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Ruth shick montgomery (1912-2001).A well known author of america .Information about her can be accessed from wikipedia . I would recommend to read any of her book which can be ordered online from amazon or flipkart .She goes into detail in the concepts of reincarnation, afterlife, change of age and many other spiritual topics.Ruth was an automatic writer and conveyed information which was given to her by guides.

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VAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA, VAHEGURU JI KI FATEH

I have read one of her books, A World Beyond, in which she communicates with Arthur Ford, who passed away. Makes for an interesting read and confirms many principles in Gurmat. Some of the predictions at the end seem wrong and the experience relayed by Arthur through Ruth seems (in my limited intellect) to be not a complete one of all the Khands that exist (as is alluded when Arthur speaks of higher planes of being). Perhaps subsequent books get more detail into other aspects and would complete the picture.

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The world beyond is an interesting work of her .As far as predictions are concerned she told what was dictated from the other side.'A world before 'is also very astonishing as she describes the Mu and atlantis civilizations which were destroyed thousands of years back .In a nutshell, all her works are a precious gemstone for spiritual seekers.

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Ruth Montgomery, who enjoyed great financial success via her prolific New Age writings, initially claimed to believe her mission on Earth was to educate the public regarding her views on life after death, which is common among spiritualists. However, she also studied reincarnation and came to believe that mental and physical illnesses often have their origins in past lives. Montgomery wrote of such things as birth marks indicating the possible sites of past life injuries, and commented that often children born with serious defects or illnesses are in fact re-paying debts incurred in previous existences.

Montgomery was a believer in the existence of extraterrestrial contact, and claimed to have met non-human aliens on a number of occasions, particularly when she resided in Mexico in the 1970s. In one book she wrote of missing an opportunity to ride in a flying saucer, due to her husband enduring a minor illness at the time the offer of a ride was made by space aliens.

With other like-minded mystics, Montgomery founded the Association for Past Life Research and Therapy. Her many books (channelled via automatic writing from her spirit guides) popularized spiritualist notions in public consciousness in the 1960s through the 1990s, and paved the way for what is now known as New Age religion. Montgomery is particularly noted for popularizing the walk-in theory whereby a person's soul can depart a hurt or anguished body and be replaced with a new soul to take over the body. She filled a book with an extensive list of present-day and historical individuals she said were examples of "walk-ins" and claimed several US Presidents were among this group.

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