The Spirit World Chronicles is an ongoing series based on channeled accounts of what the afterlife is like. Some of the material examined in this series dates back to nearly a century ago, and the referenced sources discuss a wide range of topics that have to do with life after death and the conditions of the realms beyond.
Most of us know by this point that war is something the planetary ‘elite’ make money from and use to sacrifice the poor, and it obviously needs to end if we want to build a new world. The cabal’s influence has to come to an end if we want war to cease, and we have to be the ones to end it.
I could write a lot about the necessity to end war, and I probably will another time, but that isn’t the purpose of this article.
The purpose of this article is to provide a glimpse into what crossing over is like in times of war, and as usual, we have a wealth of channeled accounts to examine that have addressed this subject. War causes people to pass on in large numbers, and as we’ll learn, this can make the initiation of each person who passes pretty difficult.
Our fourth-dimensional family works very hard to help us understand when our transition takes place, and I can only imagine how difficult it is to help fallen and confused soldiers understand that their life is eternal and that they’ve entered the next world.
We’ll learn about the extent to which our family beyond helps everyone who crosses over in war understand and cope with their transition (before helping their fellow fallen brethren), and we’ll get a better glimpse of just how coordinated the actions of fourth-dimensional ‘transition guides’ are.
In our first quote, Phillip Gilbert tells us what it’s like for a lot of soldiers who are in the heat of battle when they pass on.
“In these times*, … there are so many, so many who have been shot over here suddenly, in full earth vigour, hot-blooded, resentful in many cases, or wracked by hideous memories, all their emotions going strong and to be subdued. All these constitute a great mass of the ‘earth-bound’ at present and we work amongst them.” (1)
I’m sure it’s difficult for anyone who passes in such a way to cope with their transition, but they’re given as much assistance as they need. Everyone’s given a wealth of assistance and guidance when they pass on, and this is especially so for people who die in painful or traumatic ways.
In the fourth dimension, they’re able to leave all of that trouble behind and embrace an unprecedented sense of peace, and instead of the misery of the battlefield, soldiers are able to enjoy a greater level of joy and bliss than most people on earth can attain.
Of course, how we experience the fourth dimension depends entirely on how we live our earthly lives, but I think everyone’s eventually able to be at peace and enjoy their higher-dimensional existence.
According to someone from the other side named ‘Joe’, some soldiers who are ripped away in the heat of battle eventually perceive a hospital, with all of their guides and helpers standing/hovering around them.
“Those who are killed quite suddenly … come over with the feelings and thoughts which they had just before. Often it is those who still think they have to go on fighting and have to be calmed; often they think they must have suddenly gone mad because the scene has changed.
“That is not surprising if you can imagine in what a tremendous state of tension, almost like madness, the actual fighting is carried out. Then they often think … they are now in a base hospital.” (2)
After the madness of fighting, the soldiers are able to perceive a peaceful hospital, free of the overbearing stress and tension that gripped them before. It probably takes a while for them to realize that they’ve actually passed on, and if it were me, I’d be relieved I was in a peaceful setting.
I’d be relieved to be anywhere but the battlefield, and I’m sure the soldiers who aren’t too tired are happy to find that they’ve been removed from the chaotic place they were in before.
Joe continues, telling us that some soldiers are happy to hear they’ve passed into a peaceful place, while others are too weary to care one way or the other.
“We have to humour them at first and only gradually explain to them what the hospital means. Sometimes they are profoundly glad, those who have come to the limit of endurance and rejoice to be free from the world of wars.
“Sometimes, with those who have very strong home ties, we have to let them realize as gently and gradually as possible; most are so weary in spirit that they worry very little and are soon ready to settle down to their rest.” (3)
It’s probably difficult for the soldiers with strong ties to the third-dimensional earth to understand and accept when their time has come, and some of them are content to sleep for a very long time before they wake up in spirit and come to terms with their transition.
I can’t imagine how difficult it’d be for a solider to be almost instantaneously taken from a battlefield to a peaceful, etheric hospital, and the whole thing is probably pretty jarring.
A sailor who was in an oil tanker that was hit describes his experience passing on.
“I was in an oil tanker and we were all drowned when she was hit. It was very quick and I did not suffer any pain but tremendous surprise at finding myself possessed of the most wonderful strength and able to heave away all kinds of wreckage.
“I was making my way through the debris when I realised that we were moving through deep water. It was so still that it was just like a dream. I remember feeling it was quite easy to move and there was no difficulty in breathing (if we were breathing), but now I come to think of it, it was a different sort of breath.
“Anyhow I got free and so did some of my friends and we moved away without quite knowing what we were doing. We found a stranger had joined us, his clothes were quite dry and he walked through the water without it seeming to touch him. I noticed this and after a time I said something to him about it.” (4)
They’d clearly already passed on by this point, but they didn’t realize it yet. This man and his friends thought they were escaping to safety, when in reality, they were already safe. Their physical bodies might have perished, but since we’re all etheric consciousness at our core, they were already free of any potential pain their deaths might’ve caused.
I think it’s great that some people are able to leave their bodies without even realizing it, and I’m sure it diminishes the potential fear of death that could’ve otherwise gripped them. The sailor and his friends were probably still pretty terrified, but luckily, they weren’t going to take any more physical damage.
- Philip Gilbert through Alice Gilbert, medium. Philip in the Spheres. London: Psychic Book Club, n.d, 24. *Philip is referring to the Second World War and the years immediately after it.
- “Joe’s Scripts”, Paul Beard, Living On. How Consciousness Continues and Evolves After Death. New York: Continuum, 1981, 64.
- Loc. cit.
- Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding, Many Mansions. (London, etc.: Rider and Co., n.d.), 29.
Concluded in Part 2 tomorrow.