If you believe in God, heaven, guardian angels, spirit guides, spiritual visitations, the afterlife, the spiritual world, the out of body phenomena, positive energy, destiny, the paranormal, psychic phenomena, UFO’s, ESP, telepathy then we believe that you will find Heaven Sent to be a revealing story. Bill’s story vividly describes all of the psychic encounters that have occurred in his life when the spiritual world or the other side chose to make their presence known. We hope his encounters shed light on questions for which you seek answers.
In Bill Boback’s young life he often heard Angelic music and now in his memoir he shares his extraordinary life experiences of psychic phenomena throughout his lifetime. Growing up during WWII, meeting his beloved wife, celebrating the birth of his beautiful daughters, the Korean War, and more. He keeps you hanging on every page.Review by Robert A. Goerman
Heaven Sent is divine nectar served in a coffee cup. Some folks expend their lives in a desperate and futile search for the supernatural. Others are not so lucky. They hold dual citizenship with this world and the next from birth. As a boy, Bill Boback hears the music of Angels.
By the second chapter, young Boback enlists in the Navy of an America fighting our “Forgotten War” in Korea. As an electrician apprentice, he is assigned to four-hour watches in the electrical generator room deep within the bowels of the ship. It is here that he and two shipmates take turns encountering a “ghost.” Darting about the three large electrical generators that power the ship, this vague and dark something physically touches Boback and our sailor gets a little rattled. Contemporary researchers might call it a “shadow person.” Other paranormal researchers might make note of the electrical connection.
While taking military leave to visit his parents in February of 1953, Bill Boback experiences a close encounter with “an enormous flying saucer” twenty or thirty feet above his head near a busy outdoor shopping center. No one else apparently sees the huge daylight disc. Reality and time itself seems altered. There is telepathic communication with the UFOnauts. There is “missing time.” Although never acquainted with the terminology, Bill Boback becomes yet another victim of the “Oz Factor. “
The “Oz Factor” is a term coined by British UFO researcher Jenny Randles in 1983. She theorized that there appears to be a “zone of influence” surrounding UFO close encounters. Time seems to disappear and lose all meaning during the experience, as if the encounter is happening in a ”timeless, magical void.” Ambient sounds fade away and mundane activity ceases. These Active Paranormal Events seem witness-focused with an isolation factor at work. The “symptoms” of timelessness are being reported accompanying a variety of paranormal “high strangeness” encounters.
Boback constantly comments upon the timeless nature of his otherworldly experiences.
“There is no possible way of ever explaining the absence of time that I experienced. “
“I had no conception of time as it was irrelevant to me.”
“I was unknowingly once again experiencing a wrinkle in the fabric of time.”
Taking this journey with Bill Boback can be endearing and exasperating and maddening and marvelous all at the same time. Does he even realize that his Guardian Angels are the antithesis of our nefarious Men in Black?
Angels can dress in white clothing often inappropriate for the weather. They may ride in vintage automobiles or vehicles of a make and model unfamiliar even to car buffs. These vehicles can look like they just left the showroom floor. Angels are known for the benevolent warmth of unconditional love that resonates from their eyes. Angels can appear and disappear in the blink of an eye.
Men in Black can dress in dark clothing often unsuitable for the weather. Sometimes, they leave no footprints through mud or snow. MiB have been seen riding in classic automobiles fresh from the showroom or cars that look like a mishmash of makes and models. Men in Black radiate evil and close proximity to them can be detrimental to the health of human beings. MiB can appear and disappear in the blink of an eye.
His stories are told to the best of the author’s ability.
Page after page is like listening to the wisdom of your grandfather.
Heaven Sent is really about Bill Boback's odyssey to revelation. He writes that “I have shared my experiences with the other side exactly the way they occurred and to the best of my memory. Memories without any false pretenses or assumptions as it would have been disrespectful for me to describe my spiritual encounters as being anything other than what they were.”
Some readers might find Bill Boback's interpretation of these manifestations a bit too quaint or naïve for their taste. Boback believes in God, in Heaven and spiritual realms, in Guardian Angels and Spirit Guides, in the afterlife and all manner of psychic phenomena. His beliefs mirror many of my own. Something happens in your gut when you confront truth. Bill Boback's extraordinary memoir is magnificent for its profound honesty. Heaven Sent comes with my highest personal recommendation.