The Afterlife Is To Die For

By John S. Weiss

Paranormal, Religion & spirituality, Biography & memoir, General non-fiction, Health & well-being | Paperback, eBook


After falling asleep during deep meditation, I accidentally entered the Afterlife, and thus began a series of fascinating experiences that altered my perspective on everything. In addition to traveling back in time via collective memory, I learned about the ultimate role of quantum mechanics, a revolutionary biological science, the possible origin and fate of Jesus, powerful paranormal abilities, brain dysfunction, how savants control civilization, and so so much more.



I was born in New York City and have lived here most of my life. Since 1969, I have had a long and very successful career in advertising/marketing. I am a cancer survivor (knock on wood) and during my many tedious hours spent in chemotherapy, I perfected the art of very deep meditation. Several years after my sickness, I meditated myself to sleep and awoke in the afterlife (not kidding). Over several weeks, I visited the afterlife every night after meditation, and I learned many impossibly amazing things, including a revolutionary biological science, and how brain function limits our capabilities while we're alive. Against my family's wishes, I chronicled all of these experiences in an eBook that's available on this site.


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I was born in New York City and have lived here most of my life. Since 1969, I have had a long and very successful career in advertising/marketing. I am a cancer survivor (knock on wood) and during my many tedious hours spent in chemotherapy, I perfected the art of very deep meditation. Several years after my sickness, I meditated myself to sleep and awoke in the afterlife (not kidding). Over seve...


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