Don't say that we haven't been busy. "Architecture of the Afterlife" went to #1 twice now (new books in its kindle genre) and let's see how folks like the next book in our "Backstage Pass Series" is received.
The third book in our ongoing discussions with people no longer on the planet.
Books one and two include numerous interviews with friends, pals, friends of friends with the help of Luana Anders, actress and conduit for medium intuitive Jennifer Shaffer, who accesses information directly from the flipside as the author Richard Martini asks questions.
In this book, there are wide ranging interviews with people considered "celebrities" people who were "scientists" in their lifetime, actors and friends the author knew in their lifetime (so he can verify the details of what they're saying) as well as icons and people that would appear to be impossible to speak with.
Some interviews were engendered by the subjects themselves, with the idea of "passing along information to their loved ones." In some cases, the loved ones here said the "interviews" were amazingly accurate, others said that they didn't believe their relatives were reaching out to them. In all cases, the author tries to forensically verify whatever details possible.
(*Note: No one can claim to converse with the afterlife. However, when possible, the author uses second sources, or family members to verify the details.)
The "conversations" are with everyone from Aretha Franklin, Prince, Robin Williams to scientists like Stephen Hawking, Carl Sagan, Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, interviews with friends like Bill Paxton, Howard Schultz, politicians like John McCain, Presidents Lincoln, Kennedy, Nixon - and avatars that appear to be accessible, as if they were outside of time.
From Guru Rinpoche, to Buddha, Jesus to Krishna, to asking questions to the 13th Dalai Lama - from general questions to specific questions about their path and journey. None of these interviews proves that life goes on - but when one compares the multiple interviews to other interviews where the same questions are asked, it does prove that there's a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to the nature of consciousness.
The same quotes from "Hacking the Afterlife" apply - as all of these people make appearances in this book.
*"This book will have people questioning their own disbeliefs and belief paradigms. It's a translation of the ethers." Edgar Cayce via medium JenniferShaffer.com
*"Good luck to you for making the unbelievable claim that there even is an afterlife. " Howard Schultz, Lighthearted entertainment; a friend who passed away recently.
*"They should read your book if they want to fly. It makes the reader open up. It's beautiful written music, Rich." The Artist formerly known as Prince Rogers Nelson.
*"Two words; "Love, Love." The key ingredient for happiness is to love the love; love love, and then send it to everything." Robin Williams via Jennifer Shaffer.
* "Lift this book to your soul. And see what your soul has to say. Hearing the words from the book; don't judge it, just listen to your spirit. It will guide you and tell you that the "unthinkable" is real. Laughing is the best medicine. Don't waste time trying to dig up things." Amelia Earhart (who discusses her death in Saipan during the war)
*"More people will be changed by your words than the ones who can't hear what you're saying. It is a challenge frequency that always hurts initally." From the person known as the Alpha and the Omega.
It's in print and will soon be in AUDIBLE.COM
Backstage Pass to the Flipside 3: Talking to the Afterlife with Jennifer Shaffer Book Three Paperback – March 27, 2020
by Richard Martini (Author), Jennifer Shaffer (Foreword), Luana Anders (Foreword)