In 1992 William “Billy” Bradeson, following the criteria of a back to school assignment, submitted an illustrated report to his 8th grade teacher, Ms. Ives, on the topic of his summer vacation. In this report, Billy gives a fairly precise, albeit incongruous, account of his week long trip to the Afterlife.
This is and remains to be the single most comprehensive reference to date of a place previously only imagined. While many ancient texts describe this location with vagueness, metaphor and repetitive tropes, Billy’s description is one of a highly detailed nature, giving honest answers to the age old questions we all have.
There’s no dogma, religious guidance or judgment in Billy’s exposition. It is not a treatise. He is not a minister. His account simply gives us all a better understanding of what we might want to pack.