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"The New Revelation" by Arthur Conan Doyle - 102 pgs


British writer, Arthur Conan Doyle was much more than the creator of the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. He was also a Christian spiritualist with a profound belief in immortality and a keen knowledge of ancient mysticism.

Arthur Conan Doyle provides proof for life after death and communication with the dead, a message of hope and consolation to all those who have lost loved ones, or who want to know what happens after so-called “death.”

In this attractive reprint of the classic 1918 book, Conan Doyle discusses his journey from sceptic to believer, citing scientific experiments and studies, as well as his own personal experiences, all adding up to irrefutable evidence that human consciousness survives the death of the physical body.

After years of communicating with the “dead,” Conan Doyle sifts through his findings, concluding that we live on for eternity in a luminous pain-free world of beautiful light, complete freedom, and unconditional love, surrounded by family members, friends, and kindred spirits.

Includes four chapters, supplementary documents, a preface by the author, and an introduction by the editor. As with all Sea Raven Press reprints, not one word has been added to or subtracted from the original text.


This book is not illustrated.

"The New Revelation"

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