Suicide: What Really Happens in the Afterlife?

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North Atlantic Books, 2006 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 350 pages
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This provocative study explores what happens to those who commit suicide. Drawing on communications from the spirits of more than 100 " successful" suicides, it offers an intriguing look at what the dead themselves say about suicide, its repercussions, and their experiences in the afterlife. Bringing together the channeled messages of three types of suicide -- traditional suicide, assisted suicide, and the suicide mass murder adopted by terrorists -- the book covers a wide range of topics, including why people commit suicide, what it is like to cross over, adjustment problems, what suicides would say to those left behind, and what they would tell others thinking of taking their own lives. Additionally, the book conveys powerful messages from suicide bombers, warning potential terrorists of the serious karmic consequences that await them. For anyone contemplating suicide or euthanasia, the book offers profound, sometimes unsettling, insight into the ramifications of these acts.

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I bought this book after my son suicided. I found it comforting after all the negative messages I had heard about what happens to the souls of those who suicided. I would recommend it to anybody who wants to explore this topic and gain reassurance about their loved ones.

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No, I haven't read it. The synopsis and title are enough to warrant the rating.
How do they get away with it?

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About the author (2006)

Jon Klimo, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology at the American Schools of Professional Psychology (ASPP) at Argosy University in California. He is the author of Channeling: Investigations on Receiving Information from Paranormal Sources, first published in 1987 and expanded into a new edition published by North Atlantic Books in 1998.

Pamela Rae Heath, M.D., Psy.D., holds a doctorate in psychology with a specialization in parapsychology from Rosebridge Graduate School of Integrative Psychology (now ASPP). She is the author of The PK Zone as well as journal articles on psychokinesis (PK), place memory, and experiential research.

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