Pamela Rae Heath M.D. shared the results of her study with Jon Klimo on what happens in the afterlife to those that commit suicide. Based on channeled communications with spirit guides, they learned that almost all suicide victims regret their decision to kill themselves. Additionally, the method they used reflects the particular type of issue they were struggling with.
Contrary to some religious views, suicide spirits do not go to hell, said Heath, rather they face a life review and self-judgment similar to what other deceased persons go through. But in their case, the review period can last longer (sometimes up to thousands of years!), and they typically must return for another incarnation, which their spirit guides strongly encourage them to do, she noted. For loved ones left behind, it's important that they forgive the person who committed suicide and let go of guilt and anger, as this helps the spirit to move forward, Heath pointed out.
The spirits of terrorists and suicide bombers sometimes had to be tricked by "fake" images of holy men and virgins in order to ease them into crossing over, the spirit guides revealed. In the case of the 9-11 hijackers, some of them did have second thoughts and a lot more people knew about the attacks in advance-- Islamic prayer chains had been set up to ensure the mission's success, she reported.
Heath also discussed her work studying psychokinesis in the first segment of the interview.