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Post-Mortem Journal: Communications from Lawrence of Arabia through the mediumship of Jane Sherwood [Paperback]

Jane Sherwood
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22 Jun 2009

There is probably no stranger nor more controversial book that Jane Sherwood's report, through automatic writing, of the identity of a communicator from the other side of the grave who chose to call himself 'Scott'.

After many years of enforced silence, as a result of a solemn promise given to Scott, Jane Sherwood reveals his true identity, namely, Colonel T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia).

Post-Mortem Journal opens at the moment of Lawrence's death when he finds himself lying at the roadside by his shattered motorbike, unaware that he is actually 'dead'. It continues over the years and shows us the development and salvation of a tortured and guilty man who, for the first time, is forced into admitting his weaknesses and vanities during his earthly life and is only now able to come to terms with himself. Such revelations are both harrowing and magnificent.

'As to the validity', says Jane Sherwood, 'of the information contained in "Scott's" journal I can only vouch for my own honesty; what I have received is here set down without addition or modification. The readers must judge of its probability for themselves.'



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  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: C W Daniel (22 Jun 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1846041996
  • ISBN-13: 978-1846041990
  • Product Dimensions: 21.2 x 13.4 x 1.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 614,383 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The post-mortem journal of legendary British soldier, Lawrence of Arabia, told by Jane Sherwood through the medium of automatic writing.

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About this book . . .

There is probably no stranger nor more controversial book than Jane Sherwood's report, through automatic writing, of the identity of a communicator from the other side of the grave who chose to call himself 'Scott'.

After many years of enforced silence, as a result of a solemn promise given to Scott, Jane Sherwood reveals his true identity, namely, Colonel T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia).

Post-Mortem Journal opens at the moment of Lawrence's death when he finds himself lying at the roadside by his shattered motorbike, unaware that he is actually 'dead'. It continues over the years and shows us the development and salvation of a tortured and guilty man who, for the first time, is forced into admitting his weaknesses and vanities during his earthly life and is only now able to come to terms with himself. Such revelations are both harrowing and magnificent.

'As to the validity,' says Jane Sherwood, 'of the information contained in "Scott's" journal I can only vouch for my own honesty; what I have received is here set down without addition or modification. The readers must judge of its probability for themselves.'


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5.0 out of 5 stars A must to read 8 Oct 2013
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A friend told me of this book, the subject is by no means new to me, but I am always thirsty for more knowledge and was not disappointed with this book one bit.
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I enjoyed this book immensely and recommend it to those interested in T E Lawrence and the afterlife. It's automatic writing by the medium Jane Sherwood (1896-1990). Beautifully written there are very few proofing errors; there is a brief foreword but otherwise it's written as if Lawrence is speaking directly. Viewed as fiction, or some product of the unconscious, it is impressive. Viewed as by Lawrence from beyond the grave ... it is wonderful.

Is it from Lawrence? Well I think probably yes. Many things that might have been mentioned are not e.g., Clouds Hill and Bovington, speedboats, the Air Force, "Seven Pillars ...", flagellation, Feisal and Allenby, and Thomas Hardy. But some things that are mentioned might not have been e.g., The Crusades, his ambiguous relationships to women, his love of books, his profound guilt about his wish for fame and people who suffered as a result, his dismay at being short of stature. I was impressed that Lawrence says he was too much of a monk and a prig to develop relationships with women, and that he admits his drive for fame damaged people's lives and hopes; he says guilt about those negative effects led him to abrogate responsibility for control of his active (as opposed to contemplative) self (and that's why he hid in the Army/Air Force).

I found the sustained high quality of the text - and its content - persuasive. The voice is that of a highly educated man, well-informed and articulate when talking about the afterlife. E.g., I liked a theme of his final chapter (about perception) which is that - given what he knows now - materialism and intellect is inadequate and needs to be replaced with (shall I call it) emotional intelligence i.e., feeling that involves direct contact with other minds.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An enduring Classic 5 Jan 2014
This elegant and beautifully written classic obviously comes from the mind of a great and one time very troubled man. In this, his journal of the very first moments and ongoing events of his transition following his motorcycle accident, he describes from another plane much of what he finds before him, the circumstances and 'characters' he meets, the deeply intense emotional aspects involved in transcending the limitations of his earth existence, and paragraph after paragraph of revealing and enlightening dialogue.

I have hardly been able to put this small book down since I bought it to read over the Christmas holidays. I believe I am on at least my third run. Before making my purchase, I had such a good feeling about this book that I went to the trouble of seeking out a first edition hardback copy of the original 1964 printing. It cost far in excess of the paperback forms but I do not regret a penny of it. It will take its proud and rightful place alongside the other soul-journey classics on my book shelf, 'Testimony of Light' by Helen Greaves, and 'Private Dowding' by Wellesley Tudor Pole.
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5.0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT Book on the Afterlife--a real must read! 11 Dec 2011
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I've read MANY books over many years, (and have my own personal experiences with the afterlife) by just about every author that has written about it either because of near-death experiences or as in this case, as the amenuensis of the once D.H. Lawrence, AKA: Lawrence of Arabia. He takes you through his experience of confusion after death and the darker worlds he walked through before he found help from spirit guides who assisted him in moving through his dark emotions from this life and ascending to higher realms with the aid of friends on the other side with whom he resided. Though there are many, many books on the afterlife that cover much the same elements, this book is direct, concise and I see as accurate and authentic. No spoilers here, AND the book can still be bought through Random House U.K. thru their website for under $15 US plus shipping from the UK. So do yourself a favor and get a copy and know what our remembering on the other side is all about.
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