One of the more interesting things about studying ADC's is the affect when the living person integrates such events with their every day reality. In the early part of this century, a woman begins the process of "automatic writing". It is though someone takes over her hand and writes the document. Days later she finds out that the man has died thousands of miles away and she is now serving as a conduit as he tells of life after death through her. Readers of the book, originally published in 1914 under the name Letters From a Living Dead Man, invariably concur that the book removed from them the fear of dying. It is an eyewitness account, while the storyteller is still there. The book goes into detail of "life" on the other side, including the consequences of suicide; how ones loved ones find each other and the relationship with higher beings.
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(228mm x 152mm x 20mm)
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