Between 1953 and 1957, a group of political prisoners, codenamed X7, were incarcerated in a Siberian salt mine. They linked up telepathically with the Network of Light, groups of psychics stationed worldwide, and transmitted their story. Trapped for years deep in the earth, they began to refine the vibratory rate of the body and of surrounding matter until they could experience themselves as beings of Light--and experience Earth itself as Light. Their transmissions were transcribed by gifted American psychic Anne Edwards, future cofounder of the Scottish spiritual community Findhorn. In the 1970s, Edwards' reports fell into the hands of British New Age leader Sir George Trevelyan, whose publication of them stirred up controversy in both mainstream and alternative communities. In this new edition, Robert Sardello not only explains the spiritual significance of these esoteric writings, but also guides readers through a process much like that described in the book. Sardello's commentary enables readers to use the book as a guide to a path for transforming humankind and the earth, and argues persuasively that enacting this process at this moment in human history is crucial to survival and transcendence.
Robert Sardello, PhD, is the cofounder of the School of Spiritual Psychology in North Carolina. He was head of the psychology department, graduate dean, and head of the Institute of Philosophic Studies at the University of Dallas. The author of Love and the Soul: Creating a Future for Earth and other books, he lives in North Carolina.