"Very advanced human beings are concerned with the lower orders of evolution of mankind. They are concerned not only because it is the natural sequence in serving mankind—it is to serve the Infinite best.
But there must always be, in the great Infinite Mind an Understanding, that continual movement of continual progress—that continual evolution which all things go through, not only in the atomical substances as has been shown to you here, but it follows through into the planets and into and through the solar systems themselves.
It follows through even into the Celestial Mansions, as we have seen Jesus ascend into another dimension (after two thousand years as the leader of Venus), which was of a higher dimension. And we also saw Him return into the higher spiritual planets as the new mentor of all. And so we know that evolution continues there too, and evolution progresses ever onward and upward.
They tell us that there is no end unto this evolution. "
Ernest L Norman claimed the future history of the world will unquestionably prove the author to be, without exception, the greatest outlet of interdimensional cosmic knowledge the world has ever known; for he has indeed proven beyond any question of doubt that he works with and from a higher world.
Norman was an American electrical engineer, and spiritual leader. A polymath, Norman dabbled in philosophy, poetry, scientific research and paranormal investigation. He also co-founded of the Unarius Science of Life and the Unarius Educational Foundation, which later became known as Unarius Academy of Science
Ernest Norman wrote twenty books in his lifetime that covered theoretical physics, spirituality, philosophy, theology, extraterrestrial life, sociology, and poetry. Norman also authored articles further emphasizing the interdimensional hypothesis he was trying to teach, and answered letters from his students that have been archived at the Unarius Academy of Science.
Here is a lesson in which he teaches about astral visits to higher dimension and links his visions to those of Emmanuel Swedenborg.