My Descent Into Death

"This is a book you devour from cover to cover, and pass on to others. This is a book you will quote in your daily conversation.

My Descent Into Death

Not since Betty Eadie’s Embraced by the Light has a personal account of a Near-Death Experience (NDE) been so utterly different from most others—or nearly as compelling. "This is a book you devour from cover to cover, and pass on to others. This is a book you will quote in your daily conversation. Storm was meant to write it and we were meant to read it." —from the foreword by Anne Rice In the thirty years since Raymond Moody’s Life After Life appeared, a familiar pattern of NDEs has emerged: suddenly floating over one’s own body, usually in a hospital setting, then a sudden hurtling through a tunnel of light toward a presence of love. Not so in Howard Storm’s case. Storm, an avowed atheist, was awaiting emergency surgery when he realized that he was at death’s door. Storm found himself out of his own body, looking down on the hospital room scene below. Next, rather than going “toward the light,” he found himself being torturously dragged to excruciating realms of darkness and death, where he was physically assaulted by monstrous beings of evil. His description of his pure terror and torture is unnerving in its utter originality and convincing detail. Finally, drawn away from death and transported to the realm of heaven, Storm met angelic beings as well as the God of Creation. In this fascinating account, Storm tells of his “life review,” his conversation with God, even answers to age-old questions such as why the Holocaust was allowed to take place. Storm was sent back to his body with a new knowledge of the purpose of life here on earth. This book is his message of hope.

My Descent Into Death

'My Descent Into Death' is Howard Storm's full story: from his near death experience in Paris to his full recovery back home in the States, and the subsequent transformation of his life.

My Descent Into Death

'My Descent Into Death' is Howard Storm's full story: from his near death experience in Paris to his full recovery back home in the States, and the subsequent transformation of his life. Storm also communicates what he learned in his conversations with heavenly spiritual beings, revealing how the world will be in the future.

My Descent into Death

My Descent into Death is Howard Storm’s full story: from his near death experience in Paris to his full recovery back home in the States, and the subsequent transformation of his life.

My Descent into Death

For years Howard Storm lived the American dream. He had a fine home, a family, and a successful career as an Art Professor and painter. Then, without warning, he found himself in hospital in excruciating pain, awaiting an emergency operation. He realised with horror that his death was a real possibility, but as an atheist he was convinced that his demise would mark the end of consciousness. Storm was totally unprepared for what was to happen next. He found himself out of his body, staring at his own physical form. But this was no hallucination; he was fully aware and felt more alive than ever before. In his spirit form, Storm was drawn into fearsome realms of darkness and death, where he experienced the terrible consequences of a life of selfishness and materialism. However, his journey also took him into regions of light where he conversed with angelic beings and the Lord of Light Himself, who sent him back to live on earth with a message of love. My Descent into Death is Howard Storm’s full story: from his near death experience in Paris to his full recovery back home in the States, and the subsequent transformation of his life. Storm also communicates what he learned in his conversations with heavenly spiritual beings, revealing how the world will be in the future, the real meaning of life, what happens when we die, the role of angels, and much more. What he has to say will challenge those who believe that human awareness ends with death.

Lessons Learned

From the author of, "My Descent Into Death," comes and autobiographical journey that changed the author's life from an atheist to a Christian minister.

Lessons Learned

From the author of, "My Descent Into Death," comes and autobiographical journey that changed the author's life from an atheist to a Christian minister. This journey has had dramatic hill and valleys which have been openly described in the hopes that the reader will find similarities in their struggles through life towards an abiding faith in God.

Imagine Heaven

Besteman and Craker, My Journey to Heaven, 31. 5. Jeffrey Burton Russell, The Prince of Darkness: Radical Evil and the Power of Good in History (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1988), 7. 6. Ibid., 260. Storm, My Descent into Death ...

Imagine Heaven

It's obvious from the bookshelves and the big screen that heaven is on everyone's mind. All of us long to know what life after death will be like. Bestselling author John Burke is no exception. For decades, he has been studying accounts of people who have had near-death experiences (NDEs). While not every detail of individual NDEs correlate with Scripture, Burke shows how the common experiences shared by thousands of survivors clearly point to the God of the Bible and the exhilarating picture of heaven he promises. Imagine Heaven is an inspirational journey through the Bible's picture of heaven, colored in with the real-life stories of heaven's wonders. Burke compares gripping stories of NDEs to what Scripture says about our biggest questions of heaven: Will I be myself? Will I see friends and loved ones? What will it look like? What is God like? What will we do forever? What about children and pets? This book will propel readers into an experience that will forever change their view of the life to come and the way they live life today. It also tackles the tough questions of heavenly reward and hellish NDEs. Anyone interested in NDEs or longing to imagine heaven more clearly will enjoy this fascinating and hope-filled book.

Seconds to Snap One Explosive Day A Family Destroyed My Descent into Anorexia

those weeks she'd seen me lying in bed, at death's door, determined to kill myself. And she had never given up – none of ... Their words, their love and care, had slowly repaired my troubled soul. All I could do now was prove to them ...

Seconds to Snap   One Explosive Day  A Family Destroyed  My Descent into Anorexia

'This is an important, searingly honest book that will change lives. Tina is one of the bravest women I've ever met' – Lorraine Kelly 'I can tell you exactly the day it all went wrong - the day my mum attacked my dad with a kitchen knife. In those few, short seconds, a black hole opened up in my life and I fell right in.' Tina McGuff's life was perfect - or so she thought. Living in Dundee with her devoted parents and three younger sisters, she was a happy, healthy and confident thirteen-year-old. But all that changed in one horrifying act of revenge and Tina's world collapsed overnight. Terrified, lost and confused, she turned to the one thing she thought she could control - food. And so began the biggest fight of her life. Tina's life-or-death struggle with anorexia is told with devastating honesty in this extraordinary account of a girl at war with herself. Through her years in and out of psychiatric wards, Tina takes us to some of the darkest places of the mind. But in the end her courage, conviction and sheer determination win out. It took Tina seconds to snap and a lifetime to recover - but today, as a passionate campaigner for mental health, she is living proof that there is always a reason to hope that one day, things will get better.

The Lost Secret of Death

Storm, My Descent into Death, 18. Margot Grey, Return From Death, 58. Lundahl, The Eternal Journey, 263. Ornstein, The Right Brain, 93. Fenwick, The Truth in the Light, 220. As quoted by Melvin Morse in Transformed by the Light, 149.

The Lost Secret of Death

Novak investigates a belief called the Binary Soul Doctrine (BSD) which states simply that humans possess two souls which split at death, the conscious going on to reincarnate again and again, while the unconscious ends up in a type of limbo judging itself for all eternity. He goes on to explain that long ago the BSD was the primary belief of a single world religion, which since has been broken into more and more fragments. However, he claims that twentieth-century findings, including the work of Freud and Jung, as well as findings of modern neuroscience and Near-Death research, has marked a resurgence of belief in the veracity of the BSD. Novak argues--just as those long ago did--that it is essential for humans to integrate these two souls together before death to avoid the nightmare of being split in two at death. He even offers a few steps to help readers start the process of integration.

Seven Steps to Eternity

1 MY DESCENT INTO DEATH and the message of love which brought me back Howard Storm * For twenty years , I have been listening to and reading innumerable accounts of near - death experiences , but I have rarely encountered one as ...

Seven Steps to Eternity

'I died in the Battle of the Somme...' These were the astonishing first words spoken to clairvoyant and healer Stephen Turoff by the soul of James Legett, a young soldier who was killed in the First World War. For two years, the world famous psychic surgeon communicated with the soldier's soul, and in the process wrote down his remarkable story; not the tale of Legett's tragically short life on the physical plane, but of his death on a battlefield in France and his soul's subsequent journey into the afterlife. Although he works with many discarnate spirits in his clinic, the dyslexic Turoff was initially reluctant to undertake the task of writing a book. But he was persuaded by the boisterous and genial soul of the dead man. Their literary collaboration involved an unusual method: Legett presented spiritual pictures to Turoff, who with clairvoyant perception interpreted them into words. The result is this enlightening testimony of life beyond the illusion of death, filled with insight, spiritual wisdom and delightful humour. It is written to show that we are all eternal; there is no death... only change.

Light Beyond the Darkness

MY DESCENT INTO DEATH and the message of love which brought me back Howard Storm 'For twenty years, I have been listening to and reading innumerable accounts of near-death experiences, but I have rarely encountered one as powerful as ...

Light Beyond the Darkness

Doré Deverell’s son Richard had led a difficult life, plagued by physical and mental illness and depression. When he committed suicide at the age of 36, Doré was naturally devastated, suffering the intense anguish of a mother’s loss. But she was determined to seek for healing and reconciliation. This book is the first-hand account of how Doré Deverell made contact with Richard after his death. Encountering the work of the spiritual teacher Rudolf Steiner, she discovered methods by which she could communicate with her son’s spirit. Suicides, she learnt, often experience great suffering and regret as a consequence of their premature death. But Doré was taught how to alleviate Richard’s pain, and finally to metamorphose it. These practical steps are described here in an accessible way to aid anybody who finds themselves in a similar tragic situation. In the unexpected conclusion to this extraordinary tale, Doré finds the person who, she believes, embodies Richard’s reincarnated soul. Her work is rewarded with new hope, and Richard’s soul is given a chance to learn and develop on earth once again. Light Beyond the Darkness is a gripping account of love, despair, death and resurrection. Its central message - that, through the spirit, light overcomes dark - is a heartwarming confirmation of spiritual reality.

Continuous Living

Death. Howard. Storm had struggled to stay alive in the hospital bed. An emergency operation was required to save his ... As recorded in his book My Descent into Death1, Howard Storm was surprised to find he was standing up by his bed.

Continuous Living

From The Vortex Theory there is reason to believe the Universe could be alive with a protective immune system. The evidence of near death experiences suggest if we are not recognized Universal immunity will reject us. Two cases are presented where individuals who died found themselves in a place that could only be described as hell. Neither was particularly bad. They had done no terrible wrong but both were atheists. They had expected oblivion but found themselves in bodies in which they were more alive than ever before and through which they could suffer a fate worse than death. Many religious ideas now regarded as superfluous are brought back in stark light by the new physics of the vortex that has emerged from ancient Yogic philosophy.

Living Beyond

5 Life After Death (2015), BJ McKelvie's NDE In Hell After He Commits Suicide. 6 Howard Storm (2005), My Descent Into Death. 7 Reverend Howard Pittman (1999), Placebo. 8 Kevin Williams (2014), The Void and the Near Death Experience.

Living Beyond

"What happens when we die? This is one of humankind’s most important questions. Living Beyond brings a fresh and exciting perspective to this enduring question. Ivan Rudolph shares dramatic evidence supporting near-death experiences. This book is expertly written, remarkably easy to read, and enthusiastically recommended." — Jeffrey Long, M.D., founder of the Near Death Experiences Research Foundation; author of the New York Times bestseller, Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences. What are Near Death Experiences (NDEs) and how do they fit in with Christianity? For over 40 years, the author, Ivan Rudolph, has been conducting interviews, studying hundreds of accounts and now has clarity about this mysterious phenomenon. The truth is surprising, exciting, and ultimately relevant for everyone. Did you know that there are at least 16 million Americans who have had an NDE, including celebrities like Goldie Hawn, Sharon Stone, Elizabeth Taylor, Nikki Sixx, Burt Reynolds, and many others? Did you know that they are a part of a huge family of 350 million "returnees" alive today? The problem is, many returnees remain confused about their experience. They fear they will never feel normal again and seeking empathy seems impossible from loved ones that don't understand. This is not only a guide to help the confused, traumatized and, sometimes, depressed returnees incorporate their experiences successfully back into their relationships and life on earth. The thoroughly research text will help families and loved ones to provide support and understand what the returnee is going through. “Very well presented, with substantial, solid evidence; well-explained point by point. From an Orthodox viewpoint its theology is sound.” —Father John D’Alton, Orthodox Priest

What s after Life

The last two sentences in this paragraph are from Howard Storm, My Descent into Death: A Second Chance at Life (New York: Doubleday, 2005), 25. 60. From the transcript of John Burke's personal interview with Howard Storm.

What s after Life

The Gallup Poll reports that 1 in 25 people has had a near-death experience. Their heart stopped beating, their brain waves ceased, yet they claim they were more alive than ever. With improved medical resuscitation, more and more verifiable evidence indicates that life doesn't end with our last breath--it's just beginning. Drawing out the similarities found by studying over 1,000 accounts of near-death experiences around the globe, John Burke unfolds a compelling and comforting vision of a world where - we are free from pain - we feel fully known and accepted - we are greeted by loved ones - we encounter indescribable beauty - we discover a God of unconditional love If you've lost a loved one, if you've received a frightening diagnosis, or if you're just curious about what happens after death, this concise look at the life to come will bring you hope and reassurance. Content derived from the New York Times bestseller Imagine Heaven.

Almost There Walking through the Valley

Sensing a deeper call into ministry, he attended United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio and later pastored a church in Covington, Ohio. He also wrote a book about his experience My Descent into Death, which he says was written ...

 Almost There  Walking through the Valley

Just a few moments before his death, my father looked straight ahead and with a calm voice said to me, 'Almost there!' It has been 20 years since his homeward journey and I have been haunted by those words. What was he seeing that we couldn't see? In my career as a surgeon and a witness for Christ, I have observed many deaths when the last moments were calm and unafraid. Four years as a hospice volunteer brought me even more intimate with those last moments. I think that the valley David wrote of could also represent moments of extreme circumstances in our lives when we are in the Shadow of death: an automobile accident with severe injuries, the sudden loss of a child or spouse, the loss of a career, a consuming fire, a devastating flood, the birth of a stillborn. Do you have the Good Shepherd to guide you through these times? We only have this moment, this breath. Tomorrow is not promised to anyone. Do you have the peace of God that surpasses all understanding? Are you ready to walk through the valleys of your life? Come with me as I walk through the valley of the hospice and witness the grace and comfort that only God can provide for us. Journey with me and meet my Lord. There will be stops along the way as we see how the world deals with the valley. I pray that this book might be a life changing experience for you as we journey to 'Almost there.'

When the Storm Comes and a Moment in the Blossom Kingdom

My Descent into Death is Howard Storm's full story : fro his near death experience in Paris to his full recovery back home in the States , and the subsequent transformation of his life . Storm also communicates what he learned in his ...

When the Storm Comes and a Moment in the Blossom Kingdom

These two short fiction works by Barbro Karlén--best-selling author of And The Wolves Howled--are a remarkable literary and visionary feat. In When the Storm Comes, the young Barbro writes in parable-like form, with the prophetic gifts and maturity of a seer, foretelling the catastrophic results of mistreating the earth. A Moment in the Blossom Kingdom is an inspired, imaginative journey into other worlds. Both works provide a glimpse into an exceptionally gifted, visionary child's secret world filled with love and humor.

Climbing into Eternity My Descent in Hell and Flight to Heaven

Together with this pain, a sick stench came into my nostrils. I somehow knew it was the stench of death. Death had come with a smile to linger and wait. It had come to linger and wait and smile. Thirteen My Descent into Hell I DO NOT ...

Climbing into Eternity  My Descent in Hell and Flight to Heaven

A young woman’s unforgettable account of dying twice and experiencing the horrors of hell and the indescribable wonders of heaven is a personal love story, a warning, and a picture of the reality of eternal life and the love of God that will not let us go.

More Conversations with a Near Death Experiencer

Yes, I've read Howard Storm's book, My Descent into Death (read my review) and thought it gave a wonderful message of hope to people who are afraid of death. There are many good books out there and I hope you'll keep reading.

More Conversations with a Near Death Experiencer

Diane Goble received emails from people all over the world (140 countries), who visited her web site A Near-Death Experience BeyondtheVeil.net from 1996 to 2008. This second book contains some of their conversations, questions and debates about religion, spirituality, and beliefs, plus a few relevant quotes and stories they passed on. This book will open your mind and connect you to your soul.I didn't just almost die, I drowned. I surrendered to the raging river and found myself out of my body looking down at the scene below. I traveled to another dimension accompanied by a beautiful, loving Being of Light and was given information to bring back to help humanity with the evolution of consciousness as we become Divine Humans. Specifically, the message I brought back is that we don't die. The body dies, but the essence of who we are continues. We are eternal spiritual beings having temporary human experiences in physical worlds as part of our spiritual journey returning to the Source of our being. As we learn to live without fear of death, we become more loving and compassionate toward each other, all sentient beings and this beautiful planet.Over the 40 years since my NDE, I've become a deeply spiritual person. I believe all religions have some truth but none have all the truth. My answers to your questions are from my heart to open yours to Unconditional Love. Namaste!

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Life After Death Threatened

How Prayer Brought Back My Life Maurice J. Robinson ... After writing a history book, I, somehow, felt a need to tell others about my life threatening experience, but how would I share ... My Descent into Death: A Second Chance at Life.

Life After Death Threatened

Just imagine that you have become unconscious from an unknown viral infection and have been that way for more than eight days in the hospital. When encephalitis or a brain abscess was determined, author Maurice J. Robinson knew at this time that most adults don’t live very long to talk about it. But for him, God had another plan. He just wanted Maurice to believe in Him and to believe that the new life would come. At that point, it was out of his hands; he had to depend on his family and friends to ask God to bring him back to life. Read how God would answer!

Animals in Heaven

P.M.H. Atwater, Coming Back to Lfe: The Afier—Ejjrects of the Near Death Experience (Secaucus: Citadel Press, 2001). Michael H.Brown, The Other Side (Palm Coast: Spirit Daily Publishing, 208) Dr. Howard Storm, My Descent into Death (New ...

Animals in Heaven

It is always hard to say good-bye. As Catholics, we know that our human loved ones are called by Christ to join HIm in eternity, dwelling in heavenly bliss before God, enlightened by the light of glory, sharing in the fullness of the eternal life Christ has prepared for us. But what about our pets, and the animals that fill the earth and our lives with such special beauty? Does God have a place for them? Where do animals go when they die? Are they just dust? What is the destiny of creation? Does God really care about any of creation besides man? Would God, the Author of all life, cast the non-human creation He called good into nothingness? Isn't it illogical to believe that God would find worthless that which is "hard-wired" to give Him praise? Is it so hard to understand that animals created by God with a particular good would not also have knowledge of their Creator? It is a univeral concern for stewards of creation who, in their humanness, consider such questions in their hearts. I write this book as a way to explore tenets of the Catholic faith that address creation; of brinigng insight and spiritual truths to animal lovers and lovers of creation; and as evidential support of the truth that all cration was given its order, time, place, and purpose from its Creator, who sustains and preserves it at all times, always!

Nearing Death Awareness

Powers, J. (1995) “Death and Dying in Tibetan Buddhism. ... Raines, H. (1983) My Soul is Rested: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement in the Deep South. ... Storm, H. (2005) My Descent Into Death: A Second Chance at Life.

Nearing Death Awareness

This book presents a variety of experience-based perspectives on working in palliative care. Emphasising the use of self and the importance of reflective practice in professional work, the book will be of relevance to professionals in medical and social care who want to gain a deeper understanding of their work and of the motivation underlying it.