Books Dictated From Beyond The Grave


Via Mental Floss, literary works that came to us from the other side:

    • The Sorry Tale (Pearl Lenore Curran and Patience Worth). Starting in the early 1910s, Pearl Lenore Curran and her friend Emily Grant Hutchings worked the Ouija board together twice a week. On July 8, 1913, Patience Worth made her presence known. According to the frantic spelling across the Ouija board, Patience was born in either 1649 or 1694 “across the sea” and was killed in an Indian raid. When really inspired, the Patience-Pearl duo could spell out about 1500 words an hour, which is how she came to be the author of books including The Sorry Tale and Hope Trueblood.
    • God Bless U, Daughter (Mildred Swanson and Mark Twain). Unwilling to let his deceased status slow him down, Samuel Clemens allegedly contacted Mildred Swanson of Independence, Missouri. In the late 1960s, Swanson wrote a book called God Bless U, Daughter, a diary of her planchette conversations with Clemens.
    • The Seth Materials (Jane Roberts and “Seth”). In 1963, a “personality energy essence” calling itself “Seth” contacted Jane Roberts via the Ouija board, which she was using for research on a book about ESP. Seth preferred to divulged details about reincarnation, free will, telepathy, physical matter, anti-matter, and the subconscious. Together, Roberts and Seth developed enough material for 10 books from more than 1800 sessions.
    • A View From the Other Side (Mary Maracek and Jane Roberts). Jane Roberts died in 1984 at the age of 55. Naturally, she took it upon herself to channel her writings through someone else just as Seth had done through her. The result is Jane Roberts’ A View from the Other Side, about Jane’s own experiences since her death.

1 Comment on "Books Dictated From Beyond The Grave"

  1. BuzzCoastin | Oct 31, 2013 at 1:03 pm |

    Heraclitus says: Living and dead, awake and asleep, young and old, are the same. For these several states are transmutations of each other.
    The sleepers are laborers and co-workers in what takes place in the world.

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