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Afterlife messages about spirit and existence

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Michael Fearon's Message

Michael Fearon
Killed in action June 9, 1944, at Normandy

Speaking to his mother in 1963:

Man has created death in his own mind.

George Woods and Betty Green recorded a session with Leslie Flint as the medium in which a mother spoke with her son, Michael Fearon, who had been killed in action at Normandy on June 9, 1944. The recording was the subject of a BBC interview on October 8, 1963. Mrs. Fearon recognized her son's voice without question and carried on an extended conversation with him.

This is the recording of a small portion of the seance. You may start the recording and listen as you read the transcript.


Michael Satisfactory. I mean, I love coming to talk to you; it's a wonderful opportunity and it means so much to me, as indeed it does to everybody who has the opportunity to come through and speak to those who they love on earth.
Mrs. Fearon I know, speaking to those . . .
Michael It would make such a vast difference to people if they understood this and realize that death isn't what they think it is. It isn't the severing of the contact between us.
Mrs. Fearon There is no death.
Michael It's only an illusion. Man has created death in his own mind . . .

Listen to the recording of the entire seance

After the session, Mrs. Fearon said without doubt she was speaking with her deceased son. This is the transcript of the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) interview with her about the session (from http://www.xs4all.nl/~wichm/fearon.html, by Michael Rogge ). The tape of Michael Fearon's seance conversation with his mother had just been played:

BBC Moderator:
Peter Williams
That was a conversation between a mother and her son. A taperecording as a matter of fact, made in a room something like this one here, but the recording was taken 11 years after the son died, killed in action three weeks after the D-Day landings in Normandy in France, during the last war. But throughout Britain there are thousands of people who believe implicitly in the authenticity of this conversation, and others like it--talks between the living and the dead. But what about the woman most directly concerned in this conversation? What does she think about this?

Mrs.Fearon, as Mike's mother, what makes you so sure that it's your son's voice that you can hear?

Mrs. Fearon Well, Mike was twenty-seven when he died and I'd been with him all that time. They were day boys for a long time, and they were my life, and I ought to know at the end of that, oughtn't I?


Williams The voice on the taperecorder and the voice you remember, are they very similar?


Mrs. Fearon Yes.


Williams The same pitch, the same inflections?


Mrs. Fearon Just about.


Several years later, his mother was with him in the afterlife.

Several years later, George Woods and Betty Green sat with Leslie Flint in another seance in which Michael Fearon came through. This time, his mother had crossed over and was with him.




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