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by Stafford Betty

Author: Stafford Betty
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: White Crow Books (October 11, 2011)
Pages: 158 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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The Imprisoned Splendor brings the solution to life. Stafford Betty does it excellent once again!Although I myself am not big fan of fiction,this book I enjoyed just every page!Based on mediumist reports,Stafford describes what happens to the person after he dies in the plane crash.

The Imprisoned Splendor brings the solution to life. This book is eas excellent as his previous "Afterlife Unveiled".

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). As mentioned by others, Dr. Betty's June, 2011 book, "The Afterlife Unveiled: what the dead are telling us about their world", describes the "Reality" for the "Fantasy" found in "The Imprisoned Splendor".

Descriptions of the afterworld based on spirit communications provide a consistently arresting setting. The Imprisoned Splendor is much more than a paranormal romance. Many readers will be captivated by the spirit-charged world they find here-with its unfamiliar laws and culture, its vivid landscapes and astral cities, and its lessons for common earth dwellers like us as we look toward our own future beyond death.

The Imprisoned Splendor book. Kiran is a self-absorbed college professor from Mumbai.

The Imprisoned Splendor is the first book I have read taking on the view of a man Kiran who had died and found himself on the other side of. .

The Imprisoned Splendor is the first book I have read taking on the view of a man Kiran who had died and found himself on the other side of the curtain of life. By keeping an open mind anyone can enjoy the characters developed in this well-written novel. It leaves all with a lot to ponder about what may happen after our deaths.

The Imprisoned Splendor, Stafford Betty, White Crow Books. The Imprisoned Splendor. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de réduction The Imprisoned Splendor. A nationally celebrated but self-absorbed philosophy professor finds himself very much alive following a fatal plane crash in an afterlife world he was absolutely certain could not exist.

wydawnictwo: White Crow Books. Stafford Betty po angielsku, inne książki tego autora. ISBN, EAN: 9781907661983. Stafford Betty po angielsku, inne książki tego autor. ing Like the Whippoorwill. Heaven and Hell Unveiled: Updates from the World of Spirit. When Did You Ever Become Less By Dying? AFTERLIFE. What Does It Mean to Be a Christian?

Stafford Betty Books. The concepts formulated in this book and other books on the same subject make so much sense and feel so real to me that I believe that the knowledge was laying dormant until it was rekindled

Stafford Betty Books. The Afterlife Unveiled, by Stafford Betty, P. 12 September 2014 ·. It's almost two years since my last message. Sales have more than doubled since then, so the book has staying power. The concepts formulated in this book and other books on the same subject make so much sense and feel so real to me that I believe that the knowledge was laying dormant until it was rekindled. It's interesting that the book is far more popular in the UK than the US. By the way, my new book, Heaven and Hell Unveiled: Updates from the World of Spirit, is out.

Kiran is a gifted but self-absorbed college professor who grew up in Mumbai. Now working at a leading California university as a professional philosopher, he lives in a marriage of convenience to Lisa, an American, but this comes to an abrupt end on a visit home to India when he dies in a plane crash.Kiran watches annihilationadvance toward him,then the moment of death. To his amazement he finds he's still alive--more alive than ever. Under the guidance of his grandparents, he gradually gets used to his ethereal body and the strange laws, landscapes,cities, and fellow inhabitantsof Eidos, a spirit world. But he's not at home there; he's not ready to enjoy it. He undergoes Judgment(but not by a deity) by reliving theevents of his selfish life from the point of view of his victims--his students, his fellow workers, above all the women who loved him. Eventually he seeks out Shalini, who committed suicide after he rejected her in favor of her rival, Lisa. Kiran, facing heavy odds, is assigned the task of rescuing Shalini from her self-made hell in the Shadowlands. Will he succeed -- and if he does, what then? He can't stay where he is. He must move ahead into diviner worlds or "repeat the grade." And what about Shalini? Where will her passion for Kiran take her next?Stafford Betty is a university professor and an afterlife researcher. He doesn'tregardthis novel as fantasy fiction. It grew out ofhis nonfiction book, "The Afterlife Unveiled," published a few months earlier. He believesthat our own experiences in the afterworld will be something like Kiran's. "The Imprisoned Splendor" will suggest whatprobably liesahead for all of us andentertain you in the process.This is his fourth novel, the previous one published by Penguin."The Imprisoned Splendor" is a corrective topessimistic novels like Camus'"The Stranger." The message here is positive and important.