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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.
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
A Buddhist Bible   A Buddhist Bible
Dwight Goddard

Dwight Goddard’s collection of translations of a cross-section of Buddhist traditions was a fundamental part of the importation of Buddhism into the USA… more
The Hidden Door: Understanding and Controlling Dreams   The Hidden Door: Understanding and Controlling Dreams
Peter and Elizabeth Fenwick

BACK IN PRINT! In this remarkable exploration of the mysterious world of dreams, Peter and Elizabeth Fenwick gather the latest research to show… more
What You Will: An Inner Journey with Shakespeare   What You Will: An Inner Journey with Shakespeare
Braham Murray

“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players …” more
The North American Indian Orpheus Tradition: Native Afterlife Myths and Their Origins   The North American Indian Orpheus Tradition: Native Afterlife Myths and Their Origins
Ake Hultkrantz

“Visionaries who have made their way to the realm of the dead and then returned have told of its secrets.” In this scholarly but highly readable book,… more
A Vision of the Aquarian Age   A Vision of the Aquarian Age
George Trevelyan

We are happy to reissue Sir George Trevelyan’s trilogy, A Vision of the Aquarian Age, Operation Redemption, and Exploration into God.… 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
One Minute Meditation   One Minute Meditation
Simon Parke

A book of short meditations for use wherever you find yourself - on the bus, at the doctors, in your bedroom or by the pool. The third in Simon’s One-Minute… more
The Enfield Poltergeist Tapes: One of the most disturbing cases in history. What really happened?   The Enfield Poltergeist Tapes: One of the most disturbing cases in history. What really happened?
Dr Melvyn J. Willin

Do not buy this book if you want to read a biased account of the famous Enfield Poltergeist case from 1977 through to 1978. 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
Heaven Revised   Heaven Revised
Eliza B. Duffey

Heaven Revised is a narrative of the change we call death. It appears Eliza Duffey was a gifted medium with the ability to connect with spirit and… 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
The Truth in the Light   The Truth in the Light
Peter Fenwick and Elizabeth Fenwick

Most of us at the very least wonder about our own immortality and many people are convinced that there is something beyond death, beyond the blackness… more
A Hearse at Midnight: An Abbot Peter Mystery   A Hearse at Midnight: An Abbot Peter Mystery
Simon Parke

‘Daffodils freeze and shrubs cry in Stormhaven. They call it ‘The Beast from the East’ and the temperature’s unholy; it crucifies all with cruel nails… 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
The Unknown Guest: The Mystery of Intuition   The Unknown Guest: The Mystery of Intuition
Brian Inglis and Ruth West

Throughout the ages people have sensed the existence of a benevolent force intervening from time to time in their lives as if to offer them help and protection… more
The Life Beyond the Veil: The Highlands of Heaven: Volume 2   The Life Beyond the Veil: The Highlands of Heaven: Volume 2
Rev. George Vale Owen

The now famous Vale Owen messages began after the mother of the Vicar of Orford, the Rev. George Vale Owen, passed away in 1909. Shortly afterwards, Vale… more
Into the Wider Dream: Synchronicity in the Witness Box   Into the Wider Dream: Synchronicity in the Witness Box
Michael Cocks

"It is probably true to say that all world religions believe that life-changing meaningful coincidences, or synchronicities, are signs that our lives are… more
Psi in Psychotherapy: Conventional and Nonconventional Healing of Mental Illness   Psi in Psychotherapy: Conventional and Nonconventional Healing of Mental Illness
Alex Tanous, Elaine Schwinge and Andrew F. Bambrick

Dr Alex Tanous (1926-1990) was a renewed international lecturer on the topics of well-being, creativity and parapsychology. A self-professed psychic, he… more
Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead   Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead
Konstantin Raudive

BACK IN PRINT! with a Foreword by Anabela Cardoso In 2021, the 50th anniversary of the first publication of "Breakthrough," “What happens after… more
Eternity Revisited: Messages on Life from my Near-Death Experience   Eternity Revisited: Messages on Life from my Near-Death Experience
Joseph B. Geraci, PhD

In the 21st century, with the advent of the internet, we now have access to thousands of accounts of near-death experiences across many cultures, from… 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
The Power of Dreams   The Power of Dreams
Brian Inglis

Why do we dream? How have dreams helped inspire creative artists? How useful are they in daily problem solving? What evidence is there for second sight… more
Psychic Adventures in New York   Psychic Adventures in New York
Neville Whymant

When he and his wife were invited to the New York City Park Avenue home of Judge and Mrs William Cannon for a dinner party during October 1926, Dr Neville… 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
The Spiritualist Prime Minister: Volume 1: Mackenzie King and the New Revelation   The Spiritualist Prime Minister: Volume 1: Mackenzie King and the New Revelation
Anton Wagner, PhD

Mackenzie King was Canada’s longest-serving Prime Minister from 1922 to 1930 and from 1935 to 1948. Historians have ranked him as Canada’s greatest Prime… more
Life Eternal   Life Eternal
W. T. Stead

BACK IN PRINT: VINTAGE EDITION Continuing on from his books, "After Death: Letter from Julia" and "The Blue Island," pioneering journalist, William… 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
Poltergeist Parallels and Contagion   Poltergeist Parallels and Contagion
Darren W. Ritson

More fifteen years after the famous South Shields Poltergeist case of 2006, and its well-received book, "The South Shields Poltergeist: One Families Fight… more
Conversations on Awakening: Part Two   Conversations on Awakening: Part Two
Iain McNay and Renate McNay

This book contains 12 unique accounts of Awakening. They are all taken from transcripts of interviews that were made for conscious.tv. more
The Road to Immortality   The Road to Immortality
Geraldine Cummins

The Road to Immortality provides the reader with a sublime vision of the afterlife, allegedly communicated from ‘other side’ by the eminent psychologist… more
When did you ever become less by dying? AFTERLIFE: The Evidence   When did you ever become less by dying? AFTERLIFE: The Evidence
Stafford Betty

In this book Professor Stafford Betty pulls together the best evidences for survival of death. The very best, he maintains, come from psychical research.… more
Claims of Reincarnation: An Empirical Study of Cases in India   Claims of Reincarnation: An Empirical Study of Cases in India
Satwant K. Pasricha, PhD

"Claims of Reincarnation" is one of the foremost works to have been published in India during the latter part of the twentieth century. Dr. Satwant Pasricha… more
Heretics   Heretics
GK Chesterton

In this protest against a purely rationalist view of the universe, Chesterton rails against ‘the great mental destruction’, in which everything is denied,… more
The Life Beyond the Veil: The Lowlands of Heaven: Volume 1   The Life Beyond the Veil: The Lowlands of Heaven: Volume 1
Rev. George Vale Owen

The now famous Vale-Owen messages began after the mother of the Vicar of Orford, the Rev. George Vale Owen, passed away in 1909. Shortly afterwards, Vale… 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
On Life   On Life
Leo Tolstoy

Tolstoy wrote this book as a philosophical and religious search for an understanding of life beyond scientific formulae, and as part of his search for… more
Mind-Dust and White Crows: The Psychical Research of William James   Mind-Dust and White Crows: The Psychical Research of William James
William James with Gregory Shushan

"Mind Dust and White Crows" bridges the illusory divide, placing James’s widely accepted works on mystical experience, theories of the soul, immortality,… 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
Shining Light on Transcendence: The unconventional journey of a Neuroscientist   Shining Light on Transcendence: The unconventional journey of a Neuroscientist
Peter Fenwick

What is consciousness? How does it relate to the brain, to the mind? Does it even extend beyond them? And if so, might those experiences — telepathy, extrasensory… more
Frontiers of the Afterlife   Frontiers of the Afterlife
Edward C Randall

Edward C.Randall documents information received from 'Spirit' during over 700 sittings with the 'Direct Voice Medium' Emily French. 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
Indridi Indridason: The Icelandic Physical Medium   Indridi Indridason: The Icelandic Physical Medium
Erlendur Haraldsson and Loftur Gissurarson

The authors´ preoccupation with Indridi Indridason spans several decades. Erlendur Haraldsson first read about him in the 1960s, perhaps earlier. He joined… more
Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods   Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods
Budd Hopkins

BACK IN PRINT! First published in 1987, when it spent four weeks on the "New York Times" Best Seller list, "Intruders" remains one of the most powerful… 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
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
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 Upanishads (Revised Edition)   The Upanishads (Revised Edition)
Alistair Shearer and Peter Russell

The Upanishads are key texts of the ageless wisdom known as the Perennial Philosophy. This lucid new translation presents selections from the eleven traditionally… 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 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
It's Life And Death, But Not As You Know It!: From the Unbelievable to the Bizarre   It's Life And Death, But Not As You Know It!: From the Unbelievable to the Bizarre
Tricia. J. Robertson

Following on from “Things You Can Do When You’re Dead!” and “More Things You Can Do When You’re Dead!” Scottish psychical researcher Tricia Robertson's… more
Sunflowers at my Table: War Diaries of a Ukrainian Community   Sunflowers at my Table: War Diaries of a Ukrainian Community
Amber Poole

On February 24, 2022, war broke out in Ukraine when Russia invaded parts of the country. It started with a barrage of bombing of major Ukrainian cities.… 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
Spiritual World   Spiritual World
Kahlil Gibran

This edition of Kahlil Gibran's works includes The Prophet, The Forerunner, The Madman and Sand and Foam. 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
Another Bloody Retreat: Abbot Peter's desert years   Another Bloody Retreat: Abbot Peter's desert years
Simon parke

‘What was it like in the desert, abbot?’ asks Rosemary. And, in a way, this book is his answer. more
The PSI Mind in Action: Exploring the Powers of the Human Mind beyond the Brain   The PSI Mind in Action: Exploring the Powers of the Human Mind beyond the Brain
Robert A. Charman

Following Robert A. Charman’s previous book Telepathy, Clairvoyance, and Precognition, The Psi Mind in Action explores the extraordinary powers… more
God’s Fingerprints: Impressions of Near Death Experiences   God’s Fingerprints: Impressions of Near Death Experiences
Jody Long

The Near Death Experience or N.D.E. is becoming the most talked about phenomenon of the 21st century. All over the world people experience life threatening… 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
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
The Death of Ivan Ilyich   The Death of Ivan Ilyich
Leo Tolstoy

The Death of Ivan Ilyich is Tolstoy's attack on the smug satisfaction of a middle and upper-class population, who in his mind live artificial meaningless… more
Missing Time: A Documented Study of UFO Abductions   Missing Time: A Documented Study of UFO Abductions
Budd Hopkins

BACK IN PRINT! Originally published in 1981, this pioneering work by Budd Hopkins was the first focused study of an enigma that would come to captivate… 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
To Die is Gain: Near-Death Experience and the Art of Dying Before We Die   To Die is Gain: Near-Death Experience and the Art of Dying Before We Die
Johann Christoph Hampe

Simultaneous with Raymond Moody’s landmark book "Life After Life," Johann Christoph Hampe independently “discovered” near-death experiences in the 1970s.… more
The Heyday of Mental Mediumship: 1880s – 1930s: Investigators, Mediums and Communicators   The Heyday of Mental Mediumship: 1880s – 1930s: Investigators, Mediums and Communicators
Alan Gauld

There have been important mediums and researchers throughout the history of psychical research in many parts of the world, but the period from the 1880s… 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
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
Call me Lucifer: Dialogues with a Noble Stranger   Call me Lucifer: Dialogues with a Noble Stranger
Eileen J. Garrett

"Call me Lucifer: Dialogues with a Noble Stranger," features Garrett’s writings about her encounters with this Noble Stranger, and reflections on her intellectual… 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
The Attraction of Peyote: Native American Psychedelic Spiritualities   The Attraction of Peyote: Native American Psychedelic Spiritualities
Ake Hultkrantz

“Drugs in different forms have served as stimulants for ecstasy in shamanism since archaic times.” "The Attraction of Peyote" is an unrivalled exploration… more
What Happens When You Die   What Happens When You Die
Robert Crookall

BACK IN PRINT! Following on from "The Supreme Adventure" and "Events on the Threshold of the After Life", "What Happens When You Die" documents… 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
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 Other World   The Other World
Albert Pauchard

The Other World is a vision of the afterlife transmitted from Albert Pauchard, shortly after he passed away in 1934. Pauchard was the president… more
Inner Eye, Listening Ear: An Exploration into Mediumship   Inner Eye, Listening Ear: An Exploration into Mediumship
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
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
The Cosmic View: The Teachings of a Catholic Mystic   The Cosmic View: The Teachings of a Catholic Mystic
Andrew Glazewski with Paul Kieniewicz

In "The Cosmic View," Andrew Glazewski – much loved priest and mystic, introduces us to a vision of who we essentially are – cosmic beings, beyond space… more
Reincarnation as a Scientific Concept: Scholarly Evidence for Past Lives   Reincarnation as a Scientific Concept: Scholarly Evidence for Past Lives
Dr. K.S. Rawat and Titus Rivas, M.A., M.Sc.

"Reincarnation as a Scientific Concept" focuses on the question of whether reincarnation should be recognized as a serious subject by the contemporary… more
A Confession   A Confession
Leo Tolstoy

Tolstoy wrote this book to explain an existential crisis he passed through soon after the publication of his greatest novels, in which he searched for… 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
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
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
The Case for Possession: Do the Dead Influence the Living?   The Case for Possession: Do the Dead Influence the Living?
Cynthia Pettiward

In "The Case for Possession" Cynthia Pettiward suggests that depressed and psychotic states, both of mind and body, could sometimes be induced by agencies… more
Towards the Unknown: Memoir of a Psychical Researcher   Towards the Unknown: Memoir of a Psychical Researcher
Erlendur Haraldsson

In the world of parapsychology and psychical research Erlendur Haraldsson may well be remembered as one of the great investigators, particularly in field… more
PSI WARS:  TED, Wikipedia and the Battle for the Internet   PSI WARS: TED, Wikipedia and the Battle for the Internet
Craig Weiler

BACK IN PRINT! SECOND EDITION. When TED, the global media platform, took down scientist Rupert Sheldrake’s lecture, “The Science Delusion,” deeming… 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
Life Before Life: Is There Life Before Birth? 750 Cases of Hypnosis   Life Before Life: Is There Life Before Birth? 750 Cases of Hypnosis
Helen Wambach, PhD

BACK IN PRINT! In "Life After life," psychologist Helen Wambach, PhD, documents cases from 750 past-life group hypnotherapy sessions. 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
Paracoustics: Sound & the Paranormal   Paracoustics: Sound & the Paranormal
Edited by Steven T. Parsons and Callum E. Cooper

From the chain-rattling ghost of Pliny’s first century Athens and things that go bump in the night, to 21st century electronic voice phenomena, sound has… 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
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
The Final Choice: Death or Transcendence?   The Final Choice: Death or Transcendence?
Michael Grosso

These are dangerous times and history seems to be accelerating—toward what? It’s starting to look like a big crash. No, not a clash of civilizations but… more
If This be Magic: The Forgotten Power of Hypnosis   If This be Magic: The Forgotten Power of Hypnosis
Guy Lyon Playfair

In 1951, a young hospital doctor treated a patient suffering from a rare and debilitating skin disease - thought to be incurable - with a single session… more
The Secret Testament of Julian   The Secret Testament of Julian
Simon Parke

Julian of Norwich was the first woman in the world to write a book in English, and yet had largely disappeared from view until her rediscovery during the… more
New Thinking Allowed Dialogues: UFOs and UAP: Are we Really Alone?   New Thinking Allowed Dialogues: UFOs and UAP: Are we Really Alone?
Jeffrey Mishlove

In this anthology titled "UFOs and UAP: Are we Really Alone?" Jeff explores the increasingly compelling subject of Unidentified Flying Objects, or as it’s… more
The Afterlife Revealed: What Happens After We Die   The Afterlife Revealed: What Happens After We Die
Michael Tymn

n The Afterlife Revealed, Michael Tymn sets forth some of the most credible messages from the spirits relative to the nature of their world. Instead… more
Science and Parascience: A History of the Paranormal 1914-1939   Science and Parascience: A History of the Paranormal 1914-1939
Brian Inglis

"Science and Parascience" is a history of psychical research between1914 and 1939. It’s a sequel to "Natural and Supernatural: A History of the Paranormal… 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
Exploration into God   Exploration into God
George Trevelyan

“AN ELDER statesman of the New Age movement, Sir George Trevelyan saw the mission of his later years as an 'exploration into God'. From the moment when… more
The Spirits  Book   The Spirits Book
Allan Kardec

The Spirits book by Allan Kardec is arguably the ‘Bible of Spiritualism’. It contains 1019 questions and answers about the nature of reality, our place… more
 
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“Life After Death – The Communicator” by Paul Beard – If the telephone rings, naturally the caller is expected to identify himself. In post-mortem communication, necessitating something far more complex than a telephone, it is not enough to seek the speakers identity. One needs to estimate also as far as is possible his present status and stature. This involves a number of factors, overlapping and hard to keep separate, each bringing its own kind of difficulty. Four such factors can readily be named. Read here
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