Whispers of Maryam

At the moment of each human’s death, a profound change occurs. The pure-white energy of the soul, the energy of God, given by God, begins a journey away from the physical bonds of the blue planet. The journey is the most important process all humans will ever deal with, yet many, many events can, and do, go wrong.

At the moment of death, each person will acquire the knowing of the universe instantly. Each person will know and understand God’s plan for them and know intimately if their choices made on the blue planet were congruent with God’s plan. The depth of knowing will be frightening as each person will understand instantly how their choices fulfilled God’s plan or fulfilled their deadly sins. Fear, true fear, beyond anything ever known, will make many souls recoil as they understand how their years upon the blue planet were not lived for God but for themselves. A host of other reasons will make many other souls recoil from the knowing, but fear will be the strongest. It is at the point of recoil that the process of death breaks down.

Souls cannot reenter their earthly bodies under most circumstances and yet have recoiled from engaging the knowing, engaging God. There is a very finite time period when each soul must enter the knowing and join God. If the time period is missed, if the soul misses their chance, they become neither part of the blue planet nor part of the universe; and they are lost, forever to be part of neither world.

Two brothers born to Irene and Bob—Dana the oldest, Raney the youngest—died as infants and became lost souls. Another brother, Kirby, born with raw empathic skills, the ability to feel the smallest vibrations of the blue planet, felt his lost brothers since very early childhood. A journey of over fifty years connected Kirby to the earth, to lost souls, to the universe, and ultimately, to God to help find a way for his two lost brothers to transform their lost energy and join God.

Mary, the virgin mother of Jesus Christ, prompted Kirby to chronicle the journey through letters to his oldest sister, Melanie. Within this book, within these letters, is a very rare glimpse of a human being on the blue planet, being trained with sacred knowledge to fulfill God’s plan for his specific life. To say Kirby was successful would be the biggest of all understatements.


--Kirby Paul Anderson, PhD-ABD, MS, BS, AAS