‘‘The Betty Book’’
A classical channeled text published in 1937 by Stewart Edward
White from the statements made by his wife, Elizabeth
‘‘Betty’’ White, while in trance. Betty channeled for more than
20 years and White believed these channeled communications
embodied valuable philosophical and religious messages for
daily life. The Betty Book was but the first of a series of books developed
from Betty’s sittings. The third volume, Across the Unknown,
(1939) rivals The Betty Book in popularity.
Sources
Melton, J. Gordon. The Betty Book Literature of Stewart Edward
White. Evanston, Ill. The Author, 1971.
White, Stewart Edward. The Betty Book. New York E. P. Dutton,
1937.