By Susan Sanderford
Susan's mediumship gift reunites those on earth with those
in spirit for the purpose of healing hurts, bringing unfinished business to
a close, or relaying guidance from masters, guides and loved ones who continue
to be a part of your life.
A book Essay by Henry Reed
Why are so many people claiming to see or have messages from UFOs, angels, aliens,
and spirits? Are these "invaders" felt to be good, or bad? Are they
proof of end-of century hysteria or expanding consciousness? Three books explore
the topic from refreshingly different viewpoints.
G. Scott Sparrow's I Am With You Always: True Stories of Encounters With
Jesus (Bantam; formerly titled "Witness to His Return" by A.R.E.
Press); Keith Thompson's Angels and Aliens: UFOs and the Mythic
Imagination (Addison-Wesley); and Bear & Company
authors David Spangler and Wm. Irvin Thompson's Reimagining the World: A
Critique of the New Age, Science, and Popular Culture.
By Ira Progoff
A book digest by Myron Gantt
When Edgar Cayce, in a psychic reading, told spiritualist Eileen Garrett to
conduct her own research on her spirit guides, she hired Jungian analyst Ira
Progoff to investigate.
By Henry Reed
Book Summary by Rachel Creager
Edgar Cayce popularized the word, "channel," to mean bringing forth,
and had a unique "mega-vision" of the many ways in which we can bring
forth blessings from Spirit.
By Barbara Starr
Master's Thesis compiles descriptions of the afterlife provided by Spiritualists'
communications with spirits.
By PaTrisha RobinSong
My angels and spirit guides were many and nameless. Then someone suggested to
me, "why don't you name your angels and spirit guides by what they do and
give them a face to make them more personal." What a novel idea! It became
By Allan L. Botkin, Psy.D. & R. Craig Hogan, Ph.D.
Becky excitedly described to me what she experienced. "I saw my mother,"
she said, a broad smile across her tear-stained face. "I told her, I love
you, and she said, I love you too. Then she hugged me. I could actually
feel her arms around me." But at the time of this experience, Beckys mother
had been dead for five years.
By Janis Amatuzio, M.D.
Books Summary by John Hanson
The work is about half what you know and half what you feel. Thats
why you have to keep an open mind. Thats when you notice your gut feeling.
It is this kind of knowing that most of us have forgotten. For Janis Amatuzio,
it is a way to understand a different world.
to the Spirit World
By Brad Tesh
God, the Angels and your
Spirit Guides are always willing to help you with an all loving embrace, all one
must do is ask for help and be open to receiving it and so it is. By opening our
spiritual intuition to these loving beings, we are able to find peace, healing,
and experience blessings of all kinds.
What Is the Occult? (And What Is It
Doing In America?)
An excerpt from Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped our
Nation, by Mitch Horowitz
News drifted back to the
Old World: A land existed where mystical thinkers and mystery religions,
remnants of esoteric movements that had thrived during the Renaissance and were
later harassed, could find safe harbor. And so began a revolution in religious
life that was eventually felt around the earth. America hosted a remarkable
assortment of breakaway faiths, from Mormonism to Seventh-Day Adventism to
Christian Science. But one movement that grew within its borders came to wield
radical influence over nineteenth and twentieth-century spirituality. It
encompassed a wide array of mystical philosophies and mythical lore,
particularly the belief in an "unseen world" whose forces act upon us and
through us. It is called the occult.