Reviewer David W. Menefee: David is a Pulitzer nominated American author, ghost writer, screenwriter, book editor, and film historian. David’s career began as a writer and marketing representative for the Dallas Times Herald and the Dallas Morning News. His books have appeared under various imprints and in a variety of categories, such as biography, travel, historical fiction, mysteries, and romance. Two books by David were named among the 2011 Top 10 Silent Film Books of the Year: Wally: The True Wallace Reid Story, and The Rise and Fall of Lou-Tellegen. His most recent releases include Sweet Memories and the 1950s romance trilogy, Can't Help Falling in Love, Come Away to Paradise, and Catch a Falling Star (with co-author Carol Dunitz). David lives in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Author: Carla Wills-Brandon
Author: Carla Wills-Brandon
Is dying the end or a new beginning?
In her most recent book, Heavenly Hugs: Comfort, Support, and Hope From the Afterlife, Carla Wills-Brandon pulls back the veil of secrecy from what are called “death bed visions.” She presents gripping proof that life after death exists.
The author’s proof
stacked up as a three-decade research into thousands of incidents in
which people either witnessed deceased relatives or angels in person
or in dreams near a dying person, or they saw a burst of a pale blue
mist leave a dying person’s body. She believes that these
undeniable testaments prove that our souls live on after our bodies
cease to function. The evidence from her documented cases will be
brushed off by some, but most people will readily agree that there is
more to life on earth that what is tangible. Either way, the book
makes for a fascinating read.
The book spreads twelve chapters written with excellent grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling over 234 pages, with back matter consisting of a detailed chapter-by-chapter Notes section and an Index. This richly researched work explains the author’s belief that “no matter what your religion, spiritual traditions, or philosophy, know that physical death is not the end. As we cross the threshold separating this life from the next, we will not be alone. Reunited with dear ones who have already bridged the gap between this life and the next, fear quickly fades, and joy fills our hearts.”
are the hundreds of first-hand accounts that she reveals in explicit
detail. Those who are about to physically die often talk about seeing
a beautiful landscape on the other side, and they tell those near
them that they are going there. They seem to have no fear of passing
from the mortal world. Peace and fascination overfill their
expressions, although those witnessing their revelations are often
dumbstruck. At other times, doctors, nurses, friends, and relatives
report seeing a wisp of something leave a body at the moment of
passing. The author recounts these startling moments with astounding
The author retells many such experiences that have been matters of recorded history, including those involving Andrew Lang, Johann Sebastian Bach, John Adams, Frederic François Chopin, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, and Indira Gandhi.
She also writes about the
history of her research and her personal encounters with death and
the dying. Her efforts to understand, chronicle, and explain the
phenomena have often been helped by men and women in the military. “.
. . I’ve read numerous accounts of wives, children, and parents
receiving visitations from the spirit of their departing husband,
father, son, brother, or friend in the military away at war. As with
most visitations, these departing souls come to announce their
passing and say goodbye or let dear ones know they are loved. Men
overseas serving in the military have also encountered departing
visions. These spiritual announcements were almost always related to
a passing occurring at home . . . .” The author gives readers many
thrillingly recounted examples.
After reading Heavenly Hugs: Comfort, Support, and Hope From the Afterlife, you will feel certain that the collected accounts from thousands of years of various departing visions confirm that our inner lights will never be extinguished. The Bible weighs in on this idea in 1 Corinthians 13:12: “For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.” Perhaps the main purpose of life on Earth is merely to prepare for the main event, which is the shining saga that spans immeasurable eons in a land where love is never-ending. Carla Wills-Brandon has compiled ample evidence to provide anyone with comfort, support, and hope from the afterlife that deathbed visitations and other dimensions of existence are as real as the hand in front of our faces.
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