Lessons from Heaven

Excerpt from the book “The End of Death” by Admir Serrano

Behind me and to the left was a strong light source, very brilliant and filled with love. I knew it was a person. I called it God for lack of a better term. I could not see it; I felt what seemed like a male presence. He communicated to me, not so much in words but telepathically.

“Why did you hesitate?” He asked.

“Well, I’m kind of young to die.” I replied.

He chuckled. “We have babies die.”

“Well” I said, “there are some things I want to know first.”

“What do you want to know?”

“What is death?” I asked.

“Turn and look to one side.” He said.

As I did, I saw a bad car wreck. Several people had been killed. Out of some of the bodies a spirit came up to progress on. Some who didn’t believe it was possible stayed in their bodies and wouldn’t emerge. I asked if they could be reached.

“Yes,” He replied, “some more quickly than others and some maybe never.”

Death, then, is not believing anything.

“What is hell?” I asked.

“Turn and look again.”

I saw an old woman in a rocking chair determined to sit and rock and worry about children and grandchildren and everything else. Hell is therefore a lack of wisdom and not moving on, choosing not to go any further, sitting there and doing nothing. Hell is not a place.

I asked if there was a Devil or Satan.

“Would God allow that?” He replied. “If I made you God for just a few seconds, what would you do first?”

I knew my first act would be to eliminate any Devil or Satan.

“How do I know right from wrong?”

“Right is helping and being kind. Wrong is not only hurting but not helping when you can.”

We walked as I asked about the universe and reasons for everything. All of these things were shown to me. Then He wondered if I still wanted to return to the physical world.

“I do want to return.” I replied.

“Why?” He asked.

I said I would help my mother whom my father had left with four children and one on the way. God kind of chuckled and asked me for the real reason. I said I would leave the earth a little better than I found it.

“Then you may return with some knowledge of things you have learned, but the rest will be veiled for a time. Live in such way that you will not feel bad when you return here again.”

Admir Serrano is an author, researcher, and lecturer of paranormal phenomena such as out-of-body experiences (OBEs), near-death experiences (NDEs), deathbed visions (DBVs), reincarnation, life after death, and mediumship. He is the author of The End of Death: How Near-Death Experiences Prove the Afterlife (Click here to read a sample chapter) and three books on related topics in his native Portuguese language. He lives in Miami with his two daughters. Website: www.admirserrano.com.