IN his new book Dying to Wake Up: A Doctor’s Voyage into the Afterlife and the Wisdom He Brought Back Rajiv describes vividly the horrors of Satan’s home.
He says: “I heard screams of pain and anguish. I was drawn in, as if on a moving pavement, to the edge of a flaming canyon.
“Smoke filled my nostrils, and with it the sickening odor of burning flesh. I knew then that I was on the lip of hell.”
A horrified Rajiv said he saw “burning souls” and tried to run away.
But he then heard a voice criticizing him for his “materialistic life”.
Rajiv then wrote that he began to reflect on his life, saying: “I was like a robot. I’d trained myself to blunt my emotions. Worse, I had trained myself to think only of myself.”