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Words at the Threshold by Lisa Smartt

Lisa Smartt was amazed and then confused when her father, towards the end of his life and whilst dying from prostate cancer, began to communicate to others in strange and unrecognisable ways. A man who was essentially indifferent to spirituality and any thoughts of the afterlife her father started talking in mystical ways and about seeing angels appearing before himContinue Reading

The Journey into Spirit by Kristoffer Hughes

Few people are more qualified to talk about death, dying and bereavement than those who worked with the deceased on a daily basis. Writer and researcher Kristoffer Hughes is one of those people who’s work in a morgue in England allows him a unique perspective on the nature of death—but what makes Kristoffer slightly different is that he is aContinue Reading

The Divine Art of Dying by Karen Speerstra

Life, without death, has very little meaning but as we all know the actual process of dying is rarely experienced without it bringing trauma and deep emotional pain. Few of us understand the nature of such things until we are faced with the difficult task of caring and supporting someone who is terminally ill. It is at these times thatContinue Reading

We Walk Beside You Always by Bridget Benson

There is a good chance that, at some point in your life, you will experience the presence of a ghost or other kind of discarnate spirit. When you do, there is also the possibility that you will be able to identify who they were in life and even recogmize them as a member of your family. Imagine what it wouldContinue Reading