Troubador Between Heaven & Charing Cross: Volume Two

Released: 28/02/2017

ISBN: 9781788037044

Format: Paperback

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Between Heaven & Charing Cross: Volume Two


The extraordinary real-life adventure story of this rescue team leads on to show how Volume One was just the handle of a group soul instrument. Volume Two is its business end. Talks abound, rescues get tough, tensions build and issues reach their climax as the point is made to discerning minds. Once and for all Peter has to make his life choice, upon which hinges the future of Ashdene. But the future of that issue which compelled a plan of incarnation for so many, is still open to their taking its handle and using the business end in succour of ordinary folk who pass over daily with a problem of perception – a problem increased now by commoner belief in scientific materialism's para. What most came across to us from rescue work was that upon physical death our usual subjective experience becomes objective. In other words th private world we experience of our base attitude, root assumptions, belief-structure and underlying expectation turns right round to become our objective outer world. With scientific root assumption now religiously fixed on the physical world and objective experience as our sole reality, this tends to be problematic at the turnaround - of which organisations psychical and spiritual have failed to tell humanity. Disbelief beforehand doesn't matter, the seven had told us, if it is borne in mind and recalled usefully after passing. Then to know that someone stands by you personal guidance can also be crucial. But the vital message was not to get bound to earth while still here and the group's mission was to extend their astral work to people here by explaining - with our many sad cases as an example - that if we stay in the physical dream we'll become more earthbound, whereas if we make out of it we'll become more alive.

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Jules  Hillyar

1948 born and bred in the southern English countryside, Jules Hillyar grew receptive to the invisible side of nature and before long to his major impetus. By the time he met Valerie in 1965 he had already walked out of school, family, and conventional life to pursue psychical studies, synthesising their overall picture with that of metaphysical knowledge worldwide. In 1972 he was drawn in by Valerie to the Ashdene situation as advisor, thence remaining one of its four central participants. His alliance is solely among them in the book’s purpose. As far as he knows from his years in the psychical field nothing like it has appeared before. Nor could anyone else have written it. He is the only person who knows what happened throughout, the one who was left its tapes, and the one whose promised role was its fulfilment.

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