RIGHT OF PASSAGE by Deborah Richmond Foulkes

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"RIGHT OF PASSAGE, What the Dead say about Reincarnation, is Deborah Richmond Foulkes’ fifth book written with Spirit. It is the culmination of twelve years of research, including nearly four years spent in Scotland and England, validating the messages the author received from Spirit through original documents and contemporary accounts from the 13th and 14th centuries. As a Spiritualist, the author has combined her academic acumen for historical research with her training as a medium. In this book Deborah features several lifetimes of over a dozen souls through information disseminated from Spirit in a new way.

The messages from Spirit came through Deborah’s own mediumship as well as the Spirit communication of other, well known Mediums. Accounts of several of her readings were featured in books by others, including Psychic Medium Lydia Clar with her book OUT OF DARKNESS INTO LIGHT, Spiritual Medium Robert Brown’s first book, WE ARE ETERNAL, and Trance Medium Suzane Northrop’s book, EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON. Deborah also received substantial validation of her work during a public demonstration of Spirit Communication at the Virginia Beach retreat sponsored by Robert Brown. His special guest and friend, medium John Edward, came to Deborah with messages that substantiated her own messages from Spirit as well as her historical research.

Deborah Richmond Foulkes is a Spiritualist in a line of Spiritualists that date back to the first documented communication of 1848 in Hydesville, New York with a deceased peddler and the Fox sisters. As one of her guides in Spirit, Deborah’s great, great grandmother Elizabeth Foster, validated her participation in a séance held by First Lady Mary Lincoln at the White House. Her cousin Horace Greeley, of newspaper fame, wrote about Spiritualism and the Fox sisters, supporting their work communicating with the Hydesville peddler, Charles Rosna in Spirit. Greeley became a friend of that Fox family and even hosted a wedding at his home in New York on their behalf.

Spiritualism as a religion believes in the phenomena they call mediumship. Deborah Richmond Foulkes became a Certified Medium in the Spiritualist church. But while communication with the so called dead is accepted among Spiritualists, multiple incarnations is not. In 2000 Deborah received her first clue about a past life in Scotland. She was able to verify the information from her guide in Spirit through original documents. Other guides in her circle began to come forth with proof of their lifetimes. Then in 2006, the Spirit known as Archibald Douglas revealed his lifetime as a young man named David Lee who grew up in western Pennsylvania and became a United States Marine.

“I died in a jeep accident, landmine,” Dave explained. That piece of evidence was the first link to a lifetime that ended in 1968, for the same soul who incarnated in 1296 in Scotland. The author was able to validate through research that the soul had the same personality, with the identical core values, whether he was 2nd Lieutenant Dave Hopkins USMC or Sir Archibald Douglas, Regent of Scotland.

That important step meant for Spiritualists that the soul is the same lifetime over lifetime. Others in Spirit began to come forward with their evidence of survival. And each time Deborah was able to find historical evidence to validate their claims. The author was also able to show that the soul was identical in each ensuing incarnation.

Deborah Richmond Foulkes backs up her claims for the existence of reincarnation through historical research validating messages from Spirit. The book is well illustrated with photos of medieval documents as well as actual drawings from Spirit Artists of the souls who shared their stories.

The author emphasizes that her book is the first in a series, a template for proving reincarnation for ourselves. RIGHT OF PASSAGE is a groundbreaking book with undeniable academic research to

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Published May 27, 2011 by Authorhouse. 172 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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