- Stafford Betty, Ph.D.
author of The Afterlife Unveiled --Direct from Reviewer for the cover of the book
Scientific evidence for the survival of consciousness is steadily mounting. But what awaits us in a post-mortem world? Afterlife researcher and mediumship expert Michael Tymn describes what we may - and may not - find in the next existence. If he's right, both materialists and religious fundamentalists are in for a surprise. His conclusions are provocative, exciting and well-researched, and a welcome addition to the growing conversation among scientists and spiritual leaders about the true nature of human consciousness. Highly recommended. - Michael Schmicker
author of Best Evidence --Direct from Reviewer for the cover of the book
This book reads like a series of independent but closely inter-related essays that take one through the final stages of earthly life into the afterlife. The author counters the religious views of `heaven' and `hell' with more credible and rationally acceptable descriptions of an afterlife comprising levels of spiritual development in which there is self-examination of the life just lived, rather than having judgment passed by some authoritarian deity. Mediums and their spirit guides are portrayed as messengers from a state of existence about which, without their input, we would know nothing. The author displays a detailed knowledge of the Bible, quotations from which are used critically in relevant chapters. One of the most engrossing accounts of the afterlife I have read.
- Howard A. Jones, Ph.D.
author of The Thoughtful Guide to God & The World as Spirit --Direct from Reviewer for the cover of the book
In The Afterlife Revealed, Michael Tymn presents credible evidence obtained from mediumship and the near-death experience, which allows us to understand from whence we came, the purpose for being on Earth, and what awaits us after death of the physical body. Michael contrasts the viewpoint of organized religions with what we have learned through mediumship and the NDE. It is about the certainty of a future life, based upon transmitted fact and not on belief. I highly recommend this book to those who ponder the mystery of life. - John L. Turner, M.D.
author of Medicine, Miracles and Manifestations --Direct from Reviewer for the cover of the book