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The Magnificent World of Spirits: Eyewitness Accounts of Where We Go When We Die - Paperback

The Magnificent World of Spirits: Eyewitness Accounts of Where We Go When We Die - Paperback (17789-CDFT-2M31D)

5.00 stars, based on 7 reviews
This detailed guide to the spirit world gives fascinating glimpses of life beyond the veil by people who visited the spirit world during the early years of the Church. Filled with stories of insight and inspiration, this stirring book combines...
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Calm, Order, and Peace

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I absolutely loved this book. It gave me great insights into life after death. Such a feeling of calm, order, and peace . . .

SLC, UT

Comforting and Uplifting Book

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Although The Magnificent World of Spirits focuses mainly on Mormons who visited the spirit world, it offers comfort to people of any religion who have lost a loved one. This book is a continuation of Marlene’s first book, Gaze Into Heaven; Near-death Experiences in LDS Church History, which had over 50 accounts of near-death experiences. Both books have a lot of fascinating information about the spirit world. The Magnificent World of Spirits shows that there is no need to fear death, since life continues on in a place of tremendous beauty—a place where there is love, peace and joy, and where we will be free from all the pains and handicaps that torment us here on earth. I loved the book and have to confess that even if I wasn’t married to the author, I would recommend it highly!

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Fascinating.

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One of the things I love about reading about the spirit world is the possibilities of eternity. Each individual story gives a glimpse at a world different from and yet similar too our own. I find it comforting to read about death not being the end, of seeing loved ones again, of seeing the prophets and the Savior Himself. Each story is fascinating, the leaving the body, what each person sees and experiences. I appreciate the way Sullivan has combined these stories into an organized framework looking at what we know and have learned about the spirit world. I find it restful to consider the beautiful nature of spirit paradise and the thought of leaving pain and suffering behind. I recommend this book to those who like me, wonder about life after death.

Utah

This is a really well-written, interesting book that I didn't want to put down!

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I really enjoyed reading this book! I always think that it's fun to be able to read about things that have actually happened to people and reading about people's trips into the Spirit World was really a fun way to spend some time. I really liked that most of the examples were from a really long time ago, I'm sure people still have visits to the Spirit World, but with the way the world is getting, people probably don't talk about it as much as they would have in say pioneer times.



I like the way this book is set up, in each chapter there is kind of a statement about what happens to people when they die or have trips to the Spirit World, one example was that all the people talk about being met by a guide, a person that stays with them, and then there are true life stories to illustrate the statement.



This is a really well-written, interesting book that I didn't want to put down!



I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


Well-Written Book

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This story would be enjoyable to anyone who is curious about inspiring near-death experiences. But I think it may be particularly comforting for someone who has recently lost someone close, and needs to be reminded that the essence of who a person is does not cease to exist at the end of the life of the body, but continues on another plane of existence; not only that, but that the person retains the same consciousness and personality that he or she had before. The book was well-researched, and skillfully put together. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading inspiring, faith-affirming stories.

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