This page gives
a summary of the key characteristics of the books in the Beyond
The Veil set.
Lowlands Of Heaven
messages from George Vale Owen's mother and her helpers
her environment after death
the activities in which she has been involved
- the different
stages of spiritual development are discussed; in particular,
the process of individuals becoming aware that they have 'passed
over' (died) is described.
- some references
to George Vale Owen's own family are included
massages from Astriel - identified as being a headmaster from
Warwick during the 18th century.
messages from Zabadiel
the spheres of heaven and the way in which it is possible to progress
from the lower to higher spheres
that it would not be possible for (living) mortals to understand
the tenth sphere
reveals his frustration with the difficulty of communication
of how the process of scientific discovery repeats itself are
messages from Arnel, an inhabitant of Sphere Ten
the building of a temple in Sphere Five - to be used as a means
for communicating between earth and the spirit world
a mission that Arnel and his helpers undertake to help a group
of people who are - effectively - in Hell
- Heaven is
described as a place of service where the objective is to help
those - both still on earth and in the lower spheres - who are
in search of spiritual improvement.
further messages from Arnel
the ceremonies that take place in the higher spheres
a number of theological arguments - for example, what happens
to stillborn babies when they die
the significance of the Bible for Christians.