In The World to Come, best-selling author Ruth Montgomery presents a wealth of new material revisiting and recasting predictions made in her earlier books about who we are, where we are headed, and how we can cope with political and natural upheavals that loom in our future.
During the 1960s, while working as a syndicated political columnist, Ruth Montgomery had an encounter with psychic phenomenon. Highly skeptical in the beginning, her exploration of the phenomenon eventually led to a series of articles and books. Through these writings, Ruth Montgomery has been at the forefront of popularizing such subjects as reincarnation, extraterrestrial visitation, life after death, and cataclysmic Earth changes. Many rank her remarkable powers of foresight with those of Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce.
Now, in her first book in more than a dozen years, she again uses these powers to offer her readers a glimpse into our future. With the clarity and candor that has won her so many fans, Ruth gives a tour of the next century and beyond. She again discusses the dramatic shift of the Earth on its axis that her Guides say will be later than previously predicted, and she now provides information about what areas will be safest as the severe global weather patterns continue to intensify. Also, her Guides indicate that both the walk-in president and his nemesis are already here, but they will not reach major political positions until sometime in the next decade. In addition, Ruth shares the stories of numerous people from ancient Palestine, including herself, who have been reincarnated at this time to help bring peace and healing to the world.
Finally, in what she intends as her farewell book, Ruth offers a warm and fascinating look at her own life and work.
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Ruth Montgomery fans, celebrate! The World to Come is the renowned prognosticator's first book in 12 years, and according to the author, her last. Having written it at age 87, it's easy to understand why she feels this way. Montgomery was a syndicated White House columnist during the Roosevelt years up through the Johnson administration. An assignment by the International News Service to write an eight-part series on séances resulted in her first book, A Search for Truth, and a friendship with noted medium Arthur Ford. After Ford's death, he and a group of otherworld entities began communicating with Montgomery via automatic writing. Many have ranked her powers of foresight with that of Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce. In this new book, the Guides (as she calls her invisible coauthors) rewrite some old predictions and reveal surprising new ones for the upcoming millennium. --Randall CohanFrom the Back Cover:
"I have read all of Ruth Montgomery's writing with great interest. Her new book, The World to Come, gives the most fascinating perspective yet on times ahead."
- Marianne Williamson, author of The Healing of America
"Ruth Montgomery's previous books represented the bridge between mainstream thinking, new age thinking and the spiritual world. Now Ruth has done it again. The World to Come is the gateway for spiritual understanding as we approach the new millennium."
-Nick Bunick, the subject of the bestselling book, The Messengers
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