A TOUR OF THE AFTERLIFE
SENT IN BY: Joyce
LOCATION: Washington, USA
From 1985 to 1990, I attended UW-Oshkosh. While working on my masters of studio art I developed a close friendship with a professor there named Tom Brady. Everyone loved him and called him Brady. In 1990, Brady was diagnosed with cancer which was quite progressed upon diagnosis. During that final time we were close enough that I had asked him to contact me if there was a way after death. About three months after his death, it was in the night that two hands came up from under my bed and pullled me into another world. Without speaking, he communicated with me and said that I had 25 minutes to get back into my body. He gave me a tour of the other side.
He said it was a temporary place for him. The sun was a dimmer light and people are living how they did in this world with identical settings for them. Seems to be of the happiest times. You do not need food there, and you do not think of the future...you live in the present moment. There are people or souls there from other worlds. He showed me a game room with things I had never seen before. I seemed to float as did he and visually, he was wearing his typical kacki pants and a beige jacket. When I first entered this place, there were black figures migrating toward me floating in a blue space. They were slow but I felt they did not want me there. Brady seemed to know how to avoid them.
When it was time to leave, it must have been late as I had a hard time getting back into my body. I arose from bed and saw what I can describe as a grid, like looking through a screen. That morning, I felt strange as if hours passed in minutes. This experience was so vivid and detailed I will never forget. It was like a parallel dimension where we go to wait to be "recycled". It seemed to be a kind of resting or adjusting place after leaving life here as we know it. Perhaps it is for our astral bodies as a rest period?
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