The author spends a weekend with a wise old man discussing the reliability, meaning, and implications of the best evidence for life after death. Those who doubt that our souls live on after our bodies die often contend that such an extraordinary ...
ary claim demands extraordinary - and non-existent - evidence. Reading Heaven Confirmed, should demolish their doubts. Herein is a carefully researched compilation of 23 cases, both historic and contemporary, that add up to solid proof of life after death. This astonishing compendium is followed by a fascinating exploration of the heavenly realms, as described by those who have been there. Allen's approach is insightful, inventive, and carefully reasoned. The information is presented in a flowing dialogue style that is easy to both swallow and digest. Altogether, an enjoyable and memorable read.
"I enjoyed Heaven Confirmed very much and must admit it introduced me to areas of thought I never before considered.... A MUST READ for anyone facing a terminal illness, or for any relative or spouse of a person in that condition. ... If there was ever a book written to allay the fear and dread of dying, this is it!" -- Marge Rieder, Ph.D., author of "Mission to Millboro"
"I found Heaven Confirmed to be a well-written, deeply researched, and thought-provoking book. The writing style makes it a HARD-TO-PUT-DOWN book." -- Captain Robert L. Snow, author of "Looking for Carroll Beckwith"
"Miles Edward Allen has written spiritual material that is both profound and easily understood. For the newcomer to these subjects, it speaks clearly with logic and common sense; for those who have studied over years, it re-confirms and clarifies that which we have long known. A must read." -- Dr. Morris Netherton, Author of "Past Lives Therapy" and Director of the Netherton Center for Hypno-Therapy
"This unusual and stimulating book delivers more than its title might suggest the twenty-three cases summarised and discussed here are indeed among the best of their kind The book is written in the form of a weekend-long dialogue, in the best Platonic tradition, with an anonymous and possibly imaginary 'Old Man' who imparts his considerable knowledge of psychical research past and present to his eager but critical acolyte. This is an ideal book for absolute beginners, but even advanced students should find something new in it." -- Guy Lyon Playfair, review in the Journal of the Society for Psychical Research, Vol. 70.2, Number 883, April, 2006.