HEAVEN'S DOOR: THE THRESHOLD PROJECT
"A bedbound patient reported seeing angels at the foot of the bed... He reached for his camera and looked back to take a picture. He saw only a brilliant white light, but took a photo. When the film was developed a muted image of two angels was evident. I have a copy hung on my wall as inspiration" A.G. - HOSPICE CAREGIVER
"Shortly before my father died he was bedridden... Suddenly he looked up at me and said, 'I'm not afraid any more. I can see where I'm going. I can hear my mother calling me by a name I haven't heard since I was a child" F.D.
"A five year old girl who I was caring for was in the process of dying began to mumble softly... She said, 'Mommy, I'm playing with angels' and lost consciousness. She died within the hour" T.M.
In the year 2000, an experiment began. It had never been tried before. It was an experiment to find eyewitnesses to humans crossing over into the next world.
More than 30,000 professional hospice workers, doctors, nurses and family members were invited to reveal extraordinary events they might have witnessed as the dying arrived at and passed through heaven's door.
It is called The Threshold Project
. The results are fundamentally awe inspiring.
Thousands of stories of angels, visions of indescribable beauty, peace, magnificence. Accounts of the dying who see loving relatives waiting to greet them on the other side, beckoning and offering to show the way.
There is also the dark side - fearful stories of fire, black shadows, and worse appearing before the eyes of the dying.
Then there is the inexplicable-- visions, voices, sounds shared by others of things that shouldn't be there and evidences left behind for others to see of what reason says, never happened, but did.
Please help us to further explore more of this "sacred space" that hospice professionals know so well and help make possible.
The Threshold Project
is conducted in association with Hope Hospice President, Samira Beckwith and author/television producer/anchor Monty Torres.
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