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The Christ Letters: An Evolutionary Guide Homeby Ellias Lonsdale
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Before she died, Theanna (then Sara Lonsdale) developed a means to continue communication with her husband Ellias. Her words from beyond death's doors first appeared in The Book of Theanna, an introduction to the many realms of consciousness. Now Ellias has gathered and transcribed The Christ Letters, a collection of detailed accounts of Theanna's encounters with the Christ presence, transmitted at Christmas and Easter time over the course of several years. Drawing deeply on the feminine aspect of consciousness and framing her discussion around the astrological qualities of each of the seven classical planets, Theanna reexamines the figure of Christ and his teachings, exploding the myths imposed on Christ by church-based Christianity. What emerges is an unusual and inspirational account of the journey each one of us must take, from the darkest places of consciousness to eventual resurrection into the light of redemption.
Not just another account of life after death, nor a channeled book in the usual sense, The Christ Letters enacts a virtually ignored method of spiritual communication. Theanna's principal goal is to make her process available collectively so that from this point on, people will "discover inside their own strength of being a Christ presence, something unexpected and wildly unknown."
About the Author
Ellias Lonsdale is the founder of Star Genesis, a visionary alternative to traditional astrology that blends the teachings of Rudolf Steiner with Lonsdale's own investigations into the nature of consciousness. When his life partner, Sara, died of cancer, Lonsdale pioneered new ways of communicating with the dead, gaining insights about their realm and ours. He is the author of five books, including The Book of Theanna and Inside Planets.
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