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Voices from paradise : how the dead talk to us
Chisholm, Judith.
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Charlburg, England : Jon Carpenter, 2000.
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152 pages ; 24 cm
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Central Library BF1261.2 .C45 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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Death does not respect status or age. It often comes as a thief in the night, unexpectedly robbing the vicim of life and leaving friends and relatives bewildered and bereft. Who among us has not lost someone we loved? And who does not long to make contact with that loved person again - to know that they still live, but in another dimension? After the sudden death of her son Paul, Judith Chisholm learned that death is not the end, but a change of form. That our loved ones are waiting for us a heartbeat away in another world. She tells the story of her journey from death and despair to revelation and hope. We read how, in the years since his death, she has used paranormal phenomena first discovered half a century ago to record Paul's voice on a tape recorder. It is an experience many others have shared. The book explains in detail how the procedure works. It can be tested by anyone who wishes to: it is the only known psychic phenomenon that it is repeatable!
Readers can try for themselves to open channels of communbication with their own loved ones who have crossd the divide between this life and their new life on the other side. While there is no guarantee, it can certainly be said to work for many.

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