Several years ago I went to this workshop at the local college, it was put on by an older woman. I can’t remember what she was teaching, something to do with dreams – I think. She wasn’t a very good speaker, she just read from this thick binder that she had placed in front of her. But she herself, was very intriguing and after the workshop I got to speak with her. She told me about this phenomena where the souls of people that have died, inhabit the living. She referred me to a book about it, called The Unquiet Dead by Dr. Edith Fiore. I got the book and I couldn’t put it down. If what Dr. Fiore says is true, some people when they die, don’t crossover. But instead stay on the earth plane and take over people’s bodies. The people being possessed have no idea what’s going on, and they apparently start behaving in ways that are often destructive. This got my imagination going, and it wasn’t long before I was writing about it in a novel form. It took several years for it to become Breaking the Beyond.
When I wrote Breaking the Beyond, I sincerely thought I’d come up with the concept of Deathwalkers on my own. A few years after the novel was published, I came across a website that claims there are beings that escort newly-deceased souls. Check it out, it’s soulsearchers.spheresoflight.com.au. I contacted Janine Donnellan, the leader of the soul searchers and she explained that there are also people who are Deathwalkers. And like in my first novel, Breaking the Beyond, these enlightened people assist souls in crossing over. So like I said, here I was thinking I’d come up with this totally new and original idea. Only to discover that Deathwalkers have been known and acknowledged for centuries. Which really excites me and I’d love the opportunity to connect with present day practicing Deathwalkers. So if you are one yourself or you know someone that is, send me a message.