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posticon The Myth of Heaven and Hell

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I don’t like to commit myself about heaven and hell. You see, I have friends in both places. ~ Mark Twain

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Folks often ask us, in emails and private readings, what life is like “beyond the veil,” in the realms of spirit. In what you might call heaven (or hell). It’s a good question. So today we’re going to give you Spirit’s perspective on it.

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First, there is no “veil,” no separation between you and us. That’s a story humans have invented.Read more

posticon Do You Know Where You’ll Go When You Die?

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You have traveled in dreams while safe at home with Me. ~ A Course in Miracles

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A few weeks ago someone asked me, “Do you know where you’ll go when you die?” My answer: “Yes.”

It was a quiet Sunday afternoon, and I was enjoying a few hours off from my work. The loud knock at my front door brought me abruptly out of a lazy, peaceful place.

There were two men at the door, and I knew instantly why they were there.Read more

posticon Beyond the Veil of Death

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To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure. ~ J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter

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Angel on the Road to Heaven

You may remember David Thomas and Matt Klinck, the filmmakers of Tuning In: Spirit Channelers in America. David recently told me about Matt’s seemingly untimely death.

Two months ago, Matt was murdered in Belize, where he had a film production company. As you might expect, his death came as a huge shock to David, and to me also.Read more

posticon Farewell To Caesar by John Cali

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In our last blog post, He Was Just a Dog, I talked about taking care of my brother’s and sister-in-law’s elderly cat Caesar while they were travelling last week. Caesar died two days ago.

He was not my cat, but we all considered him part of our family for nearly 20 years. That may sound strange to folks who do not resonate with pets. But those who do will understand.

Caesar’s death was not unexpected, as he’d lived so long and was ill the past few years.Read more

posticon One Hell of a Deal by John Cali

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Pope Francis

Our title today is taken from an article recently appearing in The Independent, an online British newspaper.

It seems Pope Francis has promised shorter sentences in purgatory for those Roman Catholics who commit minor sins (“venial” sins, as the church calls them). The shorter sentences are known as “indulgences.”

According to Catholic teaching, if people die without confessing their sins to a priest, they will go to either purgatory (for minor or “venial” sins) or hell (for major or “mortal” sins).Read more