Heading for the Light

The 10 Things That Happen When You Die

Heading for the Light

Heading for the Light, by bestselling author Colm Keane, reveals the truth about what happens when we die. The ten stages we go through at death are outlined for the very first time. They establish conclusively that the journey is a warm one and is not to be feared. Based on five years of research, the author has drawn from the real-life stories of people who have temporarily died and returned to life. Among the stages are the departure of the inner essence - often referred to as the soul or spirit - from the body, following which it travels on a journey suffused with peace, through a tunnel-like space, to a border or boundary, where the former loved ones are met and a "superior being" is encountered. Those who are interviewed in the book also give their insights on what we need to do to prepare for the afterlife. They additionally speak of the profound feelings of love they return with from their extraordinary journeys. This definitive book provides all you need to know about what we face as we head for the light.

Theory and Experiment Heading for New Physics

Proceedings of the International School of Subnuclear Physics

Theory and Experiment Heading for New Physics

In August/September 2000, a group of 80 physicists from 53 laboratories in 15 countries met in Erice, Italy, to participate in the 38th Course of the International School of Subnuclear Physics. This book constitutes the proceedings of that meeting. It focuses on the theoretical investigation of several basic unity issues, including: (1) the understanding of gauge theories in both their continuum and lattice versions; (2) the possible existence and relevance of large extra dimensions together with the resultant lowering of the Planck/string scale to the TeV range; (3) the origin and structure of flavour mixing in the quark and lepton (neutrino) sectors.

Proceedings

Proceedings


I Was Killed by My Best Friend

A Story of My Death to Sin and My Life in Christ

I Was Killed by My Best Friend

Alice is a girl no different from any girl growing up today in America. She lives in Africa but has dreams and a family she loves and who loves her. Soon her life becomes nothing like what most girls here have to encounter. War becomes a looming threat and causes financial loss and periodic separation from loved ones. Gossip leads to mistrust and broken hearts. HIV and AIDS becomes a source of confusion and fear. An antiquated system of marriage leads to homelessness and total lonliness. A friendship is reconcilliated but turns into her biggest curse of all. All the while a relationship with God is all Alice can truly count on.

Ian and the Pirates

Ian and the Pirates

High on a clifftop on the coast of Colville stands a lighthouse. Leaning over and completely deserted. Ian, a seventeen-year-old runaway thinks he found in it the perfect hideaway. He could not have been more wrong! The lighthouse holds secrets that have been kept silent for a long time. Ian runs into a bunch of pirates who appear as ghosts at night. He's not allowed to leave Colville before he settles "the final battle" between the pirates and the King's vessels.

The River of Forgetting

A Memoir of Healing from Sexual Abuse

The River of Forgetting

Using creative arts to access her strength and aliveness, the author reconciles with both her parents' love and their betrayal. This deeply personal memoir invites the reader behind the closed doors of a therapist's office and into the author's journal and her very body.

The Lost Fleet: Courageous

The Lost Fleet: Courageous

The Lost Fleet continues its perilous journey home. Badly damaged and low on supplies, the Alliance Fleet is raiding Syndic mines for raw materials-and Captain "Black Jack" Geary hopes they can continue to remain one step ahead of their enemies. But the Syndics are the least of Geary's worries when he learns of the existence of aliens with the power to annihilate the human race.

Stanley's View

Stanley's View

The sixth volume of articles first published in the local paper, the Barnoldswick and Earby times. My intention is that they should be available as an archive in the local libraries. 344 pages with 153 illustrations. A good present for anyone interested in Barnoldswick or its history.