(Medium Mrs. Costel)
The spirits are divided in several categories. In the beginning the embryos,
which have no distinct faculty; which move in the air like the
insects flying around a Sun light beam, pointlessly, incarnating without
a choice. They turn into ignorant and rude human beings. Above them
come the frivolous spirits with no evil instincts, just jester; they have fun
with people, causing them silly, child-like inconveniences. They show puerile
caprices and meanness.
The bad spirits are not all on the same level. Some are bonded to no
one, causing little deceptions or inducing slight mistakes. The malefactors
lead to wrongdoing and they enjoy that, although they may still show
some level of compassion. The really wicked ones have none. All their
faculties serve the purpose of wickedness. They act with calm and premeditation,
pleased with the moral tortures of their doing. In the spiritual
world those correspond to the criminal in yours. They get to such a condition
for showing no respect for God’s laws. From downfall to downfall,
centuries go by before a single thought of change crosses their minds.
Evilness is their element, their cause for rejoice; forced to reincarnate they
endure such sufferings that their passion for evil things wears out. They end up understanding, giving in to the voice of God that unceasingly calls
to them. We have seen rebel spirits enthusiastically asking for the most
terrible atonements, supporting them with the joy of the martyr. Such
return to good is a motive of great happiness to the pure spirits. Jesus’s
words shine truth upon the stray sheep. The errant spirits of second order
are the intermediaries between the superior spirits and the mortals, since
it is rare that the superior spirits communicate directly. They must be
impelled by a particular circumstance. Such intermediaries are the spirits
of people who bear no serious evil and whose intentions were not bad.
Fewer migrations are needed to them; their assigned missions award them
with faster progress when successfully accomplished. Thus the spirits eagerly
desire those missions, only granted as a reward and when considered
capable of accomplishing them. They are guided by superior spirits who
choose their functions. The superior spirits are not all on the same level.
Although free from migrations in your world they are not released from
the required conditions of advancement on the more elevated spheres.
There is no blank in the visible as well as invisible world. A remarkable
order oversees everything. No creature is idle or useless. Everyone contributes
to the perfection of the endless and boundless works of God to the
limit of their faculties.