Very interesting book highlighting very common questions of life after death. Much of the book matches the philosophies of the author and her colleague who died, but it still teaches the same principles that are taught by all the major world religions. It sometimes comes across as a little arrogant or condescending when they talk about "narrow minded small town Christians who come to heaven expecting harps and angels sitting on clouds", but I especially like the "cases" of people who transition from different causes such as suicide, war, murder, etc. A lot of the responses match the readings of the current psychics, so it's interesting to see the similarities. Overall, a very interesting read if you are not a strict fundamentalist religious person.
This is a fascinating, can't put down book! A look at what it's like for Arthur Ford on the Other Side. He gives examples by Automatic Writing to Ruth Montgomer, of what it's like for various people who have crossed over. What it's like for some as they cross over.
This book will make you think.
Life and death and much, much more!
This book is about the otherside. What its like, how we spend time, how different types of people react to their arrival, all through automatic writing from a pastover psychic medium. Very interesting!
Just exactly what does happen after death? What is it like "over there"?