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Embraced by the Light Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, The Council of Men Summary

Betty Eadie
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Chapter 16, The Council of Men Summary and Analysis

The guides took Ms. Eadie to a building next in which she was led to a room where a group of men sat around a kidney shaped table. Ms. Eadie noted the lack of women but was not offended since she now understood that woman had a role separate of men in this spirit world and that woman are more susceptible to the power of Satan. Woman must be protected since their downfall would lead quickly to the downfall of men.

The council told Ms. Eadie that she had died prematurely, and it was important for her to return and finish her mission. Ms. Eadie hesitated when they asked what she wanted to do, so the men offered to show Ms. Eadie her life so far. This review showed Ms. Eadie how her sins had affected other...

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