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We all know that the human condition is irreversibly mortal. Have you ever wondered why so little is known about what happens after we die? Our society is happy to spend billions exploring the furthest reaches of outer space—although chances are no one you know will ever go there. But we won’t explore the afterlife, the real Last Frontier and the destination of every human being on the planet. Just as trillions are spent fighting aging and death, ten trillion has already been spent making atomic bombs to inflict death on someone else. This seems right to us, because we view death as life’s greatest failure. And we view life, no matter how devalued, as superior to death.

The willful ignorance is all about fear. Most people feel that even thinking about death is like inviting Dracula through the window. That fear has us in a stranglehold. It makes us wide open to exploitation, especially by the industries of health, news and entertainment. Day after day they bombard us with graphic messages about fatality and they’re making fortunes doing it. The irony is that all this fear is making us sick, physically, mentally and spiritually. The documented fact is, real knowledge of what happens after we die triggers dazzling transformations in body, mind and spirit. Life is lived in better health with playful intensity. Dying is peaceful and usually pain free.

With fear out of the way, we see it for what it really is—not life’s greatest failure but a creative act brimming with wonders. This recognition alone lifts an intolerable burden on the terminally ill, freeing the sick to live more fully to the last. Death is not what separates us from the departed, fear is. The terrible finality, the deep grief and remorse we now experience would vanish once we truly realize that our departed loved ones are still alive and communication with them can continue.

One of the world’s best kept secrets is that everyone talks to the dead, inwardly, secretly, and often in prayer, no matter what a person’s beliefs are. The release of fear allows the emergence of our inborn abilities for real two-way dialogue with the dead. One-to-one contact is a startlingly common phenomenon. It sets sea changes in motion. It ends grief. It heals. Relationships with the departed grow at unprecedented speed in view of their new-found honesty and understanding. The good news is, it’s never too late to tell the departed what is in your heart. Above all, contact with the departed brings us face to face with immortality.

Once you experience the reality of immortality everything falls into place. You can throw out all those self-help books you’ve been meaning to read that promise a healthier, happier, richer and more spiritual you. If you want to get to know your eternal self, learn about the afterlife, where eternity is manifest in action, or talk with the dead who are their eternal selves, pure and simple. Real knowledge of the afterlife unleashes the authentic you, radically resets life values and deepens your sense of life purpose. Besides, it’s the adventure of a lifetime! That’s a lot!

The Last Frontier is the first critical exploration of that vast, uncharted, simply out-of-this-world terrain we enter at death. It draws from consciousness research, physics, parapsychology and quantum biology, from studies in Near Death Experiences and Nearing Death Awareness, from the records of therapists, medical personnel and bereavement counselors, and from accounts of communication with the dead. Its main aim is the release from the fear of death. The author also calls for serious further study of the true nature of the afterlife and the normalization of afterdeath communication. For more about the book, click here.

Listen to  live, Tuesday, February 10th,  at 3:00 pm EST. You can listen by phone: 347-308-877 or online at

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