“There shall be a morning when I shall be removed, and men shall be on with their tasks. The same sun shall lick the paves, and the same shadows fill them. The very winds which now encircle me, shall dance the earth, and I shall be removed. The hand which is the tool of love shall be still, and my tongue no longer left to sing. There shall be a morning when I shall be removed, when men shall behold me singing forth from the script which idly blows apart, or is turned by a listless finger, and they shall hark, and I shall smile in understanding of God’s mercy.” Patience Worth
The Death View Revolution: A Guide to Transpersonal Experiences Surrounding Death by Madelaine Lawrence
Reports and studies of near-death experiences, death-bed communications, after-death communications and a host of other transpersonal experiences occurring near death are creating a new paradigm challenging our exclusive biological and psychological understanding of death and near-death. Read more...
The French Revelation by N. Riley Heagerty “Back in the past centuries, when the world of spirit had not its present development, there was little original inventive thought. Man built a shelter, killed his food, and fought his enemies, as any animal does. As the spirit-world progressed, and became more intelligent; as it obtained greater understanding, and grasped, with greater power, the life forces, or, in other words, more power of thought, and more ability to help mortal development, then, by reason of spirit-suggestion, acting through man’s sub-conscious mind, he began to feel an awakening for something better, and the process of civilization began.”
Is There Marriage in the Afterlife? by Michael Tymn: “Until death do us part” is a pledge in marriage liturgy, but there have been many messages from the spirit world suggesting that such is not always the case. That is, love bonds often continue after death. Read more
Was Eusapia Palladino Fact or Fiction? by Michael Tymn: As Michael Schmicker, the author of the recently-released "The Witch of Napoli," states, his book is a work of fiction. However, its inspiration was the true-life story of Eusapia Palladino (1854 – 1918),… Read more