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Afterlife of Billy Fingers, The

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One of the most detailed after-death communications ever recorded, The Afterlife of Billy Fingers takes you on an unprecedented journey into the mysteries of life beyond death.

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Publisher's Synopsis
Annie 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 crazy. In 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.

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"The Afterlife of Billy Fingers is an extraordinary example of extended after-death communication. It's one of the most powerful, liberating, and healing books on 'life after death' I've ever read. In fact, you may have a spiritual experience while reading it that will transform your beliefs about life, death, and the afterlife. I cannot recommend it highly enough to everyone who is grieving the death of a child, spouse, parent, or any other loved one."     ~Bill Guggenheim, Hello From Heaven!

"Let Billy Fingers take you on a journey to the world which awaits you when you leave this earthly shell. Through Billy's sister Annie, he takes YOU on a voyage between the realm of possibilities and gives you a glimpse of how life in the spirit world is lived. The time has come to familiarize yourself with the amazing world of Spirit and Billy is your perfect guide."      ~James Van Praagh, Talking to Heaven

"Greek philosophers even had a name for the people who somehow suspended between this life and the next life, 'walkers between the worlds.' Dr. Kagan's thought-provoking account is an excellent example."        ~Raymond Moody, M.D., Ph.D., Life After Life

"The Afterlife of Billy Fingers reaffirms the NDEs experiences of the light and love I encountered on the other side. It's an engaging account of the transformation of the spirit and I highly recommend."       ~Dannion Brinkley, Saved by the Light

"I read The Afterlife of Billy Fingers in 90 Minutes... I could not put it down… what a great book, really one of the best in this genre."       ~Arielle Ford, The Soulmate Secret

Excerpt
"After three weeks of post-death misery, it was my birthday. Just before sunrise, as I was waking up, I heard someone calling my name from above me. Annie! Annie! It’s me! It’s me! It’s Billy. It was Billy’s unmistakable deep, mellow voice. I was startled, but not at all afraid. In fact, I felt comforted. 'Billy?' I said, half asleep. 'You can’t be here. You’re dead. I must be dreaming.' You’re not dreaming. It’s me! Get up and get the red notebook.

Suddenly, I was very much awake. I’d completely forgotten about the red leather notebook Billy had sent me last year for my birthday. I was touched that he had made the effort to send me a gift even though he was becoming overwhelmed by his addictions. I jumped out of bed and found the red notebook on a shelf in my bedroom closet.

The pages were blank, except for an inscription written on the first page. Dear Annie, Everyone needs a book dedicated to them. Read between the lines. Love, Billy. What a strange thing for Billy to have written! Read between the Lines?

I ran my fingers over the familiar handwriting. Then I heard him again. It’s really me, Annie. And I’m okay, it’s okay because... I grabbed a pen and wrote what he was saying in the red notebook.

The first thing that happens is bliss, at least it was like that in my case. I don’t know if it’s that way for everyone who dies. As the car hit me, this energy came and sucked me right out of my body into a higher realm. I say 'higher' since I had the feeling of rising up and suddenly all my pain was gone.

I don’t remember hovering over my body or looking down on it or anything like that. I guess I was pretty anxious to get out of there. I knew right away I was dead, and went with it, more than ready for whatever was waiting.

I wasn’t aware of traveling at any particular speed. I just felt light and unburdened as the sucking motion drew me up inside a chamber of thick silvery blue lights. People who have near death experiences sometimes say they went through a tunnel. I’m using the word 'chamber' because a tunnel has sides, but no matter what direction I looked, there was nothing but light for as far as I could see. Maybe the difference is I had a one-way ticket and theirs was a round-trip.

And even though I didn’t have my body anymore, it felt like I did and that it was being healed. The lights in the chamber penetrated me and made me feel better and better as they pulled me up. It wasn’t just the wounds from my car accident that were being healed. In the first nanosecond that the lights touched me, they erased any harm I suffered during my lifetime: physical, mental, emotional or otherwise.

Soon, Daddy appeared right there beside me, young and smiling and handsome as ever. He was making jokes and asking, 'What took you so long?' It was so great, seeing Daddy, but I’m guessing he was there to be a familiar landmark in foreign territory. I’m saying that because he was only with me for part of the ride and Daddy definitely wasn’t the main event.

The main event was the silvery lights and their party atmosphere. Those healing lights had a festive feeling, like they were cheering me on, saying welcome home, son.

I can’t say how long I was floating up the healing chamber because I no longer have a sense of time. But I can say that chamber was some kind of cosmic birthing canal that delivered me into this new life.

I want you to know, darling, there’s nothing hard or cruel for me anymore. I glided from the chamber right out into the glorious Universe. I’m drifting weightlessly through space with these gorgeous stars and moons and galaxies twinkling all around me. The whole atmosphere is filled with a soothing hum, like hundreds of thousands of voices are singing to me but they’re so far away I can just barely hear them.

And although I can’t exactly say anyone was here to greet me, as soon as I came out of the chamber I felt a Divine Presence, a kind, loving, beneficent presence, and really, that was enough.

In addition to the Divine Presence I also feel beings around me, Higher Beings, I guess you would call them. I can’t explain why I’m using the word 'beings,' and not the singular; I just know there’s more than one. I can’t see or hear them, but I can feel them moving about, swooshing by, doing different things that concern yours truly. And although I haven’t got a clue what these things might be, I’m guessing that floating out here in space is euphoric instead of terrifying because I’m being attended to by this celestial crew.

I’m looking down on the earth, and it is down. It’s like there’s a hole in the sky, a hole between our two worlds, I can look through and see you. I know how sad you are about my death. Sad is too small a word. Bereft is more like it. But death isn’t as serious as you think it is, honey. So far, it’s very enjoyable. Couldn’t be better, really. Try not to take death too seriously. As a matter of fact, try not to take life too seriously. You’d enjoy yourself a lot more. That’s one of the secrets of life. You want to know another secret? Saying goodbye isn’t as serious as it seems either, because we will meet again."

Biography
Annie Kagan, a chiropractor and songwriter living in Manhattan, abandoned her hectic city life in search of serenity in a small, secluded house by the bay.

When her brother Billy died unexpectedly and began speaking to her from the afterlife, Annie agreed to accompany him on his journey through the mysteries of death. As Billy reaches from the “other side” to change his sister’s life and the lives of those around her, he shares secrets about the bliss and wonder to come in the afterlife.

Author Kagan, Annie
Book Type Trade Paperback
Page Count 208 pp.
Publisher Hampton Roads Publishing 2013
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