New Book ~ An Atheist In Heaven – The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death? Paul Davids and Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D.

An Athiest in Heaven Paul Davids Gary E SchwartzGreetings to My Friends and Associates,

I wish I could tell you each about this individually, but since that’s not possible right now, please forgive this mailing to let you know:
Here’s the link for ordering my new 514 page hardback non-fiction book (co-authored by Gary E. Schwartz Ph.D.) at Amazon.com.  It is called AN ATHEIST IN HEAVEN – THE ULTIMATE EVIDENCE FOR LIFE AFTER DEATH?  An image of the cover is attached.
Please spread the word on social media – there is a special pre-publication price now (25% off) and publication date is soon – Amazon will ship books on April 4th.  It is also available in Kindle (also to be released April 4th) via Amazon, but I very much recommend the hardcover book with its beautiful dust jacket, etc. There are over 100 anomalies / bizarre unexplained incidents involving Forrest J Ackerman that occurred since the Egyptian Theater tribute to him in March 2009 following his death at age 92.  Most of these incidents happened to me (I knew Forry since I was a kid – friendship for over 50 years) and some events happened to Hollace and some to the scientists who began studying the physical evidence of these uncanny and sometimes “impossible” events.
SUMMARY AT AMAZON.COM:
Copy of Paul DavidsThis 514-page hardback book, supported both by an affidavit of truth from co-author Paul Davids and a trove of scientific findings, is a decisive monument to afterlife evidence that is sure to challenge skeptics, followers of afterlife research, and scientists who are experts in many fields, from psychology to chemistry.

What happens when a steadfast atheist dies and discovers he was wrong about life after death?

Although he was a world famous futurist and a pioneering promoter of science fiction books and films, Forrest J. Ackerman never believed in an afterlife of the soul, the spirit or the mind; nonetheless, he promised a few respected colleagues that if it were to turn out that he was mistaken (which he sincerely doubted), then if it were possible he would try to send messages from the beyond.

In An Atheist in Heaven, Paul Davids and Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., describe in hair-raising detail more than 100 incidents of Ackerman s unusual and uncanny messages and phenomena.

Readers will find impressive scientific support from contributing writers and investigators, and a unique human story of a 45 year friendship that did not end with death.

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