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The publications listed here are samples of what is available in the literary market on the After-Life.
This is the story of our 36 year marriage, a marriage between an Iranian lady and a Javanese. The ups and downs of their life and the devastation of losing their youngest son, Raden Cyrus Agung (Cyrus the Great), no longer a child but a buddy and friend, his life, what he meant to his family, his friends and other things that makes one's life... who passed away on the 28th. January, 1999 at the age of 25 years. It was, and is, the after-death communications with him which gave hope to our lives that we will see each other again.

There Is An After-Life: How Cyrus Communicated This To Us
Publications describing what we experienced
The other 30 stories - The Mangku Negara Crown, the King immune from bullets and cannon balls-the forefather of the Suryo-di-Puro family

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An Eulogy to a departed Son
Eulogy in Bahasa Indonesia
God said: "I'll lend you my Child..."
A Friend: Tell me about Cyrus
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The Do's and Don'ts In Facing Bereaved Parents
Published List on After-Life, Near Death Experiences & After-Death Communications
Other Dimensions & ADCs
After-Death Communications is Real -26 Aug., 1999
A Prayer for our Son & all other departed children

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  • A King immune from bullets and cannons
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    In Cyrus' Memory
    Cyrus Heartland Memorial
    Letter Animation
    The writer is a Member of
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    and a former English language journalist & editor with the AFP French National News Agency & Antara Indonesian News Agencies in London, Paris, & Koln in the mid-'60s

    1. Evans-Wentz, W.Y. The Tibetan Book of the Dead, New York, Oxford University Press, 1957
    2. Hamilton, Edith & Cairns, Huntington, The Collected Dialogues of Plato, New York, Bollingen Foundation, 1961
    3. Cayce, Hugh Lynn and Edgar Cayce. God's Other Door and the Continuity of Life. Virginia Beach, Virginia: A.R.E. Press, 1958.
    4. Chinmoy, Sri. Death and Reincarnation. Jamaica, New York: Agni Press, 1974.
    5. Ebon, Martin, ed. Communicating with the Dead. New York: New American Library, 1968.
    6. The Evidence for Life after Death. New York; Signet/New American Library, 1971.
    7. Ford, Arthur. Unknown but Known. New York: Harper & Row, 1968.
    8. Fuller, John G. The Ghost of 29 Megacycles. New York; Signet/New American Library, 1981.
    9. Garrett, E. J. Many Voices. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1968.
    10. Jacobson, Nils 0., M.D. Life without Death? New York: Dell, 1973.
    11. Leshan, Lawrence. The Medium, the Mystic, and the Physicist. New York: Viking, 1966.
    12. Mcaffery, John. Tales of Padre Pio. Garden City, New York: Image Books, 1981.
    13. Martin, Joel, and Patricia Romanowski. We Don't Die: George Anderson's Conversations with the Other Side. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1988; Berkley, 1989.
    14. Meek, George W. After We Die, What Then? Franklin, North Carolina: Metascience Corporation Publications Division,1980.
    15. Mitchell, Edgar, ed. Psychic Exploration. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1974.
    16. Mohr, Sister Marie Helene. Saint Philomena: Powerful with God. Rockford, Illinois: Tan Books and Publishers, 1953.
    17. Montgomery, Ruth. Here and Hereafter. New York: Coward-McCann, 1968.
    18. A Search for Truth. New York: William Morrow, 1966.
    19. The World Before. New York: Coward. McCann, and Geoghegan, Inc., 1976.
    20. A World Beyond. New York. Balantine Books, 1972.
    21. Moody, Raymond A., Jr., M.D. Life after Life. Atlanta: Mockingbird Books, 1975.
    22. Light Beyond. New York: Bantam Books, 1988. Reflections on Life after Life. Atlanta: Mockingbird Books, 1977
    23. Morse, Melvin, M.D. Closer to the Light. New York: Villard Books, 1990
    24. Osis, Karlis, Ph.D., and Erlendur Haraldsson, Ph.D. At the Hour of Death. New York: Avon Books, 1977.
    25. Perry, Michael.Psychic Studies: A Christian's View. Wellingborough, Great Britain: The Aquarian Press, 1984.
    26. Ring, Kenneth. Heading Toward Omega: In Search of the Meaning of the Near-Death Experience. New York: William Morrow & Company, 1984.
    27. Life After Death: A Scientific Investigation of the Near-Death Experience. New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1980.
    28. Sherman, Harold. The Dead Are Alive. New York: Ballantine Books, 1981.
    29. You Live after Death. Greenwich, Connecticut: Fawcett Gold Medal Books, 1972.
    30. Spraggett, Allen. The Case for Immortality. New York: New American Library, 1974
    31. Spraggett, Allen with William Rauscher. Arthur Ford: The Man Who Talked With the Dead. New York: New Amen-can Library, 1973.
    32. Stearn, Jess. Edgar Cayce–The Sleeping Prophet. New York: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1967.
    33. Sugrue, Thomas. There Is a River: The Story of Edgar Cayce. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1942.
    34. Taylor, Ruth Mattson. Witness from Beyond. New York: Hawthorn, 1975.
    35. White, John. A Practical Guide to Death and Dying: Conquer Fear and Anxiety through a Program of Personal Action.Wheaton, Illinois: Quest Books, 1988.
    36. Wllker ikerson, Ralph. Beyond and Back: Those Who Died and ived to Tell It. Anaheim, California: Melodyland Prodctions, 1977
    37. George Anderson and Joel Martin are the subjects of a chapter in Sharon Jarvis's True Tales of the Unknown: The Uninvited. New York: Bantam Books, 1989.
    38. Bolton, Iris, and C. Mitchell. My Son My Son. Atlanta, Georgia: Bolton Press, 1983.
    39. Cerza Kolf, June. When Will I Stop Hurting: Dealing with a Recent Death. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Book House, 1987.
    40. Gunther, John. Death Be Not Proud. New York: Harper & Row, 1949
    41. Knapp, Ronald J. Beyond Endurance: When a Child Dies. New York: Schocken Books, 1986.
    42. ubler-Ross, Elisabeth. Living With Death and Dying. New York; Macmillan, 1982.
    43. On Children and Death. New York: Macmillan, 1983.
    44. On Death and Dying. New York: Macmillan, 1970.
    45. Questions and Answers Oil Death and Dying. New York: Macmillan, 1974.
    46. Working It Through. New York: Macmillan, 1987. ed.
    47. Death: The Final Stage of Growth. New York: Touchstone, 1986.
    48. Kubler-Ross, Elisabeth, and Mal Warshaw. To Live Until We Say Goodbye. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1978.
    49. AIDS: The Ultimate Challenge. New York: Macmillan, 1987.
    50. LeShan, Eda. Learning to Say Goodbye (When a Parent Dies). New York: Avon Books, 1976.
    51. Lukas, Christopher, and Henry M. Seiden. Silent Grief Living in the Wake of Suicide. New York: Bantam Books, 1987.
    52. Lukeman, Brenda. Embarkations: A Guide to Dealing with Death and Parting. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1982.
    53. Panuthos, Claudia, and Cathcrine Romero. Ended Beginnings: Healing Childbearing Losses. New York: Warner Books, 1984.
    54. Parrish-Harra, Carol. The New Age Handbook on Death and Dying. Santa Monica, California: lBS Press, 1989.
    55. Quackenbush, Jamie, and Denise Graveline. When Your Pet Dies New York: Pocket Books, 1988.
    56. Rando, Therese A., Ph.D.Grieving: How to Go On Living When Someone You Love Dies. Lexington, Massachusetts: Lexington Books, D. C. Heath & Co., 1988.
    57. Sanford, Doris.It Must Hurt A Lot: A Child's Book About Death. Portland, Oregon: Multnomah Press (date unavailable).
    58. Sarnoff Schiff, Harriet. The Bereaved Parent. New York: Crown Publishers, 1977
    59. Schoeneck, Therese S. Hope for the Bereaved: Understanding, Coping, and Growing through Grief. Syracuse, New York: Hope for Bereaved (date unavailable).
    60. Scrivani, Mark. Love Mark. Syracuse, New York: Hope for Bereaved (date unavailable).
    61. Tatelbaum, Judy. The Courage to Grieve. New York: Harper & Row, 1980.

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      The ADC (After-Death Communications) Project
      Authors of Hello From Heaven founder of the ADC Project.
      A forum for sharing information and research on after-death communications and related spiritual subjects.
      P.O. Box 916070, Longwood, Florida 32791
      Internet website:
      Fax: (407) 774-3161

      American Association of Suicidology
      4201 Connecticut Avenue, NW., Suite 310, 
      Washington, D.C. 20008; 
      (202) 237-2280 
      Resources for suicide pievention and the survivors of suicide (SOS); directory of local SOS chapters Newsletter; referrals to local SOS chapters; conferences

      American Suicide Foundation
      120 Wall Street, 22nd Floor, New York, New York 10005; 
      (800) 531-4477 
      Resources for suicide prevention and the survivors of suicide (SOS) 
      Newsletter; referrals to local SOS chapters; conferences 

      Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)
      638 Prospect Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut 06105; 
      (860) 586-7503 
      Professional association for death educators, caregivers, counselors, nurses, researchers, clergy, funeral directors, therapists. and volunteers 
      Newsletter; local chapters; certiflcation programs; conferences 

      Bereaved Parents of the U.S.A.
      P.O. Box 95, Park Forest, Illinois 60466-0095; 
      (708) 748-7672 
      A self-help organization for parents, siblings, and grandparents, who have experienced the death of a child in their family. 
      Newsletters; local chapters, conferences, Resources 

      A Magazine of Hope and Healing 
      Bereavement Publishing, 8133 Telegraph Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920; 
      (719) 282-1948; 
      published six times per year 

      Center for Attitudinal Healing
      33 Buchanan Drive, Sausalito, California 94965; 
      (415) 331-6161 
      Support services for children and adults who have a life-threatening illness and for bereaved families; workshops; training sessions 
      Newsletter; referrals to over 100 independent centers worldwide 

      Centering Corporation
      1531 N. Saddle Creek Road, Omaha, Nebraska 68104; 
      (402) 553-1200; 
      Newsletter; catalog of books for the bereaved 

      The Compassionate Friends (TCF)
      RO. Box 3696, Oak Brook, Illinois 60522-3696; 
      (630) 990-0010 
      A worldwide organization offering friendship, understanding, and support for bereaved parents, siblings, and grandparents 
      Newsletters; more than 600 local chapters in the United States; national and regional conferences; books; tapes 

      The Compassionate Friends of Canada
      685 William Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3E 0Z2; 
      (204) 787-4896; 
      a worldwide organization offering friendship, understanding, and support for bereaved parents, siblings, and grandparents; newsletters; more than 100 local chapters and telephone contacts; conferences; books; tapes 

      International Association for Near-Death Studies (lANDS)
      RO. Box 502, East Windsor Hill, Connecticut 06028-0502; 
      (860) 528-5144 
      For research and understanding of the near-death experience (NDE) 
      Newsletter; professional journal; local support groups; conferences, Resources    395 

      Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
      511 E. John Carpenter Freeway, #700, Irving, Texas 75062; (800) GET-MADD 
      To stop drunk driving and to support victims of this violent crime
      Newsletter and magazine; about 500 local chapters; victim support groups for the bereaved; training programs; conferences 

      The NAMES Project Foundation
      310 Townsend Street, Suite 310, San Francisco, California 
      94107; (415) 882-5500 
      An AIDS support group that sponsors "The Quilt"; local chapters and international affiliates; catalog; newsletter; sponsor of local and national memorial events 

      National Hospice Organization (NHO)
      1901 North Moore Street, Suite 901, Arlington, Virginia 22209; 
      (800) 658-8898 
      Referrals to 2,600 hospices that offer programs, services, support groups, and individual and family counseling for the terminally ill and the bereaved; professional associations; newsletters; conferences 

      Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
      100 East 8th Street, B-41, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202; 
      (513) 721-5683 
      The largest self-help organization in the world for parents, families, friends, and other victims of homicide 
      Newsletters; more than 400 local chapters and contact persons in the United States and abroad; conferences 

      P.O. Box 8738, Reno, Nevada 89507-8738; (702) 322-4773 
      An international support network for bereaved parents who 
      want to correspond with one another by mail 

      The Rainbow Connection
      477 Ilannah Branch Road, Burnsville, North Carolina 28714 
      396    Resources 
      (704) 675-5909; 
      Catalog of books and other materials for the bereaved 

      SHARE Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support
      National SHARE Office, St. Joseph Health Center, 300 First Capitol Drive, St. Charles, Missouri 63301; (800) 821-6819 
      For families bereaved by miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal death 
      Newsletters; more than 100 local chapters; referrals; conferences 

      Sharing & Healing
      Al & Linda Vigil, 11335-162 Affinity Court, San Diego, 
      California 92131; 
      (619) 271-6889 
      Newsletter for the survivors of suicidc 

      SIDS Alliance
      1314 Bedford Avenue, Suite 210, Baltimore, Maryland 21208; 
      (800) 221-SIDS 
      Support for families who have suffered sudden infant death syndrome
      Newsletter; more than 50 local chapters; conferences 

      Suicide Information & Education Centre (SIEC)
      Suite 201, 1615 - 10th Avenue SW., Calgary, Alberta T3C 0J7 Canada; 
      (403) 245-3900 
      Resources for suicide prevention and the survivors of suicide 
      Newsletter; referrals to local suicide services; resource library 

      Widowed Persons Service (WPS)
      AARP, 601 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20049; 
      (202) 434-2260 
      A program of the American Association of Retired Persons for widows and widowers of all ages 
      Newsletter; more than 250 local programs; conferences 

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    “ brought tears in my eyes.. ” I am so sorry about the loss of your son Cyrus. I have read the story that you wrote in the page. I cannot imagine the trauma that you and your wife had to go thru, it brought tears in my eyes at the middle of the story what you must have gone thru. How sad it must had been. We too had our sorrows and had to go thru the valley of the unknown hurts of life... Gustaaf Vogelsang 8 August, 2001
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    To change screen settings to 800x600 pixels, the 'middle' standard used in over 85% of all web pages created around the world, point cursor at empty point in taskbar, choose Minimize All Windows, when minimized point cursor at any empty point in windows, right click mouse, choose Properties, choose Settings, choose Screen Area, choose the Midpoint for 800x600 pixels. Click OK. It takes less than 15 seconds to do, your computer won't be damaged or blow up, and you can always get back to your original settings by following the instructions on the screen.
    MIDI, or musical instrument digital interface, is a standard used by sound-card makers and musical instrument manufacturers to let various electronic instruments and sound processors talk to each other. Because MIDI sound samples and synthesis algorithms are stored on the local system (either in your sound card, the PC's processor, or in an external MIDI module), all that needs to be sent over the wire is a series of signals that say what note to play when. For that reason, extremely small MIDI files (less than 5K) can still deliver several minutes of music. A 3 minute MP3 sound carries a size of some 2.7 MB, while the equivalent 3 minute MIDI file is about 1/100 its size (27K). MIDI notes and sound effects are usually limited to the sounds in the standard General MIDI set. General MIDI is a fairly extensive set, including drums, woodwinds, strings, and some sound effects, but it's not the same as recording your own sounds or your voice which you can with MP3. Also, MIDI quality depends almost exclusively on the sound system used for playback. A PC with an el cheapo sound card using weak FM synthesis technology could make even a brilliant MIDI arrangement sound like a $15 electronic keyboard, whereas an expensive wavetable synthesis sound system could produce awe-inspiring MIDI tones. For quicker down loading, MIDI files are used here.
    ¹MIDI music from Bourbon Street & ²From MidiWorld • ³Sequenced (played & arranged) by Devian, a 30-year Indonesian graduate from the Berkely School of Music & used with permission • º Sequenced by Jan Halsema & used with permission • *Wherever possible and available permission was requested from their composers • **Used with permission • All music tracks are available for non-commercial use