MORE SPIRIT NOTES BY STEAD REVEALED

Spirit messages from the late William T. Stead, lost in the Titanic disaster,

MORE SPIRIT NOTES BY STEAD REVEALED

Chicago Examiner

Daughter Says Many Messages

From Titanic Victim Are Too

Sacred to Publish

_________

Spirit messages from the late William T. Stead, lost in the Titanic disaster, received by his daughter, Miss Estelle Wilson Stead, now in Boston, were given out by Miss Stead tonight as follows:

All I told you is true.

Never fear death; it means more than any one has discovered.

The fullness of life is here.

We don't know what we are until we go in the light.  But it is impossible to get near.  It is a struggle to get the right union with those who have been left.  If I  had only one message to give it is love.

Love and God are the same here.

Give more time and patience to thought transference; it will unite us.  It will make it possible for us to communicate with each other more accurately.

The reality of this other world is so much greater than imagined.

This is a new life.

Go to America and try to take up my work.

Miss Stead has received other messages which she considers too sacred to be given out.

Boston, Mass., Dec. 6

Related Biographies:
William Thomas Stead

Relates to Place:
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Relates to Ship:
Titanic

Contributor
Thomas E. Golembiewski
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