In 2004, bad boy Billy Fingers Cohen, a homeless small-time drug dealer and addict in a state of drug induced euphoria ran into a busy intersection and was killed instantly by a speeding automobile. He left behind a grieving sister. For weeks she struggled with grief and tried to make sense of Billy's seemingly wasted life and tragic death.
A few weeks after his death, William Cohen, aka Billy Fingers, woke his sister Annie at dawn. 'I'm drifting weightlessly through these glorious stars and galaxies and I feel a Divine Presence, a kind, loving beneficent presence, twinkling all around me.'
Billy's ongoing after-death communications take his sister on an unprecedented journey into the bliss and wonder of life beyond death. Billy's profound, detailed description of the mystical realms he traverses, the Beings of Light that await him, and the wisdom he receives take the reader beyond the near-death experience. Billy is, indeed, as Dr. Raymond Moody points out in his foreword, explaining the phenomena we've known about since ancient times, an afterworld walker.
A fascinating page-turner filled with wisdom, humour and hope, The Afterlife of Billy Fingers, will forever change your views about life, death and the hereafter.
If I could give you a gift it would be to find the glory inside yourself, beyond the roles and the drama, so you can dance the dance of the game of life with a little more rhythm, a little more abandon, a little more shaking-those-hips.
The afterlife of billy fingers
So grateful to have found this beautiful book. Filled with a sense of wonder and a new found peace. Do yourself a favour, read this book. Then get out and live the best life you can live ❤️
The Afterlife of Billy Fingers
Ms Kagan attended a writers group hoping to learn some writing skills in an already saturated market. This work is the result. Given we all will face out demise sooner or later, we all would like to think our life will eventually make a modicum of sense in this shameless world of greed and avarice, so the channelling genre is not short of contributions, and this is just another one. I rather think Jane Roberts did it better.
If you take this work literally, psychotically or even truthfully is of course, up to you. I'm a little surprised Raymond Moody did.