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Alfred Frost communicates

Recorded: July 1968

“My daughter picked some roses

and put them on my coffin.”

Alfred Frost shares details of his life - and his death - and describes

how he was first greeted by his wife, who had died before him.

Alfred recalls reading a series of articles about the afterlife

written by Reverend George Vale Owen,

but says that most people have almost no knowledge of the subject.

He talks about his funeral

and watched his daughter place roses on his coffin,

but no matter what he did, she could not see or hear him at all.

Alfred even struggled to get through to a medium at first.

Alfred describes his life in the spirit world, in a community of like-minded souls,
with parks and fountains and where children play
 and where he continues his love of carving and furniture-making.

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“My daughter picked some roses and put them on my coffin.”

He suggests that the world will always face difficulties,
 if we do not begin to consider the spiritual aspects of life.

He tellsListen to the recording of Alfred Frost. 
 

https://www.leslieflint.com/alfred-frost-1968

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