About the Books

The Awakening

Richard Spaulding’s The Awakening explores the book of Revelation. Most Christians and even non-Christians know what the book of Revelation is all about, but because of numerous misconceptions, many of them have been led astray. They assume false and harmful ideas that have created a fog of mystification prevalent in today’s society.

Spaulding sets this straight in his book, assisting readers back to the right path to lead them to where God is. He describes the spiritual awakening, where one responds to the inner consciousness and reconciles with the outer awareness. He mentions how physical development undergoes the cycle of growth and decay. Spaulding also covers the ways of karma, twin souls, reincarnation, and prophecies.

The Awakening stirs readers’ spiritual awareness, bringing them closer to God and strengthening their faith.

The Eternal Way of God

The Eternal Way of God picks up where The Awakening left off. This follow-up digs deeper into the symbolic prophecies of the book of Revelation, combining the New Age philosophy of reincarnation and different religious views to explain them further.

Spaulding unveils the people surrounding Jesus Christ—his family and friends—and their role in the fulfillment of the apocalypse. He focuses on the Apostle John who wrote symbolic visions and prophecies sent by the Holy Spirit through dreams, which became the backbone of the book of Revelation. The author attempts to unravel them all in the hope of unlocking the future and helping readers make sense of the confusing interpretations.

Once again, Spaulding brings up reincarnation and its principles—the keys to understanding the prophecies in the book of Revelation.

Carl Richard Spaulding

About the Author

A resident of Watertown, New York, Clark Richard Spaulding is a retired high school teacher who is now the author of two books, The Awakening and The Eternal Way of God. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, weight-lifting, and yoga.

Readers' Review

The Awakening

The Eternal Way of God

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The Awakening

I felt that the difficult son could blossom, if he would accept “God’s love” that was being channeled through his mother. He was having difficulty expressing love because he would not accept it. While all love is actually God’s love, people find it difficult to relate to a God they have not heard or seen. Some people express love for God and the Holy Spirit via the name of Jesus Christ.

God the Father created a multidimensional universe with deities (referred to as the spiritual hierocracy, angels, souls, elementals, lords of karma, etc.) All living creatures were created with a unique ability to channel God’s love.

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The Eternal Way of God

The truth is that God is not finished with us yet. It does not matter if we dwell in heaven, hell, or purgatory as long as God is willing to help us make progress (especially in the way we treat each individual soul). But a person can choose to reject divine assistance. While it is doubtful that any person can be a true atheist, the skeptic is usually jealous of the people who live by faith in God. And many people express their jealousy for Jesus in a variety of different ways, but they still do not like to sacrifice themselves for others. Getting saved means a person has become more aware of God’s presence and of his assistance.

It is said that the outer awareness of the average person is like the tip of an iceberg. Although this will vary with the individual, much of our consciousness is suppressed in the subconscious (like under the surface); thus, many people are unable to fully utilize the inner energy and capability that becomes dormant because it is not being used.

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