DENVER (PRWEB) March 02, 2017
“Beyond the Veil to Heaven: Inexplicable Manifestations and Signs from a Woman’s Transition to Heaven while Maintaining Earthly Life Connections” (published by Balboa Press) details author Ward Edward Barcafer, Jr.’s encounters with his late wife after she died.
The book is composed of a series of accounts where Barcafer details messages from his wife, Suzette, who let him know she is safe and happy in the afterlife. Barcafer says Suzette sent messages through flashing lights and conversations in his mind, among other things, in her after death communication.
An excerpt from “Beyond the Veil to Heaven”:
Sue said that she would give me a sign, maybe sooner than later. I was sitting in our dining room at the table in the evening and had just turned on the vaulted-ceiling floodlights…All of the sudden, they started flashing…erratically from one bulb to another, like an ambulance’s or police car’s flashing lights.…I was startled, and in the back of my mind, I still wondered if that was Sue.
“Beyond the Veil to Heaven”
By Ward Edward Barcafer, Jr.
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 190 pages | ISBN 9781504368940
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 190 pages | ISBN 9781504368926
E-Book | 190 pages | ISBN 9781504368933
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ward Edward Barcafer, Jr. was married to Suzette D. Shockley for 33 years, before her death. Barcafer was born in Missouri and grew up in Kansas. After college, he joined a Fortune 100 company and was transferred to Denver where he was a sales promotion manager for the Rocky Mountain West.
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