Of the seven spiritual works by Western fiction author Stewart Edward White, this one is the most comprehensive and powerful. However, I recommend you read "The Betty Book" first. Some may very well take issue with the mode of enquiry (communications between Mr. White and his deceased wife, Betty)--I have my doubts about that too. But the metaphysical universe that White constructs (supposedly with Betty's guidance) is consistent, inspiring, and IMHO logical. It fills in gaps left in other metaphysical/cosmological systems. It makes a lot more sense, IMO, than other (e.g. the Seth) books do. I suggest, if the stated source offends you, that you just ignore that and, instead, look at the vision as a whole and see if it resonates with you. It does with me.
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