The Author of Dracula Changed His Beliefs.
August 11th, 2008
Santa Cruz, California
Received by FAB
I am here, Bram Stoker.
I am so happy that you thoroughly enjoyed rereading my novel Dracula. Time and experience have given you more knowledge and insight, so your appreciation of my work was greater and deeper this time.
I was a believer in orthodox Christianity, but I have since had to relearn spiritual truth, since the circumstances on this side of life shout to me that my beliefs were, alas!, not true.
Let me say that your doubts about your channeling, and about everything else, will simply melt away as you grow spiritually, and all that will be left is a great sureness that you do receive the thoughts of spirits accurately, and that God will preserve you in every way to do what He thinks is appropriate for your life and mission.
I have since my passing come to appreciate deeply the Celtic side of my Irish roots, and I understand now that God’s Love, and not the cross, is what saves my soul.
You interpreted my book as a parable of God’s defeat of evil, and so it is. The darkness is pursued and conquered by the light - so it has always been, and will ever be.
Abraham “Bram” Stoker (8 November 1847 – 20 April 1912) was an Irish writer of novels and short stories, who is best known today for his 1897 horror novel Dracula. During his lifetime, he was better known for being the personal assistant of the actor Sir Henry Irving and the business manager of the Lyceum Theatre in London, which Irving owned. (Source: Wikipedia.)