“What happens after death is so unspeakably glorious that our imagination and our feelings do not suffice to form even an approximate conception of it.” ~ Carl Jung
The Far Horizon: Perspectives on Life Beyond Death by Michael Prescott
Over the past century and a half, a wealth of evidence has emerged that is consistent, at least, with the hypothesis of life after death.
In his first nonfiction work, New York Times best selling fiction author Michael Prescott delivers a page-turning perspective on life beyond death.
THE PERSISTENCE OF SPIRITS by Jack Hunter Belief in the existence of spiritual entities is arguably one of the earliest manifestations of modern human thought. In seeking the origins of religious ideas, anthropologists in the Nineteenth century looked to indigenous peoples around the world for examples of bygone primitive beliefs.
Poverty in the Afterlife by Edward C. Randall One who has given all or nearly all of his time and thought to material things has so much to learn on arriving here, that it is a comparatively long time before he begins to ‘find’ himself sufficiently to understand and enjoy the spiritual life.
“Daemon” by Brian Inglis SOCRATES
After his judges had found him guilty of corrupting the youth of Athens, Socrates explained why he did not intend to dispute their verdict: