Validity of the
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David Thompson
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Reunions in the afterlife

Voices of people
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Why people in the
afterlife speak to us

Characteristics of
the afterlife

Developing a
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Afterlife messages about spirit and existence

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Difficulty Speakers Have in
Speaking to Us from the Afterlife

The speakers in the direct-voice medium seances often state that they have great difficulty speaking through the voicebox that is created. They describe it as focusing their thoughts on the box and having sound come out, but they can't hear the sound well, so they're not sure they are communicating.

They also describe knowing the sitter's questions before they're asked. The afterlife is the world of thought, where people communicate by thought. We are spiritual beings having a physical experience, so our thoughts communicate to them just as theirs do to each other.

Sir Thomas Beecham

Sir Thomas Beecham, 2nd Baronet, CH (April 29, 1879 – March 8, 1961) was a British conductor. He founded several British orchestras including the Beecham Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. From the early twentieth century until his death Beecham was a dominant influence on the musical life of Britain.

Sir Thomas Beecham spoke in a Leslie Flint seance describing how difficult it is for people on the other side to speak through the voice box.

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