Many people do not realise they have passed and often continue to live out their lives and occupations on Earth. To avoid the misery of denial of our physical mortality, it is vital to learn the truth about spirit life, which we will all experience once our physical body dies.
Cushna explains to Aphraar how religious beliefs can prevent spirit communication, a natural part of life. He outlines the hypocrisy in Christian beliefs regarding God, spirit life and spirit communication with Earth. Cushna also explains the attractions and bonds that exist between people on Earth and people in the spirit world.
Mary channels Mark, a 50 year old Australian station owner (cattle farmer) living in the Northern Territory, who was accidentally shot dead while shooting pigs and drinking with his mates in 1984. Mark has no idea that he has passed.
We have been told that hell is a place where bad people go to after they die. That it is a place of punishment and torment, a place we burn in for eternity. Fortunately the truth is very different to this, and the hells while very real, are not places of eternal punishment, but places of redemption, where love does exist, we just need to reach out for it.
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....
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.
Our spirit body and our physical body, are the mediums through which our soul (the real us) operates. Our soul envelopes and effects our spirit body and our physical body: The following is an excerpt from The Truth About -... Continue Reading →
Life in The World Unseen, is a book containing various descriptions of the spirit world and spirit life.