We Don't Die is the phenomenal true story of world-renowned psychic medium George Anderson - the groundbreaking book that first brought afterlife experience into the light.
For over 12 years, Joel Martin documented evidence of Anderson's powers - the ability to reach "the other side" - and repeatedly astonished believers and skeptics. This is the book of those universal visions, the inspiring messages of hope, truth, and peace, and a glimpse into eternity to answers to the unfathomable questions about life and death.
©1988 Joel Martin and PAR Bookworks, Ltd. (P)2016 Tantor
"A welcome addition to most library collections on survival." (Library Journal)
I had never heard of George Anderson before purchasing this book. Loved the content and the story. Very fascinating. If you love to hear about stories of communications with the other side, you'll enjoy this one..
I sit through this book in one day on Super Bowl Sunday. Book will grab you and keep you in tune of what and how George Anderson session take place. Remember we are here for a reason and as you listen to George he is a vessel between Heaven and Earth and you start understanding what your purpose is or not. Open your mind.
This book offers life changing accounts that comfort and help you to deal with the deep sorrows of losing a loved one. I also learned how to better understand life and death so that I'm much less weary about the inevitable and can help others to make peace with the terminal nature of our human existence.
I enjoyed this book very much. It tells of the confirmation activities between the author and his subject to show that George Anderson is the real thing. I never imagined all the tests that could be done. At the same time, it told of his experiences during readings, of course. And it provided a summary, of sorts, of most often asked questions.
I learned a bit and got a little bit of everything - background, proof, and insights.
I had a reading by George Anderson about 15 years ago in a group meeting with my wife at the time. Everything made sense for what he was telling us except that he said in the future we will do something with a lot of animals. It made no sense. Then 3 years ago my new wife wanted to start fostering dogs. We've fostered 32 in three years. I would call that a lot of animals. After she read this book I told her what George had said to me years ago. It gave her the chills. He is legitimate.
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