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Reflections of Heaven: A Millenial Odyssey of Miracles, Angels And…

by Peter Shockey

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Author Peter Shockey first explored the near-death phenomenon as a documentary filmmaker in the film Life After Life. From there he gained funding to film Angel Stories, and finally went on to make the documentary Miracles Are Real. While filming these modern-day stories of reincarnation, angels, and miracles, Shockey began to notice a parallel between the contemporary stories he was documenting and the stories of miracles, angels, and afterlife that exploded during the time of Christ's arrival. Thus, it is the epiphany behind this book that shows the links between these contemporary stories and the miracles that appear in biblical Scripture.

Because Shockey has a strong documentary background, he knows how to introduce and pace a good story. Lulled into his folksy conversational tone, readers are often surprised by the spine-tingling endings to these true stories of miraculous encounters. Shockey tells of visitations from radiant strangers that heal people of terminal illnesses, and an angel who pulls a suicidal man off the ledge of a bridge. He tells of a woman's near-death experience, and how she meets an infant brother in heaven that her parents never told her about. When she returns to earth she later discovers he did indeed exist. By explaining how these stories mirror encounters and revelations during the time of Christ, Shockey puts these events into a comforting historical and Christian context. --Gail Hudson

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