After-Death Communications

After-Death Communications

L. M. Bazett

Chapters include: First Communications Received; Cases where some link with communicators existed; Cases where relations were present; Cases where relations were not present; Character sketches; Special relationships; Erroneous, confused and irrelevent matter; Guides; Super-normal sense-impressions; and, The Potential value of communication.

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Astral City

Astral City

Andre Luiz

Astral City is said to be dictated by the spirit Andre Luiz and psychographed by Chico Xavier, Brazil’s best-known and respected medium. The book is considered a great classic of spiritist literature. Engaging the reader from a first-person narrative, Andre Luiz delivers his impressions of the spirit world he encounters after his death.

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The Astral Plane

The Astral Plane

C. W. Leadbeater

On this guided tour of one of the “various planes of the universe,” you’ll meet black magicians, vampires, werewolves, elemental essences, fairies, and angels. You’ll encounter phenomena including churchyard ghosts, mysterious bell ringing, clairvoyance, second sight, spirit photographs, slate writing, and levitation. And you’ll learn why darkness is absolutely required at a seance.

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Beyond The Five Senses

Beyond The Five Senses

L. M. Bazett

Chapters include: Telepathy; The Sensitive And His World; The Working Of The Inner Sight; Seeing The Dead; Links Between The Living And The Dead; The Atmosphere Of Olden Days; Indications Of Our Larger Destiny; Seeing Into The Future; Seeing At A Distance; Healing And Clairvoyant Diagnosis; and, Death And The After-Life.

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The Blue Island: Experiences of a New Arrival Beyond the Veil

The Blue Island: Experiences of a New Arrival Beyond the Veil

W. T. Stead

On April 10, 1912, W. T. Stead boarded the S.S. Titanic bound from Southampton to New York, to take part in a peace congress at Carnegie Hall. On the morning of April 15 the ship struck an iceberg and Stead, along with hundreds of others, drowned. Ten years later, Stead’s daughter Estelle published this book which purported to be a communication with Stead via a medium, Pardoe Woodman. In the book, Stead described…

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The Dead Have Never Died

The Dead Have Never Died

Edward C. Randall

From the Foreword: ‘I have had strange experiences in my Psychic investigations during the last twenty years. Refusing to be limited by accepted laws, I have devoted my thought to conditions prevailing beyond what is generally termed the material, and by combining and blending the mental and vital, with the tangible or physical forces…

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Death and its Mystery

Death and its Mystery

Camille Flammarion

Volume I in a series that looks at life beyond the grave. Published in 1922, this book searches for proof of the existence of the soul. Lots of personal accounts. Chapters include: The Greatest Of Problems – Can It Actually Be Solved?; Materialism – An Erroneous, Incomplete, And Insufficient Doctrine; What Is Man? Does The Soul Exist?; Supra-Normal Faculties Of The Soul, Unknown Or Little…

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The Future Life as Described and Portrayed by Spirits

The Future Life as Described and Portrayed by Spirits

Elizabeth Sweet

From the Introduction: AT an early period of my investigations into spiritual intercourse, when I was but an inquirer and by no means a believer, I was invited to join a circle which had weekly meetings at the house of Mrs. Fish, the eldest of the Fox family. I accepted the invitation, and met there some five or six persons, male and female, all strangers to me. After a few meetings, Mrs. Fish introduced two new members to the circle, Mr…

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Ghosts in Solid Form

Ghosts in Solid Form

Gambier Bolton

Accounts of various mediumship experiments. From the Foreword: ‘As scientists in many parts of the world today are turning their serious attention to the question of the origin and the (possible) continuity of Life, I feel that the time has now arrived when a text-book on the subject of the phenomena, known to investigators as Materialisations, should be issued to the public, in order to assist inquirers, both scientists and laymen…

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Here and Hereafter

Here and Hereafter

Anthony Borgia

Borgia claimed to be in touch with a dead man who told him stories of the after life. This is one such book. From the Introduction: ‘It is again necessary to say that I first came to know the communicator of this book, Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, many years ago. A son of Edward White Benson, former Archbishop of Canterbury, he was then at the summit…

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