Esther and Jerry Hicks When Things Were Good
Where Was Esther Hicks and Abraham when Jerry Died?
On November 18, 2011, according to an email from Esther Hicks five days later, her husband Jerry Hicks died at the age of 84.
Jerry Hicks' death came just six months after he disclosed in an email that he was hospitalized and receiving chemotherapy.
Something new: Jerry and Esther Hicks Spiritual Money Tree
To most, it’s not surprising that an 84-year-old man might die, but those in the spiritual movement founded by Jerry and Esther Hicks have been unable to come to terms with it. The Abraham-Hicks organization can’t acknowledge that death can be painful and involuntary. That would be inconsistent with the teachings pitched at workshops and in books for twenty-five years.
It seemed likely that Jerry was the actual source of the “eternal wisdom” delivered by a hundred non-living entities that Esther Hicks channeled in the persona of Abraham.
On the Abraham-Hicks Website, Jerry Hicks Lives On
Three years after Esther Hicks announced his death, the Abraham-Hicks website still portrays Jerry Hicks as being in the best of health.
These two fun loving adventure-seekers are currently breathing in huge lungsful of joy as they figure-eight across the United States in their rock star monster bus....
You thought Jerry Hicks died, didn't you? You are wrong.
Don't be at all surprised if—as you pass—you get an enthusiastic smile and a wave from two kids wearing goofy red clown noses.
It's just Jerry & Esther Hicks, on their way to more fun and adventure!
It's right there on the website. "Today, the spring in Jerry's step rivals men half his age."
Esther, Jerry and Abraham wouldn't put out false information like that, would they?
And it isn't just the website. Esther continues to sign off her email blasts with a combination of hers, Jerry's and Abraham's names.
For those who haven’t been following this saga, the website calls Abraham "a group consciousness from the non-physical dimension." Abraham is the source of “the wisdom that is pouring forth through Esther.” The Hicks prefer not to use the word “channeling,” although in reality it's nothing but.