dissolved by 11,000 pages
By Ludo Vrebos, based on the books by Jozef Rulof.
By reading the 11,000 pages of the books by Jozef Rulof, ‘death’ transforms into eternal life.
Illustration: Death presented as mother. The symbolism of this painting received by Jozef Rulof will be explained later in this article.
Our eternal life
By means of the totality of knowledge about life after death, recorded in the 11,000 pages of the books by Jozef Rulof, death cannot continue to exist for the reader who feels this knowledge to be true.
Death dissolves step by step and makes way for a spiritual continued existence in a conscious hereafter.
These books go beyond the so-called ‘resting in the grave’.
They take us to our eternal life, first in consecutive lives on earth, and then in the conscious hereafter.
Fear or happiness
By reading the books by Jozef Rulof, the fear of death disappears, if this has been formed by ignorance.
However, if that fear is the result of experiencing a dreadful deathbed in a previous life, the reading will probably not be able to remove all the fear.
The reading can however give another perspective.
Because the word ‘death’ can be replaced by words such as ‘continuing and evolution’.
Yes, even by the word ‘happiness’, because death brings the blissful unity with our departed loved ones and finally with our twin soul, the soul which belongs to us for eternity.
Belief in death
For anyone who is firmly convinced that no life after death exists, it will be difficult to convince him in the hereafter that he has died on earth.
When he awakes in the spiritual world, he thinks that he still lives on earth.
After all, he is alive, he can feel, think and perceive, so for his feeling he is not dead.
When other inhabitants try to get him to see that he has died on earth, he usually does not believe them and thinks that they are crazy.
In the past, the ‘belief in death’ even grew into the ‘last judgement’ for a number of people.
These people believe that the deceased person must lie and wait in the grave until the day that God calls all the deceased to life and judges whether they can go to heaven.
When the people who believe in this get to hear after their death that they have already ‘risen’ and that they are already in the hereafter with their spiritual body, they find it very difficult to accept that they are no longer lying in the grave waiting for the judgement.
To a new life
The painting above was received by Jozef Rulof as a medium.
Death is illustrated here by a mother who takes central place in the painting.
Just as a mother gives birth to new life, death also ensures a new life for the old man on the left.
Death is the gateway to a new life in the hereafter, or on earth.
That new life is illustrated by the girl on the right.
Death ensures that the old man can discard his old body and that the man receives a new young body by reincarnating.
In this way, death does not signify an end, but a new step in the eternal evolution of the soul.
Many people have already received a glimpse of death by means of their near-death experience.
By means of their leaving their body they experience that they can see, feel and think outside of their body.