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Visits From The Afterlife [Hardcover]

Sylvia Browne
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Oct. 14 2003
Sylvia Browne showed us how to get in touch with departed loved ones in The Other Side and Back and Life on The Other Side, her classic books on the afterlife. Now the #1 New York Times bestselling author opens another portal to the world filled with ghosts and spirits in an astonishing and inspirational book that will resonate with readers everywhere.

In Visits from the Afterlife, Browne journeys even deeper into The Other Side. With her trademark sixth sense, detailing stirring true encounters, she describes visitations with ghosts, in-transition spirits, and other troubled souls seeking peace and closure. She travels to locations as diverse as haunted homes and ships possessed by the otherworldly forces who walk their deserted decks. Through these spiritual visits, she explains the reasons behind many of the world's most bizarre and mysterious hauntings. And she shares her own personal, face-to-face experiences with these inexplicable phenomena.

Informed by Browne's authentic insider's view, this is an unprecedented glimpse into these other dimensions. From surprising revelations about the spirit world to moving reunions with those who have moved on, Visits from the Afterlife once again illustrates their profound and eternal influence on our earthly lives.


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"Browne is a master at conveying the truth that exists in the fourth dimension." --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Sylvia Browne is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Other Side and Back; Life on The Other Side; Past Lives, Future Healing; Sylvia Browne's Book of Dreams; and Blessings from The Other Side. She has been working as a psychic for nearly half a century. She is a regular guest on The Montel Williams Show and has appeared on Larry King Live, Good Morning America, CNN, and Entertainment Tonight.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Format:Hardcover
Some of it was kind of intellectual, but in general I thought this was a good book on ways to understand the afterlife, and ghosts and such. I would recommend some others too, "Psychic Gifts in the Christian Life - Tools to Connect" by Tiffany Snow, tells some things about "energy tracings" and "fallen angels" as well as some new things about angels about how to see them, how to send them "to the light" (both ghosts and fallen angels/demons), along with a lot of unique and sometimes funny stories. Also, "Ghosts at my Back Door - and in the Living Room!" by Angela Watkins is a good book, although it may be out of print here in the US. This is mostly stories, but from a ghost hunter who has a lot of experiences, both frightening and funny, and also how to "expel" or "exorcise" them (so does Snow's book, a part on exorcism of dark spirits, behind the glossary). Sylvia's book is OK, but it isn't the complete "Bible" on ghosts, hauntings, etc. It's good enough to add to your collection, though.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Kind of boring - nothing new here April 11 2004
Format:Hardcover
Some of it was kind of b o r i n g, but in general I thought this was a good book on ways to understand the afterlife, and ghosts and such. There were some good stories, but too few. I would recommend (2) other books, "Psychic Gifts in the Christian Life - Tools to Connect" by Tiffany Snow, tells some things, and differences, about "energy tracings" ghosts, spirits, and "fallen angels" as well as some new things about how to try to see them, how to send them "to the light" (both ghosts and fallen angels/demons), along with a lot of unique and sometimes funny stories. Also, "Ghosts at my Back Door - and in the Living Room!" by Angela Watkins is a good book, although it may be out of print here in the US. This is mostly stories, but from a ghost hunter who has a lot of experiences, both frightening and funny, and also how to "expel" or "exorcise" them (so does Snow's book, a part on exorcism of dark spirits). Sylvia's book is OK, but it isn't the complete "Bible" on ghosts, hauntings, etc. It's good enough to add to your collection, though.
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5.0 out of 5 stars God bless Sylvia! March 21 2004
Format:Hardcover
I have admired Sylvia from the moment I saw her on The Montel Williams Show. Just listening to her, you could tell that, indeed, she was "for real." She has stated in every book - or the vast majority of them - that she simply does not believe in pretending to feel something that's just not there. In this book, she stated that there are loads of film in production companies' wastebaskets with her saying, "Nope. Nothing here."
In this book, Sylvia explains the difference between ghosts and spirits. Ghosts are souls who do not realize they're dead or don't want to face that fact. Very often, they are seen on our level (eye-to-eye) because, technically, they are still on our plane. Spirits, on the other hand, are souls who have made it to the Other Side and visit us (they are seen, according to Sylvia, three feet higher because their dimension is higher than ours). Spirits do their part to warn us of impending danger, or some joyous event, or comfort us in times of deep grief and sorrow (many times, they visit us to let us know that they're alive and well on the Other Side and thinking of us).
She rehashes her favorite ghost stories and gives us updates on older ghost stories from previous books (for instance, Johnny Johnson in the Toys "R' Us, who is still exactly where he was all those years ago).
The one thing that makes Sylvia stand out is the fact that she encourages people to be skeptic about everything (she admits she's one of the world's biggest skeptics), including all matters psychic. A charlatan just wants you to believe everything, without question.
I enjoy and admire Sylvia's honesty, sarcasm, and sense of humor. She has done her small part to make me understand the meaning of life and the fact that, indeed, there is life after "death," and that life is eternal.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Highly suspicious Feb. 13 2004
Format:Hardcover
I find the content of this book highly questionable, mostly due to the alleged comments made by Elizabeth Short. The bulk of the comments were not anything you could not find out by doing a bit of research of your own.
But what gave it all away was the reference of TWO books written by people who place blame for Beth's death on their fathers. The reference was given PAST tense, even though these comments were allegedly made two years BEFORE the second book (Steven Hodel's BLACK DAHLIA AVENGER--don't bother).
Furthermore, reference was given to her "killer", Dr. Walter Bayley. The only problem with this is, of course, at the time of Beth's murder, Bayley was a senile old man; hardly someone with the cunning and precision this dreadful action took. And this was a suspect first introduced by LA Times reporter Larry Harnisch, who Browne openly acknowledges in the opening of her book.
Finally, if you want to ask her a question about it, well, guess what? According to her website, you have to make an appointment and pay her money first.
Calling James Randi.......
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2.0 out of 5 stars Slow in Places, there are other books... Feb. 4 2004
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Format:Hardcover
Some of it was kind of boring, but in general I thought this was a good book on ways to understand the afterlife, and ghosts and such. There were some good stories, but too few. I would recommend (2) other books, "Psychic Gifts in the Christian Life - Tools to Connect" by Tiffany Snow, tells some things, and differences, about "energy tracings" ghosts, spirits, and "fallen angels" as well as some new things about how to try to see them, how to send them "to the light" (both ghosts and fallen angels/demons), along with a lot of unique and sometimes funny stories. Also, "Ghosts at my Back Door - and in the Living Room!" by Angela Watkins is a good book, although it may be out of print here in the US. This is mostly stories, but from a ghost hunter who has a lot of experiences, both frightening and funny, and also how to "expel" or "exorcise" them (so does Snow's book, a part on exorcism of dark spirits). Sylvia's book is OK, but it isn't the complete "Bible" on ghosts, hauntings, etc. It's good enough to add to your collection, though.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Visits from the Afterlife
As with all Sylvia's books, I found this one fascinating! I especially enjoyed the chapter about famous people like Elvis and Marilyn. Loved it!
Published on Aug. 3 2009 by Nancy
5.0 out of 5 stars seeking an understanding?
This Book is a treasure trove of knowledge about spiritual energy and other unexplained occurrences. I can't say enough about this book. Read more
Published on June 3 2004 by adventum
2.0 out of 5 stars All I Can Say..
All I can say is THANK GOD I RENTED IT AT THE LIBARY instead of wasting my money on it this time. I have bought 5 other books of Sylvia's and I am finding that most of her material... Read more
Published on April 5 2004
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Ghostly :P
Sylvia's work is very inspiring to the open-minded individual. I find her work to be simply inspirational. Read more
Published on March 25 2004 by Migdalia Burgoin
5.0 out of 5 stars What a great book!
The book takes you into the lives of the dead, it speaks of Elvis, Mrs.Monroe and I'll let you read the book to find out the rest. Read more
Published on March 13 2004 by pamela Snead
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Read.
I really enjoyed this book. I didn't really like Sylvia Browne's other books, but this one was very fun to read. Read more
Published on March 10 2004 by Mindy Lytle
5.0 out of 5 stars Ghost stories and a whole lot more
For ghost story afficianados as well as skeptics, the numerous stories of actual sightings and encounters are truly fascinating and well-documented. Read more
Published on Feb. 16 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Captivating Reading
Being a believer of Sylvia Browne, I ordered this book after I was unable to find it in any local bookstores. Read more
Published on Jan. 30 2004 by Melissa C Stollard
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Interesting Read
l have bought and read every book that Sylvia has written and l found them all very interesting, but as far as getting a session to see her about the tragic loss of my child and... Read more
Published on Jan. 27 2004
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