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Montague’s Message for Sunday, 20th May 2007

Well, my darling, I did try to prepare you for your sister's passing. Eileen has, at last, given up her struggle for life. She came peacefully, yesterday. I am aware of your distress at not being with her at the end. Trust me, it was better this way. "Why did no one ever tell me it was so easy" was her immediate reaction when she was reunited with her family. She is now in the process of adjusting to being with her family again. Your mother has put so much into encouraging her to let go of her grip on life.

As you walked along the strand, this morning, it was at its most beautiful. You remembered the last time, when I was by your side. Today, I walked with you in Spirit. We linked together. It was quite spiritual. We felt as One. You walked alone, yet you were not alone. You wondered if we could write together today. Well, my dear, if we could not do it here, surrounded by such beauty, the magnificent mountains and the majesty of the sea, then we could not do it anywhere. It is, after all, God's Own Country. That's what they say, is it not! Your sadness is understandable. You feel the loss of your sister as well as the last link with Kerry. Know, my dear, that she is in a better place now.

Our programme goes on. Good news and results coming every day, everything happening just as planned. When A. returns, he will put the finance in place to go into production. Your world is crying out for this, and with our guidance and connections, we will proceed. It is your grandchildren and their generation who will reap the benefit of the little black box. I promised big changes this year. Even you will be surprised. Things you never, ever expected to happen, will happen. To be able to make a difference in your world is exciting for us, too; but without you, it would be so difficult. It had been tried in the past without success. We do need you, darling.

Yes, I do think it's time you did a documentary. I will guide you. Make sure at all times that you retain control. We cannot afford the wrong information, or what we do, to be shown in the wrong light. You know there are people out there who would love to sensationalise everything, and lose completely the message to mankind. We cannot allow you to be hurt in any way. You have so much evidence to satisfy even the most sceptical mind. You fear the people who try to suggest that you are missing your husband so much that you imagine it all. There are also PEOPLE OUT THERE, WHO ARE TERRIFIED that you just might be right, and they cannot face that. So you are between a rock and a hard place. We in Spirit, will guide you, my love.

It is going to be difficult for you over the next few days, having to listen to the absolute rubbish spoken in good faith by the priests, etc, who are dealing with your sister’s funeral. You are bursting to stand up there and tell them how wrong they are, how beautiful death is, and what they have to look forward to, and how close the Spirit World is right now. Try to resist doing it. They are not ready for it. Even your extended family have closed minds and will resist listening to what you have to say. Even if I walked in to the church and spoke to them, they would say it was some trick or other. They will, in time, come to understand, as will everyone else. You, my love, knew me better than anyone else in my life, and so, trust me completely, and I thank you for it. I think I have said that before, but sometimes it’s nice to reiterate it.

Think of these few days in Ireland as being good for the Spirit, as well as the body, breathing clean fresh sea air. The beauty of the place is almost magical. I am so glad you shared it with me when I was on Earth. I had my last birthday there with you. Yes, I too, remember how happy we were, then. We will always be together, and we will make the world a better place for all.

Try to enjoy being with your extended family, even though it’s a sad occasion. Certainly, enjoy the fantastic food. I always enjoyed that in Ireland. Just think how Eileen would love, right now, to turn up in the church and tell them a thing or two. That should bring a smile to your face. Remember that, as you sit through it.

Know that I am at your side. Relax and enjoy the family. Our work goes on, our link is solid. Look after yourself. Enjoy the surroundings and breath in that wonderful sea air. I am at your side now, as I always will be. Your Monty.