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The book is a compelling novel about the temple life of the priests of Ancient Egypt.
The historically true story takes place in the temple of Isis, approximately 4000 years ago.
Through the book we get to know Dectar as a priest in this temple.
This temple life is one of the most important previous lives of Jozef Rulof.
In that life he got to know and conquer the magical powers, and in this way laid the basis for his later mediumship.
For the life of Jozef Rulof these powers had sunk to his subconscious, but Alcar – the spiritual leader of Jozef – used those powers from the subconscious to build up the mediumship.
As a result of his temple lives Jozef could reach a height in mediumship which is seldom shown on earth.
‘Between Life and Death’ gives us a penetrating image of the power of the Ancient Egyptian temples.
The priests applied themselves life after life to the controlling of their bodies and their thoughts, so that they were no longer disturbed by anything during their meditations.
The book describes their lessons in concentration, and the rock-hard tests which they had to do in order to be accepted as a priest.
The book reveals their knowledge about life and death, including a deep analysis of dying, the death as a personality, sleep as entry to the astral life, healings as a result of concentration, and a metaphysical study of the character.
All the priests were under the strict control of the high priests.
The power of these high priests was unlimited.
As a result of their razor-sharp concentration they not only checked all the actions of the priests, but even their thoughts.
If a priest developed one thought which was not built up according to the rules of the temple, he was punished painfully for this.
If these thoughts were repeated, then he was killed.
In this hell of power and cold concentration one priest is followed in the book, Venry.
This priest was a ‘natural talent’ with a rare height of born clairvoyance and power of concentration.
Venry felt that the temple stripped of every feeling of love, and he sought a way to bring the temple back to the light.
In the temple he also gets to know his twin soul, which strengthened his higher feelings of love and harmony even more.
All these feelings brought him, together with his master Dectar, into a struggle of life and death with the supreme high priest Iseués.
This struggle was taken to the highest level, to the court of the pharaoh.
During the temple meetings Venry disembodied and he received astral and cosmic wisdom from the ‘Goddess of Isis’, who was recorded in ‘Between Life and Death’.
The books which Jozef Rulof now received are in fact a continuation of this knowledge.
Then the masters could not go further, because the priests wanted to experience themselves and wanted to keep the magic powers in their own hands.
Finally the temples fell into the hands of black magic.
A few priests remained faithful to their higher ideals and obscured the knowledge, so that it would not fall into the hands of the uninitiated.
In the present time that obscuring is no longer necessary.
Now the highest wisdom can be brought to earth, because humanity is faced with spiritual awakening and can employ spiritual knowledge to drive itself to the light.
Now the books lie open for every interested party.
Jozef Rulof also received this book mediumistically.
He writes in the foreword: ‘The intelligence, who passed this onto me, was brought to me by my leader Alcar.
Alcar allowed him to tell about his life, about his dying on the battlefield during the May Days of 1940 and about his entrance into the spiritual world.
May this book also help to convince you of your eternal life.’
The spiritual writer who was called ‘Theo’ during his earthly life, was killed as a soldier in the trenches of the Grebbe-line in the Second World War.
In the book the writer researches the reason which people give for waging war.
The ‘Thou shalt not kill’ of Moses is kept in the light of spiritual science and weighed up against ‘legal self-defence’.
Are there situations where you may kill?
Are there ‘justifiable grounds’ to be found for firing that shot?
Must you let everything happen, or may you fight back?
Is an armed action spiritually permissible?
Must you fight for your fatherland?
Is the example of Christ on Golgotha meaningful, or can ‘exceptions’ be acknowledged?
Questions which Theo asked during and after his earthly life, and to which he found an adequate answer to in the spiritual life.
During his earthly life Theo already came into conflict with his own actions.
As a professional soldier he trained other soldiers to handle weapons, whilst his conscious told him that you may never kill.
After his death he discovered why he had actually become a soldier, and that the grenade which flung him from his body was no coincidence.
That his own life had sought out that grenade in a certain sense.
There he came to the disconcerting realisation that another person lived in his own emotional life.
Someone who felt just as ‘familiar’ as his normal personality.
Further research taught him that his own past life let itself be felt as a personality.
That personality was mesmerised by the question what happens to the soul if it is flung from the body by a shock.
This question attached itself completely to his emotional life, and he could no longer become released from it.
He had to and would have the answer to this, because otherwise he could no longer find any peace.
In this way the book points us to the great responsibility of what we aim our feeling at.
We are the creators of our own future, more than we realise as human beings, because the causes of our present life situation often lie hidden in previous lives.
In addition to the ‘law of cause and effect’ and reincarnation Theo also describes his own experiences in the areas of spiritualism, faith, marriage and choice of partner, universal love and twin souls.
Both during his life on earth and in the life after death Theo is helped by his father with whom he had a warm bond of friendship.
On earth his father was his ‘guardian angel’, in the spiritual life his father is his leader, who shows him the way to the higher spheres of light.
Theo describes in the book how seeing inner love between his father and his twin soul meant the greatest driving force for him to master a higher love.
‘Through the Grebbe-line to eternal life’ is an easily accessible book, also to become familiar with the series.
The writer is still close to our earthly feeling and thinking, and is very recognisable as a human being in search of the higher.