On November 19, the Swedenborg Foundation launched a new series of short clips with highlights from our hour-long weekly webcast Swedenborg and Life. Read more
The Swedenborg Foundation’s offTheLeftEye YouTube channel reached 20,000 subscribers in early November, a remarkable 116 percent growth since the beginning of the year.
As someone who spent years writing about his experiences in the spiritual world, Emanuel Swedenborg had a lot to say about people who have crossed over. But what about encounters with spirits in this world? Read more
Thanks to a volunteer effort from Jon Childs, father of show host Curtis Childs, and a group of Swedenborgians in Australia, select episodes now have transcripts, allowing viewers to read along with what’s being said.
What can we learn by studying what people say in the final stage of their lives? On September 19, a group of scholars and researchers participated in a live panel discussion on the Research into the Communications of the Dying (RICD) project, an interdisciplinary academic study of the words uttered by the dying. Read more
Emanuel Swedenborg writes that one of the best ways to grow spiritually is to embrace and embody love in the same way God radiates it. That may seem like a pretty tall order, but throughout his writings, Swedenborg offers some clues about how we can put divine love into practice in our everyday lives. Read more
In preparation for his appearance on the September 7 episode of Swedenborg and Life, “Modern Spiritual Experiences,” author Graham Nicholls shared details about his personal spiritual experiences and the parallels with the experiences that Swedenborg described. Read more
What does Swedenborg say about animals in the afterlife? Will people be reunited with beloved pets after they die? Is there a doggie heaven with unlimited treats and squirrels to chase? Swedenborg sees a clear spiritual difference between humans and animals. Read more
In June, our offTheLeftEye YouTube channel passed a huge milestone—one million minutes watched in a single month. The rest of the summer showed that this was not a fluke. Read more
When news of a four-legged snake fossil hit the news earlier this summer, it was met with excitement by some who regard the Bible as literal history. What would Emanuel Swedenborg say? Read more