The Past Lives Podcast Ep145 – Genny Krackau

This week I am talking to Genny Krackau about her book Beyond The Explosion: Stories of the Light

Explore combat near-death experience stories through firsthand encounters. Beyond the Explosion is an extraordinary compilation of combat near-death experiences (NDE), out-of-body experiences (OBE), and spiritually transformative experiences (STE). Our military sacrifice their lives for us and experience the unimaginable in combat. You will read what each service member experienced in battle. They describe in detail their war experience as it led to the NDE, OBE, or STE, and how these experiences changed their lives forever. The book details the experiencers’ personal account to clarify their feelings and understanding of God and the afterlife. A must-read for anyone interested in these heartwarming stories of war, faith, and the power of divine love and intervention. Beyond the Explosion invites readers along on a journey to witness the healing power of God’s presence. As you see the war experiences and the NDE, OBE, and STE, through the experiencer’s journey, you will gain new insights on life beyond this world and the power of the Spirit’s light and love.

Genny Krackau, author of Beyond The Explosion, is a life resident of San Antonio, Texas. She spent the majority of her Civil Service career working in the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) and then retired from the U.S. Army Medical Command, at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

After her retirement, she worked several government contract jobs within the AMEDD. Of special interest was a research study with wounded warriors for combat related injuries. Additional research included military and civilian burn injuries, supporting a clinical trial for head injury patients and hearing conservation research with the Department of Defense Hearing Center of Excellence.

Her sincere dedication and compassion for the patient is well established by her numerous accomplishments and awards. She always put the patient first and foremost in any job she performed. It’s no surprise that by compiling these Combat Near Death Experience stories, she once again is serving the military in a very unique and special way.