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Afterlife Awareness Conference Speaker Elects to Drive 1130 Miles to Event to Safeguard Pre-recorded Purple Paper Messages
–Author Roland Comtois says 19 Hour Drive from Connecticut to St. Louis is Worth it to Keep Spiritually Inspired Papers Safe–
Dayville, CT – (June 15, 2013) They come from those who have passed away to those who remain behind. Spiritually directed and divinely inspired, the messages are shared with Roland Comtois who jots them down on 11 x 17 inch purple papers in black marker and dates them to show when they were received and written. Some have splashes of color on them. Many depict simple drawings to add more specificity to the words written on them. They may be documented with initials, names or numbers. They may be spelled out in phrases or full sentences. Whatever form they take, the Purple Paper messages appear virtually meaningless to the casual observer. Even Roland Comtois, spiritual scribe and medium, doesn’t know what they mean when he writes them. But he does know how precious they are to the people who are waiting to receive them. And he says they are priceless.
That’s why inspirational speaker and bereavement specialist Roland Comtois, author of And Then There Was Heaven and Sixteen Minutes, When One Breath Ends, Another Begins, carries them with him everywhere he goes. That is also why he is driving 1130 miles from his home in Connecticut to St. Louis, Missouri where he is a featured speaker at Third Annual Afterlife Awareness Conference in June. He doesn’t want to take the chance of losing his Purple Papers on a flight where lost baggage is an all too common occurrence. He says he has lost messages like these before, when his briefcase was stolen several years ago, and with it, hundreds of irreplaceable messages carefully transcribed from the hereafter to the here and now.
“The messages that have been preserved on the Purple Papers are all about eternal love, hope and healing. They are key to helping the grief stricken catch their breath and move forward into life again,” said Roland. “When I lost the hundreds of messages that were entrusted to me by spirit, I was heartbroken, and still am. I have seen how much they mean to the people who receive them. They are gifts that cannot be equaled in our lifetime.”
Roland has been tuned into voices of spirit all his life. But it was only in the last 10 years that he started documenting what he hears every day on paper. He has written tens of thousands of these messages, each one dated on a separate purple paper, each one telling a story of a life lived and lost. Many are given out at his presentations to individuals who have been waiting for a message from their loved one, now gone.
He’s carries all of his unclaimed Purple Papers around with him. He never knows when he will hand them out to the people whom they were intended for. But he won’t take a chance and leave them behind in the event he finds their rightful owner. He’s been looking for the Walcott family since 2005 he tells us. He has a message for them that will help them celebrate the life story of the loved ones behind it. He is on a mission to find them and give them their message.
Roland’s Purple Papers have become his signature calling card to the people who come to hear him speak and are unique among those of his calling. Intimate, uncannily accurate and powerful, they stand as tangible evidence of the possibility of an afterlife and are cherished by those who receive them.
Roland typically writes several Purple Papers messages each day, starting in the early morning as he says his prayers. To date he has given out thousands of messages. He knows that is only a drop in the bucket when he considers how many need a message of hope after they lose a loved one.
He is looking forward to speaking at the Afterlife Awareness Conference and sharing his insights on this eternally debated topic, along with his Purple Papers. During the conference, Roland will be talking about mediumship, the existence of spiritual communications through channeled messages and stories about the afterlife and eternal love. He joins a panel of distinguished speakers who include psychiatrist Dr. Raymond Moody, one of the world’s leading researchers on near-death experiences and author of the best selling book, Life After Life, neurosurgeon Dr. Eben Alexander who chronicled his near death experience in the New York Times Best Seller, Proof of Heaven, internationally renowned psychic medium Suzane Northrup, host of the Emmy-nominated TV series, The Afterlife, and other noted experts in bereavement, hospice care medical ethics, afterlife research and spirituality.
Now in its third year, the Afterlife Awareness Conference will be held from June 21 – 23, 2013 at the Sheraton Westport Plaza Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. Visit http://afterlifeconference.com to register and for conference details.
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