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Usually when friends I talk with friends about spiritual and/or motivational literature, I let them know how spiritual the book in question is. This allows people to place themselves on the scale ranging from more motivational material, to channeled books, books who use the word "God" a lot etc.
This one is beyond anything I've ever read. Apparently Swedenborg's contemporaries, such as Emmanuel Kant, couldn't really decide if he was for real. It seems Emmanuel at first was impressed with Swedenborg, later to have second thoughts, probably when he began talking about his conversations with angels.
This is what the book is about. It's about angels, how they live, what they do, how they get to where they are. Extremely detailed explanations are given of the "physical" layout of Heaven and Hell, different stages of both in so much detail it's at times a little dry.
Just amazing that this kind of book exists. It's the farther reaches of spiritual literature that I have encountered and really enjoyable, albeit presented in an almost academic style.