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 is my site of useful Spiritual books/videos I have read/watched. The star system will help you pick the Highlights. The content is ranked 1 to 6 stars. (I started with a 5 star system, but kept getting books I thought were better than the ones I had already labeled 5 stars, so I added a sixth star, and then after some time wanted a seventh, but I restrained myself.)
To the Right you can select a Category, and so get to the content that suits you.
I read this book originally in 2012. After reading Robert Monroe’s Biography Journey of Robert Monroe I was inspired to re-read Robert’s 3 books. When I first read this book I was still a doubter, I did not yet believe in the afterlife, and so I discarded a lot of the information in the book. But reading it a 2nd time now in a place of believing in the afterlife, I have found this book to be amazing. If you want to get an idea on what to expect after you die, read this book.