After-Death Communication

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Containing testimonies from people from all walks of life, including such celebrities as Paul McCartney and Robbie Williams, this is both a glimpse into a wider spiritual reality and a practical guide to communicating with the deceased
 
Describing the direct contact between the living and the deceased, this collection was undertaken without the intervention of an intermediary such as a psychic or medium. A product of years ...

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Overview

Containing testimonies from people from all walks of life, including such celebrities as Paul McCartney and Robbie Williams, this is both a glimpse into a wider spiritual reality and a practical guide to communicating with the deceased
 
Describing the direct contact between the living and the deceased, this collection was undertaken without the intervention of an intermediary such as a psychic or medium. A product of years of painstaking work researching the phenomenon of after-death communication (ADC), this extraordinary work collects hundreds of deeply poignant, firsthand accounts from those who have been directly contacted by deceased loved ones. The reader is left to decide whether these are mere hallucinations or manifestations of something more significant. Response to Heathcote-James' new research has been genuinely startling, revealing that an amazing proportion of the population believe that they have had after-death experiences. The weight of evidence may well change the way readers consider the supernatural.

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"The definitive book about ADC. Warm, uplifting, and reassuring, it provides the very evidence we need that our loved ones are ever near."  —Glennyce Eckersley, author, Angel Wisdom

"Superb . . . it may change how you live your life."  —Dr. Jeffrey Long, MD, After Death Communication Research Foundation, Tacoma, Washington

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781843583882
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 2/1/2012
  • Pages: 242
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Emma Heathcote-James has a PhD in theology and is the author of Psychic Pets, Seeing Angels, and They Walk Among Us. Judy Guggenheim is the founder of The ADC Project and coauthor of Hello from Heaven.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi
Preface 1
Foreword 7
Introduction 13
Grief and ADCs 16
ADCs and the Guggenheims 18
What is an ADC? 19
Other Research 22
Increasing Belief in the Afterlife 25
Questions 26
Truth v Reality 29
1 The Point of Death 31
Death-bed Visions 31
Unprompted Appearances of the Deceased 38
Remote ADCs 42
Wind 45
Light 50
Strange Feelings 52
Injury Dreams 53
2 Twilight and Sleep-State ADCs 55
Insight 56
Dreams of Comfort 61
A Final Goodbye 67
3 Messages from the Other Side 73
Lost ... and Found 74
Reassurance over Current Events 77
Gloomy Predictions 79
General Messages 81
Sitting Tenants 83
'I'm OK' 85
4 Symbolism and Signs 89
General Signs 89
Butterflies 93
Wind or Forceful Energy 96
The Appearance of Objects 98
Clocks Stopping 102
Electricity and Lights 106
5 Reunions Out of the Blue 109
Bedtime Visions 109
Reunions around the House 113
Experiences away from the Home 116
Hugs 118
A Stroke or Touch 119
6 Auditory Communications 123
7 Scent from Above 131
A Scented Passing 131
Scent ... to Inform of Death 133
Scent after Death 136
8 Messages of Hope 141
Hospital Visitors 141
During Labour 144
Before an Operation 145
During Illness 148
9 Glimpsing the Other Side 151
Major Explanations of the Phenomena 153
Near-Death Experiences 154
Out-of-Body Experiences 157
10 Pets Return 167
Postscript 177
How Can the ADCs Be Utilised? 178
Final Thoughts 179
The Guggenheims' ADC Project 181
The ADC Research Federation 182
Bereavement Groups and Organisations 183
Pet Charities and Support Groups 200
Recommended ADC-related websites 201
Fictional ADCs in Movies 203
Fictional ADCs in Novels and Plays 209
Endnotes 219
Bibliography and Suggested Further Reading 223
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