Near-Death Experiences and Recent World Wide Events Focus Attention on the Theme of 5-Star Autobiography that is Described as Non-Religious Spiritual Adventure Story

An Upraised Chalice is selected by Barnes & Noble and New Leaf Distributing Co. details a lifetime search for truth outside of religious dogma – authored by a commercial pilot/flight instructor, builder and adventurer– ASEMC Press.

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An Upraised Chalice

The years turn into decades and sooner or later, (hopefully later) sickness or accidents happen and all are again confronted with the big questions: Why? What’s next? What has this life that I’ve lived been about?

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Barnes & Noble and New Leaf Distributing now offer a controversial new title that is indicative of the new spiritual paradigm in America that is summed up by the term “spiritual but not religious.” This compelling story includes a world-wide quest and multiple near-death experiences. The 5-Star ForeWord Review of ‘An Upraised Chalice’ states “Nothing gets one’s attention like one’s imminent demise - the book chronicles the remarkable travels, adventures and near-death experiences that have marked the authors quest to discover the meaning of life. The practical insights detailed here, born of experience, cut across religious boundaries to convey a vibrant spirituality in plain, accessible language.”

The subject matter of An Upraised Chalice is also reflected in a very popular CNN.com series on the new spirituality in America. These widely acclaimed articles by the noted journalist Jessica Ravitz of CNN is followed by thousands. In her July 2nd column she writes “The New American Dream – Searching for Spirituality - To discover one’s self. To find enlightenment. To take a spiritual journey. Are these pursuits, these aspirations, really possible? And if they are, what do the results look like?” These very subjects are addressed in ‘An Upraised Chalice – Adventures and Near-Death Encounters in My Search for the Brotherhood of Light - and What it Can Mean for You.’

According to J. Mahon of ASEMC Press, the following excerpt from the book conveys an experience that most people will have. “The years move forward and everyone is attending to their life’s priorities, focusing on how to be happy, make a living, raise a family. The years turn into decades and sooner or later, (hopefully later) sickness or accidents happen and all are again confronted with the big questions: Why? What’s next? What has this life that I’ve lived been about? As one begins to consider their own eventual departure: What have I been able to do to make things a little better? What have I passed along to make others’ lives more beautiful?”

Denis Ouellette, the editor of Natural Life News stated in his review, “Periodically a book comes along that is capable of changing people’s minds about Reality. The just-released “An Upraised Chalice” is one such book. It chronicles the world travels and the inner and outer experiences of the author that have marked his life, told in an engaging style, filled with pictures taken along the way, and ringing of the truth of experience - it seems the tide is turning for the mainstream’s acceptance of life after death.”

‘An Upraised Chalice – Adventures and Near-Death Encounters in My Search for the Brotherhood of Light and What It Can Mean for You ‘ ISBN 978-0-9912635-0-9 is now available around the world from Amazon and in the US by Barnes & Noble and bookstores everywhere in both print and eBook formats. Free review copies are available from NetGalley.


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