To the seeker of truth, the question of the “hereafter” may be the most meaningful of all fields of inquiry. And the topic isn't merely relevant to the future: one’s strategies for this life might be very different if one knew definitively that another life follows.
Human history universally reports existence of an afterlife, anecdotal evidence abounds, even well-designed scientific studies suggest that we survive physical death; yet many people, for various reasons, prefer to avoid the topic altogether.
While a quick survey of the subject may provide compelling evidence of a “spirit world,” it also reveals widespread disagreement about the nature of this realm. One learns that much yet needs to be learned.
One can surmise, though, that many inhabitants of the spirit universe could be capable teachers, with the wisdom of centuries: the challenge, it seems, is to find mortals who can accurately receive and transmit their thoughts. Albert Einstein might be an example of a stunning success.
In the early 1900’s, an attorney named James Padgett discovered that he had the gift of automatic writing, receiving messages from a wide variety of spirits — most notably a number claiming to be from Jesus of Nazareth, intended to correct the record of his life and teachings.
Were Jesus and Padgett successful in their attempted communication? In our opinion, to a degree, yes. But these writings can’t be verified with mathematical equations: we invite you to explore them for yourself, and note the ring of truth where you hear it…