Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Recommended Readings about the Summerlands

Anonymous wood engraving first published in 1888 in L'atmosphère: Météorologie Populaire by Camille Flammarion


"I don't see how there can be life after death.
There can't be any; there is no life after death
because there is no death.
It is just a continuation of life." 
~ Ernest Holmes (Love & Law)


A reader of The Risen recently asked for recommendations for good reads about life after life. Here are a few, and if anyone has others to recommend, please do share about them with us.

"Where Two Worlds Meet" and other books by Arthur Findlay

Also - the works of Robert James Lees

Also - Riley Heagerty's The French Revelation - about Emily French

4 Comments:

At Mon May 23, 04:52:00 PM 2011, Blogger Richard Ashton said...

Hi August and Tim, can you please comment on the information presented in "The Urantia Book"? I am currently really enjoying reading "Life After Death in the Worlds Unseen" and am looking forward to reading Part 2 and then "Facts" all from Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson.

Thanks. Richard

 
At Mon May 23, 09:17:00 PM 2011, Blogger August Goforth said...

Our recommendation is to not waste your time with it, unless you have an historical interest in such things. It's clear it was generated by lower level entities, who are nonetheless brilliant in their own weird ways and whose agenda is to play tricks and pull people's legs, and lead them down meaningless untruthful paths. August has a copy of the book, but also a copy of Martin Gardner's exhaustive investigative study of it, also called "Urantia" if you're going to pursue it,

See our discussion on the diakka, which is a Spirit name for them; also search for the same term on our blog here.

 
At Wed May 25, 05:36:00 PM 2011, Blogger Richard Ashton said...

Ok. Thanks. If I may ask another question please, what is your assessment of the information as presented in "Life After Death in the Worlds Unseen" parts 1 and 2 and "Facts" as presented by Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson?

As always, than you for your continued guidance.
Richard

 
At Thu May 26, 04:48:00 PM 2011, Blogger August Goforth said...

Monsignor Benson has done presented an especially exquisite rendering of the facts; however, there really is no way to even begin to adequately describe what would seem like the miraculous, using our un-spiritual language.

 

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