What is life REALLY like on the Other Side What could possibly be waiting for us when our time on earth is over What does it mean for our lives today Spiritual medium and researcher Jeffrey Marks set out to find the answers Starting with a list of fifty two questions regarding the nature of life on the Other Side, Jeffrey went directly to the spirits for answers Using an analytical approach, Jeffrey recorded fourteen mediumship sessions with individuals from various faiths and backgrounds, and interviewed their friends and loved ones from the Other Side The result is the most direct and accessible description of the nature of the afterlife compiled in modern times In Volume I of THE AFTERLIFE INTERVIEWS series, hear directly from those on the Other Side regarding the first twenty three questions the nature of the dying process itself the Life Review the new spiritual body new knowledge acquired after passing how language is facilitated how spirits exist in the framework of Time spiritual evolution and levels reincarnation the nature of evil and much, much We will all get there someday The spirits have spoken Are we ready to listen The Afterlife Interviews Volume I was a Finalist in the 2013 USA Best Book Awards in New Age Non Fiction Look for Volume II to be released in May of 2014....
|Title||:||The Afterlife Interviews: Volume I|
|Publisher||:||Arago Press August 16, 2012|
|Number of Pages||:||230 pages|
|File Size||:||788 KB|
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The Afterlife Interviews: Volume I Reviews
Whatever your beliefs are in an afterlife, from the atheists who have no doubt that when you die, your dead and there is nothing, to the most ardent theist with their varying beliefs in an afterlife, this book is, to say the least, fascinating. The author split "The Afterlife Interviews" into two books, no doubt a capitalist ploy, so only half of the questions are in Volume 1 which is what I have read. I certainly have an unusual perspective of God and the Afterlife. I don't believe in hell or purgatory but I do believe in a merciful, loving God. Nothing in this book had me question my beliefs. I am anxious to start on Volume II where the questions get even better. The only aspect of this book I could not get my arms around is the absence of time in the afterlife. I could never do this concept the justice it deserves even if I did understand it. But I was fascinated reading about it and all the other aspects of the afterlife. This book is a great read for the truly interested. If you have no interest in what comes after you leave your body behind, then this book might not be for you!
Both volume 1 and volume 2 are needed to be read if all 53 questions the author asked his 14 spirits residing in the spirit world are to be answered. Jeffrey Marks is a medium who has been in touch with these spirits previously and has sitters(mainly relatives) with him to authenticate that the spirits are who they say they are. After reading both volumes, it appears to me that the spirits seem primarily to reside on plane 3 and 4 of the 7 sphere spirit world often referred to as the planes of Illusion and Summerland planes. The 53 questions cover a wide range of topics from heavenly homes to the existence of angels, spirit guides, prophets and characteristics of God. The 14 spirits interviewed over a period of time seem to generally agree with one another but emphasize aspects that are particular to what interests them individually. I could hardly stop reading the books once I started.
If you want to know what it REALLY feels like to live in eternity, to understand how very real the lives of spirits are, this is a must. I cannot wait for Volume II. It's not terribly warm and fuzzy, as one reviewer pointed out, but if you are looking for amazing "facts" as revealed by those on the other side, this is your book. This book has truly helped me lose the fear of death so that I can life life to its fullest.
I've ready many books about the afterlife and this one is uniquely different. While reading a relative of a loved one who has passed over, the author asks the same questions to the loved ones regarding what happens in the afterlife. The answers are very interesting and enlightening. Some of them I have read about in other books, and these loved ones concur with others who have passed over. Excellent reading and a book to hold on to.
My sister and I will find a book we like and read it outloud with one another so we can discuss it as we go through it, as she did when she participated in an Edgar Cayce study group many decades ago. Both of us have been highly intuitive all of our lives, and are used to this topic.
I've just finished reading the second volume of these two books and I have to say without doubt they contain the most profound learning I've had in my life to date. My curiosity about what happens after death piqued recently with Robin Williams' suicide, as I recalled he was actually in a movie - What Dreams May Come - which was ironically about death, heaven, purgatory and suicide. I honestly figured, passing on is for sure going to happen to me so I'd like to know what I could really expect. As I started researching books to read on the afterlife topic (like near death experiences etc.) I noticed universal common threads that indicated "there's definitely something to this". What appealed to me about these books over others are the very pointed and specific questions asked - of 14 confirmed people who have passed on. I was riveted: It did not disappoint and I could not put them down. Their answers provide significant insight into why we're here, what happens next, eternity, and what's really important both here, there and forever, including a breakdown of major religions and their relevancy. It's astonishing stuff, well written, totally credible and I would argue most certainly life changing for anyone who reads it. Required reading. Order them both together, trust me, you will not want to wait for the second one, as I ordered them separately.
I like it, some contradiction to what I read from other mediums, that are famous like James V. Praagh etc., all in all a nice read. Bit chopped up and would have preferred more a story like explanation, since it gets confusing who is who etc., great read overall, and would recommend!
Very interesting and entertaining to read. I'm not sure I buy into the whole medium-spirit-communication thing, but I'm eagerly awaiting the sequal volume that tells about the after-life of pets. I'd love to know if I can be rejoined with my many cats that have passed away over the years, as well as my two dogs, when they pass.