Let not Dame Bertha or Sir Martin think, on seeing one man rob, and one give alms, that they behold them as they seem to God; or that one may get up, and this one fall.”
~ Dante, Paradiso XIII: The Divine Comedy
Towards the Unknown: Memoir of a Psychical Researcher by 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 research.
In a career spanning more than six decades Haraldsson worked with past luminaries such as J. B. Rhine, one of the founders of parapsychology and Ian Stevenson, whose work with children claiming past life experiences, has spawned much of the today’s reincarnation research
Poverty in the Afterlife by Edward C. Randall One who has given all or nearly all of his time and thought to material things has so much to learn on arriving here, that it is a comparatively long time before he begins to ‘find’ himself sufficiently to understand and enjoy the spiritual life.
“Daemon” by Brian Inglis SOCRATES
After his judges had found him guilty of corrupting the youth of Athens, Socrates explained why he did not intend to dispute their verdict:
No One Really Dies: A Preview by Michael Tymn: When my very skeptical friend Jim found out that I had authored another book, "No One Really Dies," we had our usual discussion. I didn’t record the conversation, but it went something like this: Read more