Tag Archives: death

News – Website’s update: Seeing others’ Souls

Here we are with a new publication, and we are sure you will find it very interesting!…

What will we deal with this time? Well, we will try to answer the following question: “Is it possible, even if only in certain circumstances, to see the Soul of someone who is near us?”

‘Seeing others’ Souls’ (Sony Nex-7 - 105mm, Nov. 2015) To answer this question, we would like to let you listen to the words of Father Emidio Alessandrini, a Franciscan friar who, during his long religious experience, has witnessed many unusual events. Following his video-interview you will be able to hear, directly from him, the story of some “anomalous” events. To his astonishment and sometimes even disappointment, rather than seeing the usual faces of his interlocutors, he saw monstrous and decaying faces, a sort of tangible manifestations, perhaps, of the condition of their Souls. To his great joy, in some circumstances, however, the faces that showed up before his eyes were filled by such a beauty to convince him that, somehow, Paradise had already been glimpsed.

Are you curious to know something more? Then, go directly to our new page by clicking HERE.

Enjoy it and please don’t forget to post your comments!

E.A. – V.G.

News – Website’s update: I will love you even beyond death

Here we are with a new publication!

We have decidedto release our new video-interview during Easter season because we want to tell you a beautiful love story. Well, what is it about? In the section “A bridge to the Afterlife”, you will find the new page “I will love even beyond death” (for direct access, click here).

"The two worlds" (by a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, with zoom Canon 24-105mm - Rome, 2014)You will be able to watch the first story of Mrs. Raffaella Raffaelli, who has taught religion for a short period of her life. Her recount will bring us back to about seven and a half years ago, only two months after the death of her husband Carlo. Raffaella will tell us what happened to her one morning, when her granddaughter, who was only three years old and was playing in her room, suddenly showed up, bringing her a note with a sentence in Latin, handwritten: “TE DILIGERE NON INTERMITTAM”(I will not cease to love you)…

Don’t miss this short video, which has the undoubted value of being able to carry you far beyond the words used… Death is not the end of everything, and love will always have the last word!…

Don’t forget to post a comment and let us know your similar stories, if you have any.

Enjoy it!

E.A. – V.G.

 

News – Website’s update: Final greetings

Here we are with our first publication of the new year! Some days have passed since our previous release at the end of 2014 but we believe that, once you have seen what we have decided to publish for you, you will deem it to be worth. Well, what is it? Following the path “Windows unto the future” > “Revealing deceased” you will find the new page “Final greetings” (for direct access, click here).

“Hope” (Porto Ercole – Feniglia Beach, Italy - photo by G. Cheli, Samsung Nexus, 2014)Here you can find the second story of Mrs. Giovanna Alessandrini, teacher now retired and very skilled painter, that will bring us back to about ten years ago, when our protagonist used to assist an elderly lady, more than eighty years old, blind, very sick and forced on a wheelchair.

Do not miss the opportunity to follow this short story, that is really so meaningful and deeply comforting, even for those who are possibly in a period of profound personal or family suffering… Death is not the end! Love always has the last word!…

Post a comment and tell us, if you have any, similar stories, it will be a favor that you will do to all.

Enjoy the video-interview!

E.A. – V.G.

 

Frontiers of Death (Limina Mortis): reasons for this definition

In front of mystery, there are two extreme positions:

  • trying to explain it, providing a translation of what, by nature, is “Beyond” and “Other” into an understandable language, but with the risk of falling into banality or ridicule;
  • otherwise, remaining silent for the sake of seriousness and dignity.

Our position remains at the threshold, without any trespassing and without shame.

Far be it from us to use anecdotes for defining the mystery of mysteries: death.

On the other hand, we don’t think that collecting and showing what has been glimpsed through some “cracks” may be an inappropriate or unnecessary action.

The <elsewhere> has always stimulated both research and adventure, even more when what is related to eternity is at stake!

E.A. – V.G.