Harold Armstrong Baker (1881-1971) was an American author and Pentecostal missionary to Tibet from 1911 to 1919; then to China from 1919 to 1950 when he and his wife, Josephine, were forced to leave the mainland for Taiwan, from 1955 until his death in 1971.
The Bakers started Adullam Rescue Mission for street children in Yunnan Province, China. The children in the home, mostly boys aged from six to eighteen, had a revival during which they had visions of heaven, Paradise, angels, and even hell. These visions were recounted in Baker’s book Visions Beyond the Veil.
This book, Heaven and the Angels, includes information from the orphan boys? visions, but also includes accounts from many people from around the world during the past two centuries who had dreams, visions, and angelic visits right here on Earth.
The book was originally published about 1940, and some of the original pictures were of such poor quality that they could not be reproduced, but most of them are included here.