Messages 2006

An American President confronts the Spirit World.

December 20, 2006

Santa Cruz, California

Received by FAB.


I am here, Theodore Roosevelt.

As you correctly surmised, we are writing tonight to lend you support. We all see what has occurred, and God, whom I believe in passionately, wishes to help you and to let you know that you are being sustained, and that happiness is just beyond the horizon.

We recognize that you are impressed by, and respectful of, certain American presidents such as myself. Since we were presidents, this has a prestige value for you, which was meant to enhance the intended effect of encouragement and support.

As I look back on my earth life, I see much to be pleased with, and much to regret. No, I had no conception of the higher life, though many of my actions resulted in some good to the country. No, an elevated view of life was not mine, nor did I even think that such a thing had real value.

The starkness of it all really hits a newly arrived spirit, who is faced with naked truth. No comfort here, only the truth of oneself, which for the majority of spirits is unpleasant.

I hope this message can inspire some mortals to attempt to find a higher view of life, and by this I mean the spiritual. No one would ever use this word to describe my earth life. And what a shame! ~ empire building, political ambition; all these sorts of things get swept away in the spirit world, and all that is left is the naked self.

Well, it will come about that more and more people, both in America and the world, will wake up to their true selves, and to the truth of themselves. Eventually, this will rise to the top of society. Until it does, have faith in a God who knows what His children need, and who is actively encouraging those events and circumstances that will bring wisdom and love in the way America solves her problems.

And for you personally, know that there is great protection for you, and you will not be found wanting in any way.


Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. (October 27, 1858 – January 6, 1919), also known as T.R. and to the public as Teddy, (the teddy bear was named after him) was the 26th President of the United States, and a Nobel Peace laureate, New York governor, NYC Police Commissioner, historian, naturalist, Amazon explorer, author, and solaier. Roosevelt is most famous for his personality: his energy, his vast range of interests and achievements, his model of masculinity, and his “cowboy” persona. Surveys of scholars have consistently ranked him from #3 to #7 on the list of greatest American presidents. (Source: Wikipedia)