image
image
image
Suicide  Book Reviews
 

Here's some of what people are saying about my latest book, co-written with Pamela Heath, called Suicide: What Really Happens in the Afterlife?: image


"Suicide critically explores the evidence for an afterlife to pose a new set of questions: What happens after suicide? What advice do the departed offer to the living who are suicidal? Do suicide bombers enjoy their promised paradise with 72 virgins? In this meticulously documented, fascinating book, Heath and Klimo investigate the tragic nature of suicide and break new ground in exploring one of the most emotional and meaningful issues of our time. "  

—Dean Radin, PhD, Senior Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences and author of The Conscious Universe and Entangled Minds.

image


"Klimo and Heath have written one of the most provocative and challenging books on suicide to appear in recent years. Anyone who has been touched by suicide, or anyone who has contemplated survival of bodily death -- and who hasn't? -- will benefit from this highly original book."

—Larry Dossey, MD, author of The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things.

image


"Exceptional! There is no other book anywhere that approaches the subject of suicide from 360 degrees as does this book, nor as thoroughly, nor with such a high standard of integrity and in readable, easy-to-understand fashion. Heath, an M.D., and Klimo, a Ph.D., are both well-experienced and well-able to combine research from medical and psychological corners with deathbed encounters, near-death reports, and a broad spectrum of psychic readings (whether from channelers or mediums) where the dead could speak for themselves. Their range includes young boys who die 'accidently' while trying to achieve exotic orgasms, to those in a pact who opt out on a lark, to the depressed, the angry, those who are ill or in great pain, avengers, assisted suicides, different views from history and in other countries; with a large section devoted to murder suicides, suicide bombers, and the cultural mentality which supports this. How they were able to weave into the material voices from those who survived a suicide along with 'voices' of those who didn't, is nothing short of phenomenal. Considering the new rage of pre-teen and teenage suicides, the young egged on by Internet sites that glorify death, this book is a must read. Heath and Klimo are to be congratulated for the dedication it took to produce Suicide: What Really Happens in the Afterlife? I cannot begin to emphasize how important this book is -- for everyone!"

—P. M. H. Atwater, L.H.D., author of seven books on near-death studies, as well as Beyond the Indigo Children: The New Children and the Coming of the Fifth World.

image


"Heath and Klimo have put together a masterful tome that addresses a very complex and difficult subject. They shy away from neither the scientific nor the moral complexity of after-death research and its implications for our understanding of suicide. And, in spite of the many ambiguities in interpreting mediumistic data, they provide us with the best guide book to this material now available."

—Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D., Dean of Consciousness Studies, University of Philosophical Research, author of The PK Man, and President of the Intuition Network

image


"Get ready for an extensive, utterly fascinating, in-depth look at suicide, the first book ever to consider the topic from all possible and previously impossible angles -- ethical, physical, mental, and spiritual. Upon opening this book you will read what rings true, ranging from what we already know to that which we need to know. I found myself wanting to go back and read more. Imagine what it would be like if you could have a collective consciousness of what suicide means to science and to the afterlife. This book is as close as you are going to get and trust me, being a [psychic] Sensitive, I know you wouldn't want to get any closer! We need to understand that we are here for a reason, and the easiest way for us to learn is from the mistakes of others. This book allows us to listen to what those who have taken their lives have to say -- and it's not what you think!"

—Chris Fleming, sensitive, paranormal investigator and co-host on the syndicated TV show Dead Famous.

image

"Klimo and Heath’s book brings together two very controversial topics: channeling/mediumship and suicide. This is the first book to bring together so many disparate sources from over a century of apparent spirit communication – source material one would have to truly dig for otherwise. I applaud the authors for having done such an amazing job with this difficult research proposition. But more than laud the authors for the work done, it is the context and setting of the research material and commentary they provide that gives us much to think about. This is especially true of the section on murder-suicide/suicide bombers, a subject that holds much relevance for the targets of terrorism. All in all, this is a thought-provoking and well-researched book, and an amazingly interesting read."

—Loyd Auerbach, Director of The Office of Paranormal Investigations, and author of A Paranormal Casebook.

image

"Pamela Heath and Jon Klimo have written a timely book that may save thousands of lives. It should be read by anyone who has contemplated suicide, or knows someone who has committed suicide. The section on murder-suicide contains groundbreaking information which sheds new light on what is happening in the world today. This book is compelling reading that clearly shows that death is not the end. "

—Richard Webster, author of over 80 books, including Soul Mates and Practical Guide to Past Life Memories.

image

 

Home | About Me | Services | News & Events | Audio Files | Publications | Drafts | Links | Contact Me | Site Map

Suicide | Channeling



image