In this episode, Marie Antoinette shares about her childhood experiences with spirituality. Today, she believes death is not the end. Rather, it’s a transition to the spiritual realm. It’s a continuum of spirit.
Marie Antoinette Kelley is an award-winning artist who has done hundreds of commissioned portraits and art for the Angel Quest Oracle. She has appeared on dozens of TV, radio, and podcast shows and has been published in such magazines as Edge and Authority. In 2019, her bison portrait in the form of woven blankets began selling throughout Yellowstone National Park’s general stores.
Today, Marie Antoinette comes to us as the author of Danny’s Day in Heaven. Inspired by Dannion Brinkley’s Saved by the Light and backed by research, Marie Antoinette dispels children’s fears about the seeming finality of death by providing comfort and reassurance that life goes on through her transcendent illustrations and storytelling in this new book.
This illustrated children’s book, Danny’s Day in Heaven, introduces the near-death experience to help kids better understand what happens when we die.