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Published on Feb 25, 2011
read bookextr. on http://galactic.no/rune/turoffeng.html and as google-online-book This book is the best expose of life on the astral plane I've read. This is the story of the spirit of a 20 year old British soldier (James Legget) who died in the battle of the Somme in ww1. Legget - faced with insurmountable technical difficulties - contacts Turoff, a psychic surgeon/healer, living in the UK, to ask his help in communicating the story to us. At first Legget is not aware that he has died, merely that his pain - and his wound - have gone. He finds that he is tethered by a cord-like structure attached to a dark lump on the ground. It's not until two of his comrades appear and, ignoring his entreaties for help, carry off the lump - dragging him with them - that he begins to suspect that something is wrong. To his surprise, he finds that death has not severed his connection with the military. There are astral officers, and astral barracks (yes, the astral is a kind of "mirror-plane") where he and many others are taken to recover from the trauma of their recent decease. Soon his spirit guide - an oriental called Chan - makes his appearance and introduces him to the wonders of astral living, including battles with dark entities who are (were) instrumental in encouraging the inhumanities inflicted in two world wars upon so many on the physical plane.
Legget learns that commuting and travel is MUCH easier on the astral plane.