Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, the spirit who wrote though Anthony Borgia. This book is the first part of the later publication “Life in the World Unseen”. LIFE IN THE WORLD UNSEEN. By ANTHONY BORGIA. FOREWORD BY SIR JOHN ANDERSON, BART. This pdf was created by Geoff Cutler, and is provided . life in the world unseen, new age spiritual novel describing how spirits or souls Received through the clairaudient mediumship of Anthony Borgia, an old friend.

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So what does a ‘dead’ priest have to say about such important issues as psychic contact with people in the world of spirit; and what are his opinions of today’s Orthodox Christian Church? Want to Bortia saving….

It was intended that they should be so from the beginning. Ajthony it right or not? One of the most fascinating books I’ve ever read. It has become hypnotised by its own apparent security. On passing to the spirit world, every person, regardless of color or creed, will find themselves the inheritors of precisely the spiritual abode to which their earthly lives have befitted them.

This is a start, and I would value feedback from anyone who knows something not stated here, or has a book that I lfe looking for, or perhaps have not yet identified. When he had been alive he had sermonized, lectured, and even wrote about that the afterlife is like.


It’s like a reference book, an autobiography and a novel all under one cover. Anthony Borgia was a medium who transcribed the thoughts of a deceased priest and author whom he had known in life; the Catholic priest’s name was Monsignor Robert Hugh Bensonand he was a son of a former Archbishop of Canterbury, Edward White Benson.

These spirit realms are full of people who once, when they were on earth, denied that such things as psychic faculties existed.

Wonderful exploration of the universe beyond what we can see. Mediumship – the good and the bad.

When he got to the other side, he was quite chagrined unsren learn how wrong he had been. Because we see things in a clear light in the spirit world, we regard the Church on earth – and by Church I mean all those religious bodies who nominate themselves Christian – we regard the Church upon earth not as a help to man in his spiritual progression, but as a downright and deliberate hindrance.

The charm, though, is anrhony what detracts from its power to ring true at every step.

One of his most notable books was “The Necromancers” where he ridiculed and condemned spirit communication as the work of the devil. Jan 25, Mike Radice rated it it was amazing. Open Preview See a Problem? It has poured money into bricks and mortar because it really believes that the House of God warrants a lavish expenditure in art and architecture.

Scott Birk rated it it was amazing Mar 03, He died at age Mary Westcott rated it really liked it May 15, Lynne Mclewin rated it it was amazing Oct 20, Ranking this book up with the esoteric classics. This is supposedly his story. David N Ford rated it it was ok Feb 07, There are detailed chapters on his first experiences in heaven, homes for rest for newly deceased, halls of learning and music, types of work in heaven, the darker realms, flowers, soil, building methods, time and space, recreation, the children’s sphere, famous people, organization, and the higher realms.


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Borgia was only a child, when he first met Monsignor Benson and was only 13 when passed away, but had always unnseen the priest with affection and reverence. The Church is blocking the way to the diffusion of spiritual truth and knowledge throughout the earth world. Feb 01, Elaine rated it it was amazing.

Life in the World Unseen

Karina rated it liked it Mar 27, It can also be downloaded online for free. The Padgett Messages in date order. Nevertheless I believe the book is valuable, as a typical tale of what happens to many people post death.