More on Betty's Heaven and Hell  Revealed


 C. S. Lewis said, "You don't have a soul. You are a soul." If you are curious about what lies beyond death, and especially what will be expected of us once we get there, Heaven and Hell Unveiled will serve you well. Written in clear language, it's a refreshing departure from the complex guess-work of theological reasoning, relying instead on what individuals - "dead" individuals - have actually experienced and reported. This book goes straight to the source for information about "heaven" and "hell" and tells us what we are likely to find when we die.
— Larry Dossey, MD Author of One Mind: How Our Individual Mind Is Part of a Greater Consciousness and Why It Matters

 Professor Stafford Betty is something of a maverick when it comes to religion and spirituality. Unlike most academics, he doesn't beat around the bush on topics that others find too risky, too unconventional, or too "unscientific" to discuss or even consider. He has done extensive research in such subjects as mediumship, past-life studies, near-death experiences, and death-bed visions, separating the wheat from the chaff in his efforts to reconcile these phenomena with religious doctrine and with accepted scientific truths. With the help of reputable spirit sources, he shows us a reality that makes far more sense than that offered to us by either orthodox religion or mainstream science.
— Michael Tymn, Editor of The Journal for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies and author of The Afterlife Explorers: Vol. 1


From the Author of this book:

When I read the most inspired of these spirit-dictated narratives, I experience a high that almost takes me to the world they speak from.  That is really saying something, for I am no mystic, medium, or saint.  I can only claim to be an aspiring seeker and experienced researcher. And I can tell you this with some assurance: We are all about to enter a fascinating world.  And the more we know about it, the less frightening death will be--at least if we are basically decent people.  So let us sit for a few hours at the feet of the dead, some of whom left earth hundreds of years ago.  We will never look at heaven and hell the old way we used to.  Our religion, if we have one, will be changed.  Everything will begin to make more sense that it ever did before.Heaven and hell--are they real places, or are they fantasies invented to inspire good behavior and overcome our fear of dying? In this book Stafford Betty, a university professor and international expert on afterlife research, attempts to answer these questions. He allows deceased human beings speaking through authentic mediums to describe their actual worlds. They begin by telling us they are not "resting," as Christian theology often asserts. Rather, they live in a world of infinite possibility, and their wills are as free over there as they are here. They are busy beings living in a beautiful but challenging environment, and some are climbing toward higher realms while others are content to stay put--at least for a while. Suffering in the afterworld, not just joy, can be intense; it exists to awaken souls to their errors so they will enter into the happiness of those higher spheres, worlds of brilliant light where corruption can't enter. Professor Betty explores those heavens, those places where love reigns unchecked--as well as those unhappy places where it doesn't. He suggests that the religions we've fashioned here on earth could use an upgrade. They are moons that derive their light from the central sun. This book is about that sun     Amazon