Best of Erik: The Universal Language of the Afterlife

Greetings fellow Netizens and welcome to the Mike/Elisa/Erik show.

Today’s feature presentation will be Erik’s take on the Language of the Afterlife. And I’m sure a few of you will be relieved to know it extends beyond four letter expletives.

Hold onto your seats, here we go.

Channeling Transcript

Me: Do they have a universal language where you are, Erik? I mean, how do souls speak over there?

Erik: It’s kinda the same as telepathy, but it has to do more with feeling what’s being said. Feelings are energy based and we are energy so… Mouths don’t move.

Me: Oh!

Erik: Well of course! It’s not like we have real lips and vocal cords and stuff! We don’t need that. There’s a lot to say about—oh, let me just show you.

(Long pause)

Jamie: Ah! That was a really cool visual.

Me: Hm!

Jamie: Um, if you can imagine a person standing in a room and all of the thoughts and words and how they feel are rotating around them, almost like a solar system.

Me: Uh, huh.

Jamie: And so when another person walks up to them, all of the information is accessible.

Me: Wow!

Jamie: It doesn’t have to be translated.

Erik: Yeah, it’s like information is coded in energy. Information is energy and vice versa. So since we’re all energy, including you guys, all that information is accessible, but it’s more freely accessible between souls over here. How do you think psychics channel or tap into the past or present? How does someone in the car next to you at a stop light sense when you’re watching him pick his nose and then turns to look at you?

Me: Oh!

Erik: It can be felt, merged with, communicated in many different ways. But telepathic, well, I guess that’s the best way I know how to explain it, Mom.

Me: This is all so fascinating, Erik. Thank you, my love.

 

NB. Just a little off topic I know, but a big congratulations to the US Soccer Team for your superb efforts against Belgium. You’ve come a very long way in such a short period of time. And for others I have no doubt you’ll be glad the World Cup is over. In 2018 it’s hosted by Russia, which should be interesting. Mike

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