It was a few days back that I heard this frail old women come on a popular radio talk show called coast to coast am discussing about her new book. I
would not want to give any more credit to this book and thus keeping the name of the book out of this post.
I was struck with awe on listening to her speak authoritatively on such an important topic as life and death.For couple of days I could not blink my
eyes. A person from far away Scotland has found the final answer to mankind. What happens after we die?
She has a good reputation with non another than the fabled Archie Roy in her company.There was hardly any Tricia Robertson critic spewing venom on her
research. And much of what she said resonated with my own thesis on the subject matter.
And I said wow. If what she says is true, this is a game changer and I came across a spiritual blog where an online interview was published and posted
my comments there.
I had long espoused the theory that the soul or the inner self is always immortal and has its own space and plane of existence separate from the
physical body and posted about this with my comment.
Initially my positive comment was greeted by the owner of the spiritual blog and I got a personal email from him.
But then another few days passed and then I realized that what Tricia had uncovered has potentially dangerous consequences.
So I posted a new balanced critique of her theory suggesting that if as she says is true that people after death go to an eternal spirit world and
where all are accepted; regardless of their actions in this physical world be it murder, rape or suicide then this could lead to chaos.
People knowing that after death there is no punishment awaiting them could be even more reckless and morbid in their actions back here with no sense
of guilt. So far religious people had the fear of hell hanging over their head and hence constrained in their behavior.
But if people started believing the tale that Tricia has crafted based on her meticulous research into mediums, ghosts and the after life, then all
hell would break loose here on earth.
My critique was subsequently removed from the blog as possibly not favorable for the brisk sales of the book in question. There was no reason given
to me and I just found my comments gone.
Once again I do not want to give undue publicity to the blog or the book and hence kept the names out as I feel though conceptually I would want to
agree with what Tricia has researched and written, I certainly do not agree to her wanton disregard to the consequences that should follow, in making
such authoritative suggestions.
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edit on 18-7-2013 by 0pass because: grammatical errors