“My Journey after Death” recalls Adamek’s journey through hell and how this most incredible near death experience change her life forever. On the day she was rushed at a Virginia hospital after a massive heart attack, Alice experienced a beautiful journey as she crosses over to the other side. When she encountered a figure known as the grim reaper, she encountered a man who was fair, beautiful, robust, and had rosy cheeks. The fear she anticipated on meeting him someday was immediately dissipated. He held a pair of scissors, not a sickle, and was not dressed in black.
On her journey through hell, Alice walked a thin line, with angels guiding her along, knowing if she missed one step she would be gone forever. The terrifying bubbling black oil with figures reaching out and calling to her was a temptation she found not hard to resist. Her final destination was a room that shimmered with oblique rays of beautiful lights shining down on her. As the angels evaporated into the light, she was bewildered and she asked the first of many questions. The answers were deeply moving, and it changed her life forever.
Today, Alice is more contented than she has ever been. Her fear of death is gone; her understanding of what it is all about has all been answered. “My Journey after Death” will open the hearts and mind of readers on how to make their lifelong lesson and journey on earth. It will appeal to those who have been on the road of death and to everyone who has wondered about life and death.
About the Author
Alice Adamek was born Alice E. Lamphere in Mile City, Mont., on December 15, 1944. Alice was the first child of her mother and the fourth of her father. Throughout her childhood, her family did not put down permanent roots due to family businesses in many states. Her roots were wherever they all hung their hats at the time. The mother of two adult girls, three grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Alice, at the time of this publication, now resides in Colorado. She still loves to see what’s over the hill, and that might be the reason she owned and operated a courier service in Denver for fifteen years.