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There is not a grain of dust, not an atom that can become nothing, yet man believes that death is the annihilation of his being.”
~ Arthur Schopenhauer

The Secret Testament of Julian: A Novel by Simon Parke
The Secret Testament of Julian
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 twentieth century. A fourteenth century anchoress in Norwich, she lived in a cell for forty years, surrounded by savage plague, political inequality and religious bigotry. Yet Julian gave the world one of its most famous calls to hope: ‘All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well.’ Who was she? Read more...
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Scientism   The Menace of Scientism by Brian Inglis
I was brought up to regard science almost as a religion. It was not preached to my generation; it was taught us as the truth.
  Poverty in the Afterlife by Edward C Randall
One who attempts to change or modify the thoughts, ambitions and desires of mankind, is undertaking a great task. The American people, more than any other, are taught from infancy that the desired goal is wealth – material wealth – and, such is the prodigality of the times, money is necessary for the pace that is set. Money – the ring and shine of gold becomes alluring, and the ambition of each is for its accumulation
  ‘Patience Worth’ and Auto-suggestion by Brian Inglis
 
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Afterlife Teachings from an Advanced Spirit by Michael Tymn: After Lord Adare’s 1869 book about the amazing mediumship of Daniel Dunglas Home was released, William Stainton Moses, an Anglican priest, referred to it as the “dreariest twaddle” and just so much “stuff… Read more
Stephen the Martyr on Paying our debts, with love. by Michael Cocks: 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… Read more
Suicide or Murder? Clairvoyance or a Mother’s Intuition? by Michael Tymn: The key issue involving the death of James Sutton, a 22-year-old newly commissioned second lieutenant in the Marine Corps, was whether or not he had committed suicide. Read more
Channeling Stephen the Martyr: On Love and Faith versus the blasphemy of a wrathful God. by Michael Cocks: 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… Read more
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