Dear Friends,Robert James Lees was a great clairvoyant of the 19th and 20th centuries who delivered several books to us “from the other side”, describing the life in the Great Beyond. RJLproject is the effort to produce audio version of selected of these works and make them available to the public, free of charge. Planned titles are: “Through the Mists” “The Life Elysian” “The Gate of Heaven”We ask for all of you to join us and help - for now by making donations, spreading the word or consider our news item of August 6th, 2014.If you wish to help, please tell everybody we exist, keep checking in and subscribe to our mailing list! Thank you for your time.Kind Regards,Ulrich @ RJL project
January 25th, 2016After a long break, we are finally back. As I type these lines, the world outside is in constant revolution, and power centers on Earth shift.Fitting this, the leatest addition to our list of movies delivers thrilling suspense as well as some truly heavenly images. Enjoy The Lovely Bones when you can.Besides this, adapting the books for recording will continue shortly. All else will fall into place when the time is right.Whoever is interested in messages from the other side of life regarding current affairs, may check out Montague Keen’s messages. For a while now, we have supported them with translations, and while not everybody may appreciate their urgency, they certainly contain vital information.June 22ndWhile summer made a cold and rainy start, there are still many things to organize and sort out around here. I keep finding interesting movies to do with the afterlife and am only too happy to pass on the good news - and even though they present very different aspects of what may be to come, they all seem to agree that Justice seems to be a common concept - one that is equally desirable and hard to find on Earth at the moment.The current addition to my list of viewing touches on that point in a humorous way.While I wouldn’t call it an outstanding movie, it’s good fun from time to time, certainyl woth viewing - and üresents some very poignant truths about the afterlife - as well as the current one.April 19thAfter a series of extremely demanding months, I finally find the time to take care of RJL project again. I am happy to say, that despite little actual progress, the project preconditions have improved a lot. After undertaking some necessary changes, like moving the studio to another location, I have come to the conclusion that financing RJL project may just not go at the speed I would want it to. Anyway, I haven’t played all my cards yet.Also, as I am always on the lookout for new movies for that section of the website, I was able to add Afterwards to the little collection there. It’s not actually a movie depicting the afterlife, but it surely touches the topic in an interesting way, putting some aspects of your existence here into much-needed perspective.December 22ndDear friends, in 2014, we have successfully established RJLproject. For 2015, we are about to set new goals.A very warm Thank You to all who supported us so far and know this work is a vital piece of a mosaic soon to fall into place for all of mankind. For now we wish you a Peaceful Christmas, a Happy New Year, and of course excellent and educational entertainment with our newest film tip:The Five People You Meet In HeavenWith a beautiful cast around Jon Voight and Jeff Daniels, this 180 minutes long epic release from 2004 guides you through various aspects of a beginning afterlife. Highly recommended - worth every minute!For this year, RJLproject wishes you all the best, see you around in 2015 with more news and some serious progress.
After a prolonged hiatus, here’s a brief news update, in which, frankly, there is very little for me to report. Donations and all else are very slow these days. Still, I wish to thank all of you who found it in their hearts to support the project financially.I have prepared for some clear and much faster progress in 2015, so I hope we will see the first artwork(s) and maybe even a brief sample of the first video book next year - which will then be used to fuel a crowd-funding campaign, which I hope will really get things moving.Some of you may be interested in the Near Death website, which explores a field closely related to RJLproject, though on a much more serious bases.For now I wish you many revelations in the weeks to come, and best of health.
First of all, a big thank you to Froilan and all the others who have been donating since the site was last updated. Your support is much appreciated, and not a penny of those donations has been spent so far! Once we have gathered enough for a first painting, we will give this initiative a more colorful outlook on things to come!Media-wise, I have decided to stay alert re. movies giving us some kind of vision of the afterlife. Twitter-followers have received this in our last tweet already: “Wings of Fame” is worth watching. It may be depicting certain aspects of karma in just the right way, though it certainly has its odd touches. Still, a movie with Peter O’Toole and a young Colin Firth, certainly worth a bit of my time.
After a brief summer hiatus, quite some travelling and a lot of thinking, faced with the lack of incoming donations, I have decided to more actively move things forward.Promotions for this website have started yesterday, and if you wish to participate, but cannot spare, please support RJLproject with your activity:- Link to our start page on your website- Talk about RJLproject- Post it on Facebook- Get involved in one of the following activities, which are all totally free of charge, but can earn us some small, automated donations:- Get a Bicoin wallet (= account), for example with MultiBit.- Login, watch advertisements or websites, gamble with the free bitcoins you are awarded for your activities here, here, hereor here.As you do this, RJLproject will be awareded a bonus for your earnings. While that isn’t much, it’s better than nothing. We have tested and verified those activities, and they are really all totally free of charge.Still, you may want to wipe possible cookies off your system afterwards with CCleaner.As for the advertisements for RJLproject I mentioned, I paid them out of my own pocket. Not a single donation to RJLproject will ever be used for this - they all go straight into the project, and nothing else. Besides, you have my word that once I come to unforeseen riches, I will happily support RJL with a generous donation. :)To put things into some perspective: The overall first phase of the project (recording of all three books in English, produce them nicely etc.) will cost around US$ 110,000.-. Donations so far are around US$ 80.- (no mistake). While I really appreciate all donations and warmly thank you for them, what we have doesn’t get us very far. This means you will be seeing more activity to get liftoff in the (hopefully) near future.Meanwhile, please consider the above Bitcoin options.Thank you and have a great rest of the summer! :)P.S.: On a lighter note, this video ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qyn1OABA4vk... may be of some interest to you.
More recommended viewing: In case you missed out on a few other movies regarding the subject of the afterlife, here are some. Descriptions taken from Amazon. Brief comments added.HereafterThe lives of a retired psychic, a French tsunami survivor and a London schoolboy intersect, forever changed by what they believe might - or must - exist in the hereafter.Worth seeing alone for the excellent acting of Matt Damon, also for having the courage to include the tsunami and London tube bombings in its plot. Nice to see also, how Clint Eastwood as a director has grown from “Dirty Harry” to strong, insightful movies.What Dreams May ComeAfter Chris Nielsen dies in an accident, he tries to remain close to his beautiful mortal wife, Annie. With a friendly spirit assigned to guide him, he begins to adapt to his new state of being in a setting that can only be described as heavenly.An impressive cast and likewise impressive special effects make not only for some nice entertainment, but also include quite a bit of “heavenly” knowledge. Various tragic and dramatic elements make it a good, compelling movie, also for people not interested in the afterlife etc. Also touches the topic of reincarnation and soul-mates. Beautiful, colorful and touching.Heaven is For RealThe true story of a small-town father who must find the courage and conviction to share his son's extraordinary, life-changing experience with the world. Greg Kinnear (Todd Burpo) and Kelly Reilly (Sonja Burpo) portray the real-life couple whose son Colton (Connor Corum) claims to have visited Heaven during a near death experience. Colton recounts the details of his amazing journey with childlike innocence and speaks matter-of-factly about things that happened before his birth ... things he couldn't possibly know.I have yet to see it, will then edit this comment. From the trailer and info, it seems like it gives some powerful insights in what is to come in a beautiful way - I also like the cast, so I am looking forward to this a lot.
It’s been a while since we last updated - and here we go. After a 10-day visit to the US, we can happily report that the Bitcoin option is a well-accepted feature of this wehbsite. Even though we are still far from being able to start anything, it shows that there is an interest and willingness to support the subject. Thank you to all donators!One of the next steps will be to script an record our presentation video - and launch a first crowdfunding campaign.Also thanks to numerologist Michelle Arbeau (website) for her interest.Please remember to subscribe to our mailing list through the envelope on the left.Also, if you are interested in a link exchange, please let us know. We are currently preparing a page for this.Highly recommended viewing!The movie “Nosso Lar”, based on the work of Brazilian medium Chico Xavier is now also available in English and also German, titled “Astral City”. This is a year-long wish come true! We had contacted the publisher and offered to dub it into German, but it seems, somehow, this has been taken care of. Given all the information gathered so far, this seems to he a pretty good representation of the life that awaits.
This week, I heard the good news that, finally, somebody has built a “free energy” generator and is willing to share it with the world. I hope it’s true.More information can be found at this address: http://www.allegedlydave.com/blog.htm?article_id=5.RJLproject has seen mainly cosmetic changes this week, and a first test mailing was sent our through a new mailing platform, which gives the recipients more and easier control. We apologise if you received a mail you didn’t want. We’re getting better at this. You can now easily unsubscribe or let us know in an email. You can click on the envelope to the left to subscribe.Also, if you are interested in a link exchange, please let us know. We are currently preparing a page for this.Other than that, we received our first bitcoin donations! Thanks to you, wherever you are! :)
Another week of slowly increasing public awareness for our project. On my ways through the internet, I came across many websites, for example that of Howard David Johnson. Click on the image to the left to take a look at more of his splendid art.Also, this week saw our first donation coming in! Thank you very much to Angela for this welcome boost!As you have already seen, we now accept Bitcoin donations as well!Please, also subscribe to our mailing list, spread the word and help RJLproject to really take off!
Time for a (long overdue) update!As I am working my way through websites of healers, hypnotists, reiki practitioners, psychics, counsellors, coaches, communities, producers and salespeople in my search of people to support RJLproject, I get a feeling for how much society has already transformed, and that spirituality is on the verge of becoming not only a short-lived “mainstream” phenomenon, but a common, accepted and naturally required way of life. Good show!The past weeks have seen some upgrades to my working and living environment, as well as constant progress in the project and rising access figures on this website.Keep it up, everybody! As will we.P.S.: Accompanying this update is another of Christine’s beautiful pictures.
We have first signs that our website is coming to life. As we keep sending out information about our project, as was to be expected, initial reactions would be slowish.Still, we managed to achieve a spike of interest towards the week-end after the first batch of mails, with visitors from the U.S., Australia and Austria as well as the usual robots.Please keep spreading the word, as we will keep informing more people about what we want to achieve.
Only briefly after I sent out a first batch of emails in order to make RJL project known, I started receiving answers - and a lot friendlier ones than I had anticipated!Christine Dennett even attached pictures she painted, which I found amazingly beautiful, and one of which you can see to the left. You can visit one of her websites under kesaralight.weebly.com.Other than that, I keep sending out emails to find more supporters. Welcome also to all who started following on Twitter!More good news hopefully later this week.
For those among you who absolutely cannot wait to support us, I have added a PayPal button to the website.Other than that, the last two weeks have seen me scouting for addresses to send a mailing to in the hopes that it will be well-received and we will start getting some traffic onto this site. Before that isn’t the case, there’s no point in starting a fundraiser. So, please tell everybody and let’s begin making a difference!Also, there is now an additional page on this site, containing a text sample for those who haven’t read Robert James Lees’ books yet.Addendum, Apr. 17th: The start page now also contains a “QR code” you can scan with smartphone etc. It merely contains the website address - every little bit helps. :)
Everything is proceeding. Made minor updates to this website and another tweet - well, to three followers. Have received more cost estimates, and have simplified the structure of production and rewards considerably. This has required more work than anticipated, but it has definitely moved into the right direction and is now complete.Work on the script of “Through the Mists” has also continued, and I am thinking a lot about the presentation video and the next steps.I have begun building a mailing list of people and groups I will make the project known to, hoping they are the right ones to address.
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We now have a Twitter account. If you wish to follow us, please use this address: @RJL_project.Other than that, this website is nearing web-readiness. We hope to have it online on the following week-end.By then, more work on the script of “Through the Mists” has been done, too.mid-march, 2014After speaking with post-production, recording studio and “my guys” here at the studio, I have set out again - and found an illustrator I find entirely suited to do the title design and “video book” imagery. His name is Michael Meier, and you can visit his website. The image seen on the left I am particularly fond of, and I am 100% certain, after a lengthy phone conversation with him, that he is the right person for the job.On the side, I have begun spending the evenings reading “Through the Mists” again, and marking it up a) for turning it into a useable audio script and b) for finding descriptions that Michael can turn into his magnificent drawings.I hope to hear back soon from the studio in London, so I can finalize my plannings, and pass on to the next big step: the presentation and video for the main fundraiser.A big thank-you to all the good souls who so far crossed my way and helped, not the least of which is Stephen Butt of www.rjlees.co.uk/.
Hamburg, Germany, early March, 2014
I have now started preparing for the project itself, i.e. clarify what it is we want to do, started doing spreadsheets for different parts of the project. Am still waiting for external estimates to make things clearer.Since it will require some money to do everything I have in mind, I have decided to slice it up. The very basic goal will be to record “Through the Mists” with a single narrator.Should people find it in their hearts to give us more support, we will do all three books, maybe even “The Heretic”, then what I call “video books”, then actual new print version with all the imagery to be created for the video book version - and all of this intertwined with rewards for our supporters. This work is advanced, still it needs some tweaking.
Dominican Republic, February 2014
Among all the troubles I experience as member of a group that just doesn’t work the way this old world would like us to, I have both been cursed and blessed.Blessed, for I have the conciousness to realize the change required, and at the same moment cursed, for what can a single man do?Unlike the heroes of many tales and movies, all one can do is try to live a decent life, follow one’s inspiration, let the heart decide what to do.For the second time in the last years, I feel that I want to use the talents I have been blessed with to spread the good word - in this case produce recordings of Robert James Lees’ trilogy of books describing the afterlife.I wonder why that has not been done before ...After my considerations, and despite the critical situation there, I decide to leave my island home, family and friends, to live as a hermit in Hamburg, Germany, deal with my aspirations, sort out a number of things and begin working on RJL project.
For those of you who may not be familiar to the works of
Robert James Lees, here is a samples for you to read, right
out of Book 1, “Through the Mists”:
“For this reason the poor always had my sympathy. When I thought upon the subject, I often felt as if I should be glad to find the pearly gates shut upon me, if by that means I could be some little consolation to the multitudes in hell.It was wicked - blasphemous - to feel so, so the vicar once told me; but it was constitutional - part of my unfortunate malady, and he found it useless to attempt to change my mind.I never could understand the righteousness of poverty here and damnation there; or the logical sequence of riches here and salvation there. It was not according to my reading of the Bible, or the teaching of Jesus in the parable of Dives and Lazarus, as I understood the English language. It may have been a defect in my power of analogy, but if so I held to the delusion.It was one evening, when on my way to visit some of these uncared-for people, that the great change overtook me. I was walking along a crowded footpath, engaged in the contemplation of the lights and shadows visible on the faces of passers-by, when I heard a scream, and saw a child in deadly peril among the horses in the road. He was not far away, so bounding forward - with no thought but for his safety - I reached and dragged him from his hazardous position, then turned, and… Something touched me. I clasped the boy more firmly and stepped forward.The noise ceased, vehicles and street faded away, as if some great magician had waved his wand, the darkness disappeared, and I was lying upon a grassy slope in an enchanted land.Neither did all the changes lie in our surroundings. Few people would have been enamoured of the ragged child I rushed to save, with his shoeless feet, matted hair, and unwashed face; but the angel I found lying upon my breast would have driven an artist into raptures.For myself, in that instant, I had changed my morning suit for a loosely flowing robe which somehow seemed to be a part of myself; and though I was fully assured of my own individuality.I was curious to know what had taken place, and by what means, in the interval of one solitary step, a transformation of such completeness had been effected.The lad, though evidently conscious of the alteration, looked into my face with calm laughing eyes, void of any trace of fear; perhaps he expected me to give some explanation, but I needed that myself. Then he buried his head in my shoulder and fell asleep. I sat and nursed him, trying to answer the only question which occupied my mind – “Where are we?”I was reclining upon the grass of what can only be described as the auditorium of an immense but natural amphitheatre, with the arena occupied by a multitude who appeared to be engaged in the reception of strangers, whom they were welcoming and congratulating.If only I could have understood it, the scene would have been as pleasing as it was brilliant, but, under the circumstances, my feelings were more of curiosity than of appreciation.It resembled the performance of an elaborate tableau of which I held no descriptive programme, being alike ignorant of the place, the players and the purpose. This was all that I could understand: - There were two classes of persons represented - the one, evidently residents, attired in garments embracing almost every shade of colour with which I was familiar, and some the like of which I had never seen before, and therefore have no means to make you understand.The other, by far the smaller of the two, gave me the idea of strangers, who, having just arrived, stood in need of the help and assistance so freely proffered. Where did they come from, I asked myself?To this I was enabled to find a somewhat satisfactory reply. Before me lay a plain, across which numbers were continually coming and going; at its further side I saw a heavy bank of fog lying, the outlinesof which were boldly portrayed as if confined within certain limitations. The atmosphere was so unusually clear, that although the fog was perhaps some two miles distant from where I lay, I could easily discern that they entered the plain from that direction.I now became intensely interested in something which baffled my powers to determine whether it was real or an optical illusion. I noticed that the variegated colour of the dresses worn bythose who went from us towards the mists gradually faded, until in the distance but one uniform tone of grey was visible; on the contrary, as they, returned the original hues were as mysteriously restored. It seemed to me, at length, as if some magical influence was exerted by that vapour or that the plain was one which might legitimately, be called enchanted.The moment I saw the fog I was conscious of a cold chill running through me, not due to any change of temperature, which was warm and genial, but such as one experiences at the thought of leaving a cosy fire to become enveloped in the piercing mist of autumn or early winter.What caused this is more than I can say - perhaps it was sympathy with those I saw emerging from such surroundings; for many were so overcome they scarcely had the strength to reach the open plain; while for some the watchers plunged into the mists and carried them through; others being borne all the way across the plain before they had the power to stand upon their feet.How long I was thus employed I cannot tell, but suddenly my attention was attracted to someone standing beside me and I arose, for the first time becoming aware that the slope whereon I had been sitting was occupied by many, evidently strangers, like myself.This, however, did not interest me so much just then as it would previously have done; all my mind being centred upon the person who stood beside me, in the hope that he would be able to solve the problem so perplexing to me.”
Colin FirthSegment...What Dreams May ComeRobin WilliamsUSA1998LinkCuba Gooding Jr.Trailer...Astral City (Nosso Lar)Renato PrietoBrazil2010LinkFernando A. PintoTrailer...“Nossor Lar 2”Filed as “Under development”LinkHeaven is for RealGreg KinnearUSA2014LinkThomas H. ChurchTrailer...HereafterMatt DamonUSA2010LinkBryce D. HowardTrailer...ADVERTISEMENT
Millions of words could be written to explain why we are doing this project - but is that really necessary?The modern vision of death and the afterlife - despite thousands proving it wrong - still is one of uncertainty, for some even fear and despair.Robert James Lees, noted spiritist of his time, wrote down messages and entire books, which were given to him from the realm some of us call “Heaven”. His descriptions are clear, his explanations logical, and his message one of trust and joy - giving positive meaning to our lives and the great beyond.So vibrant and powerful are his messages, that sitting on a cloud playing the harp seems dull in comparison. ;)Yet very few people seem to be listening.Thus we have made it our goal to produce audio versions (and hopefully more) of some of his work and make them available and accessible to a much wider audience - free of any cost to the consumer.Our goal is clear: Reform the general view of “death” and the afterlife, make way for a positive vision of why we are here, and what change we are going through when we depart.For this, we ask your support. Spread the word, join us, support us. For only together, we will shape a better world.- The RJL project team
The first task we set is to record“Through the Mists”in English.Please support us, and many more will follow after that.
Who Are We?We are an international team of experienced producers, recording engineers and audio professionals working day-to-day in professio-nal environments with high-end equipment.Our routine job is to deliver the best possible quality recorded voices - no less will do.We have recording capability in the United States, England, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland and many other countries around the globe, and have set out to make the knowledge about the afterlife truly common and international.
For more information
on the life and work of Robert James Lees, please visit one of the many websites that offer such information. It would take a major effort, and we would only duplicate information that is already easily available on sites like these:rjlees.co.uk/en.wikipedia.org/casebook.org/If you would like to stay up-to-date on our progress, please check in on this website, have your name added to our mailing list (mail to: um[at]rjlproject[.]net) or follow us on Twitter.
Studio MühlInnocentiastraße 2620144 HamburgGermanyIf you would like to get in touch, please do so by writing an email. Please forgive us if the reply doesn’t come, is slow or all too brief.email: project[at]rjlproject[.]netIf you would like to stay up-to-date on our progress, please check in on this website, have your name added to our mailing list (check the start page to subscribe) or follow us on Twitter.