There Is No Death: The Extraordinary True Experience

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Mountain Top Pub, Dec 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 119 pages
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When the paramedics pronounced me dead at the scene of my 'successful' suicide, I had sought oblivion and darkness. Because of my horrific experiences in life, I knew that there was no God and therefore, no afterlife. And so, when I suddenly found myself watching the police and the paramedics work on my body from somewhere near the ceiling, I learned that I had been quite wrong..." So begins the story of Sarah's extraordinary experience. It is without a doubt the most complete and extensive NDE ever recorded. Sarah not only visited the beautiful spirit world, describing the people living there, their dress, activities and buildings; but she visited what we call "hell" and describes the torment of those committed to that terrible place. She saw many things and received answers to many questions. Sarah was also shown many future events which would shortly happen upon the earth. One of the things she saw, which was to signal the beginning of those events, was some tall buildings in New York collapsing amidst smoke and dust and people running. She also saw a great plague suddenly strike four cities in the U.S., the start of a nuclear war, and many other things. Book jacket.

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