After-Death Communication (ADC) Experiences
Personal Accounts - Butterflies and Rainbows: Symbolic ADCs
Margot, age 31, is a clerk for an antique store in Washington. She
had this lovely ADC after her uncle died of cancer:
We were at my Uncle Teddy’s funeral in our Catholic church. I was
praying during Mass and thinking of him. All of a sudden, this butterfly
came fluttering down the aisle and stopped right by us. It was a real
pretty orange and brown one.
It fluttered around us, then turned and went up to where my sister
was playing the piano. It did a twirl, then went over by the casket and
up by the altar. Then the butterfly just flew off.
It was wonderful! It was a miracle! As long as I have gone to that
church, that is the only time I’ve ever seen a butterfly inside. Of all
the churches in the world, how many do you think had butterflies in them
at that moment in time?
Walter, a 58-year-old real estate broker in Arizona, had this
transcendent moment after his wife, Arlene, died of cancer:
It was a misty, rainy, totally overcast day. There was no sky visible
anywhere. I spread Arlene’s ashes around a tall ponderosa pine tree up
in the White Mountains and said a prayer. Then I walked back to my car
about forty feet away and said another prayer.
As I stood up, a shaft of bright, golden light came through the
clouds and shone around the base of the tree. It only lit up that
particular spot where Arlene’s ashes were. The light did not illuminate
It was an amazing experience – it was just incredible! I thanked the
good Lord. I knew it was God letting me know that Arlene was with Him