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Critics sometimes complain that we get nothing meaningful from spirit communication. They say that it is just bits of obscure information and trivia that may serve as evidence for survival of consciousness after death but that it tells us nothing about the afterlife environment. Such claims are clearly false. I have scores of books in my library in which communicating spirits have given detailed reports on afterlife conditions. One of the very best books in this regard is Letters from a Living Dead Man. I discovered it in a used-book store some 20 years ago and was mesmerized by the wealth of information coming from Judge David Patterson Hatch through the hand of Elsa Barker an American teacher poet author and playwright. I enter your mind putting myself in absolute telepathic rapport with your mind impressing upon your mind itself the things I wish to say Hatch who transitioned to the spirit world in 1912 explained to Barker who was in a semi-trance state when receiving the letters. In the trilogy of books beginning in 1914 Judge Hatch explained what he had encountered in his new existence. He told of his initial confusion his struggles his adjustments his encounters with other souls his observations his teachers his activities and his progress. In the process he offered much philosophy and wisdom. If you could only get hold of the idea of immortal life and cling to it! he offered. If you could realize yourself as being without beginning and without end then you might commence to do things worthwhile. If you are going on a trip to a foreign country youll likely prepare for the trip by reading about your destination in advance. Since we are all destined to make a very big trip at the end of our lives it makes only sense to find out as much as possible now so that the journey is a pleasant one. I can think of no better reference than the Letters trilogy to prepare for that journey. Michael E. Tymn Vice-President Academy of Spirituality and Paranormal Studies Inc. & Author of The Articulate Dead

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