WHAT THEY ARE SAYING!
recently had the pleasure of reviewing Soul Traveler by
Rev. John J. Rogers. As always, his books (and this is no
exception) arouse interest and offer much information about the
spiritualist view of life after death. This book, however, is
different and offers a delightful “plus.”
difference lies in the fact that the author not only talks from
his own experience, but has been willing to share the content of
his conversations with his spirit guides, particularly Gladys.
She was a highly respected medium while on this plane, and
continues to serve as a source of information and inspiration to
the author. The discussions are fascinating.
Traveler is definitely not a boring book, and makes us think
about where we came from as well as where we are going. It is a
Stephen G. Rudin, [title or other description]
would highly recommend John Rogers’s most recent book, Soul
Traveler, if one should wish to gain a better understanding
of the reincarnation experience. This book is not based upon
speculation but rather actual communications that the author has
received from his spirit guides. Special emphasis is given in
this book to the preparatory steps taken by each soul before
embarking on a new incarnation in the earthly realm.
describes in some detail the advisory roles played by the
Council of Twelve and personal spirit guides in the development
of a soul’s specific life blueprint for an upcoming life. The
overriding message of this book is that the circumstances and
close personal relationships that we encounter in life are not
the product of chance or coincidence but rather something that
each soul freely plans out in detail ahead of time.
Dennis Tishken, Professor of Religion and Humanities,
Valencia Community College and Brevard Community College,
different spirits channel information was interesting and I'm
sure will be so for other readers as well. I would imagine a lot
of what you touched on are questions the public has about the
various subjects you addressed. Your writing style is not
complicated, which I think is a good thing. You are an
excellent writer, John! I was impressed by your ability. I
think you will go far with this book.
~Elizabeth (Janie) Owens, medium and author
“Dear John, I’m writing you to thank you for the reading you
At the end of our session, you said I was in good health. I had
told you then that I had just been told by my local doctors that
I had liver cancer. You were shocked and took a few more seconds
to see if Gladys could tell you something different. She
insisted that I had the wrong diagnosis.
After two months of tests and traveling back and forth to
Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, she was right! No sign of cancer
at this time –will recheck in six months.
Not only are you an excellent medium, but I found great new
friends in you and Trish. God bless you both!”