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Apparitions and Messages: Is There Life After Death?

Is there a life after death? What people say on their deathbed

Is there a life after death? Heaven, hell or rebirth: it's all a question of faith.

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Apparitions and messages from the hereafter. People keep reporting inexplicable experiences. About Theresa Cheung. She landed a bestseller with her book “Answers from Heaven”. In it, she lets numerous people have their say who report on their paranormal encounters with the deceased.

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She herself writes: "I'm not crazy, I even have a Masters in Theology and English from Cambridge University." But she would understand all skeptics. She wouldn't be able to write these lines either if her late mother's voice didn't tell her over 20 years ago to turn right in the car. Had she spun to the left as usual, she would also have been involved in a rear-end collision with a truck that claimed three lives.

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As is well known, the ultimate moment of truth comes in the face of death. Users of the social news platform Reddit exchanged what their relatives revealed before they passed away. Some of the confessions were shocking, others were tragic, and some were actually funny. One user reports that his uncle's last words to his aunt were: "And that the damned undertaker doesn't steal my gold teeth". (Symbol image)

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Another user says that shortly before he died in the hospice, his mother pointed to the silent mother who had come to visit and explained: “What are you doing here ?! I never liked you. " (Symbol image)

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The grandfather of another user didn't tell his son how much he really liked him until he was on his deathbed. Before that, there had always been an inaccessible, often drunk and angry father to his son. (Symbol image)

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Another man asked his daughter on his deathbed to get very close because he had something important to tell her. Then he said, "The good family silver is in the ventilation system, about four and a half meters above the stove." When his daughter looked at him as if he had gone mad, he added: “What! We travel a lot and that's where I hid it. That shit is expensive! " (Symbol image)

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One user reported that his aunt died when he was 17. Shortly before her death, his older brother told her that the younger brother was gay. And his aunt called him into the room and told him that she would accept him for who he was, that she had already been through much harder things. The man still admires the aunt's openness to this day, as he explained, but she actually did not want to believe him that he was actually not homosexual - just because his brother had allowed himself a joke. (Symbol image)

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The grandfather of a Reddit user asked shortly before his death for a cigarette that he wanted to smoke. Everyone in his family was amazed because he had been married for over 45 years and no one in the family, including his own wife, had ever seen him smoke. Apparently he had always indulged his truck outside of the house at work. (Symbol image)

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Another's uncle was in the hospital, terminally ill, and confessed to his wife, to ease his conscience before he died, that he had cheated on her with three women. From that moment on, however, he suddenly felt better and was even discharged from the hospital a week later. But that was when his problems really began. His wife sued him with the help of her brother, a lawyer. The man allegedly died alone and poor seven years later. (Symbol image)

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Everyone involved in the life confession of an old man to his two daughters was not really laughable. He explained to them that they had seven other siblings around the world! As a marine in the Royal Navy during the Second World War, the man had apparently not only targeted the enemy, but had gone into hand-to-hand combat mainly in safe havens. (Symbol image)

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One user reports how his grandpa suddenly opened his eyes on his deathbed, looked at his father and merely whispered to him: "I don't like your sweater". (Symbol image)

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One user tells of how her cancerous mother waved her close to her and whispered the phrase “I hid the money” over and over in her ear with the last of her strength. After closing her eyes and apparently taking her last breath, the mother suddenly burst out laughing and explained to her astonished daughter that she was just playing a prank on her. (Symbol image)

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The story told by a medical student on Reddit is deadly sad. He found out from an HIV-positive woman whom he examined that she had become infected during sex and had only ever been tested because of her deceased partner. His last words to his girlfriend were supposedly: "I'm sorry, I'm so sorry. I wanted to tell you Forgive me". (Symbol image)

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A user can even tell both a negative and a positive story. His uncle died of internal bleeding after a car accident. He told the paramedics in the ambulance. "Tell my wife that Wendy is my daughter and I love her". Wendy was the then 5-year-old girl from the neighbors and the confession led to a real "shit storm". (Symbol image)

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The user's aunt, who was terminally ill with cancer, was only able to hold out with heavy painkillers and had already given up her struggle for survival. Her last audible words - three days before her death, however, were: "Ah, I see the stars, they are beautiful and move freely. Collect them on ... »(symbol picture)

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Is there a life after death? What people say on their deathbed

Is there a life after death? Heaven, hell or rebirth: it's all a question of faith.

Image: Getty Images

Apparitions and messages from the hereafter. People keep reporting inexplicable experiences. About Theresa Cheung. She landed a bestseller with her book “Answers from Heaven”. In it, she lets numerous people have their say who report on their paranormal encounters with the deceased.

Image: Keystone

She herself writes: "I'm not crazy, I even have a Masters in Theology and English from Cambridge University." But she would understand all skeptics. She wouldn't be able to write these lines either if her late mother's voice didn't tell her over 20 years ago to turn right in the car. Had she spun to the left as usual, she would also have been involved in a rear-end collision with a truck that claimed three lives.

Image: Keystone

As is well known, the ultimate moment of truth comes in the face of death. Users of the social news platform Reddit exchanged what their relatives revealed before they passed away. Some of the confessions were shocking, others were tragic, and some were actually funny. One user reports that his uncle's last words to his aunt were: "And that the damned undertaker doesn't steal my gold teeth". (Symbol image)

Image: Keystone

Another user says that shortly before he died in the hospice, his mother pointed to the silent mother who had come to visit and explained: “What are you doing here ?! I never liked you. " (Symbol image)

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The grandfather of another user didn't tell his son how much he really liked him until he was on his deathbed. Before that, there had always been an inaccessible, often drunk and angry father to his son. (Symbol image)