The Mystical Marriage

Opening the Sixth Seal of the Revelation—The Doorway of Vision

by C. S. Warner



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/27/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 314
ISBN : 9781663201560

About the Book

Have you ever wondered if a Near-Death Experience (NDE) can actually happen? The answer to that is “No,” unless you consider the physical body to be the essence of who you are. What you will find during one of these experiences is that your Spirit is your essence and your physical body is simply the “vehicle” that your Spirit rides in. Try picturing it this way: your body is like a car. When the car goes kaput, you get a different car. That’s the way it is with “death”. Your Spirit gets out of the “dead” body and gets into a different one. The first book in this series explains what an NDE looks like, feels like and what in our body triggers the visions and “silent” voices that we hear. It also explains why someone who has experienced this sometimes becomes intuitive, a psychic or perhaps a savant. The author takes you on a journey that shows you how this ancient ability and understanding of “the other side” and how to communicate with it has existed since the beginning of time. Sometimes that understanding is shown to us in mythological or biblical stories, or in some type of art form. Regardless of how those stories come down to us, they are irrevocably intertwined using numbers, letters, symbols, [God], angels, gods, goddesses, alchemy or astrological/astronomical symbols. In today’s world, people use religion and science to explain the same things that our Ancient ancestors knew, and that is that there is no such thing as death. This book is the stepping-stone in learning how to “read the writing in the sky” and why it is of utmost importance to learn what Enlightenment is and where to find it.

About the Author

CS Warner has traveled extensively and learned and practiced numerous religions, customs and metaphysical modalities. She has several college degrees and is currently taking doctoral Religious Studies classes. When she is not writing or studying, she works with homeless people and refugees.