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Everyone in Heaven will know who you are, and you will know every other person – if not from life on earth, in the instant recognition of heavenly knowledge. This is why it will feel like home.


“It is false to teach people that you are reborn many times and that you pass through different bodies,” the Blessed Mother has said. “One is born only once. The body, drawn from the earth, decomposes after death. It never comes back to life again.”


New realities will constantly open for you.  There is this realization:


I am home. I am really home.”


Incredibly, when you die you will now look upon your earthly bode as a place of exile – just as the Church has taught, and just as it says in devotions.



“Suddenly I saw another path where all the dead members of my family appeared,” said an experiencer named Diego Valencia. “It is the most wonderful, most peaceful place, there’s no way to describe it,” said a woman who returned. “You don’t talk with your lips. Whatever you think, God communicates with you. You know you’re talking to God. The Lord said ‘I want you to go back. I have something for you to do.’ I said, ‘Oh no, I don’t want to leave this place!”


In case after case, whether Catholic or Protestant (and often whether Christian or not), the Person of Jesus is seen as the very most impressive aspect of the experience.


It is precisely as the Bible has taught: that He is the intermediary between Heaven and earth, between God and humans.


It is His domain.


There are many complexities in Heaven but it is steadfast that a great Personage of Love greets the deceased and often is the One to give them a tour or answer their questions or place them in the company of angels.


The most striking feature is virtually always that He is surrounded or consists of or exudes the most incredible light. (Of course, one must also discern between real and false "light"; the real light professes Jesus as Son of God.)


Dr. George Ritchie, a psychiatrist who had such an experience, described it as like thousands of “welder’s torches” and others strain to reach a similar comparison.


There is no comparison. The Lord – as we will see Him – is the essence of light itself.


“It was brighter than a million billion carbon arcs,” said yet another experiencer. “It was paradoxically absolutely everything. It included the entire universe that I was ever aware of. It was absolutely, positively everything. It was also absolutely the most beautiful thing that I’ve ever seen, that I’ve ever been near or experienced.”


And so we call to Jesus.


Any other such light is a deception. All force comes from the Throne, where He is stationed to the Right Hand. There is no force in science that is beyond the Holy Spirit – which is the “umbrella” power behind not only those forces we know on this earth – fire, electromagnetism, gravity – but ones we have not yet discovered (or that exist only in higher dimensions).

It is into those dimensions that we go as they unfold one into another.

[resources: adapted from The Other Side: see also Return from Tomorrow]

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