In the last few years many books on the afterlife have surfaced. A few of these, like Professor Stafford Betty’s The Afterlife Unveiled, show what spirits—humans who have survived death—tell us about their world. All the evidence suggests they are closer to The Source—which some call God. And that closeness, far from freeing them from religion, inspires in them a more joyous religion than anything they knew on earth. This book is about the religion they practice—and the one we’ll be practicing, if we want to, in a few short years. More importantly, it will inspire in us a sense of life’s importance here and now. Life on Earth is a great gift, and we should not waste our time drifting from distraction to distraction, or hemmed in by a religious orthodoxy that stifles and suffocates. We have our souls to build, and the spirits show us, both by example and instruction, how to go about it.
The religions we’ve fashioned here on earth for our use could all use an upgrade. They are mere moons that should derive their light from the central sun. This book is about that sun.