We all wonder what awaits us beyond death. Is there an afterlife? If so, what is it like? What will we experience, and what will we do? What is its connection to this 3D life we lead?
Until recently, these questions have been considered to be exclusively the concern of religion, answered conclusively by the world’s scriptures. Those with faith still accept those answers. But in our day, many people are unable to relate to the picture of the afterlife that religion provides. Do you have a clear picture of what happens when you die? This book provides one.
In the years 2001-2002, Rita Warren and the author spent months questioning non-physical beings about the hidden side of life. She posed the questions; he, in an altered state, relayed the answers, then she critiqued the answers and posed further questions. Working together in this way, they received a new way of looking at life and the world. Transcripts of those sessions were published as The Sphere and the Hologram.
Several years after she herself died, Rita set out to answer the same questions using the same process, but with her in her new vantage point beyond the restrictions of the 3D world. Transcripts of those sessions were published in two volumes as Rita’s World, Books 1 and 2.
And now she sets out the process of death, which might be described as the process of reawakening, because the moment of death is not the end of the story, only the end of a chapter, with much more to come. Direct communication with someone in the non-physical is about as close to first-hand information as we can get. This material can change your life, if you let it.
Frank DeMarco is the author of nine books rooted in 25 years of psychic exploration, including The Cosmic Internet, Afterlife Conversations with Hemingway, and The Sphere and the Hologram. Since 2005, he has been actively engaged in an on-going series of conversations with various non-physical beings, including historical individuals, "past lives," aspects of personal guidance, and a generalized group he calls "the guys upstairs."