Category Archives: Afterlife

Anne Heche: Suicide doesn’t cure you, it just kills you

“Things are good, but I don’t want anyone to think that suicide is painless. Far from it. I have a lot of compassion for those who do it. This is something I would like to spare people, to know you have to do the work while physical. Please get the help you need.” Continue reading

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Healing in the Afterlife

I was asked to provide more information about what the healing process is like in the afterlife. The content here was authored by the Committee, the group of energies who facilitated the transmission of my book, Afterlives: Firsthand Accounts of … Continue reading

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Lighten Up, People: Hunter S. Thompson Afterlife Interview (Part 3)

I decided to allow whoever wanted to come through to do that and surprise me. Hunter came through again! I have not come so far in the world only to not say what I have learned now that I’m dead. … Continue reading

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The Big Rodeo in the Sky: Hunter S. Thompson Afterlife Interview (Part 2)

Readers had these followup questions to “The Framework is Holy: Hunter S. Thompson Afterlife Interview (Part 1)”. Your family seemed accepting of your suicide, as you had spoken about it in the past. What was your mindset, and would you … Continue reading

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The Framework is Holy: Hunter S. Thompson Afterlife Interview (Part 1)

One morning at 4 am I wasn’t sleeping and, in the most random way possible, had the impulse to talk to Hunter S. Thompson. When awake, I autotyped this, starting out by asking … “would you be interested in speaking … Continue reading

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