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by Judy Guggenheim,Emma Heathcote-James

eBook After-Death Communication download ISBN: 1843583887
Author: Judy Guggenheim,Emma Heathcote-James
Publisher: John Blake; Reprint edition (February 1, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 242
ePub: 1606 kb
Fb2: 1685 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality

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.

Emma Heathcote-James has a PhD in theology and is the author of Psychic Pets, Seeing Angels, and They Walk Among Us. I don't think this book compares to other books written about the after-life. If I didn't believe in the after-life, this book would make me feel more sure about my disbelief because I think it would sound hokey.

After-Death Communication book. Emma Heathcote-James, Judy Guggenheim. After-Death Communication: Hundreds of True Stroies from the UK of People Who Have Communicated With Their Loved Ones. 1843583887 (ISBN13: 9781843583882).

After-Death Communication (ADC) describes direct contact between the .

After-Death Communication (ADC) describes direct contact between the living and the deceased, undertaken without the intervention of an intermediary such as a psychic or medium. The stories related here include testimonies from the famous, such as Paul McCartney and Robbie Williams, as well as people from all walks of life. This book is both a glimpse into that reality and a practical guide that can be interpreted on both simple and advanced levels of understanding, wherever we are on our spiritual journey.

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Emma Heathcote-James. These are the stories of people of all ages and from all walks of life, from doctors to housewives and bricklayers to children. The reader is left to decide whether or not these are mere hallucinations or if they are manifestations of something more significant. The weight of evidence may well adjust the way you have previously considered the supernatural.

After-Death Communication. by Emma Heathcote-James and Judy Guggenheim. 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.

Symbolic After-Death Communications Involving Synchronicity. After-Death Communication. by Emma Heathcote-James and Judy Guggenheim

Symbolic After-Death Communications Involving Synchronicity. Because I had read the Guggenheim's book, Hello From Heaven, about ADCs before I began receiving ADCs of my own, I was able to recognize what was happening and began documenting what was happening. Return to Top. 2. Symbolic After-Death Communications Involving Synchronicity. Glimpses of Life After Life: Near-Death Experiences and After-Death Communications. Extrasensory perception in animals, Human-animal relationships, Internet Archive Wishlist, Pets, Psychic aspects.

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
Comments: (2)
Itiannta
Great book! A must read for those serious in researching ADCs!
Vathennece
I don't think this book compares to other books written about the after-life. If I didn't believe in the after-life, this book would make me feel more sure about my disbelief because I think it would sound hokey.