As Roth has noted, Rev. Michelle Coutant transitioned to the Astral Planes on June 18, 2011.
Michelle spent her working … or perhaps I should say serving … life trying to alter our view of the world so that we ceased to see death as a kind of limbo state and realized that life is continuous.
She channeled ascended masters and elevated beings like Sanananda, Archangel Michael, and Melchizedek who brought us word from higher dimensions and planes of existence that lie beyond death on the wonders that await us there, or here in the ascended state.
Now she’s joined her band of sources and I’m sure was welcomed home in style.
How do I know that? Well listen to what people who’ve walked through that door say about the “homecoming” we call “death.”
“Do remember that, to us, your coming over here is no cause for grief – why should we interfere [with the course of an illness], in normal circumstances?” (Philip Gilbert through his mother, Alice , medium, Philip in Two Worlds. London: Andrew Dakers, 1948, 235.)
“We on this side rejoice when the soul of an old friend comes here.” (Mike Swain to his father, Jasper, in From My World to Yours: A Young Man’s Account of the Afterlife. New York: Walker, 1977, 56.)
“When anyone from the old world joins the family circle we get a great thrill.” (Grace Rosher’s mother in Rosher, medium. The Travellers’ Return. London: Psychic Press, 1968, 87.)
“If people really believed what they profess to believe, they would rejoice when a loved one is born into the higher life by death, and not mourn as they do.” (John Heslop through F. Heslop, medium, Speaking Across the Border-Line. Being Letters from a Husband in Spirit Life to His Wife on Earth. London: Charles Taylor, 9th ed., n.d., 119.)
When my Dad transitioned, my twin flame said that he was greeted by the equivalent of a ticker-tape parade. When I spoke to him through Linda Dillon, he said he had no idea that the transition was so easy. Naturally I violated all the laws of listening and asked him why he never listened to me when I discussed that with him many times on his 12th-storey balcony.
Instead Dad would always screw up his face like I was speaking nonsense. He didn’t like to discuss death and couldn’t understand why I was so alright with it. Now he does.
My flame also said that there was no keeping him down. People usually rest after a long illness and the transition. But not Dad. He was off exploring almost the minute he arrived.
So my private thought is that when Michelle arrived at her destination and was probably greeted by AA Michael and Sananda, she said, “Whoopeee!”
Who knows? She may come back through Ronna Herman or Celia Fenn and tell us: “Don’t you cry for me, Argentina!” I would.
She’d probably not want us to think of her passing with long faces but with delight that she is out of this land of tornadoes and earthquakes, hunger and fatigue
So Michelle, thank you for a job well done. i actually spoke to AA Michael about you (through Linda Dillon) back in April and he considered you one of his best. May you now have time off and a well-deserved rest before setting out to explore the wonders of the spirit realm, visit your friends and spirit band, and then rejoin us after Ascension when you’re ready.