50.0 The books of Jozef Rulof


Jozef Rulof: all-embracing answers to life questions
-When Jozef Rulof was born in 1898 in rural ’s-Heerenberg in the Netherlands, his spiritual leader Alcar already had great plans for him.
-After Jozef had established himself as a taxi driver in The Hague in 1922, Alcar first developed him into a healing and painting medium, in order to build up the trance that was needed for receiving books. Jozef received hundreds of paintings, and by means of their sales the publication of the books could be kept under their own control.
-When Alcar began passing on his first book ‘A View into the Hereafter’ in 1933, he gave Jozef the choice of how deep the mediumistic trance would become.
-In order to remain in harmony with the life of feeling of Jozef, Alcar allowed his medium to first experience for himself what was described in the books. For this purpose, Alcar let him leave his body, so that Jozef could perceive the spiritual worlds of the hereafter for himself. The books describe their joint journeys through the dark spheres and the spheres of light.
-For instance, in 1938 Jozef was able to receive the book ‘The Cycle of the Soul’ from master Zelanus, a pupil of Alcar. In this book, Zelanus described his past lives.
-In 1940, Jozef had developed far enough in order to experience the book ‘Between Life and Death’.  As a result, he got to know Dectar, his own past life as a temple priest in Ancient Egypt.
-In 1944, Jozef Rulof was so far developed as ‘André-Dectar’ that he could experience spiritual journeys through the cosmos together with Alcar and Zelanus. By means of the descriptions of those journeys in the book series ‘The Cosmology of Jozef Rulof’, the highest knowledge from the hereafter was brought to earth.
-The masters could travel all the cosmic grades and pass on this ultimate knowledge because they were helped themselves by their order of teachers.
This order is called the ‘University of Christ’, because Christ is the mentor of this university.

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