Written by Wes Annac, July 29, 2014 – http://tinyurl.com/onrp9q4
Concluded from Part 1
A sailor who drowned in an oil tanker that was hit tells us about the beautiful things he saw when he exited the tanker.
“It all seemed so queer, and as we walked I saw that we were going towards what looked like a sunrise, the best I’ve ever seen, and I turned to look back over the way we had come, and the stranger put his hand on my shoulder and said ‘Not yet, you must go on out of the Valley of the Shadow of Death and then you can return [to earth] if you want to.’
I said ‘Oh, I don’t care’ and I went on in a dazed sort of way until we came to a kind of garden, but it wasn’t enclosed. It was on the hillside with lots and lots of flowers; oh, they were lovely!
“By this time I had realised that we were not walking in the water any more and I felt so tired and sleepy, and my feet refused to go any further. The stranger suggested that we should rest so I sat down on the grass and was soon asleep.” (1)
The sailor probably woke up in the Borderlands, where he was told all about his passing and the work he had left to do before he could move on. A lot of channeled accounts describe sunny, hilly meadows with beautiful flowers, and this probably exists to convey the beauty of the fourth dimension and help the recently deceased feel a little more comfortable.
The sailor then tells us about the wonderful realm he awoke to.
“It’s grand, just GRAND! I wish my Mother could know about it. We are in a far better land than the one we left, and it’s all O.K. I’d love her to see it.” (2)
The fourth dimension is definitely a ‘far better land’ than the third, because the intense lower-dimensionality is replaced with an understanding of one’s higher dimensional abilities, as well as the indescribable state of consciousness one hones them in.
The incarnate lightworkers and starseeds are working to anchor the fourth dimension onto earth by practicing our higher-dimensional abilities, and the more we practice them, the more and purer fourth-dimensional energy we’ll bring through, uplifting the rest of humanity in the process.
W.T. Stead, who passed away on the Titanic, tells us about his group’s intense yet steady entrance into the Borderlands.
“It was a curious journey that. Far more strange than anything I had anticipated. We seemed to rise vertically into the air at terrific speed. As a whole we moved, as if we were on a very large platform, and this was hurled into the air with gigantic strength and speed, yet there was no feeling of insecurity….
“We were quite steady. I cannot tell how long our journey lasted, nor how far from the earth we were when we arrived, but it was a gloriously beautiful arrival. It was like walking from your own English winter gloom into the radiance of an Indian sky. There, all was brightness and beauty.” (3)
He continues, telling us that he and his group arrived at a place that’s reserved for people who are traumatized at the time of their death.
“We saw this land far off when we were approaching, and those of us who could understand realized that we were being taken to the place destined for all those people who pass over suddenly – on account of its general appeal. It helps the nerve-racked newcomer to fall into line and regain mental balance very quickly.
“We arrived feeling, in a sense, proud of ourselves. It was all lightness, brightness. Everything as physical and quite as material in every way as the world we had just finished with. (4)
The ‘general appeal’ is probably the fact that this plane looks so much like the physical earth yet offers a greater level of freedom and enjoyment, and I’m sure one of the great things about the Borderlands is the fun one’s able to have in them.
Yes, this plane requires focused inner work, but after a particularly difficult lifetime in the lower vibrations, there’s no reason for a soul (or a group of souls) not to soak up the fourth-dimensional sun and enjoy the new, less inhibited realm they were provided.
Of course, the higher fourth-dimensional realms will feel even better than the Borderlands, but it all comes down to doing what works best for us – even if it means staying in an enjoyable realm before we do the work that’s required to enjoy ourselves even more in a higher realm.
Stead also tells us that his departed friends and family (and the friends/family of everyone he was with) were waiting in the Borderlands for them to arrive.
“Our arrival was greeted by welcomes from many old friends and relations who had been dear to each one of us in our earth life. And having arrived, we people who had come over from that ill-fated ship parted company. We were free agents again, though each one of us was in the company of some personal friend who had been over here a long while.” (5)
I wonder if groups of people who pass away together stay in touch. Some people will obviously part ways, never to really see or hear from each other again, but I wonder if some souls don’t bond over the fact that they came into the fourth dimension together.
In our final quote, Stead tells us that when the realization set in that he’d passed on, he grew worried about his family on earth.
“I was … surprised to find a number of friends with me, people I knew had passed over years before. That was the first cause of my realizing the change had taken place. I knew it suddenly and was a trifle alarmed. Practically instantaneously I found myself looking for myself.
“Just a moment of agitation, momentary only, and then the full and glorious realization that all I had learnt was true. Oh, how badly I needed a telephone at that moment! I felt I could give the papers some headlines for that evening. That was my first realization; then came a helplessness – a reaction – a thought of all my own at home – they didn’t know yet.
“What would they think of me? Here was I, with my telephone out of working order for the present.” (6)
Luckily, Stead (and plenty of other fourth-dimensional souls) was able to communicate with his loved ones and the rest of humanity, giving us a wealth of fascinating reports about their passing and the conditions of the fourth dimension, which is a much more complex realm than we have yet to discover.
We’ll continue to talk about the Borderlands for a while, and when we’re done with them, we’ll move on to the higher fourth-dimensional realms (as well as the lower) and learn about each of them accordingly. I probably wrote back in our second installment that we haven’t even scratched the surface, and after so many reports, we still haven’t.
We still have a lot to learn about the various fourth-dimensional realms we’re believed to be traveling through in preparation for our entrance into the fifth. Since we’ve been given so many independent descriptions of these realms from channeled sources who’ve long affirmed each other’s words, we have more to learn than we can grasp.
Our cup runneth over with descriptions of the fourth dimension, and as long as these descriptions continue to be given, I and plenty of others will continue to write about them.
Wes Annac – Wholly interested in the realms beyond the physical.
- Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding, Many Mansions. (London, etc.: Rider and Co., n.d.), 29.
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- William Thomas Stead, The Blue Island. Experiences of a New Arrival Behind the Veil. Estelle W. Stead and Pardoe Woodman, eds. London: Rider, n.d, 40-1.
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- William Thomas Stead, The Blue Island. Experiences of a New Arrival Behind the Veil. Ibid., 37-8.
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