Beyond Death: Life in the Hereafter
The question of whether or not there is a life after death, and what form it takes, has occupied people for centuries. This book examines in depth how various peoples of the world have understood the hereafter, from antiquity to the present. The beliefs of a wide range of cultures are presented, including the ancient Egyptians, the Celts and the Germanic peoples, as well as those of the major world religions and the views of visionaries, spiritual mediums, and reports of people who have had near-death experiences. All these perspectives convey rich images of the possibility of life in the hereafter.
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