G. Vale Owen - The Life Beyond the Veil, Volume 4

G. Vale Owen - The Life Beyond the Veil, Volume 4

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This book was originally published in England in 1920. The recorder is the Rev. G. Vale Owen, vicar of Orford, Lancashire. The messages contained in this book were also published in a daily newspaper by the owner Lord Northcliffe. As such they were widely read, and widely acclaimed. It is curious therefor that they have slipped into relative obscurity only 100 years later, even though they were widely accepted within the Church of England and beyond.

The content of these volumes is not quite as fact-packed as for example the works by Anthony Borgia, but they have a unique style. In a way that is hard to describe, its almost as if you are accompanying each spirit as they go about their day. This conveys their life in a way not found in any other source. The facts conveyed are much the same as a great many other spirit communications, but it is this sense of being there that is different.

This particular volume is dictated by Arnel, a spirit residing in what is termed the Tenth Sphere in this series, but which will be more familiar as the Fifth Sphere to readers of other similar publications. This book is more philosophical that the earlier volumes. However one major event is described that lasted many years. Apparently because of the very poor spiritual condition of mankind, the energy signature surrounding the earth had begun to negatively influence inhabited planets in our vicinity. So a massive project was launched to cleanse this energy.

This volume also describes the problem of leadership, especially that which is typical of the male on earth, and how it is necessary for women to take up this role, but not using the same style that men use which is one of dominance.

I have added myself as editor because I have removed most of the archaic words and restricted sentences that were not clear, as our language has changed over time. I have also added numerous footnotes, and a chapter on recommended reading which is similar in nature to this volume.