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I Got Your Message!: Understanding Signs…

I Got Your Message!: Understanding Signs From Deceased Loved Ones (Always…

by Joseph M. Higgins

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0982571623, Paperback)

Why millions believe in signs from the departed…and you should too! • What we can learn from signs • Why people refuse to accept signs • Why don't I get a sign? • Do children see signs more than adults? These and of other inquiring questions will be answered in this book as well as dozens of true stories of sign recognition from the other side! Part of the Always Connected Series

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