Author: Hiralal L Kaji
Publisher: New Age Books
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8178221381
Spiritualism has attracted many amateurs as mediums and these have tried to give to the world some idea of spirits On the other hand, many would like to think spirits as ghosts which are described in fiction; but Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, renowned in his lifetime as an author and spiritualist, as a spirit, can assure the readers that a ghost is an elemental and therefore not a spirit. Spirits have no body, nor any shape; they are a mere energy as distinguished from mere conception.
The entire book, as the author states, had been dictated to him on the Ouija Board-the most current system of spirit-communication, which makes it possible to have a good talk with the desired spirit-by the spirit of Sir Doyle.
In its nine chapters, the book discusses death, carriage, the great trial, the seven stages, rebirth, life of a spirit, bonds with the world, its powers and disabilities, and the final goal.
Preface to the Second Edition
The Leap in the Dark
The Great Trial
The Seven Stages or Planes
The Theory of Rebirth