Spirit Truth

life in the world unseen

Compensation for Injustice

"Parental profligacy, immorality, ignorance, accident, and a hundred other pre-natal influences produce physical and mental distortions in a child....Spiritual restrictions forced upon an enquiring mind, with a view of preventing it from overstepping dogmatic limits, produce upon the soul a disfigurement in growth as tangible and real, as if they were surgical appliances purposely designed to effect such horrible shapes..."

Cushna in The Home of Rest

Fred has just awoken from a restoring slumber in the spirit world. Cushna explains to Fred the need for sleep on Earth and the cessation of sleep in the spirit world, as well as the absence of time in the spirit world....

The Tree-Fountain of Life

Aphraar visits Siamedes in the Home of Rest. Here, the fountain-tree of life provieds healing and rejuvenating powers, removing any traces of pain and sorrow from the inhabitants....

The Home of Rest

Fred decides to take a rest to contemplate what he has thus far learnt of the afterlife. He describes the indescribable beauty of the surroundings that are perfectly suited to fulfill his desire for reflection. As he rests, he finds himself restored to his former youth, while his soul expands as he gains several new capabilities, which he never even thought possible before....

The Judgment Hall

There is a popular religious belief about the judgment hall which we must pass through once we die. When Frederick Winterleigh passed, he found himself waiting to be taken to the judgment hall, only to find that there is no... Continue Reading →

A Heavenly Reunion

In chapter 11 of  Through the Mists, entitled The Home of The Assyrian, Aphraar gives an account of a mother whose three children await her in the spirit world, and who anticipate her awakening after a period of restorative sleep:... Continue Reading →

Spirit Communication and Locomotion

Spirits communicate by reading thoughts visible as flashes of light. In the spirit body, travel occurs though air or flight sometimes with the speed of thought...

Coming through the Mists

Fredrick Winterleigh passes when attempting to save a child's life. He finds himself on a slope watching people pass from the mists, being assisted by others. Once he discovers that he has passed, he is introduced to the beautiful reality of the "land of surprises" - the spirit world. He learn his first lesson about the reality of heaven, which is vastly different to what we are taught on Earth.

A Prismatic Landascape

Shortly after his passing, Fred is overwhelmed by the beauty of what he sees and encourages our faith in the afterlife. He describes the colour marked roads that lead to the various places of the spirit world designed to accommodate us.

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