Validity of the
afterlife recordings

David Thompson
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Reunions in the afterlife

Voices of people
in the afterlife

Why people in the
afterlife speak to us

Characteristics of
the afterlife

Developing a
medium group

Afterlife messages about spirit and existence

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Difficulty in Using Words
to Describe the Afterlife

The speakers in the direct-voice medium seances often state that they have great difficulty describing characteristics of the afterlife. Words used to describe the Earth plan are inadequate to describe the afterlife.


Samuel Wilberforce wrote the History of the American Church (1844) and Heroes of Hebrew History (1870), was Deacon of Westminster (England), and Bishop of Oxford. In 1854 he opened a theological college at Cuddesdon, now known as Ripon College. One of the volumes of the English Leaders of Religion is devoted to him, and he is included in Dean Burgon's Lives of Twelve Good Men (1888).

Wilberforce spoke in a Leslie Flint seance, describing how difficult it is for those in the afterlife to describe using Earth-realm words.


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