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My Travels in the Spirit World

My Travels in the Spirit World

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Published by: Anurag Chand on Jan 23, 2010
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MY TRAVELS
in the
SPIRIT WORLD
By
CAROLINE D. LARSEN
 I think the book, is valuable.
SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
1927
Rutland, Vermont
U. S. A.
 
Introduction
Now, when
speculation and research concerning the
life after death are arousing
more interest in thepublic mind than at any other time in human
history, it seems
peculiarly fitting that I should
publish my "Travels in the Spirit World. "So far, every attempt
to lift the curtain thatseparates us from
the realms of the spirits has been
carried on through a "medium." But in this
littlebook,
I shall describe scenes of the Spirit World
which
I have witnessed with my own eyes, and I
shall relate conversations with spirits in which Ihave actually taken part. I have been enabled to tell
you of these
marvelous occurrences by virtue of a
rare faculty which few possess: the ability to
leave
the physical body and to live for
the time being in
the astral, the power of being a spirit though therehas been no actual physical death.
So, because of 
my additional ability to reason and to reflect on the
meaning of all I saw and beard, as
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My Travels In The Spirit Worldwell as the power to
retain it in the memory, I have
garnered
the knowledge of the life hereafter which I
now present to the public—a
knowledge which
must be considered as first hand evidence on the
subject; a knowledge obtained, I believe, by
the only
process possible to mortals.
This
ability to detach oneself from the material and
to live in the astral is not a power peculiar to me.
There are many records of a similar
facility. In mycase,
however, disassociation from the material was
purely involuntary. As
the reader will discover by
reading the opening
chapter of the book, I did not
seek or foster any such power. It possessed
me
unawares. Furthermore, I do not claim
any
superiority or supernatural gift because
of my
unlooked-for power. I regard it merely as a
"facility"—an
additional power which some persons happen
to
possess. One hears little of revelations by virtueof such a power because those who have it pay
no
attention to it or suppress
it altogether. To my
readers I commend
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