Mankind has pondered the existence of life beyond death for centuries. Religions propose a variety of interesting but differing beliefs. So what does actually happen? Initially, science assumed it was some kind of neurological process sparking memory fragments at the moment of death. Having studied thousands of firsthand experiences, science now finds undeniable credibility and fascinating patterns of details that cannot be easily dismissed. These witnesses are from various cultures and countries around the world-yet they report the same types of visual, auditory, and sensory details. People, blind since birth, are seeing and testifying to the same sights that sighted people are also reporting. Preschool children are claiming the same experiences as mature, educated, worldly individuals. Atheists are stunned into becoming devoted to God. What is going on?
Author John Carpenter returns with his third book, providing the reader with a breath-taking and inspirational journey through three realms of the afterlife. Instead of recounting hundreds of individual tales as in other books, he constructs a unique experience by orchestrating one composite journey, illustrated by hundreds of firsthand witnesses. Crafting the fascinating pieces of their testimonies into a masterful flowing collection creates an unforgettable journey for the reader. Masterminding this jigsaw puzzle of credible experiences takes the reader where no other book has gone before! But it can be intense-in its joy, love, and beauty-or its nightmarish and dark terrors. Be not afraid. Learn the truth of what people are reporting so that you can navigate your own spiritual journey wisely toward your future place in eternity.
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|Publisher:||Page Publishing, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.03(d)|
About the Author
John T. Carpenter is curator of Japanese art in the Department of Asian Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.