Compiled by Ivan Cooke
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of the great detective Sherlock Holmes, is now less well know for his 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 which makes a fascinating tale in itself, a spirit communicator who identified himself as Sir Arthur did return, to fulfil that quest. This book gives the outcome, a remarkable series of messages, received through the medium Grace Cooke over a period of 18 months. The messages paint a vivid picture of the afterlife, astonishing in its scope, which amounts to a complete description of the planes of consciousness through which man evolves and which, as Sir Arthur claims, man can actually experience in this life.