Messages from the dead

Does your consciousness survive the death of the body? Can the deceased communicate with us? These are two age-old questions that still rightly concern us. In this episode we dive into some of the extraordinary evidence for post-mortem survival, both in the form of spontaneous after-death communication (ADC) and induced after-death communication (IADC). We look at some ancient historical instances of ADC and contemporary cases as well, sourced from everyday people, many of whom were astonished and awestruck by the events, their lives forever changed. In a therapeutic setting, induced ADC has proved to be a particularly powerful healing modality which appears to facilitate intentional communication with “dead people”, thereby allowing the resolution of powerful psychological wounds that otherwise appeared untreatable.

You’ll Learn:

– How an ancient murder was solved by a post-mortem message from the victim
– Which profession experiences the most after-death communications
– How one atheist was shocked into belief in an afterlife
– The difference between hallucinations and IADCs
– Which ancient Greek device allows us to reconnect with deceased loved ones
– The speculative physics of spirit attachment
– Different methods used by discarnate beings to get our attention
– About real life cases of spirit communication using phone calls on disconnected phones

…and MUCH more.

About Brendan D. Murphy
A Truth Addict and Freedom Hacker for the better part of 2 decades now, Brendan D. Murphy has been a stalwart advocate of humanity in the war on consciousness, as he has helped educate, awaken, and inspire thousands of people around the world. Author of the monumental masterpiece (as dubbed by several readers) “The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science and Spirituality – Book 1” and co-founder of the censorship-free Fedbook alternative – Trooth network – Brendan’s life revolves entirely around creating a better, freer, healthier world for all humans.

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5 Responses to “Messages from the dead”

  1. ian says:

    I can relate to this. One particular vivid dream that I had is a good example. It, I have to add meant nothing ’till later in the day. In addition, I often have nightmares too, but the vivid dreams are different and I know them as such, to the extent that my wife will ask me what’s wrong. OK so the dream, and it seemed stupid once waken.

    I dreamt that in the dark, a commercial airliner was trying to land in the housing estate where I lived, stupid yes, but I was terrified. Two women Betty and Carole, real women who are neighbours, had left their landing lights on, and I was desperately telling them to turn them off.
    It sounds stupid, but I was terrified in the dream.

    After I got up, I told my wife about it, and carried on as normal. At about lunchtime, my wife got a phonecall from her sister Betty, to say that her daughter in law Carole had been killed in a car accident at the airport that morning.

  2. ian says:

    I would also like to say, that I believe that what I get, is more like receiving extreme emotion like perhaps radio waves. I’m guessing here, but it’s like, well another one was a guy down the road, he was a junky on smack. I was in a dream, looking out of his bedroom window which was covered in beer and whiskey bottles. His mother was singing loudly in the garden, but the singing turned into crying and wailing.
    He’d died of an OD that night and his Mum had found him.
    As I said, I somehow think I pick up extreme emotion.
    Any info on these things would be appreciated.

  3. Tapestry says:

    Ian, as the post says, these things are very common. We have ESP, intuition, and all kinds of levels that the elites and religions don’t want us to know or think about. My wife knows when someone is about to die, from her dreams. As I write in my book, I’ve had a number of visitations and experiences along the lines mentioned in the post/video. I laughed when you wrote ‘landing lights’! Not such a funny story though.

    • ian says:

      I agree Tap, there are many things we are supposed to ignore. A fascinating subject though.

  4. Tapestry says:

    Do you remember at what age your dreams started to appear, Ian? I remember becoming aware that intuition was playing a growing role in my life at about 35 years. The number of experiences increase with age – especially in time of distress. If we are being given information and advice from outside the earthly realm clearly the elites won’t like that. I find it best to act when I am prompted and only work on the details afterwards. The aim of thepowerful is to send as many human souls as they can into the next world in distress. I believe the reason is to stop the living from benefiting from angelic assistants (ce), and to stop humans from graduating to become angelic souls after death. As the afterlife is so important, more people need to become aware now that the little voice in their heads is far more important than any strong message from government or corporation, and should be acted on. It is important to maintain a content outlook throughout all the attempts by the filth in government (demonically controlled) to destroy human contentment. We are needed to arrive in the afterlife in a state of contentment, not in distress and confusion. The battle on earth is only one theatre of war between good and evil. Be prepared.