"The experience of the soul into the physical form, into life, is a profound experience for the soul. This depth of profoundness is not found in the shallow intellect of the mind, but in the wisdom of the heart and soul. Thus every experience in life must be profound whether it be the love that one has for a mate or the love that one friend has for the other.
The sight of a flower or the scent of its fragrance, the tree that is moved by the breeze, the rain that quenches the thirst of the earth, these too are profound experiences of life and soul. The profoundness of nature is as profound and necessary, as is the soul's, for it provides the sustenance for life and demonstrates the beauty of sharing and harmony that brings growth to the soul."
- William Allen LePar
Few men with spiritual gifts for mankind have stood strong against the sweep of history. William Allen LePar will be among them.
For more than 45 years, LePar has set aside his private life to illuminate the path of spiritual awareness and personal growth. By manifesting an extremely rare and deep trance state, he achieves a degree of contact with the spiritual realms unique to and unique for our troubled times. From this level a union of 12 souls known to us as The Council reveals wisdom and warning of unprecedented magnitude. Through the years some 1.5 million words of dialogue between humanity and The Council have been recorded and preserved for those who seek, and will seek in a time to come, to ride the wings of total awareness.
To become the conduit for a spiritual lifeline to mankind was not what LePar wanted or expected in his early years. At least, not consciously. Born into a working class Italian family that still held Old World values, LePar exhibited strong paranormal abilities as a child. Those abilities, however, proved troublesome and young LePar subdued his gifts in order to have a normal childhood.
But that normal life was not to be. In the 1950 s fate teamed LePar with a teenage friend who also possessed potent psychic abilities. In time they were stunning their friends, giving readings at a spiritualist church and exploring their powers. This led one night to a vision so shocking that LePar slammed the door on his inexplicable talents. He threw himself into the goal of normalcy, becoming a machinist in a steel mill and, eventually, meeting and marrying Nancy.
Again, that normal life was not to be. Without warning, or so it seemed, his calm and family-oriented world was turned upside down. The deep, catatonic trances had commenced. It took several turbulent years for him and Nancy to accept, adjust, and finally to offer others the opportunity to talk with and learn directly from the realms beyond.