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20 Afterlife Signs and Contacts

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20 Types of Afterlife Signs

by Christine Duminiak

What is an After-Death Communication?
An After-Death Communication (ADC) is a spiritual experience, which occurs when you are contacted directly and spontaneously by a deceased family member or friend, without the use of psychics, mediums, rituals, or devices of any kind. It's estimated that 50-100 million Americans (20-40% of the population of the United States) have had one or more ADC experiences. (Judith and Bill Guggenheim)

20 Types of After-Death Communications (ADCs) are listed below from Christine Duminiak’s book,
God’s Gift Of Love: After-Death Communications

1. Dreams - Tips for getting dream vists.
2. Visions
3. Pets
4. Audio & Music
5. Godincidences
6. Telepathic Thoughts
7. Scents
8. Touches
9. Presence
10. Electrical Manipulations
11. Computers
12. Phone Calls, Text Msgs., Answering Machines, Caller IDs
13. Photos
14. Objects
15. Gifts
16. Coins
17. Butterflies, Dragonflies, Birds, Animals, Insects
18. Rainbows
19. Numbers, license plates
20. Candles

IMPORTANT: Help For Getting An ADC “Sign”: Please go directly to God and ask Him to allow your loved one to visit you and to grant you a comforting “sign”. Then after your prayer, specify to your loved one which specific sign from the above 20 you would recognize as a sign from them! Ask others to pray for you too!
May God bless you! Christine Duminiak

Vatican and Afterlife Contacts

The Vatican Believes in the Feasibility of the Dead to Communicate With the Living
source: Click to Read Article

Beliefnet and Afterlife Contacts and Signs

Beliefnet survey reveals that there are people of many religious traditions
who believe they see dead people Click to read Beliefnet article

Fallen Soldier Justin Rollins Sends Family An After-Death Communication