I have read a number of books about Near Death Experiences, most talk about a glorious after life, but very few of them talk about Hell. So it was very insightful to read this account of Hell from “Antonio” via after death communications direct from the spirit world.
I have come across the concept that our afterlife is what we create it as. It is a reflection of how we live our lives. In this book you will read about some of the depths of Hell, but also about how to leave those depths if you should find yourself there.
One of the main ways to advance yourself in the spirit world, and in the physical world, is to help others. Antonio takes the reader on a number of his journeys where he went into the dark places of Hell, and assisted lost souls to leave the level of Hell they were on and to start the journey back to the light.
This was a fascinating book to read, and it is going on my “to read again” shelf.
White Crow Books have done it again*. White Crow have taken a fantastic book, and re-published it making it available at an affordable price. If you visit Amazon and search for this book you will find the 2001 Edition at around NZ$450 New and NZ$80 Used.
This book is a Great Book to follow Robert Monroe’s 3 books, and Otherwhere is also a great book on it’s own merits, you could read it 1st and if inspired and want to know more read Robert Monroe’s books.
* My first experience of White Crow re-publishing a important book is Randi’s Prize.
In Robert Monroe’s final book, as the title suggests he takes us on a “Ultimate Journey” As I wrote in my post about Robert’s 2nd book “Far Journeys” “…the more extensive my life experience, the more my After-life will be expanded” In this book, Robert is certainly giving you much to expand your mind.
The Title of this book is a bit of attention-grabbing. On reading about this book it seemed to have a lot of promise, but I found that it was more about the writer Ptolemy Tompkins and less about the conviction that the Physicist Bernard Haisch had come to through his work and study in physics. There have been a number of physicists who have been convinced of the existence of something more beyond what we experience in the material world. Having Bernard Haisch join their numbers is great, but the book title implied that more than this was discovered, and in this, the book was a disappointment. Thou this book has encouraged me to look up the books by Bernard Haisch, which are now on my “To Read” list.
This Great Book has just been republished and so you can now get it at a much more reasonable price, than at $100’s of dollars.
In this incredibly important book, you get the opportunity to follow along with the author, Robert McLuhan, as he examines much of the evidence in a number of areas of the paranormal.
Some the paranormal events he looks are Ghosts/hauntings, visits from apparitions, Mediums, seances, OBEs, NDEs, reincarnation, children remembering past lives, remote viewing, Card guessing experiments, the sense of being stared at, Psychic animals and more.
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.
Jeff O’Driscoll was in the ER when Jeff Olsen was brought in after his car accident. Jeff O’Driscoll had a Near-Life Experience and saw Jeff Olsen’s, recently deceased wife, Tamara’s spirit, following her husband. In this remarkable book Jeff O’Driscoll may have coined the term Near-Life Experience, as he shares with us a number of such events from over his 25 years in the emergency department.
I discovered the eighteenth-century spiritual world explorer Emanuel Swedenborg from reading a booklet Insights into the Afterlife by Nora Spurgin. Online, I found the Swedenborg Foundation, who are a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to help people learn about Emanuel Swedenborg.
From the Swedenborg Foundation websites Where to Start page I decided to read the book A Swedenborg Sampler. (You can download a free PDF or EPUB of the book or purchase a paperback copy from the website).
Insights into the afterlife is a small booklet, but still a great read. Nora had a friend who was dying of cancer, and so spent some time researching information to give to her dying friend to reassure in her few months on earth. Afterwards she then gather this information into 30 Questions on what to expect. In the booklet she referenced Emanuel Swedenborg and Anthony Borgia whom I had not heard of but sound very interesting and I have done a search and found my next avenue of exploration.