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- Publisher: Building Bridges Press; 1 edition (April 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 21, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00JV5GLVM
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Answers about the Afterlife: A Private Investigator's 15-Year Research Unlocks the Mysteries of Life after Death Kindle Edition
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Brian L. Weiss, MD, author of Many Lives, Many Masters
What happens when we die? This is one of humankind's most important and enduring questions. Answers about the Afterlife brings a fresh and exciting perspective to this ancient question. Bob Olson presents an impressive compilation of many lines of evidence that converge on the conclusion that the afterlife is, in a word, real. Innumerable common questions about the afterlife are addressed. This book is well written and enthusiastically recommended.
Jeffrey Long, MD, author of the New York Times bestselling Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences.
There is a universal question every human being longs to answer: What happens when we die? With the keen and thorough eye of an investigative reporter, Bob Olson takes on this question with a loving heart and full-on determination. Sifting through more than fifteen years of intense and exhaustive research, he's created a spiritual encyclopedia of sorts that provides the reader with answers. This is a brave and compassionate book that will bring comfort and insight to many during the most important times of our lives.
Cheryl Richardson, author of The Art of Extreme Self Care
Congratulations Bob Olson. Your book: ANSWERS ABOUT THE AFTERLIFE is perhaps one of the most in-depth and comprehensive guides I have ever read on the subject of life after death. I would call it the encyclopedia of the afterlife. This should be required reading for every soul who has ever pondered their heavenly heritage.
James Van Praagh, Spiritual Medium & author of Growing Up In Heaven
Bob Olson has taken his education, experience and passion for being an investigator and applied them to the study of the afterlife, death and dying, and the world of spirit, sharing what these topics can teach us about life. This book is a wonderful map for those seeking their own discoveries as they explore the infinite possibilities.
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1. Why would a soul (the first shooter to ever exist) choose to murder people in his next life, to begin with?
2. Are you telling me the school children of Sandy Hook Elementary were all murdering shooters in their past lives, and were sent here for the sole purpose of finding out what it would be like to be shot to death?? Or all those people on Vegas? This one guy was compelled to shoot all of them, because THEY all shot people in their past lives? (So, wouldn't that actually make the shooter the "victim", then, if these were all "pre-birth" choices made by the victims to die this way?)
I'm sorry, but I don't get what he's saying here. Which came first? The shooter or the egg?
I recently lost my brother & dad within 18 days of each other and my mom is losing her battle with cancer, between my therapist and this book, I'm beginning to make some sense of it all.
Up until now, when it came to the Afterlife, we only had books that contain a person’s opinion, an organization’s philosophy or a particular religion’s belief system. Bob takes a different approach. The answers in his book are based on his personal experiences in thousands of readings and the personal experiences of the mediums he’s interviewed. It’s crazy how good this book is. I frequently found myself saying, “I always wondered about that” or “I never even considered that”.
Bob’s new book will be at the top of the bibliography I hand out to clients who want more information on metaphysics. I definitely feel this book is a MUST READ.
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A very good book, well written, and I recommend 'Answers About the Afterlife' to anyone searching for knowledge about some of the biggest mysteries in the universe. A page turner, I read it within a week and kept picking it up to find out more. Very few books have that effect on me, so this is one very interesting treasure indeed.
To use a comparison, J. Warner Wallace's 'Cold-Case Christianity' approaches its equally esoteric subject from the same perspective, this time that of a former homicide detective. The difference here is that whatever conclusions you draw from the text:-
a) You are first presented with a very intelligently balanced view of the evidence and
b) You are free to infer what you will and to conclude what you wish.
If it's comfort you seek, this book may provide it for some. If on the other hand you seek knowledge and truth or perhaps even the means to acquire those things, then I doubt very much that the cover price will reward you.
It was actually the first book on this subject I bought following my mother's passing so it must have ignited further curiosity at the very least, it certainly offered me comfort at least and pointed me in the direction of the more 'evidential' books that I have been reviewing of late if you wish to have a look at.
Bob's book is clearly written and answers loads of questions people may have after losing a loved one. To my mind he is totally sincere and has a talent for articulation of complex conceptions in an easy to understand way.
I thank you.
Anne C. Burke