Within Heavens Gate (Rebecca Springer) – Intra Muros

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This is a reading of the entire book which was published in 1898.

To my knowledge Ms. Springer had no association with Spiritualism, séances etc. that were prevalent during the latter half of the 19th century.

You can download a copy of the book in multiple formats or read it online here: https://archive.org/details/intramuros00spriiala

From Wikipedia:

 Rebecca Ruter Springer (November 8, 1832 – 1904) was a 19th-century American author who wrote the famous Christian book Intra Muros, better known today as My Dream of Heaven. As the modern name implies, Springer claimed to have a vision of a Christian heaven, and she recounts this vision in her book as well as some personal insights. My Dream of Heaven is considered by many readers to be a deeply inspirational book.
Rebecca Ruter was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on November 8, 1832, the daughter of Calvin W. Ruter, a Methodist clergyman in Indiana.[1] She attended Wesleyan Female College and graduated at the age of 18.[2] She married William McKendree Springer on December 15, 1859, later a lawyer and member of the Illinois General Assembly. William Ruter Springer, the couple’s only child, was born a few years later, and went on to graduate from a private military academy in Virginia in 1880.[2] Springer and her husband left for a two-year European tour in 1868 to improve her health, which at the time had been described as “feeble”; a condition which persisted until her death in 1904.
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