Journey's End | Trade Paperback | By Colm Keane

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  • Journey's End - The Truth About Heaven and Hell
  • Pages: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Colm Keane
  • Publisher: Capel Island
  • Publication date: 30 Apr 2022
  • Category: Religion / Spiritual / After life
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Journey's End: The Truth About Life After Death by Colm Keane


Journey’s End reveals how death is not an end but a new beginning. This groundbreaking book explains how our consciousness survives physical death and lives on in a hereafter of our own making. What life will be like in this otherworld is outlined. The book also shows that we will meet again deceased relatives and beloved pets.

Based on 13 years of research, Colm Keane discovers the truth about heaven, purgatory, hell, God, Satan and reincarnation. He debunks myths such as fiery punishments and the concept of a grotesque devil. Journey’s End draws from the latest scientific evidence, hundreds of near-death experiences and writings from the great mystics and scholars. It is a must-read for everyone interested in what happens after death.

About the Author

Colm Keane has published 28 books, including eight No.1 bestsellers, among them The Little Flower: St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Padre Pio: Irish Encounters with the Saint, Going Home, We’ll Meet Again and Heading for the Light. He is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, and Georgetown University, Washington DC. As a broadcaster, he won a Jacob’s Award and a Glaxo Fellowship for European Science Writers.


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