Six years have passed since Quinton Stone Jackson transitioned back to pure energy and those years have not been easy for the Jackson family. Quinton’s numerous visits from the other side brought about the powerful epiphany of knowing there truly is no death, yet this divine knowledge is tempered with the sad reality that he isn’t here with us in a physical sense.
Quinton’s Legacy shares more of the divine dichotomy as it details numerous mystical experiences the author has had along his journey, as well as stories shared by others of visitations from their deceased loved ones. This divine knowledge is uplifting, yet as in life, it is only part of the story. The author and his family share their personal struggles with losing beloved Quinton and give a broadened perspective on life.
Join the Jackson’s on their journey.
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About the Author
Ernie Jackson is the eldest of three, born in New Jersey to Ernest and Frances Jackson. After spending the first twelve years there, the family moved to Colorado which will forever be his sanctuary even though he’s also lived in Arizona. He started his career in the janitorial field, moving from supervisor to President of the family janitorial company in Arizona. The simple philosophy of the Golden Rule as well as pride in the service being provided became his highest priority. The same adage carried him into a successful career in commercial property management.
Ernie has been married twenty-three years to his beautiful wife Kristine. They have two children, Cheyanne and Quinton; now they are grandparents and loving it. While both Ernie and Kristine are honored to share what they have learned, at this point they are simply enjoying the blessings of each day. They share their experiences and beliefs about life after death with friends, family, at conference keynotes, and anyone who reaches out to them with the courage to speak about death. Many ask if they are comfortable speaking about their son’s transition. Their answer is “We smile and say of course. We have written two books on the topic so please do not feel uncomfortable asking. We are honored to share.”