Life After Death

John Sebastian Marlow Ward, also known as J. S. M., had a vision early in December 1913 in which he learned of the death of his father-in-law, H. J. L. The vision began with a message that he had died suddenly and went on to show his funeral where Ward and his wife Carrie were present. On January 5th (H. J. L.'s birthday), Ward and Carrie received a telegram to say H. J. L. had suddenly died. That same night H.J.L. came to Ward in a dream and said, "I have been trying to speak to Carrie, but can't, so I have come to you. Tell her I am alive, more alive than before I died; that I am mentally clearer than I was for some time before I died". This was the beginning of a series of messages from the afterlife from H. J. L. and other communicators who explained the conditions from their different perspectives in the astral plane, the spirit plane, and Hell, also referred to as the Realm of Unbelief.

I am not the body that has served me for so long.

I am the Spiritual Self of Light.

I am not the emotional nature that has caused such sorrow.

I am the Spiritual Self of Love.

I am not the mind that has entangled me with its goals,

I am the Spiritual Self of Light and Love and Power.

For I am

a manisfestation of the Eternal, Everpresent, Everloving God,

a Radient child of the Most High,

a Ray of the One Pure Light of the Golden Sun that never sets.

I am a spark of the One Flame that lasts throughout Eternity,

the Immortal and Ever-Youthful Dweller in the body,

the Birthless, Deathless, Blissful, Ever-glorious Soul.

I walk forward into the Heart of Love,

to be enveloped in an ever increasing tide of Glory.

I will become One with that mighty ocean of Love which flows

endlessly throughout the Cosmos.

I walk Joyfully into the Light and become the Light,

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