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by Arthur Findlay

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  • ISBN 0902036122
  • ISBN13 978-0902036123
  • Author Arthur Findlay
  • Publisher Spiritualists' National Union Ltd (December 31, 1951)
  • Pages 624
  • Formats doc mbr lrf docx
  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory New Age and Spirituality
  • Size ePub 1781 kb
  • Size Fb2 1176 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Where Two Worlds Meet, 1951, about Findley's encounters with the medium John Sloan.

Not to be confused with Arthur Finlay. Findlay's On the Edge of the Etheric (1931) defended Sloan's direct voice mediumship and supported the existence of an etheric body. Where Two Worlds Meet, 1951, about Findley's encounters with the medium John Sloan. The Spirit Book: The Encyclopedia of Clairvoyance, Channeling, and Spirit Communication. p. 141. ISBN 978-1578592135.

Where Two Worlds Meet Arthur Findlay DEDICATED to JOHN CAMPBELL SLOAN who, for fifty years, has given to mankind, without thought of reward or of his own convenience, the use of his body to supply the substance necessary to enable those who have died to vibrate our atmosphere with.

Where Two Worlds Meet Arthur Findlay DEDICATED to JOHN CAMPBELL SLOAN who, for fifty years, has given to mankind, without thought of reward or of his own convenience, the use of his body to supply the substance necessary to enable those who have died to vibrate our atmosphere with their voices and so speak to us. FOREWORD DURING the Second World War, Mr. John Campbell Sloan kindly gave his services from time to time, without charge, at the houses of different people, so that they and their friends might obtain the phenomenon known as the Direct Voice. ^ Bird, Malcolm (1924).

Where Two Worlds Meet. That's simply because Findlay didn't make any of this stuff up. It all came from published works in Theology and Religious History that most Christians are completely unaware of, but which are old news to theologians and biblical scholars. That is essentially part 1 of the book. Having disposed of Christianity, he sets about in part 2 explaining the precepts of Spiritualism, at least those that were promulgated before WWII.

Where Two Worlds Meet contains a lot of information and can be overwhelming at first. I highly recommend this book for anyone starting out. You can learn more about Janet Nohavec, purchase Where Two Worlds Meet or get it from your local library

Where Two Worlds Meet contains a lot of information and can be overwhelming at first. It’s definitely worth the effort though. For those of you who are more advanced in your Mediumship skills, you may find this book filled with a lot of information or exercises you already know. You can learn more about Janet Nohavec, purchase Where Two Worlds Meet or get it from your local library. Are you interested in Mediumship but not interested in learning it from a book? You are in luck!

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Lightbinder
This is a collection of 19 recorded séances using the direct voice medium John Campbell Sloan. The voices from the other side came through using trumpets. In fact, the trumpet would usually point to the incarnate person that the discarnate person wanted to talk to next.

This is a long book (624 pages) but is good to read in that you get the personalities of the individuals that came through, along with their emotions. Much of the conversations are those like you would expect of people who hadn’t talked with each other in a long while, which reinforces the idea that when we pass we will spend quite a bit of time in the beginning “catching-up” with those who we knew in the physical but who had passed before us.

There is a little controversy in that some of those who came through and talked about reincarnation said that reincarnation does not exist: “Many people believe in Reincarnation, but in all my many talks with Etherians I have never found one who knew anything about it. What they talk about is progress, but never about returning to earth to take up a new physical habitation. Anyone who knows anything about genetics will realize the absurdity of the idea, and why this Eastern belief has such a hold on many people in the West is difficult to understand. In the séance given in this chapter we notice that Mr. Cameron was told: ‘We cannot come back and go through the same again.’” (page 224). I believe reincarnation is real but that not all spirits are ready to accept it until they have progressed enough to understand it.

The medium John Campbell Sloan is to be admired: “Finally, Sloan is unique because these gifts, if they may be called so, do not interest him. He has never exploited them for money; in fact, he is quite indifferent about money. Consequently, he has given séance after séance over the past fifty years, and never received a penny. He was paid nothing for attending the Meetings recorded in the pages which follow. Instead of gaining anything from them he put himself to both trouble and expense to be present. He has received gifts from grateful sitters from time to time, but he never asks for anything and never expects a reward for his services.” (page 17)
Legionstatic
Arthur Findlay was an early researcher of Spiritualism, and quickly went from sceptic to firm believer after just a few seances with renowned British medium John Sloan. Once any form of trickery had been ruled out, a process described in his earlier books, he started a serious investigation of the 'phenomena'. These records however, are not of seances he attended, but were transcribed by his stenographer Jean Dearie in shorthand in the dark at seances she had attended with the same medium. Much of it is mundane chatting between those present and voices which claimed to be their relatives, with occasional referrals to WWII, as these records are from 1942 - 45, but it makes an interesting accompaniment to his other works. This book could only possibly be of interest though to people who have become convinced themselves of the reality of such communications. Findlay adds further information to the end of each chapter, but this is not enough to convince the sceptic. For that, get hold of his 'On The Edge Of The Etheric'. 624 pages.

(It stands up to closer scrutiny though. From a seance on 19 September 1944, an unknown spirit speaker says 'I am going away now. I have another engagement. I am going over to the borderline between Holland and Germany to try and help those that are coming over. Some of them don't understand that they have passed over at all.' Findlay doesn't comment on this piece of information, but some research shows that the disastrous airborne attack on Arnhem, which officially started with the glider landings on 17 September, reached its climax on 19 September with the British attack on Arnhem Bridge. A total of 27000 lives had been lost by the time the British withdrew from this Dutch-German border town on 25 September.)
(More recent but equally convincing books on Spiritualism are 'At The Hour Of Death', 'The Supreme Adventure' and 'The Scole Experiment'.)
Reddefender
Arthur Findlay was an early researcher of Spiritualism, and quickly went from sceptic to firm believer after just a few seances with renowned British medium John Sloan. Once any form of trickery had been ruled out, a process described in his earlier books, he started a serious investigation of the 'phenomena'. These records however, are not of seances he attended, but were transcribed by his stenographer Jean Dearie in shorthand in the dark at seances she had attended with the same medium. Much of it is mundane chatting between those present and voices which claimed to be their relatives, with occasional referrals to WWII, as these records are from 1942 - 45, but it makes an interesting accompaniment to his other works. This book could only possibly be of interest though to people who have become convinced themselves of the reality of such communications. Findlay adds further information to the end of each chapter, but this is not enough to convince the sceptic. For that, get hold of his 'On The Edge Of The Etheric'. 624 pages.

(It stands up to closer scrutiny though. From a seance on 19 September 1944, an unknown spirit speaker says 'I am going away now. I have another engagement. I am going over to the borderline between Holland and Germany to try and help those that are coming over. Some of them don't understand that they have passed over at all.' Findlay doesn't comment on this piece of information, but some research shows that the disastrous airborne attack on Arnhem, which officially started with the glider landings on 17 September, reached its climax on 19 September with the British attack on Arnhem Bridge. A total of 27000 lives had been lost by the time the British withdrew from this Dutch-German border town on 25 September.)
(More recent but equally convincing books on Spiritualism are 'At The Hour Of Death', 'The Supreme Adventure' and 'The Scole Experiment'.)