Monday, 22 January 2018
Man of Two Worlds
Rutt has eschewed the usual such as religion, science and what might be described as mainstream beliefs and opinions in Man of Two Worlds.
Instead he has set out to take a refreshingly new and idiosyncratic look at the mechanics of life and of death.
He has enjoyed a journey of discovery and he is now inviting his readers to follow him on that selfsame journey.
His book covers a wide range of fascinating concepts and ideas. For example, why there are certain types of spiritual apparitions that it is impossible for mortals to communicate with, previous life experiences, the Akashick register, karma and why some people are born poor, why some people are murdered (it is all something to do with what they did or did not do in a previous life, apparently).
He debates the nature and existence of truth, including where truth actually resides.
Rutt also describes what happens to the soul after death, how he discovered when writing his book "Jack the Ripper From the Cradle to the grave" that there were a large number of "bad souls" from the Victorian era who were all congregating in the lower levels of the London Underground tube stations.
And how he was able to help hundreds of damaged souls flee to the light.
It is an interesting book published by The Book Guild at £8.99 and available for purchase here https://goo.gl/wdCFDG.