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The place we call home : exploring the soul's existence after death

Author: Robert J Grant
Publisher: Virginia Beach : A.R.E. Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This compelling and contemporary book takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the realm that awaits us after physical death, a place which those who have glimpsed it call our true home. The author delves into the questions that everyone asks: Where does the soul go at death? Do our loved ones who have died still see and hear us? Will we be reunited with our loved ones when we die? Is there a heaven? A hell?  Read more...
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Named Person: Edgar Cayce
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert J Grant
ISBN: 0876044577 9780876044575
OCLC Number: 41143039
Description: xix, 208 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Edgar Cayce: discovering the unseen worlds --
Images of life after dying: near-death experiences --
When death comes early or unexpectedly --
An account of the soul's journey after death --
Reassurances from beyond --
Case studies of after-death communication --
Spirit communication: a bridge between here and hereafter --
The shadowlands: earthbound souls and hell --
Preparing for life in the next world.
Responsibility: by Robert J. Grant ; with a foreword by George Ritchie.

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"This compelling and contemporary book takes the reader on a fascinating journey into the realm that awaits us after physical death, a place which those who have glimpsed it call our true home. The author delves into the questions that everyone asks: Where does the soul go at death? Do our loved ones who have died still see and hear us? Will we be reunited with our loved ones when we die? Is there a heaven? A hell? The Place We Call Home is a hopeful and inspiring look at the dimensions of life beyond the illusion we call death and a celebration of the eternal nature of the human soul"--Publisher's description.

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