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21. The meditative and past life journal
22. Your Soul's Plan: Discovering
23. Edgar Cayce On Reincarnation
24. Cosmic Perspective: Evolution
25. African Belief in Reincarnation:
26. Audrey Rose
27. Journey of a Skeptic
28. Many Mansions: The Edgar Cayce
29. Jennie's Reprisal: A Soul's Evolution
30. The Magi of Futurity
31. The Life After Death
32. Numerology-Spiritual Light Vibrations
33. Measuring the Night: Evolutionary
34. Philosophy and the Belief in a
35. Death and Personal Survival
36. Inner Life
37. Chain of Souls
38. Reincarnation and Other Lectures
39. Language of the Soul Intiution
40. From Incarnation to Reincarnation

21. The meditative and past life journal
by Bettye B Binder
 Unknown Binding: 62 Pages (1987)

Asin: B00072GL5O
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Workshop Study Guide on Past Lives
This seems to be a book that is designed to support a workshop in experiencing past lives.It is well organized and is useful even if you are not involved in the workshop.It goes over the essentials and has self study exercises, all in about 50 pages of text.Includes a decent bibliography for further study.It uses "self hypnosis meditation" as the primary method. ... Read more

22. Your Soul's Plan: Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born
by Robert Schwartz
Paperback: 344 Pages (2009-03-24)
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Asin: 1583942726
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Your Soul’s Plan (which was originally published under the title Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?) explores the provocative premise that we are all eternal souls who plan our lives, including our greatest challenges, before we are born for the purpose of spiritual growth. Through compelling profiles of people who knowingly planned experiences such as AIDS and cancer, parenting handicapped children, deafness, blindness, drug addiction, alcoholism, losing a loved one, and severe accidents, this book shows that suffering is not purposeless, but imbued with deep meaning. Working with four of the country’s most gifted mediums, author Robert Schwartz reveals the significance of each individual’s soul plan and allows us a fascinating look into the “other side.”

Each personal story focuses on a specific life challenge, organized by type for easy reference. Accessible both to those familiar with the metaphysical aspects of spirituality and to the general reader, the moving narratives that comprise Your Soul’s Plan help readers awaken to the reality that they are transcendent, eternal souls. With this stirring book as a guide, feelings of anger, resentment, guilt, and victimization are healed and replaced by acceptance, forgiveness, peace, and gratitude. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Looking for the Truth
An excellent book for those searching for answers that are not related to religion.This book makes you think and gives honest insight into questions you may have. If you are interested in your soul and a truthful answer this book is for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Informative & Easy to Follow
This book was full of examples that help open a person's mind to the possibility of reincarnation. It provides stories from peoples lives that help explain the purpose behind reincarnation. By understanding the purpose behind it and the benefits that come from it, it helps bring a different outlook to both good and bad experiences in life. It shows how bad experiences aren't necessarily the punishments or unfair evil happenings that we make them out to be. Every incident in our lives is a lesson that is preplanned by us,to aid in our individual growth. It's a good little book. I would recommend it to others.

Another great suggestion for learning about reincarnation is: Journey of Souls by Michael Newton. Everything in the book is based off of information jotted down during the hypnotism of his clients. It covers soul purpose, describes the layout of where souls come from as having a structure much like a school, and it even touches base on Ora colors and each color's meaning. The layout of the book seems odd at first, but stick with it and you'll get sucked right in.

5-0 out of 5 stars Your Soul's Plan
I found this book to be credible since the author had accumulated several people with the same skill set to do the readings on people.Even though the concepts made me think twice about how we tackle our issues on Earth, it made me rethink how I look at life situations for the better.I have told many people about it because it has made me look back on my life and be more alert to what is happening to others.

5-0 out of 5 stars Life Changing
This book has taught me a new way at looking at life and at reincarnation.

An interesting point the author elaborated on in person was the difference between our soul's chosen path and our free will.In our pre-birth plan we will make a few different plans to learn a specific lesson.Let's say for example a man soul and a woman soul agree to meet when they are 30 years old and get married.The marriage will be tumultuous and they will divorce but learn a tremendous lesson from it.If the woman at 25 chooses to learn the lesson another way then her and the man at 30 will never meet.If they do meet there will be no attraction because her consciousness has risen and he remains at a lower level.

I have done a lot of healing on mental and spirtitual levels.This is just a new way to open my mind at the possibilites that are out there.Initially I was a little skeptical with the mediums and channelings. Then I realized I do believe in spirit guides.I do believe in getting help from the unseen and spirits. I have experienced it many times in my life.So why wouldn't I take advantage of all the help I can get and use the resources that are available to me in this new age.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Book Changed My Life
After reading this book i felt compelled to write my first amazon review because it really changed my life for the best. This book opened me up to the possibilities of reincarnation because it just made sense while reading this book. I now no longer fear death, which is allowing me to enjoy life so much more. ... Read more

23. Edgar Cayce On Reincarnation
by Noel Langley
 Mass Market Paperback: 286 Pages (1981-02)
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Asin: 0446342297
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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The late Edgar Cayce's groundbreaking psychic work in nutrition, health, religion, ESP--and reincarnation--have made him the most respected clairvoyant of our time. Compiled from 2,500 of his extraordinary readings, this illuminating book unveils the reality of rebirth. Here are accounts of people who have lived before and remarkable evidence of a timeless, unifying force that pervades the universe. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Actually, a wonderful book---still
I recommend this book 100%.These days I'm a lot less wordy (see below), but still hold the same conviction about Cayce. I think he was the real thing, and that his readings (particularly concerning reincarnation) still hold up today.If nothing else, this is a compelling read and will hold your interest, perhaps even spark some pertinent questions.


3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting, although very biased
This book isn't so much Edgar Cayce on reincarnation as it is Noel Langley on reincarnation, with occasional refernces to Cayce.The conviction with which Langley tries to "prove" that reincarnation is, in fact, a Christian view is kind of scary.All of his examples of the plot to bury reincarantion in the bible seem to involve "evil women" of some sort or another; quite a turn off for me.I skipped over most of that. Otherwise, it's full of pretty interesting first-hand accounts.

3-0 out of 5 stars Unobjective, sometimes scary in conviction
What disappointed me about this book was that it wasn't so much Edgr Cayce on reincarnation as it was Noel Langley on Reincarnation and occasionally Edgar Cayce.His conviction, the need of the author to "prove" everything he said made it a little uncomfortable and sometimes boring to read, too.Otehrwise, it's interesting.Lots of good first-hand accounts.

5-0 out of 5 stars Heresy or Simple Logic?This book begs the question!
Are you interested in exploring the concept of reincarnation,without feeling like some spooky little ghoul with an agenda as longas your arm is infusing your brain with the Words of Satan?Well, this book is for you.Written simply, clearly and compellingly, "Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation" motivates the reader to contemplate the question, "Irreversible death or ongoing life?" This review will not provide the answer, nor is it meant to.I'm not sure this book provides the answer, either; just food for thought.And isn't that just grand?Me, I like reading a book that doesn't shove doctrine down my throat.I like looking at things in a pragmatic, sensible fashion, and then arriving at my own conclusions. I was able to do that with this book, and will not hesitate to use it as a reference in the future."Edgar Cayce on Reincarnation" was so interesting and so thought-provoking that I have devoted myself and (some of) my time to learning more about this truly fascinating man, his offspring and the "A.R.E." I recommend it highly!

I greatly admire the life and work of Edgar Cayce, and this book is an excellent example of WHY: Cayce was a humble, highly evolved soul totally committed to a life of service to suffering children. He'd given freehealth readings, in a self-induced trance state, for about twelve yearsbefore reincarnation was ever mentioned (as the reason for a child'sillness). Cayce believed his psychic abilities were the gift from God he'dbeen promised by an angel as a child, and he read the entire Bible cover tocover yearly, so he was not in any way prepared to accept the idea ofreincarnation! Fortunately for us, after much prayer & soul-searchinghe reconciled the concept with his Judeo-Christian beliefs, and in theprocess taught us how to do the same. Cayce is the the perfect person toguide Christians just starting to question karma & reincarnation, aswell as for more advanced students.(His work includes a list of diseasesrelated to past-life actions which is amazing). You may also want to checkout the many other books by and about Edgar Cayce available fromAmazon.com~he was prolific! ... Read more

24. Cosmic Perspective: Evolution & Reincarnation - The Demise Of Big Bang Theory
by Harold W. G. Allen
Hardcover: 275 Pages (1998-05-01)
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25. African Belief in Reincarnation: A Philosophical Reappraisal
by Innocent C. Onyewuenyi
Paperback: 50 Pages (2009-09-22)
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Do Africans believe in Reincarnation? “Absolutely not!” is the answer and conclusion of the author Innocent C. Onyewuenyi in his book: African Belief in Reincarnation: A Philosophical Reappraisal. Reincarnation has a definite meaning in the English language but was used by early European anthropologists as a language of accommodation to cloak their ignorance of the ways African ancestors influence the new-born of their kindred. In addition, the African is a firm believer in an incorporeal form of life beyond. It is the position of the author that Africans cannot/ do not believe in Reincarnation while at the same time recognizing the personal individual existence in the spirit world of the ancestors who are believed to have “reincarnated.”In this book the author has drawn on his unquestionable empirical knowledge of living historical episodes and African bio-cultural phenomena and applied skillfully his philosophical knowledge and wisdom to establish incontrovertibly and convincingly the view that it is wrong and culturally misleading to interpret the relevant phenomena as belief in Reincarnation. He advocates the deletion of the word “Reincarnation” from African cultural anthropology, while suggesting other terminologies which adequately describe the relevant cultural concept of Africans. ... Read more

26. Audrey Rose
by Frank DeFelitta
 Paperback: 462 Pages (1976)
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A haunting vision of reincarnation. ... Read more

27. Journey of a Skeptic
by Jack F. Acker
Hardcover: 158 Pages (2002-08-21)
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Isbn: 097224140X
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Journey of a Skeptic is the intriguing transformation of a Fortune 500 executive and stalwart skeptic to a committed believer in reincarnation.A businessman buried in the world of science and technology is transformed into a spiritual man of faith through an incredible journey of the mind.Jack Acker confronts that question that we are all afraid to ask—what really happens to us when we die.

What happens to our soul at physical death?Is there more than one time that the soul decides to live in a physical state?What is the purpose of the soul ever being born to begin with?Can a Christian still be a Christian and believe in multiple physical existences?Was reincarnation removed from the Bible?If there is reincarnation, why can’t we remember our past lives? Can hypnosis help offer a glimpse of past lives?

All these questions and more confronted Jack following his father’s death.Follow Jack’s journey as he faces these questions and more to try and understand the continuity of life.In Jack’s search for answers, perhaps you may find some answers too… ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars deep thinking
In a style that is open and down to earth you see a path that a person took to understand death.I strongly recommend this book for everyone searching for an answer. ... Read more

28. Many Mansions: The Edgar Cayce Story of Reincarnation (Signet)
by Gina Cerminara
 Paperback: 1 Pages (1967-11-01)
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Isbn: 0451127285
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Detailing the great contributions of psychic Edgar Cayce, Dr. Gina Cerminara examines how Cayce penetrated the "previous lives" of his subjects, and performed fantastic cures and prophecies that made him the most remarkable clairvoyent in modern history. Connecting issues such as reincarnation, spiritual healing, past life regression, hypnosis, karma, and parapsychology, Many Mansions looks at the legacy of Edgar Cayce's work in an authoritative and engaging dialogue.

Praise for Many Mansions:

"Edgar Cayce was clearly one of the most remarkable psychics who ever lived. Gina Cerminara's compelling book is. . .unique and extremely important." --Jeane Dixon ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Putting a 'happy face' on reincarnation
A fascinating book, perhaps even an enduring classic, which reaches the wrong conclusions in my opinion.
The author of Many Mansions portrays reincarnation in a positive light, as a voluntary process that souls agree to.
But does this make sense? Life on earth can be full of suffering for people who are poor, or who are ugly, or deformed,
or who are simply more sensitive than other people.And human beings don't enjoy poverty, hardship, loneliness,
rejection, betrayal, heartache.Those who do suffer resist suffering.So does it make sense that a person 'between lives'
would agree to be reborn into a suffering condition that he/she would resist on earth? No. It is much more plausible that
the rebirth process, if it exists (as this book argues) is not voluntary and the suffering one undergoes is beyond one's control.
That is the problem with Many Mansions and similar books that put a 'happy face' on reincarnation.

1-0 out of 5 stars Heterosexist/Sexist/Homophobic
A person's "homosexuality" is not a "problem" or an "affliction" to be grouped along side with polio, tuberculosis', etc. (pp 63,64 & 65). I felt as if the author erred tremendously when she placed homosexuality along side those conditions; as if it was something pathological. Such inferences are wrong and perpetuate ill will toward gays and lesbians in our society. Sexuality is a gift, a blessing, to be embraced and celebrated accordingly. There's absolutely nothing wrong with being gay (just like there is nothing wrong with being straight). I was extremely disappointed upon reading that section, and from then on the book lost all credibility.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the most important books ever written!
I've just finished this book. I'm not going to go into great detail about its contents. I simply urge the interested reader to buy and read a copy. Right now I consider it the most important single work I have ever read.

Nevertheless the book does have its faults. Most notably, it lacks numbered footnotes and a bibliography, an unforgiveable omission by a titled academic. Plus an index. We are left to guess what Dr. Cerminara read in addition to the Cayce files in order to arrive at her conclusions. Equally glaringly, none of the Cayce files she refers to are individually identified, so were are unable to examine her source material for ourselves! Thus we are left to take what she says on faith, though I see nothing she had to gain by falsifying the evidence, and she herself points out on a number of occasions that her claims can only really be inferences in many cases. She does much extrapolation from the Cayce records and fills in a certain amount of blanks. Some of her inferences are made on the basis of as few as 3 presented Cayce files. While she generally succeeds in convincing me, more sceptical readers would require further evidence.

In her defense, the writer throughout the book attempts to answer some of the most common queries made about reincarnation, such as can someone create bad karma just by following the norms of their time, what keeps the physical body alive until the soul enters, when does the soul enter the body, the role of free-will in spiritual development, the soul's power to choose the circumstances of its incarnation, how to think, speak and act to strive towards the Divine, are all physical handicaps karmic, are all accidents or misfortunes karmic, how it is ethical to punish a soul for wrongdoings done in a previous life which cannot now be remembered, how phobias come from past lives, why we should still help those who are being punished in this life for past-life deeds, the meaning of many of Jesus' pronouncements, where our interests and talents come from, reincarnation and gender, reincarnation and personality types, the role of grace in overcoming karma, why sudden infant death syndrome occurs, why there are delays in karmic cause-and-effect, why there is poverty and inequality in the world, the existence of Atlantis, and so on.

The fact that many (most?) of the cases selected for evidence seem to come from people who had previous lives in a small number of historical epochs, Atlantis, Ancient Egypt, Rome, Crusades, colonial North America, France during the 16-18th centuries, the American Civil War, the Maya and Aztec civilizations is worrisome. To be fair, the author does attempt to offer a reasonable explanation for this remarkable circumstance.

In the second half of the book a discernable pro-feminist slant comes to the fore.

While the book holds up the Christ, and to a lesser extent, the Buddha, as ideals of correct action and thought, and the author adopts Cayce's own view of the origins and destiny of mankind and his place in the cosmos, it's hard to really call this is a pro-Christian book. Pro-Christ, yes, but that's different. There is no attempt made to explain and justify the Trinity, for example. Nor are we told that regular reading of the Bible is useful. In fact, one gains the impression that large parts of our scriptural heritage are peripheral. What only matters are the words and deeds of the Christ. "God" is scarcely portrayed in a Biblical way at all in the book.

There is MUCH good wisdom in this book, not only from Cayce himself but from the author as well, and many questions are answered.

This book is more than worth its weight in gold for the open-minded reader, regardless of his or her religious affiliation. Its message is universal and it will repay careful rereading and putting its advice into action ten-zillion-fold.

3-0 out of 5 stars Interesting but . . .
Why is it that everyone that Edgar Cayce regressed spent their previous lives in the same places - Early America either with the "Indians" or as an "Indian," Ancient Greece, Rome, Palestine, Egypt, Persia, Chaldea, Atlantis, and sometimes China? What about Latin America, or Africa other than Egypt, or Australia, Eastern Europe, Russia, India, etc? What about Nubia? It seems as though only those places accepted by white folks during the time Mr. Cayce was reading were places people once inhabited in past lives. Don't get me wrong, I'm a firm believer in reincarnation and have read many compelling books on the subject, but this all reminds me of the joke about everyone being someone famous in their past lives. Here, everyone's past lives took place in someplace famous during their most "famous" times. And nowhere in any other book I've read on the subject does anyone ever mention Atlantis except this one. I'm not saying I don't believe it ever existed, I just find it odd that it's the only one.

Overall, it's an interesting book but I would read it with some skepticism. There are also much better books out there on reincarnation. My favorites are Dr. Ian Stevenson's works and Dr. Jim Tucker's Life before Life. Others regarding regression therapy are also much better than this book, particularly Helen Wambach's and even Brian Weiss's. Dr. Michael Newton's are good too but I hold them with some skepticism as well.

5-0 out of 5 stars The book that changed my life
Decades ago, when I was just 17, I had become despondent and angry about life and the whole universe - why would a loving god let some children be born deformed and handicapped, into miserable abusive lives, even to die in childhood...but then let others be born beautiful, strong and blest, "with silver spoons in their mouths"? Why did I have a raging alcoholic mother, an insensitive runaway father, and no hopes of going to a prestigious college, while some of my classmates had TV-perfect parents, a pre-paid education at Harvard, and a new car as a high-school graduation gift?

And the church insisted that we each only get one brief shot at life, and then it was heaven or hell for all eternity. That deeply violated every sense of fairness in my being. What about "all men were created equal"?? That "stupid statement" certainly didn't appear to be true at all!

Distraught, I was wandering through the library one day, desperately praying inside that if a greater goodness, a real Universal Love, was listening to me, please let me find out what and where it was - please speak to me, please explain the real meaning behind all this apparent monstrous unfairness of life...and suddenly there was a bright green book on the shelf in front of me, among other books that seemed to have no color. Across the spine, it read "Many Mansions by Gina Cerminara".

Without any hesitation, I pulled it out of the stacks, sat down at the nearby table, and had already "consumed" half of it when the lights of the library were flicked off and on and the librarian shouted "closing time". I quickly checked it out, rushed home, and devoured the rest of the book that evening.

"YES!!! IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!!!" I shouted in my head. "THANK YOU, GOD!!!" I wept for joy.

This book literally turned my whole life around. Dr. Cerminara had presented Edgar Cayce's astounding (but vast and complex) materials with such clarity and order that, in one evening, it straightened out a messed-up 17-year-old boy's convoluted mind, one who had contemplated suicide - and he emerged the next morning like a joyous butterfly from the long prison of a hideous, dark cocoon.

"God made me eternal!" I could say in ecstasy. "And whatever, wherever I am right now is what and where I have elected to be! I'm here to LEARN!" Life on Earth is just a very long education with many grades, many courses, "many mansions" - with "summer breaks" in between (misunderstood as "death"). There are rules, but they are absolutely FAIR! If you work hard, you pass and are rewarded for your work. If you screw around, you fail and have to repeat. If you are mean and hurt your fellow classmates, you are punished accordingly - you must learn exactly how they felt when you hurt them. If you love and help others, others will love and help you...and on and on. You learn, you grow, and everything's fair! And we WERE all created equal! Where we are now depends on our past and our decisions. But we have eternity to get it right!

And NOW I knew what Jesus really meant when he said, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." Jesus wasn't speaking "metaphorically" - he meant EXACTLY what he said!! And when he said that Elijah had already come, but they knew him not (Matthew 17), he honestly did mean that Elijah had already come back as John the Baptist! These passages survived the purge of Emperor Constantine's Council of Nicaea, just enough to assure us of Jesus' original message.

Well, after all these decades, this book is still one of the foremost revelations of my life, and I will be eternally (literally) grateful to Gina Cerminara for putting it all together so clearly. Although logically I know better, I still feel like it was just for me - that bright green book gleaming in the dour library shelves. I owe my life (this particular one) to Gina Cerminara, Edgar Cayce, and Many Mansions.
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29. Jennie's Reprisal: A Soul's Evolution From Atlantis To Eternity
by Carol Bennett
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Jennie Gravatt's sense of independence and freedom challenged her family's Pennsylvania Dutch tradition. This chronicle of Jennie's lucid dreams forges a compelling romance beyond conventional concepts of time, space, and consciousness. Explore past times and passion, experience the ancient past as it becomes the future -- Atlantis, Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire, the Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Aquarian Age. Skillful tempering of science fiction with science and history leaves you spellbound as Jennie's soul seeks perfection from Atlantis to Eternity. Jennie's reprisal for the bigotry that she experienced in lifetime after lifetime becomes the ultimate lesson in gender equity. You will unknowingly complete Metaphysics 101 while reading this profound life's lesson. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Life after????
My book club read this book and it was favorably reviewed.It spurred a lot of conversation about the after-life.Interesting read although I thought the writing was marginal.Good food for thought.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is an amazing book!
If you want to curl up in bed and pick up a book that you can't put down, I would strongly suggest picking up a copy of Jennie's Reprisal.I managed to read this book during a night while all my kids and spouse lay sleeping.The next morning I was groggy for sure but we all loved hearing the best parts of the story!I would recommend another book by Carol Bennett being offered in the future!

1-0 out of 5 stars Jennie's Reprisal - Don't Read this Book!
Sadly, this book was a complete disappointment.Based on the ratings, I thought it would be a great read.Unfortunately, it was very hard to follow.One minute we are in one century, the next in another.Very hard to follow, very poorly written.Don't waste your time or money.

5-0 out of 5 stars We Love Jennie's Reprisal !!!
The gals at "Hair It Is" love Jennie's Reprisal.Jennie Gravatt's journey from Atlantis to Eternity has a compelling realness.And facts regarding our town of Ashtabula, presented during Jennie's lifetime in the early 1920s, made the story even more real to us.This is truly a great book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Creative and Extremely Sensual
The fascinating premise of Jennie's Reprisal held my interest from start to finish.  I really became involved with Jennie in all of her manifestations.  Movement back and forth, from the present time to the distant past, evoked feelings of timelessness.  Scenes are creative and extremely sensual.  A beautifully inspiring book that gives hope for the future! ... Read more

30. The Magi of Futurity
by Judy Mezen
Paperback: 148 Pages (2008-07-31)
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The Magi of Futurity is a story told in two parts.The first part introduces a 14-year-old girl named Anita who is growing up in a rural setting during the depression era.By repeating a simple prayer, Anita opens a line of communication (while in the dream state) to a future aspect of her soul group who is studying to become a Dream Doctor.For two magical weeks in December 1932, Anita's consciousness is expanded to help her learn the secrets to living a happy life.The second part of the story reintroduces Anita as a 33-year-old woman just coming out of a divorce, who once again is seeking the elusive state of happiness.Anita's future aspect returns again to help her through this painful stage of her life. This time, Anita is able to open a conscious channel of communication with her spiritual counterpart.The Magi of Futurity is a simple, sweet story that answers some of the basic questions all seekers of happiness are hoping to find. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Truth Spoken Through Story...
The Magi of Futurity:

Magi: a wise person or sage
Futurity: The time yet to come

This seeming simple life story of a young girl moving through to adulthood is really an in-depth explanation of many aspects of who we are and why we are here.

This is a book you can give to just about any age: from pre-teens to adults...all will understand the concepts and enjoy the story too.

What do you dream when you close your eyes? Who are you really in the big picture of time and space? My guess is you will see much of who you are as you enter into the life of Anita and her thoughts.

Anita shows us where happiness can be found...we all own it already.

Read the Magi of Futurity if you are a spiritual seeker. Give it as a gift to other seekers you know.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Magi of Futurity
I loved the way the author wove knowledge and teaching into the story. There was a point when reading about past life regressions, it was the top of page 116, when I suddenly wondered- are these the author's own experiences? Then I glanced to the bottom of page 117 and found confirmation. I really enjoyed the book. As I was reading I thought about passing along the book to my 10-year-old granddaughter and also realized my daughter would benefit from reading it. Even for myself the book allowed me to realize there is more I could be doing with my own creativity, with available assistance, that I seem to never access but I know is there. The book is a great reminder- life is more than it appears
to be.

5-0 out of 5 stars Recommended to everyone who enjoys a unique and well crafted novel
A work of deftly written, reader engaging, and conceptually entertaining metaphysical fiction, "The Magi Of Futurity" by Judy Mezen is the two part story of Anita. Part one introduces her as a young girl of fourteen living with her rural family during America's Great Depression. By repeating a simple prayer, Anita finds herself in communication through dreams with a 'soul group' and for two remarkable weeks in 1932, Anita learns the secrets to living a happy life. Part two shows Anita as a grown woman of 33 years, just emerging from a divorce and seeking to recapture that elusive state of happiness she discovered as a child. Anita opens a conscious channel of communication with her spiritual counterpart and once again is blessed with a metaphysical knowledge of how to live, how to enjoy, how to cope and overcome the vicissitudes of life. "The Magi Of Futurity" is recommended to everyone who enjoys a unique and well crafted novel, but is of special recommendation to readers with a metaphysical interest.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Magi of Futurity
The story was interesting and well written, and the spiritial information was great. It kept with the current spiritial concepts being taught in several channeled websites.There's much to be learned by all readers and the story will keep the reader interested while learning who and what they really are. ... Read more

31. The Life After Death
by Charles Leadbeater
Hardcover: 94 Pages (1986-03-25)
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An early Theosophist discusses life beyond death. ... Read more

32. Numerology-Spiritual Light Vibrations (Textbook)
by Jeanne
Paperback: 381 Pages (1987)

Asin: B0025Y2XTU
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The Structure and Interpretation of the Numerology Chart through the Single and Double Numbers.Students of numerology, no matter what their level of conscious expertise on the subject of Numerology, will be glad they made the investment to include this in their library ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best of the best
I've had this book for a long time - and it was difficult to find back then.I first encountered this book through a co-worker in Los Angeles in the mid-1990's.I then found the book for sale at an occult bookstore in Phoenix, AZ around Y2K and immediately bought it.It's BY FAR the best book on Numerology that I've found in my over 20 years of magickal practice. If you can find it, get it!

5-0 out of 5 stars The "New Testament" of Numerological divination, a must.
Jeanne Has opened the meanings of numbers to a new level. It's not just a 3 it's a 30/3 which carries much more than just a 3...Her systems and charts will open you to a deeper level of psychic awareness as you enter the akashic records via the medium of Numerology. Theres a lot of dabblers out there and this book is the tool that seperates the skimmers form the adepts...Pythagorus would be proud of the depth to which this book goes, serious students of Numerology only ... Read more

33. Measuring the Night: Evolutionary Astrology and the Keys to the Soul, Volume One
by Steven Forrest, Jeffrey Wolf Green
Paperback: 400 Pages (2000-02-11)
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Astrology, sacred psychology and reincarnation come together seamlessly in the hands of two of the world's premier metaphysical astrologers. Jeffrey Green's work "mirrors the eternal realities of the soul," according to the leading Danish astrology magazine STJERNERNE. Sting calls Steven Forrest's work "as intelligent and cogent as it is poetic." Based on the transcripts of a series of workshops that Green and Forrest gave together, this book pushes the ancient symbols of astrology to new heights of insight, lucidly and compellingly showing us how the soul's long history is reflected in the birthchart. Beneath the seeming randomness of life, there is a clear and meaningful order. MEASURING THE NIGHT provides the Rosetta Stone for unraveling it. The lecture format is warm, personal and informal, with lots of audience interaction. Forrest and Green team up to analyze the chart of a workshop participant volunteer, just as they would that of a client who had come for a reading. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
This is the best book I have ever read on Astrology.How refreshing!I had stopped reading or really being interested in Astrology, until my daughter recommended this book to me.It is a good thing to know that old forms are being explored for new content.With this approach, Astrology can be a really powerful tool which will aid many to a deeper understanding of self in relation to this life.Hooray!!

5-0 out of 5 stars food for thought
This book kept my interest from start to finish.Steven Forrest is one of my favorite authors and this book was no exception.It is provocative and thoughtful.This book is made up of transcripts from a conference.You really feel like the authors are right there talking to you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Measuring the Night
This is chock full of profound astrological insights delivered through the vehicle of the virtual seminar. The reader actually feels like they were among the privileged few who attended these landmark sessions.

Steven Forrest is a masterful speaker and author. He is also a champion of the cause of evolutionary astrology- one of the best tools any seeker on a spiritual path can access to discover their soul's intent.Measuring the Night forwards this effective technique through the collaboration of these two innovative astrologers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Aren't Enough
These two books, Measuring the Night Vols. 1 and 2, are some of the best that astrology has to offer. They're great for beginners as well as experienced astrologers. Forrest's and Green's personalities and ideas shine through, and what ground-breaking ideas they are! Here are two people saying that WE are in charge of our destinies, that WE can make the choices thatdefine our lives. Simple, but not simplistic: easy to read, hard to do.

2-0 out of 5 stars A BIG DISAPPOINTMENT!
I remember being very excited when I heard that Steven Forrest and Jeff Green were teaming up to write an astrology book together--well, at least, to put together a two-volume collection of their seminar transcripts!What a let-down!With the exception of a few tid-bits of interesting information, most of the material contained within volume one of this book is worthless--at least to me.And it's a shame, because Steven Forrest is such a great astrological author.As for Jeff Green, although his Pluto book is pretty impressive, I've never really LIKED him as an author--too pompous, and way to wordy!Why Steven Forrest ever decided to team-up with this guy I'll never know!Save your money, folks, and pass this book by.Oh, by the way:stay away from volume 2, because it's even WORSE! ... Read more

34. Philosophy and the Belief in a Life After Death (Library of Philosophy and Religion (Houndmills, Basingstoke, England).)
by R. W. K. Paterson
Hardcover: 223 Pages (1995-06)
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Examining the case for and against the belief in personal survival of bodily death, this text discusses philosophical questions, such as: Is a "next world" conceivable? How could a discarnate individual be identified as a person who was once alive? What is the relationship between minds and their brains? The book also examines classic arguments for the immortality of the soul, and focuses on types of prima facie evidence of survival: near-death experiences, apparitions, mediumistic communications and ostensible reincarnation cases. ... Read more

35. Death and Personal Survival
by Robert Almeder
Paperback: 304 Pages (1992-01-25)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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In a style that is both philosophically sophisticated and accessible to general readers, Robert Almeder introduces readers to the vigorous debate in the scientific community about the possibility of personal survival after death. He argues that belief in some form of personal survival is as empirically justifiable as our belief in the past existence of dinosaurs. Drawing on 21 of the best case studies in reincarnation, apparitions of the dead, ostensible possession, out-of-body experiences, and trance mediumships, "Death and Personal Survival" offers a comprehensive discussion of the best empirical evidence in each of these areas and refutes alternative explanations offered by sceptics. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Wordy but readable
Frankly, it was the death of my parents last year that facilitated my interest in reading about anything that provided evidence of life after death.Although a bit wordy, this text presented the most thoughtful and educated material I have read about the subject so far.

3-0 out of 5 stars A review of other's work
This book is divided into several sections: Reincarnation, Out of Body Experiences, Apparations of the Dead, and a few others. In each section, the author provides some leading cases (although not enough NEW cases) and research of others as evidence for something existing. Then he presents the critics arguments, and he attempts to review both sides of the case.

One thing that I found disappointing about the book is that the author has done zero research on his own. He has read widely on the subjects at hand, but the book is essentially his opinion of the arguments. He trys to use logical arguments to destroy the critics position, and for the most part, he succeeds. It seems he was more critical of the critics than of the researchers such as Ian Stevenson to the point I question his impartiality on the subject.

The book has value in that he provides the user with a wide range of arguments against the various claims.

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent, serious study!
This is one of the really excellent modern works in this field.I can't believe no one else has reviewed it.It is light years ahead of the New Age silliness which dominates modern writing on life after death.Theauthor is a professor with excellent credentials, and this is a serious andbalanced study of the evidence for personal survival.He focuses on thebest evidence in each of several different areas (reincarnation,apparitions, etc.) and considers alternative (i.e., skeptical)interpretations.He finds some of the evidence compelling and some of itnot-so-compelling, but the book as a whole is very pro-survival.This bookis frequently cited and seems to have become pretty much a standardreference.If you have any interest in the possibility of life afterdeath, this belongs in your library. ... Read more

36. Inner Life
by C. W. Leadbeater
Paperback: 412 Pages (1942-05-31)
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1911. The After-death Life; Conditions after death; Animal obsession; Heaven -life conditions; Astral work;Intuition and impulse; Clairvoyance; How past lives are seen; The earth chain; The return to birth; The karma of death; Animal karma. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Occult philosophy taught by a wise and good man
_From his writings it is obvious to me that Charles W. Leadbeater was not only incredibly knowledgeable in the esoteric sciences, but he was also a genuinely good man (though both he and his generation of Theosophists still have their critics.) When a writer states outright that a good is only good if it benefits everyone, or that children contain the spark of the Divine and should be treated with the appropriate respect, their character is fairly obvious. This man was motivated by the desire to do good, not by any egoistic lust for influence and power. Then there was also the fact that he was extremely accepting and tolerant of spiritualists and mediums for a Theosophist of his day- but then he was also a world recognized clairvoyant in his own right.

_In spite of the fact that the two-volume set that this volume is condensed from was given as a series of "informal" talks it still isn't a light read. There are profound concepts dealt with in depth and detail- and plenty of formal Sanskrit terminology. The range of concepts is encyclopedic. Indeed, with the very detailed table of contents and the full index this volume serves very well as a reference book to classical Theosophical doctrine. In fact the frequent reference to the writings of Madam Blavatsky also makes it an exegesis on her works.

_The length, the depth, the formal terminology can be overwhelming, but ultimately perseverance is rewarded. As the author himself put it, when a candidate has raised himself to the level of initiation there is no power that can withhold it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not for the weak of intellect!
A deep and profound work of immense significance.Although not immediately at times digestible, I wouldn't really think much of it, if it were.This is heady stuff; universal concepts of Theosophy being expressed by one of its most brilliant proponents.If you want to be a truly deep thinker, then you will benefit greatly from this work.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Good
This book contains a lot of wisdom, however it takes some patience to read it and understand it. It is a gem though. Read the works of Samael Aun Weor to get a more complete view of the Theosophical Septenary, the Monad, etc.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Primer
This is a good book.It is a series of brief lectures answering questions about Theosophy.Very handy to use.Be careful ordering it used.You could wind up with a book by the same title but by a different author.Andrew Murray's book is mainline protestant Christianity, good but not Theosophy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't finish it
I bought this book because of the praise in the other review, and because I bought Leadbeaters book on the astral realm which I whole hearted recommend, BUT I want to make sure the reader has larger opinion of this book.I do like a lot of works by the Theosopists and the large amount work that they added to the occult, this book though rummages through the introduction and first chapter of OUTDATED ... about the society of the time (the school that the author took the subjects that you see in this book, and people.)The problem is that the subjects that make up the book are not of any value unless you already have much Theosophical work under your belt and take it into context of the school that he was teaching from.I am sure you could meditate on Dr Suesse and come away with just of a deep experience as this book.The reason I am so hard on the book was because after I felt like I wasted a few hours of my time trying to read it front to back then I started going to differant chapters.The chaptersare completely differant "dissertations" which seemed like babbling on subjects that do not have any seeming strong connection or flow with each other.Of which none of them were of any major thought/subject such as the kabala or astral or of major modern occult value that I saw. I would include some of the topics in this review except I do not have the book with me at the moment. ... Read more

37. Chain of Souls
by Dan Armstrong
Paperback: 190 Pages (2010-10-24)
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It's the first year of India's independence from England. The creation of two nations, India for the Hindus, Pakistan for the Muslims, has become a nightmare of ethnic clashes and terrorism. Just as the violence is showing signs of easing, Gandhi is assassinated. With the entire subcontinent teetering on the edge of chaos, Roger Taylor, an American working for the British intelligence service, is called on to defuse a series of death fasts protesting the partition of India-something that can only add tension to an already volatile situation.When the hardboiled Taylor arrives in the sacred city of Haridwar to confront the protesters, he encounters a woman who completely disarms him with her goodwill and depth of spirit. What begins as a political mission for Taylor unexpectedly becomes an excursion into Tibetan metaphysics and a life-changing glimpse into the workings of the wheel of life and death. ... Read more

38. Reincarnation and Other Lectures
by L.W. Rogers
Paperback: 140 Pages (1942-05-31)
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1925. Contents: Reincarnation; Scientific evidence of future life; Beyond the borderland; The soldier dead; A scientific religion. ... Read more

39. Language of the Soul Intiution In Daily Experience (Sangam Texts)
by Robert Crosbie
 Paperback: 90 Pages (1986-09-18)
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5-0 out of 5 stars 18 Theosophist Essays
Part of the Sangam Texts series, edited by Raghavan Iyer. This volume collects works originally published in periodicals in, for the most part, the early 1920's by Robert Crosbie (1849-1919), philosopher and devotee of W.Q. Judge. Titles include "What Reincarnates," "The Origin of Evil," "A League of Humanity," and "The Language of the Soul." Blue type on buff paper with french flaps. ... Read more

40. From Incarnation to Reincarnation
by Richard Ingalese, Isabella
Paperback: 332 Pages (1942-05-31)
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1904. Contents: The Relation of Sex; Marriage; Parenthood; Physical and Psychic Development; Mental and Spiritual development; Focusing Forces; Mental Repulsion; Mental Attraction; Death; After Death. ... Read more

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