Arthur Conan Doyle's Book of the Beyond
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of the great detective Sherlock Holmes, is less well known for the extraordinarily energetic quest to reveal and promote the truth of life after death. Shortly after his own death, in 1930, and through a sequence of events that makes a fascinating tale in itself, a spirit communicator who identified himself as Sir Arthur did return, to fulfill that quest.
In his messages Sir Arthur gives a whole new concept of the planes of life that exist for the soul after death and of its rise through those planes into the place of oneness. The revelation took the Spiritualist and orthodox world by storm when it appeared in the 1930s, and this book is still the classic exposition of the realms after death today. It also contains interesting material about early days in the White Eagle Lodge.