A Voyage to Infinity

A series of novels following a soul's search for divine truth.
Chris J Berry
Chris J Berry
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July 19, 2011 - PRLog -- The first book, in the series Voyage to Infinity,  leads the reader further into the spiritual dimension. The Cyannian Trilogy, related the story of a cycle of  events on a single physical plane. The Voyage to Infinity expands that idea; witnessing the birth of a spirit, and then following it on its journey across several material planes.
For the young soul and its two proven spiritual guides, the implications of this mission are two-fold. As mentors, the spiritual guides' assignment is to chaperone and counsel the young spirit during its search for the truth. If, or when the young soul achieves perfection, the reward for its guides will be the freedom of the Infinite One's Eternal Kingdom. For the young spirit, and its eventual companion, the successful completion of their voyage offers them the mentorship of a new-born soul, leading to a similar opportunity.
In the introductions of these books, the author seeks to offer ideas, he hopes, will raise the curiosity of readers to explore the reasons for our own purpose here. As with all his books, he makes no plans. He simply allows those beyond to impress on him their stories; sitting at his computer, typing out their message as it comes. However, to the sceptic, what is written will appear to express what he believes is taking place around the world.
Over the years, he has learned to accept the spiritual world on faith; finding the proof that it exists, manifest from that faith. One of the most over-powering facts he constantly refers to, and which influenced his belief, arose from contemplating the definition of the word 'inevitability'. In the context of the physical existence, it implies how everyone will make their transition from this life, and enter the spiritual dimension whether they like it or not? it is a fact that no one can dispute.
The spiritual inception, the first book, in the Voyage to Infinity series, describes an understanding of how his sources imply a spirit might be created by an Infinite Being, and then set off on its journey. Whether viewed as fact or fiction, it symbolises the idea for him that the people of Earth, have also embarked on a similar journey to learn essential truths.
To illustrate the relationship between the Physical and spiritual dimensions, in the first book The spiritual inception he places text between three asterisks. These transcripts relate the  observations made by the mentors in the spiritual world. Used similarly in the third book of his trilogy, Avataria, the idea seeks to describe how the physical planes are the arenas where the wills of young souls are contested. Journeying through each material plane in the Voyage to Infinity series, the reader learns how the threat from the dark influence focuses on these worlds; the deeds of the young souls there, governing the final outcome of their ultimate, spiritual achievement.
Another mystery, that has teased humanity's curiosity for centuries, is the lack of alien contact. It prompted him to deliberate on the question; are we unique? His sources tell him not; raising the question; why, then, have the people of Earth not been approached? Answering that question, in sight of the present level of technology, clearly reveals limitations in achieving viable methods of contact. But when viewed from the spiritual aspect, it would make more sense if advanced planetary civilisations were governed by a Divine protocol; preventing advanced ones from interfering with others progressing at more infant levels of existence. He discusses this idea, to some extent, in his autobiography 'Sixty Psychic Years'
His mother, a practicing spiritual medium over a period of some sixty years, put forward an intriguing scenario she had learned from her sources. It implied that any physical, alien civilisation, possessing the freedom of the universe, were inhabitants of a higher physical plane; incarnated, proven souls in the service of the supreme Entity. To accept this as an answer to the protocol question, pivots upon an individual's ability to believe in what lies beyond the physical life.The author's gut feeling comes down in favour of the Divine protocol theory.
The prospect of cruel, greedy, immoral civilisations, existing with the ability to extend their life-styles beyond the barriers of their worlds, places a huge question over the moral success of any developing world. The belief in a supreme entity governing the universe may be viewed as fantasy by the majority of Earth's present civilisation. But the author's experiences in life have convinced him of His presence, and that a world's atmosphere is the barrier He places around it, and which can only be breached by a morally, united people... go to  http://www.chrisjberry.co.uk

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Having worked for the UK National Health Service for over thirty three years, the author has been privy to many aspects of human tradegy. But what has captured his attention since, is the declining state of the world, resorting to writing to express his concerns.
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