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This book discuss views on what happned at the moment of death and the diferent states of consciousness we find ourselves afterwards. It covers the astral plane and life in that condition and Devachan, Astral Shells, some wonderful poems on death and much more.

This is an information book that references H.P. Blavatsky, A. Besant, C. W. Leadbeater amongst others.

 

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This is a comprehensive study of what happens to a person during and after death. 

It reviews the different states of Kama-Loka (Astral Plane), Devachan, the struggle between the higher and lower principles, The 2nd Death, Gestation Period, Shells, Shades, premature death and many more interesting topics.  The main literature used is from various sources of H. P. Blavatsky and The Mahatma Letters.

For anyone wanting to know more abou this fasinating topic this is a must read.

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A COMFORTING IN TRUTH One of the most wonderful and comforting truths which the Ancient Wisdom brings to us is the fact there is in reality no death anywhere in the Universe. Nothing ever ceases to exist, it but changes its state. In the words of the poet Longfellow:
"There is no death, What seems so is transition"

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After the loss of a loved one, we may feel like expressing in words our thoughts on the transition to a new state of awareness. Whether it is to family members or something that we may wish to read out at a funeral, there is not a lot of poetry with a theosophical flavour in which our expressions can be truly represented.

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