I Saw Heaven: A Remarkable Visit to the Spirit World
On September 19, 1972, when Larry Tooley's scaffold fell and he plunged to the concrete floor below, one of the most remarkable near-death experiences ever recorded began. I Saw Heaven! is the complete account of his accident and his extensive tour beyond the veil. As Larry's spirit left his body and journeyed upward, he passed through a foreboding fog and witnessed agoniz...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Horizon Publishers & Distributors
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This is one of those Duane Crowther specials. His editing is evident in the presentation of the story and the checklist at the end. I’m not knocking what we got. In fact, I would say this is Crowther at his finest. But because of the editing, I’m not sure that we got Larry’s story as he remembered it but as Duane discovered it. I know it’s a small distinction, but an important one, at least for me. In any event, the story is well told, especially because we have multiple viewpoints – Larry and h...more
It's hard for me to read books like this and not be at least a little skeptical. But I tried to be open minded about it and actually found it very interesting. Whether this account, or accounts like it, are completely factual, partially factual, or even completely fabricated (which I personally don't believe this one is), it definitely provokes thought and forces you to think about what life might be like when we leave this one.
A wonderful story about real events. A man who had a near death experience and gets the chance to come back to set things right, or to continue living and growing. It makes me wonder how many people out there have had these experiences, and how many have seen beyond the veil. I believe that the way one lives here on earth can bring them closer to God, and the viel is thinner....that they are revealed more.
I got this book for my dad, who is very interested in life after death accounts. He liked it quite a bit and recommended that I read it as well. While not particularly well-written from a literary sense, it is definitely thought-provoking and inspiring from a spiritual and intellectual standpoint. It was a quick, enjoyable read.
Interesting near death experience book. I believe there are many near death experiences in the Book of Mormon - where people were laid to the ground for 3 days who saw God and were taught by God - and then returned to their bodies on earth and finished their life.