr on Paying our debts, with love.

Posted on 13 August 2018, 8:44

Most of us have episodes in our lives which make us feel ashamed.  We can judge ourselves harshly, and wonder what consequences there may be for us in the afterlife, or in a future incarnation. Hindus are not the only people who believe in Karma or consequences. When churches present a number…

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Channeling Stephen the Martyr: On Love and Faith versus the blasphemy of a wrathful God.

Posted on 01 August 2018, 10:17

As I read once again a transcript of a conversation with the spirit of St Stephen the Martyr in the 1970s, I feel once more on holy ground. I feel the strength of his loving personality. I feel again his love but also my incompleteness.

Stephen: recognise the love of the Father…

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Is there development in the realm of Spirit?

Posted on 12 July 2018, 7:34

Before we discuss this question, may I remind readers that what follows is a recording of a single occasion in years of conversations with the spirit of Stephen the Martyr, Thomas Ashman being the medium. Linguists, historians and theologians have studied the dialectical Greek that Stephen used on…

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Healing, “Dying to Self and Rising with Christ”

Posted on 20 June 2018, 8:28

St Paul’s “Dying to Self and risiing with Christ” are words that can come “trippingly on the tongue” in the words of Hamlet. But how many of us actually do this?

As for myself, involved in all those conversations with the long deceased, Stephen the Martyr in the 1970’s, I am acutely aware…

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Stephen the Martyr: Shedding the skin of the snake

Posted on 04 June 2018, 14:20

The problem for growing snakes is that as they grow, their skins don’t, so every once in a while their skins begin to split, and the snake wriggles itself out, so that a new and more roomy skin may develop.

Spiritual teachers sometimes use this snake thing as a picture of what has to happen…

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The Void, Zero Point Field, and the Holographic Universe

Posted on 12 May 2018, 7:20

The simple truth is that All-That-Is is timeless, spaceless, and indivisible creative Mind or Spirit. This Spirit, this Christ, creates events in Spirit, but also events involving time, space and energy. Plato said the same thing, when he said that physical events are brought into being by “Ideal…

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“Children and the Light” by Peter and Elizabeth Fenwick – ALF Rose had this experience many years ago when he was ill with pneumonia as a young child of four or five. Suddenly I was out of my body and floating near the top of the window in my bedroom. I could see myself in bed and my mother kneeling at the side of the bed. She was crying and looked very distressed. I gazed at this scene for a little while and remember that I didn't feel any emotion at all and was completely indifferent to what I saw. Without any warning at all I was travelling very swiftly through a dense forest. Read here
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