"Entering The Light Fantastic" ( Discovering Life After Life Through Orbs) Paperback – Unabridged, January 1, 2016
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What appeared in the photo that night was a light that even our most skeptical kin agreed was my sister, somehow, inexplicably, represented via a digital camera and a flash across life and death itself. Joy and wonder replaced much of my grief and I began to look for others who had experienced the same thing. Now I wonder if the pictures didn't happen so that I'd find this very book...
I'm so glad I found Nancy Myers' website, theorbconnection.com, and her amazing gallery of orbs. (She's generosly posted all the photos from the book online because they are viewed more clearly onscreen vs. the page.) These are not tiny blips of light in a photo: They appear as colorful, multi-dimensional and interactive, as well, and the history of how these photos came to be is equally riveting.
Although Myers' journey began in tragedy with the sudden loss of her beloved son, her story - and photos - bear witness for the greatest kind of hope: that death isn't the end.
This is also an accessible beginner's guide for anyone interested in finding these connections on their own. Myers explains equipment, timing, varieties of orbs and even kind of an "orb protocol" - all without being the least bit pedantic.
Although orbs began to appear in my own photos spontaneously, months before my sister's passing, the light that showed up the night she died was my cue to look further. Of all that I've read about this phenomenon, this book has informed my hope the most. If you've ever wondered if there is more to life - or death - than meets the eye, "Entering the Light Fantastic" is a great place to begin.
I found her spiritual journey so interesting, and the discovery of her gift of seeing orbs fascinating.
It helps us realize that there is much more than this earthly realm. I highly recommend this book to
everyone, particularly to anyone coping with a loss.