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The Afterlife Unveiled

What the Dead Are Telling Us About Their World
Narrated by: George Kao
Length: 4 hrs and 34 mins
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Summary

What happens to us when we die? Many think of heaven as an unimaginable state of bliss. As for hell, it's far out of proportion to any sin we might have committed and makes a travesty of God. But what if the afterlife was something very different? 

Three decades of research have taught the author, a world expert in the field of death and afterlife studies, where the most reliable sources are to be found. These accounts are far better developed and more plausible than anything found in the world's scriptures or theologies. We hunger for a reliable revelation telling us that life here and now is meaningful and good, that each of us has an important part to play in its proper unfolding, that we are accountable for all we do, and that the spirit-denying materialism all around us is a mistake. The world ahead, unlike ours, is fascinating and fair. Authentic channels through which the "dead" speak are the closest thing to the voice of God that our planet has.

©2011 John Hunt Publishing (P)2018 Lewis S. Betty

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Brilliant

Loved it throughout. A critical and fascinating investigation into the afterlife. So intriguing, I am going to listen to it again asap.👍👍👍

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  • Barbara C.
  • 22-10-20

great information!

I listened to it several times. Assassinated five what I'm learning that mediums claim the spirits have told them about the afterlife. My only complaint is that the narrator, who speaks with very good expression, mispronounced a number of words, such as satiety, depths, and monsignor.

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  • A. I. Janssen
  • 03-09-20

As one who has experienced an NDE...

Anyone who has studied in the realm of Christianity will recognize an eastern mystic form called Gnosticism. It has levels and emanations and gradients of spirits. Speaking as one who had a profound and memorable NDE, I find much of this book to be pure horse (product). It seems that those who contributed, or whose materials were accessed, intertwined whatever experience they had with their own religious background. This is far less about the actual afterlife, and far more about what people with a religious bent wish it would be. Some parts accurately represent life after death, while others are sure, fresh, steaming, malarkey. No, thanks.

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  • Ruth Zamor
  • 27-08-20

BORING

Did not like this book at all, it is not interesting is just plain boring.

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  • KNOELANGEL
  • 04-02-20

Great great book

Loved this book so much! Highly informative! Highly recommended! Explains the afterlife beautifully. A must read

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  • Jacqueline M
  • 09-05-19

Boring narrator

Started out okay and then lost me completely after the first Chapter. I have read much better on this subject but to each his own.

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