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DIVINE COUNCILS IN THE AFTERLIFE; THE FLIPSIDE COURT

 The latest book is finished - still working on the hardcover/paperback edition, but it is the culmination of the past year’s focus and research.

Asked Mick for permission for using this.


Here’s the link to see the Kindle:

Divine Councils in the Afterlife: The Flipside Court - Kindle edition by Martini, Richard. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

In this book, I specifically started with people who had 1. never read any of my books, 2. never heard of me, 3. had not met their “councils.” The only thing they had in common is that they were professionals who had done “group meditation.”

Which meant I could ask them questions and instead of saying “I’m making this up” they would say “I’m seeing what you’re asking me.”

From there it was an experiment to see how many would actually meet a guide, how many would actually meet their council. how many would see the “same hallmarks” as those who’ve done four and six hour sessions. There are two neuroscientists in this sampling, one who wanted to remain anonymous, and the other is one of the winners of the Bigelow Prize and a member of this forum. I can’t thank him enough for Akila W letting me use his name in the book - because it gives it a different spin when you realize someone who exists is actually reporting the details. The first half is just these folks, the second half is people who did read my work, but had never met their council.

This is a mind bending book.

Caveat emptor: If you aren’t familiar with the process or familiar with the research, don’t start with this book. It’s not for beginners with regard to the flipside. I recommend reading Dr. Weiss’ “MANY LIVES MANY MASTERS” or Michael Newton’s JOURNEY OF SOULS, or Dr. Greyson’s AFTER for a more scholarly discussion of consciousness.

Some people may be upset by what people are saying in this book - again, one has to compare what they’re saying the other examples in other books, other case studies, other research. The book ARCHITECTURE OF THE AFTERLIFE is only people like this who did a guided meditation. There are 50 accounts in that book.

In this book there are 22 sessions with direct visits to councils - and then excerpts from previous council visits from my other books to compare data.

There are 50 accounts in total. Some are excerpts of hypnotherapy sessions, but most are from guided meditation sessions.

What’s the point?

Anyone can visit their council and meet those folks who report they are “always tethered to us” always “Have our back” and are aware of our journey and rooting for us every step of the way.

But it’s not for everyone, and again - please do not read it if you already have a problem with this topic in general. It’s not meant for everyone, but those who are supposed to read it, will seek it out, and those who are not, will not.

Paperback, hardcover and audible are on their way in a few days.

Hope this helps.

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