• Conversations with Eternity

    Conversations with Eternity is a book by John Chambers, published from a series of notes by Victor Hugo . It "set out to present the Hugo family's table-turning seances in Marine-Terrace on the island of Jersey between 1853 and 1855". [1] Chambers translated the original notes, which dealt with themes of spirituality. [2][3]


    1. ^ "Conversations with Eternity By John Chambers" . Victor Hugo Online. Archived from the original on 2006-02-12.

    2. ^ Knut Rio (2010), Olaf H. Smedal (ed.), Hierarchy: Persistence and Transformation in Social Formations , Berghahn Books,

    ISBN 978-1-84545-490-6 , retrieved 4 April 2011

    3. ^ Rob Brezsny (2009), Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia: How the Whole World Is Conspiring to Shower You with Blessings , North Atlantic Books, p. 262,

    ISBN 978-1-55643-818-9 , retrieved 4 April 2011

    External links

    John Chambers' Conversations with Eternity - Debunking inaccuracies in the text

    Excerpt from Conversations with Eternity

    Description of Hugo's "channeling" of alchemist Nicholas Flamel

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