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Embraced by the Light Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9, The Looms and the Library Summary

Betty Eadie
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Chapter 9, The Looms and the Library Summary and Analysis

Two woman joined Ms. Eadie and Jesus, two women whom Ms. Eadie seemed to recognize from a time before she lived on Earth. These women were to take Ms. Eadie on a tour of the spirit world. Ms. Eadie's memory was not clear about this tour, but she remembered being taken to a large room in which many people working on old fashioned looms making a cloth that was opaque on one side and transparent on the other. Ms. Eadie was told that these cloths were to make clothing for the spirits who were new arrivals to the spirit world. Ms. Eadie and her companions then moved on, though Ms. Eadie's memory was not complete on all they saw. However, Ms. Eadie remembered being taken to a library where all she had to do was...

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