In Times of War- Messages of Wisdom from Soldiers in the Afterlife – Edited by Jonathan Beecher

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If you, like me, read lots about Near Death Experiences, you could easily come to the conclusion that this is a new modern phenomenon, since the publication of Raymond Moody’s book Life after Life in 1975. In this great anthology “In Times of War: Messages of Wisdom from Soldiers in the Afterlife’ we hear from a number of ordinary soldiers who have experienced or who are in the afterlife and communicate with us that after death on the battle field, they are still very much alive. Stories from one of the earliest near-death experiencers, Er written in 360 BC, through stories from WW I & II and Vietnam.

This great book shows that the evidence for the Afterlife has been available from lots of sources and from a long time, the only way we can continue to cling to the materialist view point is by closing ourselves off from all this evidence.

A someone who has been reading lots about NDE’s, Mediums, and the afterlife, I had heard some of these stories in this book before, but I was delighted to come across some stories I had never heard.

Letters from a Living Dead Man

One of the Authors mentioned was Elsa Barker, (chapter 7) she wrote 3 fascinating books. Which have been republished by White Crow Books. I would also Highly recommend these 3 Books.

Letters from a Living Dead Man

Read Nov 2017

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Read Dec 2017

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Read Jan 2018

This anthology is Volume 1 in a series titled White Crow Anthologies, I look forward to reading future titles of this series when they come out.

Visit White Crow Books for more information.

Finished reading 6 March 2019

 
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Author: AndrewNZ

I Build WordPress websites, help people with their Mac's and I blog about Soulful Books.

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