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Using nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent afterlife evidence, quantum physics,consciousness research, and ancient writings, we seek to understand who and what we are, how reality works, the nature of God, and the meaning and purpose of our lives. The truth is accessible to us now, and it is beyond-belief wonderful! Join us each week as we work together to better understand our one reality and gain insights into how we can make the most of the glorious eternal beings that we are.
Tricia J. Robinson is an afterlife researcher based in the U.K. who has written three enjoyable books that cover entertaining and often amazing details about the afterlife. It’s Life and Death, But Not as You Know It is her third book. Almost none of the afterlife phenomena Tricia describes are new to Roberta, but she seldom has an opportunity to discuss these quirks. The result is an interesting and lighthearted interview. Tricia’s website is triciarobertson.weebly.com
Roberta Grimes is a business attorney who had two extraordinary experiences of light in childhood that prompted her to spend decades studying nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent communications from the dead.
Drawing on this research, the principles of quantum mechanics, and cutting-edge consciousness research, Roberta was able to frame and give meaning to her experiences of light. Unfolding during this process was reinforcement of principles espoused by Jesus 2000 years ago … that until the 20th century we could not have confirmed. We know now that the study of the greater reality in which the dead reside is a genuine science. And we can see that science exists within a new consciousness-based physics that has epic implications for every aspect of our lives
You can share in Roberta’s many discoveries in a half-dozen popular books that include The Fun of Dying – Find Out What Really Happens Next and Liberating Jesus. A graduate of Smith College and Boston University School of Law, Roberta blogs and answers questions at robertagrimes.com.”