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Beings of Light: Angels or Demons?

Who Are They, Really? As you may have noticed, if you have read many of my posts here, that I have a certain discomfort with dualistic thinking. Why do things have to be categorized as one thing or the other? … Continue reading

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Caught on Camera: More Visitations?

When my sister, Anne, and I went back to Windermere, to visit our childhood memories, we made sure we took photographs of the trip. Out of the whole set that I have, three ended up with a red flare in … Continue reading

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Caught on Camera: Another Visitation?

In 1980, Susan’s father suffered a heart attack. Susan was so distraught that her (then) husband took the whole family to San Josef Bay on Vancouver Island to take her mind off the situation. Susan wrote in the sand “Get … Continue reading

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Caught on Camera: a Visitation?

In the autumn of 2003, I took some photos of Dianne with her daughters and grandson. She was celebrating a birthday, and it was my intention to record it on film. However, when the prints came back from processing, there … Continue reading

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As Above, So Below

The Divine Life Is it possible to ‘pinpoint’ a past life using Astrology? I think so, and A.T. Mann thought so, too. In his book’s Chapter 9, entitled “The World Age”, he postulated that one can calculate the ‘when’ of … Continue reading

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A Way of Life in Two Worlds

Charles Adam Simpson was a sensitive who channelled Dr. Lascelles. This book is a selection of some talks given in London during and after World War II. There is an unapologetic emphasis on Christianity. What is written here is worthy … Continue reading

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Meditation Hour

I think one of the hardest disciplines to master is meditation. One’s mind is so full of noise that to try to sit still is nearly impossible. But with practice comes surprising success, so keep at it until you break … Continue reading

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