A talk on death and ghosts

In 2009 Belsebuub gave a talk on death and ghosts. It has been on the website for some time, but it wasn’t listed and very few people knew about it. So now it’s been put in the articles section where it’s easier to find.

From the talk:

Q: Is it possible for a recently deceased person’s consciousness to come and visit you in the astral plane?

Belsebuub: Yes, it’s very possible, especially if not long has passed since their death.

But very often it’s the personality or ghost of the dead person which comes and visits in the astral plane or in dreams.

When a deceased person visits someone, even thought they are in a different dimension, some people do sense their presence. They are sensing the astral world while being in the physical one.

These ghosts are the condensed mental form that a person acquires over the course of their life, which is discarded at a stage of death. They look and act just like the person but are unable to understand anything new. Because the ghosts think that they are still alive, they visit the places and people they used to see when they were alive. So if you were a part of a now deceased person’s life—when they were alive—the chances are that their ghost will come to you because they think that they are still alive, when actually they are in a dreamlike state. They very slowly dissolve and evaporate over time, while the consciousness, mind and egos, which are the main parts of a person, continue their journey separately.

So although it is possible for the consciousness, particularly just after death, to visit somebody in the astral plane-the astral and the physical dimensions being the same place, just different dimensions—after time the deceased person (consciousness, and mind) moves on and what’s left hanging around is the personality and that’s what’s most likely to visit somebody in the astral plane.

Read the rest of the talk here

By |2018-10-29T12:50:23+00:00November 22nd, 2016|esoteric knowledge|9 Comments

About the Author:

Lara Atwood is a researcher and practitioner of the native, indigenous Indo-European religion of her ancient ancestors, which is a branch of the ancient Religion of the Sun. She runs the YouTube channel SakroSawel and the website sakrosawel.com ("sakro sawel" means "sacred sun" in Proto-Indo European). Writing alongside her husband Mark, she helped co-author the book The Path of the Spiritual Sun.


  1. Fotis February 16, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    What a great timeless message!
    Thank you

  2. Sue December 1, 2016 at 10:35 am - Reply

    This is a talk that I have listened to several times previously. Such important information.

    While, unfortunately, it is far too common, I find it difficult to understand that people would want to commit suicide rather than learn to overcome their difficulties. Our precious life goes by so quickly. It’s so important for us to learn and change while we have the opportunity.

  3. jenny November 23, 2016 at 11:16 am - Reply

    For one reason or another, the topic of death has been coming up a lot for me lately, so it’s been something of constant reflection and now this talk came up too, which although I’ve heard it before, has added a context to some of the things I’ve been reflecting on. Interesting how there are some things you see in a totally new light depending on your life experiences.

  4. richard spencer November 23, 2016 at 10:02 am - Reply

    A topic that has such a effect on so much of humanity emotionally, and can be very painful, yet life being so short death really is not that far away for most of us all and will effect us in different ways through friends and relationships. Thanks for explaining this topic in such a straight forward way and helping to see the close relationship and connection death has with us in the physical

  5. john p November 23, 2016 at 9:05 am - Reply

    Pretty serious information considering how fast life is flashing by. Thanks for that.

  6. Karim November 22, 2016 at 6:55 pm - Reply

    The way Belsebuub puts it really brings that fact of the seriousness of death, and what we’re doing with our life, forward. We may be trying to go for spiritual pursuits in our everyday to a certain extent, but is that level enough? how would we apply ourselves if we’d more prominently remember and feel the fact of our death.

    Thanks for this talk. The information on ghosts as Belsebuub explains it and how it relates to parts of the psyche/person makes a lot of sense to me.

    ”… they are all actually around us.” Interesting as well to consider.

  7. Lucia November 22, 2016 at 2:10 pm - Reply

    This is a really profound talk that I have listened to a few times. I wish this was a common knowledge, so people know what they are dealing with. Its also good to take away the air of creepiness around this topic, and understand that its just a natural part of life, and that we are all comprised of those many layers that have their lives in different dimensions.
    A funny picture by the way… 😉

  8. Martin November 22, 2016 at 6:19 am - Reply

    There’s a lot to reflect on here, I’m very grateful to be able to read such profound insights into an important subject, thank you for the post.

    I find it’s important to think of actions done in the present moment and how I would view them when looking back on my death bed. Was the time well spent?

  9. Vadim November 22, 2016 at 3:50 am - Reply

    I remember listening to that talk, I was especially moved by Belsebuub’s dialogue with a person who has recently lost his dad.

    Dear Mark and Lara, I am so grateful to you for kindly providing us with this knowledge and guidance, so we can take the most spiritual benefit out of this life, just do our best to fulfill the Will of the Father.

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