Spirit Life: Or Do We Die by William Dunseath Eaton

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Author
William Dunseath Eaton
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Forgotten Books
Date of release
Pages
278
ISBN
9781330331576
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Paperback
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Excerpt from Spirit Life: Or Do We Die

Birth and death are incidents in life. The human body 18 assembled at one and dissolved at the other, but its temporary and more or less intelligent inhabitant goes uninterrupted on his educative way.

This book is not concerned with the state preceding birth, but only with that which fol lows bodily death, and with evidences of that state offered by people who have entered it.

The scope allowed is wide enough to include intelligence as a superphysical quantity in what we call the lower orders Of life, and the presence of influences that are neither physical nor spiritual in the ordinary sense of those terms, but properties of a domain that lies be tween the two.

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