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Catalog Prosveta 2019
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Waves that affect the souls of discarnate beings


Rosa Celeste

"Rosa Celeste",
Gustave Doré (1832-1883)
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'...And where do you think the custom of giving funeral orations comes from, or at least of saying a few affectionate words or giving a eulogy for the deceased before parting from them? Here again, the origins of this custom contain initiatic knowledge: the dead are extremely sensitive to what the living say, think and feel about them. Spoken words, as well as feelings and thoughts, produce vibrations; they emit waves that affect the souls of discarnate beings... The custom of placing flowers on a grave can also be seen as a relic of these traditions. But these days people place flowers on graves mainly to make the grave look pretty. Are they thinking when they do this that the flowers contain a living quintessence that will nourish the souls of the dead?
And it is the same with nightlights, candles and incense: all matter that is sacrificed releases forces and energies that help and support souls...'

Extract from ‘Walk While You Have the Light’
(Chapter 9 - The meaning of funeral rites)
‘Walk While You Have the Light’
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