Seven Minutes in Eternity Audiobook by William Dudley Pelley

Seven Minutes in Eternity is a riveting and thought-provoking audiobook that takes listeners on a journey through the author’s remarkable spiritual experience. William Dudley Pelley’s unabridged account of his notable encounter in Altadena, California, in May 1928, is a powerful and enlightening exploration of the mysteries of the afterlife.

Pelley’s vivid descriptions of his encounter with the divine, his interactions with angelic beings, and his journey through otherworldly realms will leave listeners spellbound. Through his words, listeners will gain a deeper understanding of the nature of existence, the purpose of life, and the meaning of death.

This audiobook also includes an afterword of comment on the publication of the narrative in “The American Magazine” in March 1929, and its reaction throughout America and England. Pelley’s story sparked a nationwide conversation about the afterlife, and this audiobook captures that cultural moment in a way that is both informative and entertaining.


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About The Author

William Dudley Pelley

William Dudley Pelley

William Dudley Pelley was an American author, journalist, and political activist who rose to prominence in the early 20th century. Born in 1890 in Massachusetts, Pelley began his career as a journalist, working for several newspapers in the Midwest and on the East Coast. During World War I, he served in the military and worked as a war correspondent.

In the 1920s and 30s, Pelley became involved in political activism, founding a right-wing movement called the Silver Legion of America (also known as the Silver Shirts). The group was known for its anti-Semitic and fascist beliefs, and Pelley himself was a vocal advocate for white supremacy and eugenics.

Despite his controversial political views, Pelley was a prolific writer and published numerous books, articles, and short stories throughout his career. His work often reflected his far-right beliefs, with themes of racial purity, nationalism, and anti-Semitism.

Pelley's most famous work is probably his novel "Star Guests," which was published in 1932 and tells the story of a group of aliens who visit Earth and teach humanity the secrets of spiritual enlightenment. The book was widely popular at the time and is still read by some today as a work of science fiction.

Seven Minutes in Eternity William Dudley Pelley


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