Many Lives, Many Masters - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

Brian L. Weiss
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Chapter Four Summary and Analysis

Weiss now impatiently awaits the post-death in-between stage, from which Catherine channels. Weiss regresses her to a life in Virginia. Her name is Abby and she describes churning butter. However, she skips the in-between lives state and enters another life in which garlic is hanging in a room. She smells it. Garlic is used to counter evil and cleanse the body. She explains that roots are used to cure the sick. There is a plague and many are dying. Fear of contracting the disease forces people to bypass embalming rituals. The disease results from polluted water during a flood. Her father dies and her brothers are sick. Weiss interrupts Catherine's relay to comment on how the death experience itself is always the same regardless of religious belief and culture.

Catherine reaches the in-between lives state and the spiritual Masters...

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