An After-Death Communication, or ADC, is a spiritual experience that occurs when someone is contacted directly and spontaneously by a family member or friend who has died. An ADC is a direct experience because no psychics, mediums, therapists, rituals, or devices are involved. And an ADC is a spontaneous event because our deceased loved ones always choose when, where, and how they will contact us.
Definition of After-Death Communications (ADCs)
ADCs have been categorized into 13 types.
Sensing a Presence: Sentient ADCs
Hearing a Voice: Auditory ADCs
Feeling a Touch: Tactile ADCs
Smelling a Fragrance: Olfactory ADCs
Partial Appearances: Visual ADCs 1
Full Appearances: Visual ADCs 2
A Glimpse Beyond: ADC Visions
Encounters at Alpha: Twilight ADCs
More Than A Dream: Sleep-State ADCs
Homeward Bound: Out-Of-Body ADCs
Person-to-Person: Telephone ADCs
Material Matters: ADCs of Physical Phenomena
Butterflies and Rainbows: Symbolic ADCs