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Life in the World Unseen

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This is the first in a number of books that claim to be the words of Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, as received by Anthony Borgia. They have proved very popular, possibly because he was a prolific writer while alive, and held a senior position in the Catholic Church. This volume was first published in 1954 and achieved its eleventh reprint by 1960.

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Paperback, 202 pages
Published May 1st 1993 by M B a Publishing (first published December 1st 1970)
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Nov 10, 2007 Larry rated it really liked it
Imagine, if you will (do I sound like Rod Serling?) that an alien comes to earth, and asking what life on earth is like, you tell him about your life. Is that what life on this planet is? Well, to a very small degree, it is. It is the story of YOUR life in this world.

This book purports to be the story of one person's life on the other side, after he passed away. IT claims to tell about a man who had been a priest on earth in England (I believe he died in the 1920s). When he had been alive he had
Mar 26, 2008 Susy rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Near Death Experiences
A priest has a near death experience that completely changes his relgious views and his life. It is along the lines of Betty Edie's books. It had a big impact on me and my husband Ren. Easy read.
Aug 27, 2013 Annalouise rated it it was amazing
I pick this book up again and again. It's like a reference book, an autobiography and a novel all under one cover.
Mike Radice
Apr 13, 2012 Mike Radice rated it it was amazing
Wonderful exploration of the universe beyond what we can see.
Roberta Grimes
May 13, 2014 Roberta Grimes rated it it was amazing
Robert Hugh Benson was a Catholic priest who discovered when he transitioned that things he had written during his lifetime were in error, so through his friend Anthony Borgia he wrote a series of books of which this is the first and the best. Many researchers consider this to be the most comprehensive and accessible account of the afterlife ever communicated to us.
Glen Mathew
Jan 12, 2012 Glen Mathew rated it liked it
This book was very interesting and there are some things that match up to Latter-day Saint theology.
Mel Torres
Feb 25, 2015 Mel Torres rated it it was amazing
Excellent read. Ranking this book up with the esoteric classics.
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