A talk to a spirit...
About the Book
The book, as is seen from the title, is about the unearthly world, the beyond. The author tries to convince the reader of the fact that the beyond, the world of spirits, exists and one can talk to those whose souls are in heaven after death. We, real people with physical and physiological qualities, are the only bearers of the unreal, future virtual world. Probably, the knowledge of the fact that we will be there one day drives us to attempt to find the evidence of the existence of the unreal world. I think that there are people who have happened somehow to have contact with those who are in heaven. They are called channellers—that is, they write down or draw some pictures on paper dictated from there. Therefore, writers, artists, and high-ranking scientists “create” things that other people cannot reproduce. There is a share of the divine in them—that is, there is the substance second after the soul (I call it a talent), which does everything instead of a person, using his physical body, as a certain tool of manifestation of divine plans. As you will understand after having read the book, I have happened to see and feel the presence of a kindred spirit who died two years ago and to talk to him. Our conversation is a monologue. He was not speaking, just making me understand with facial expression his opinion about what I was talking. I assure you that I have never experienced something like that in my life, when earthly dimensions lost their meanings; I felt indeed his appearance and approaching, and my desire to be closer to him in return. I think, I did it and decided to share my striking experience with you.
About the Author
Rafig Aliyev (doctor of philosophy, professor, founder of IRSHAD Center on Islamic Studies since 1990) was born in Agdam region of Azerbaijan in 1947. Worked as head of department, deputy director on foreign relations at the Institute on Oriental Studies, director of the Center for Islamic Researches in the Caucasus of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. From June 21, 2001, to June 26, 2006, he headed the State Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan for the Work with Religious Associations. Since June 27, 2006, R. Aliyev has worked as director of the Center on Islamic Studies. He is a member of World Peace Academy of Professors, international interreligious committee. He is the author of 17 books and over 250 scientific articles; a journalistic novel, Heart-to-Heart Talks; and books of political nature, Poverty. Dictatorship. Injustice (252 pages), In Recesses of Being (464 pages), New Europe without Capitalism (150 pages), Family and Marriage Relations in Islam (226 pages). He is married and has two children.