BOXBOROUGH, MA (October 10, 2013) – The Conference on Animals in the Afterlife, featuring leading experts in the field of after-death encounters, reincarnation, and communication with spirit animals, will be held at the Holiday Inn in Boxborough, MA on November 3, 2013. The inaugural one-day event is sponsored by Animal Communicator Maureen Harmonay of Animal Translations.
The Conference’s keynote address will be given by award-winning author and animal advocate, Kim Sheridan. Her ground-breaking book, Animals and the Afterlife, chronicling true stories about after-death apparitions by spirit animals, has offered immense comfort and reassurance to those who have lost a treasured companion animal.
Other presenters will relate stories of ghostly apparitions by paranormal pets, and animals who have seemingly reincarnated to rejoin their human families, months or years after they shed their original physical bodies. The other speakers include noted paranormal investigator Jeff Belanger of GhostVillage.com, who will relate stories about ghostly encounters with paranormal pets; Alexis Brooks, host of CLN Radio’s Conscious Inquiry, who will discuss the evidence for animal reincarnation, including her experience with her own reincarnated cat; and Maureen Harmonay, who will share compelling evidence for the existence of an afterlife for animals, based on validated details from her telepathic consultations with animals after their deaths.
Respected psychic medium Joanne Gerber will make spontaneous live connections with spirits from the families of some of the lucky attendees, in the fervent hope that departed spirit animals will come through during this dramatic finale to what promises to be a thoroughly amazing day.
Attendees will be entered to win one of several prizes, which include autographed copies of Animals and the Afterlife, complimentary animal communication consultations with Maureen Harmonay, and a custom acrylic portrait of an animal of their choosing by popular animal artist Kerrie Ascoli.
Conference organizer Maureen Harmonay said, “Whether you come as a skeptic or as a believer, you’ll leave this event knowing that these afterlife connections are possible for you and the animals who have meant so much to you, no matter how many months or years it’s been since you said good-bye.”
Conference registration is $149 through October 25th, and $169 thereafter. Half-day registration (afternoon only) is $99. For more information, including descriptions of the topics to be covered during the speakers’ presentations, visit The Conference on Animals in the Afterlife website.