By Anthony Borgia
PREFACE wisdom is the easiest antidote for worry, specifically if that worry may be of the potential or possible kingdom of lifestyles when we have made the switch from this existence to the subsequent to find what sort of position is the subsequent international, we needs to inquire of somebody who lives there, and list what's acknowledged. that's what has been performed within the current quantity The communicator, whom I first got here to grasp in 1909 -- 5 years ahead of his passing into the spirit global -- was once identified in the world as Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, a son of Edward White Benson, former Archbishop of Canterbury till the current scripts have been written he had by no means communicated with me at once, yet i used to be as soon as instructed (by one other spirit good friend) that there have been sure concerns he needed to set correct. The problems of conversation have been defined to him by way of spirit buddies and advisers, yet he held to his function. And so whilst an appropriate time was once reached, he used to be instructed that he may speak via a pal of his earthly days, and it's been my privilege to behave as his recorder the 1st script used to be composed less than the identify of past This lifestyles; the second one below that of the realm Unseen. within the former, the communicator supplies, in a basic survey, an account of his passing and his next travels via numerous components of spirit lands. within the latter script he offers at a lot better size with a few very important and fascinating evidence and points of spirit existence, upon which formerly he had touched merely evenly or in passing for instance: in past This existence he mentions the top nation-states and the bottom. on this planet Unseen he really visits them and describes what he observed and what came about in either areas. even though all the scripts is whole in itself, the second one enormously extends and amplifies the 1st, and jointly they shape a composite complete we're outdated acquaintances, and his passing therefore has now not severed a secular friendship; to the contrary, it has elevated it, and supplied many extra possibilities of assembly than may were attainable had he remained in the world. He continuously expresses his satisfaction upon his skill to come to earth in a usual, basic, fit, and delightful demeanour, and to provide a few account of his adventures and reports within the spirit global, as person who 'being lifeless (as many could regard him), but speaketh'. A. B.
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One of the first that arose to my mind as we sat on the grass, with heavenly flowers round about us, was the extent of this realm in which we were now living. It reached as far as the eye could see—and that was a great deal farther than we could ever see upon the earth-plane on the finest and clearest day in the summer. This in itself was too wonderful for words, but it also gave an indication of the immensity of this particular realm. And we had only seen the tiniest fraction of it so far! We still thought in terms of earthly distances.
It is not so, however, in the higher realms, where laws of a different nature are in operation. On the earth-plane the anniversary of Christmas has remained fixed for many centuries on a certain date. The exact day of the first Christmas has been lost, and it is impossible now to ascertain with any precision, by earthly means, when it occurred. Even were it possible, it is too late to make any alteration, since the present fixture has been established by long tradition and practice. The feast of Easter is movable—a stupid custom, since oft-times the chosen date bears no relation to the first and original date.
Not only was the latter instantly forthcoming, but her offer was gratefully accepted. There was much, said he, that a young woman could do, and the three of us, working in such complete harmony and amity, should be able to do some useful work together. I was more than glad that Ruth was to join us, since it meant that our happy party would not be broken up. There was, however, another matter that was in my mind, and it concerned that one particular book that I wished I had not written when I was on earth.