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The Book of Theanna: In the Lands That Follow Death (Updated Edition) (New)
by Lonsdale, Elias
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Book ID: 9781583943052, 1583943056
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The Book of Theanna contains a collection of letters written by Ellias, which he began transcribing from Theanna (formerly Sara Lonsdale), his wife and twin soul, shortly after her death. They communicate and commune through a sacred impulse that rises from the Earth and descends from the Heavens. It is this very current that brings forth a path into the Age of Aquaria.
In the course of these writings, Sara journeys to Heaven and Hell and the vast Lands in between. She paints vivid pictures of her encounters in each of these realms. Through the teachings she brings ways to break the crystallized shell holding us back from ultimate self-love and forgiveness. Waving the smelling salts through the words, she discusses illness, karma, the dark side, the Lord of Death, Christ, the death minds, and how to awaken to Truth.
There is an immense need for Death's truth to fully reveal itself. What this updated edition carries is a renewed and refreshed revelation--death is a different death than was ever possible before. It can now come forward in a redemptive fashion.
Not just another account of life after death, not a channeled book in the usual sense, "The Book of Theanna" comes to break death's spell with the power and intensity of Love from across the veil now returned to Earth.
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