Ghost vs. Crossing Over – What Happens When We Die

In this episode, Kelle describes what happens when we die. She talks about the two stages of death: our short period of time as a ghost on the astral plane and then what happens when we cross the veil to the other side. She talks about how we choose our life before we incarnate again and how our soul families help us to experience new things in each incarnation. In addition, Kelle defines and tells us how to access the Akashic Record, the collection of information that exists in the eternal point of now that contains all of the information from every lifetime of every person ever.


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–Written by: Kelle Sparta

–Performed by: Kelle Sparta and Daniel Singer

–Produced by: Daniel Singer

Reference material mentioned in the episode:


–The Others, Released 8/10/01. Copyright: Dimension Films, USA

–What Dreams May Come, Released 10/04/98. Copyright: Polygram Filmed Entertainment, USA

–Harry Potter Series, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone Released 11/16/01. Copyright: Warner Bros., USA

-TV Shows:

–Supernatural, Currently running since 2005. Copyright: Warner Bros., USA


Kelle Sparta, The Spirit Doctor, Spirit Sherpa, Spirit, Spiritual Life, Realms, Shaman, Shamanism, Life Transformation, Ghosts, Inter-dimensional, Astral Plane, Akashic Records, Death, Veil, Soul Families, Other Side, Incarnate, Incarnation

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