The OC chapter of the International Association for Near Death Studies (IANDS) is hosting speaker Frances W Greenspan, an animal communicator. She speaks with animals both here and to those who have crossed over by tuning in telepathically to their spirit/higher self to ask questions and receive their answers.
She’ll be speaking on the death experience of animals, their afterlife, and how it compares to that of humans.
Frances has appeared on numerous pet related radio shows, in print and online magazines, and is author of the book “What Do Your Pets Want You to Know? My Story of Animal Communication”.
She’s also an artist, specializing in illustrations of animals. She was recognized by Cat Fancy Magazine as one of the most gifted animal artists in the world.
Feel free to invite all your pet owner friends and everyone else who has an interest in this topic or near-death experiences to join us.
This is an ever-growing area of interest according to the producer of Fox LA News. At OC IANDS’ meeting last month, they were there filming segments for a piece on near-death experiences. It will be televised Monday, October 10th, 2011 during the 10pm news hour. The story will also be on their website after it plays.
Q & A will follow her talk. If you have questions that are not necessarily animal related, but concerning near-death or any spiritually transformative experience, you’re welcome to ask those as well. Group members with first hand knowledge of these kinds of experiences may join in to help answer those questions.
Afterwards, everyone is invited to a no-host dinner beginning 4:20 pm at Mimi’s Café, 17231 17th St., Tustin, CA. The restaurant phone number is 714-544-5522.
We encourage a donation of $10 per person for our expenses, but no one is turned away. RSVP at email@example.com.
OC IANDS meets the 2nd Saturday of each month, from 1pm-4pm at Unity Church of Tustin, 14402 Prospect Ave., Tustin, CA. Drive to the back of the church, turn left, and park. The first room you come to will be the classroom where we meet. If you get lost, call Robin at 949-290-1949.