Lewis Forsyth- The teachings of White Eagle

The work of my grandfather, who was a spiritualist healer and medium, have now been written up into a small 20 page book. I have written a short introduction and brief biography to go with them.

The writing are a bit of an heirloom – the only things I have of my grandfather. I thought they deserved to be in print.

The digital version is now available on Amazon. The paperback will follow shortly.

In the UK;

In the USA:

Opher Goodwin

11 thoughts on “Lewis Forsyth- The teachings of White Eagle

  1. Namaste Opher πŸ™‚

    Excellent! A wonderful and fitting tribute to your grandfather – his words deserve to be aired and shared – they will inspire all those with an enquiring mind seeking a different spiritual perspective – I wish the book every success. Well done!

    Have a great day!

    Namaste πŸ™‚

    DN

      1. Namaste Opher πŸ™‚

        It is a pity that this teaching is all that remains of what might once have comprised a body of work: more material would have provided further elucidation. I found his words quite extraordinary. I am also curious to read Pounder’s book but that have to wait for a while. Did you say you’d read it: if so what are your thoughts?

        Having now sat to type and indulge in his teaching, I wonder quite how you interpret the text?

        Thanks for informing of the paperback next week.

        Have an enjoyable evening.

        Namaste πŸ™‚

        DN

  2. Dewin – I find it incredibly sad and inexplicable why the bulk of his work was burnt by my mother. I think she was a little unstable emotionally with the death of her mother and wanted a clean break with everything – a distraught act.
    I certainly would have liked to have read more.
    As a fourteen year old I was very sceptical of my granddad’s weird behaviour. Reading his words is bemusing. They do not sound like him at all. I need to re-evaluate.

    1. In an earlier post you mentioned White Eagle spiritual retreat perhaps implying that there might be some sort of remote connection. Perhaps they would be interested to hear from you or assist further?

      I can appreciate how in discovering a new dimension to the person you once knew can be bemusing. I wish you well on understanding more about your grandfather: of the mystery bound in a puzzle, found in the riddle that was your grandfather.

      Namaste πŸ™‚

      DN

      1. Dewin – I think all people are a riddle in a puzzle! I look forward to discovering more. I wish my grandfather was here to see his name on a book (alright a brochure) and hold it in his hands. I wonder what he would think?
        I shall contact the White Eagle lodge when the paperback is out. I’ll send them a copy.

  3. I think you may be right my friend and have no doubt you’ll discover more during the process of rediscovering your grandfather πŸ˜‰

    I think he would be very proud of you for thinking so highly of him so as to publish for the world to read his wondrous insights and mystical musings. I imagine him a quiet, calm, deeply spiritual man of noble character demonstrating great reserve and humility: but I’m certain he knew what Enthymesis meant.

    I hope White Eagle lodge will respond favourably to your submission and enquiry. I’d be most interested to know what their response might be.

    Have a pleasantly thoughtful evening Opher.

    Namaste πŸ™‚

    DN

      1. No problem Opher. So pleased you got the chapbook published.

        Stay positive in anticipation of that reply: you never know until you know they’ll not reply πŸ™‚

        Namaste πŸ™‚

        DN

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