An ancestor named John greeted her and showed her many wonderful places there. He also allowed her to read from the Book of Life, which showed her a panorama of the earth’s past, present, and future.
Julie saw the lives of many historical figures, such as Adam and Eve, Enoch, Noah, and Moses. She witnessed the Savior’s mortal life, including his crucifixion and resurrection. She also saw the restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ through the prophet Joseph Smith, and key events that have led to the Church’s growth.
Then Julie was shown upcoming world events that will be both tragic and glorious. She saw earthquakes, tsunamis, famines, plagues, and wars, but she also witnessed how the Lord is watching over His people and is preparing places of refuge to protect them from the coming calamities. Julie was filled with joy as she saw the Saints establish the New Jerusalem and other Cities of Light in preparation for the Savior’s Second Coming.
Prior to her return, she was told that at a future time she would be expected to tell others about her experience. That time has come.
As you read Julie's experience, your life will be changed as you feel the Lord’s love and concern for each of us.
Julie Rowe is an American author, public speaker and excommunicated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). She claims to have had a near-death experience (NDE) in 2004 during which she visited the spirit world as described in LDS theology, where she had many extraordinary visions including those of supposedly upcoming world calamities.Rowe has written three books between 2014 and 2016, most recently From Tragedy to Destiny. Her writings and lectures at LDS firesides have been interpreted as encouraging spiritual and emergency preparations, such as food storage, before signs of the end times, such as the "blood moon" from the September 2015 lunar eclipse. An LDS Church press release at that time stated that it encourages emergency preparations and self-reliance during disasters and hardships, but discourages "extreme efforts" in this vein and further notes, without specifically naming Rowe, some recent "writings and speculations of individual Church members," which "do not reflect Church doctrine."The LDS Church Education System placed Rowe's book A Greater Tomorrow on a list of spurious materials that was circulated to teachers of high-school seminaries and to college-age Institutes of Religion. The list stated: "Although Sister Rowe is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, her book is not endorsed by the church and should not be recommended to students or used as a resource in teaching them. The experiences she shares are her own personal experiences and do not necessarily reflect Church doctrine or they may distort Church doctrine."Some media outlets have interpreted this as a condemnation of Rowe's books by the LDS Church, as this was guidance that her books would not be used as a resource for teaching curriculum. She was excommunicated from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in April of 2019...
I enjoyed reading and am grateful for her experience and being able to share what she can. Puts little life drama into perspective, it's time to get prepared spiritually! 55
I have been changed by this book. It has strengthened my testimony of the scriptures, and more than anything, my testimony of our Savior. I have a greater perspective of the last days and what I can do to prepare myself and my family spiritually, temporally, emotionally, and physically. Many of the things we have been told for decades by our living prophets and apostles of how to prepare for the Second coming of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Julie Rowe reiterated everything we have been told, but for me it has lit a spark for me to start preparing now! Now is the time! 55