What happens to us when we die? Is there really such a thing as heaven, where God has “prepared a place for us,” or does life for us begin and end on planet Earth? Are all those orbs in the seemingly infinite universe just put there for us to admire as we gaze up into the night sky? Or is there life on all those other worlds? We know that when we die our body remains behind on this planet, but where does the REAL us — soul, spirit, consciousness — go? Can something so vital one minute disappear into nothingness the next?
If you believe that angelic beings as well as “the dead” can transmit ideas to us telepathically via gifted human receivers, then a book such as Two Years in Heaven will give you a glimpse of the places we are destined to inhabit when our lives on earth are over. Is this account true? Only you can judge that for yourself.
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About the Author
“Rose the Sunlight” recorded her experience of journeys through the celestial world, God’s Kingdom, and the Region of the Blessed for a period of two years, the purpose being that her friends in the material world might have an outline of her wonderful celestial travels. These heavenly experiences are made so plain and can be so easily comprehended by mortal beings that we resolved when we first read the story, Two Years in Heaven, written by “Rose the Sunlight,” to publish it in book form, so that all who might wish to know something about the heavenly worlds could find the desired information in this little volume.
“Rose the Sunlight” passed to the higher life January 2, 1908. Many beautiful psychic portraits of her have been given since then, three of them being in the Psychic Art Gallery in the Temple of Health in Kansas City. Thousands of people still remember Mrs. Carson, who met and greeted them when they first came to the Temple of Health to receive treatment. She was the Recording Secretary and Treasurer. Her constant and faithful services for more than thirty years aided her husband, Dr. C. H. Carson, in founding the Temple of Health and the Carson College of Psychic Sarcology, a philanthropic educational institution, the basic foundation for the great Temple of Light which is to be built in Kansas City in the near future. It can be truthfully said, What mighty things she hath wrought!