– Forth Coming: April 2020 – ISBN: 978-1-988635-07-1 – Format: Hard Cover /5.25 x 8.5/ 208 pp – Electronic Formats: eBook/ PDF/ HTML – Language: English – Retail Price USD $27.00 – Retail Price (Electronic): USD $4.95
A striking presentation of the earthlife of human beings as that of one's “life on stage”. Then rolls the final curtain: life after death for every performer whose life in every single thought, word and action while on Earth must be judged and all sanctions served without allowance for plea bargain. These transmitted teachings and gripping testimonies encompassing the perpetual "descent" and "ascent" of one’s soul – in the circle of life – are shared to help one make good, hopefully, in time to perhaps alleviate the horror of sanctions that may await in the Afterlife.
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To get a gist of what this book is about, view the process of death and beyond as you would in picture the annual Hollywood Academy Award, which honours the best in artistic and technical merits in film. Winners are awarded a copy of a golden statuette as a trophy nicknamed the "Oscar", depicting a knight holding a crusader’s sword standing on a reel of film. The evening (or a few) before this most glitzy of award events and its high-point, crème de la crème "after parties" to celebrate their fortune or commiserate their losses, however, in a comical, thrift-store like setting, “Razzies” (plastic raspberries stuck to the top of a film canister) are bestowed upon the year's worst Hollywood films. Though not regarded by critics as truly serious – in showcasing abysmal contenders but seen more as in thrall to celebrity – the Razzies have nevertheless become synonymous with America's most heinous crimes against cinema that deserve to be named and shamed. Awardees may use the occasion to laugh at themselves; still, the central idea of the award is that they are shamed because they were deemed personally responsible for choosing to act in a bad film.
Despite this analogical comparison, however, the transition from Earthlife to the Afterlife rarely reveals the high-spirited accomplishment of crusading knights, but mostly of feelings of shame – even for Called Ones, Missionaries. Testimonies tell that it is no laughing matter either, for those who have committed the most heinous crimes against the Laws of God. We all will get the death we have prepared for ourselves, whether gentle or difficult.
These teachings from Spiritual Helpers and testimonies from human beings who have passed on to the Beyond are shared with us, to draw practical applications on a path so many of us do fear to think of much less talk about. By becoming aware in time of certain wrong life choices, as well as understanding some faults and propensities, one can then start untying many a shackle, a task that becomes much harder to do in the Afterlife, as revealed.
A must read especially for any one interested in learning how one's body should be treated after death, for an easier than normal journey to the Afterlife. But even more so for palliative caregivers where sometimes a dying person struggles before the inevitable that stands at his or her door. Knowledge and testimonies shared can serve as adjunct to palliative medicine, in how to talk to dying ones in thoughts or words for them to understand that the more they refuse the obvious the more they render the transitioning painful. Which can happen otherwise – starting at the moment when one lets go and accept to leave, to die.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1. ONCE UPON A TIME
CHAPTER 2. THE JUDGES OF THE AFTERLIFE 1. The Oath of Human Beings 2. Appearance Before the Judges 3. The Sanctions 4. Difficult Departures 5. The Prisons 6. Sanctions For Not Believing In Life After Death
CHAPTER 3: THE REGISTRATION NUMBER
CHAPTER 4: THE INFIRMARY OF THE AFTERLIFE 1. The Nurses 2. The Ismains 3. Earth Bound 4. Arrivals From The Heaviest Cosmic Part 5. Violent Deaths 6. The Functioning Of The Infirmary 7. The Process Of Incarnation 8. The Return To The Beyond
CHAPTER 5: SUICIDE AND ASSISTED SUICIDE 1. The Residence Of The Suicides 2. Responsibility Of Doctors 3. Suffering In The Other World 4. Example Of Assisted Suicide 5. Example Of A Suicide 6. Respect The Laws Of Creation
CHAPTER 6: ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION
CHAPTER 7: THE SPIRITUAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE HANDLING OF ONE’S REMAINS 1. Blood Circulation At The Time Of Death 2. Mass Graves 3. Burial 4. Autopsy 5. Embalming 6. Mummification 7. Organ Donations
CHAPTER 8: THE OTHER WORLD 1. Blocked In The Other World 2. The Other World, The World Of Darkness
CHAPTER 9: The Testimony of Caroline: A Woman Who Abused the Sexual Act
CHAPTER 10: The Testimony of Baudouin: A Male Prostitute
CHAPTER 11: The Testimony of Jaques: A Serial Killer
CHAPTER 12: The Testimony of a Dictator
CHAPTER 13: The Testimony of John: A Called One who had not fulfilled his Mission
CHAPTER 14: The Testimony of Elisabeth: A Light Envoy Who did not fulfil her Mission
EPILOGUE: THE OFFICE 1. Summary 2. Preparation for a New Incarnation 3. The Office Explained 4. Summary of the Path Followed After Death 5. Waiting Before Incarnation 6. Reincarnation