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    DescriptionAnnie Kagan is not a medium or a psychic, she did not die and come back to life; in fact, when she was awakened by her deceased brother, she thought perhaps she had gone a little crazyIn "The Afterlife of Billy Fingers: How My Bad-Boy Brother Proved to Me There's Life After Death," Kagan shares the extraordinary story of her after death communications (ADC) with her brother Billy, who began speaking to her just weeks after his unexpected death.One of the most detailed and profound ADC's ever recorded, Kagan's book takes the reader beyond the near-death experience. Billy's vivid, real-time account of his on-going journey through the mysteries of death will change the way you think about life. Death and your place in the Universe.In his foreword, Dr. Raymond Moody, author of "Life after Life," explains the phenomena of walkers between the worlds, known to us since ancient times, and says that Dr. Kagan's thought-provoking account is an excellent example.


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    Karrie Blennerhassett The Afterlife of Billy Fingers�¢?�¦what an amazing book.

    Whether you are just interested or in my case totally fascinated in near death experiences or if on the other hand you are fearful of death, this book is totally worth reading.

    In the depth of her despair from losing her brother, Annie Kagan obviously reaches a point of crossing the life/death barrier and communicates with her beloved brother Billy.

    This book is full of insights that opened up for me a truth of life after death. It absolutely resonated with my Soul. The only downside is that it ended.

    If this knowledge were taught mainstream, the world would be transformed into a place where everyone was living true to themselves, totally lacking fear.

    I hope that this review encourages many people to purchase the book enabling them to view their life here in a brand new perspective. by Karrie Blennerhassett

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