I have kind of been following the Damien Echols books. I am hoping to build up enough to make a run at Rufus Opus’ Seven spheres. It is just that these 2 guys resonate with me. (I also like Tempest and Woodcroft, so I guess I am interested in angels until I work up the courage to work with demons)
(since this field of study is so enormous, I thought should give you some background)
I think I heard Echols say that we harden our Auras so that we will retain some of the growth from this life when we are born into the next.
But I also though I heard it helps keep our conciousness intact after death longer.
What if we are not born right away, do our “hardened auras” kind of float around like ghosts or something. Or do the hardening disintegrate and we have to start over.
Is there a general consensus on what Western thought thinks happens (or Eastern thought too) with our experiences from this life as effect/pertain to our next incarnation.
For instance, I think there is no way for an old guy like me (I’m 52) to finish the Great Work, but I would like to come back in better circumstance next time so I might have a chance of getting it done.