Lawrence E. Tooley
On September 19, 1972, when Larry Tooley’s scaffold fell and he plunged to the concrete floor below, one of the most remarkable near-death experiences ever recorded began. I Saw Heaven is the complete account of his accident and his extensive tour beyond the veil as he was led to various places and experiences in the spirit world.
As Larry’s spirit left his body and journeyed upward, he passed through a foreboding fog and witnessed agonized souls in outer darkness. Then, drawn to a brilliant light and greeted by a being who emanated overwhelming love, he underwent a life review and experienced the stripping away of earthly impurities.
Larry was shown though a kingdom of beauty and order. He saw communities with buildings made from a marble-like material, surrounded by beautiful trees and landscaping. His guide led him to the outskirts of the heavenly city where God dwells, nestled at the base of a mountain. He saw from afar the immensity of the city with its beautiful domed spires. He felt the city’s divinity and was told of the restrictions concerning who may encounter it. One of his most intriguing encounters of his near-death experience was with the council which eventually gave him permission to return to earth and resume his mortal life.
I Saw Heaven is the true account of one of the most informative near-death experiences ever recorded. All who want to learn more of the next stage of their existence will be fascinated by the many insights and details it contains. It’s a must-read book!
- The Early Years
- Marrying Georgia
- The Birth of the Twins
- The Accident
- My Entry into the Spirit World
- The Council
- Genealogical and Temple Work
- Learning Centers and Absorbing Knowledge
- Powers and Abilities
- A Kingdom Governed by Beauty and Order
- The Celestial City
- Meeting My Family
- Peter, James, and John
- Return to Mortality
- My Premortal Parting from Georgia
- Eternal Goals Completed
- Torn Between Heaven and Earth
- Other Glimpses Beyond the Veil
- Final Thoughts and Observations
6” x 9” paperback