More Wisdom of Ramadahn - Ursula Roberts

The words in this book were not written by Ursula Roberts. They were tran­scribed by Muriel Hill, from the tape recorded lectures given by the spirit known as Ramadahn. After the lectures they were printed and circulated to a large number of studious readers, by a dedicated band of friends who for many years were associated with the mediumship of Ursula. At one time the lectures were published in a newspaper called the Spiritualist Gazette, issued by the Spiritualist Association of Great Britain. Lilian Litton (a member of the team) has extracted from some of the lectures the questions asked by enquirers, together with the replies given by the spirit, as he spoke through his ‘sleeping medium’ who uttered his words in her entranced state. Readers may notice that many of the answers use the pronoun “we” instead of “I”. Ramadahn has stated that all mediumistic work is undertaken by groups of spirits, and so he often speaks for the group. He says, too, that the name Ramadahn signifies ‘circle of light’. Lilian Litton has chosen subjects which she feels most relevant to the interest of readers in this time, as did Audrey Ward when she compiled the first book Wisdom of Ramadahn, published in 1985. 

This Edition 

From the time Ramadahn first manifested through the mediumship of Ursula Roberts, his wisdom has been recognised and revered by all who have heard his talks or have read his words.  Unfortunately, the volumes The Wisdom of Ramadahn and More Wisdom of Ramadahn, have been out of print for some time. We feel very proud and hon­oured to be instrumental in the reprinting of these books. Opening any page will bring the gentleness, wisdom and compassion of Ramadahn very close to all readers, for these words will never lose their quality and relevance. Often, during the question and answer time at the end of his lectures, Ramadahn would call for Rushing River to come for­ward to answer the questions raised on healing and medicine. Regrettably, this delightful spirit did not produce material for publication but when reading any of the books by Ramadahn or Ursula you will find traces of his knowledge, and also his joy and delight in life in both worlds.