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There is coming a time when there will be no veil. There will be no separation between us on this side of the veil and our loved ones on the other side. When the veil comes down, that is where heaven will be. That time is closer than we might think. The key to unlock that door: helping others with their healing.

Casey Gauntt knows well the pain of suffering the deaths of those we deeply love. He lost his father to suicide when he was 20, and 38 years later his only son, Jimmy, was struck and killed by a car. Three months after Jimmy’s death, Casey was reconnected with his father and son by means that can only be described as miraculous. He wrote that story, made into an award-winning short film The Letter, and thus began his transition from corporate attorney to writer and companion to others stricken with grief. Gauntt’s first book, Suffering is the Only Honest Work, included many other mind-expanding synchronicities that followed.

When the Veil Comes Down assembles what Gauntt has learned over the last 12 years as he’s walked with many who have been plunged into grief and have emerged to find healing, purpose, and even joy. Our loved ones who have transitioned work hard to send us signs and messages to help us.  We, in turn, can mend and strengthen relationships we thought forever broken by death, and help our departed loved ones with their healing and evolution.  We can also forge new relationships with our ancestors whom we’ve never met.  

Practical examples and tips on how to be a better friend, colleague, or companion to someone who is grieving the death of a loved one are included.

We, on both sides of the veil, have a limitless, untapped capacity to help one another with healing. And if enough of us use that ability, that’s when the veil comes down.  


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Casey and Hilary, his wife and best friend of 47 years, live in Solana Beach, California. Their daughter Brittany, husband Ryan, and grandchildren live close by.

2 responses to “WHEN THE VEIL COMES DOWN”

  1. AvatarHeather Warren says:

    I lost my only son last year 4//9/2020.
    He turned 23 4/8//2020 one day before he died.
    I have opened myself up to connecting with my son on the other side and to my astonishment he answers me! I’m very interested in reading your book!!

    • Casey GaunttCasey Gauntt says:

      Heather- thank you for reaching out. I’m so deeply sorry for the transition of your son and that you are approaching the first Angel Date of his passing. A good friend introduced me to the term Angel Date and I do prefer that to “Anniversary,” which connotes a celebration. Rather than a transformation which is what we are all going through. “Transformation Date” is better. I am happy for you that you and your son are connecting with one another. I hope you will trust this is very real and this pathway is always accessible to you and your beautiful son. They are right there!
      Our Jimmy was 24 when he crossed over and he continues to bless us with his presence in so many extraordinary ways as we share in the book. Blessings to you and your son for continued healing and connection.

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Casey Gauntt

is a retired attorney and former senior executive of a major San Diego real estate company. He lives in Solana Beach, California, with his wife, Hilary. Casey grew up in Itasca, Illinois, graduated Lake Park High School in 1968, and received B.S., JD and MBA degrees from the University of Southern California.

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Jimmy Gauntt

was born and raised in Solana Beach and graduated from Torrey Pines High School in 2002.   A prestigious Trustee Scholar at the University of Southern California, he majored in English and Spanish. He authored six plays, five screenplays, and a multitude of poems and short stories. Beginning in 2010, the USC English Department annually bestows the Jimmy Gauntt Memorial Award—aka “The Jimmy”—to the top graduates in English.  Jimmy passed over to the other side in 2008 at age 24.

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