The story of the Rich Man and Lazarus suggests, "No." Travel and communication between the realms of life and death is neither permitted (laws against using mediums and spiritists) nor possible (absent God's intervention, such as with Enoch and Elijah).
"And besides all this, between us and you a great chasm has been set
in place, so that those who want to go from here to you cannot, nor
can anyone cross over from there to us." (Luke 16:26)
The story of the souls under the altar suggests, "Yes!"
9 When he opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of
those who had been slain because of the word of God and the testimony
they had maintained. 10 They called out in a loud voice, “How long,
Sovereign Lord, holy and true, until you judge the inhabitants of the
earth and avenge our blood?” 11 Then each of them was given a white
robe, and they were told to wait a little longer, until the full
number of their fellow servants, their brothers and sisters, were
killed just as they had been. (Revelation 6:9-11)
Those souls under the altar have not yet been resurrected, as the resurrection of the dead in Christ and glorification of those still alive at the time of Christ's coming happens at the same time, according to Saint Paul, as written in 1 Thessalonians 4:15. Yet those souls are able to speak to the Sovereign Lord in prayer and petition to Him to execute justice. Furthermore, their petition, delivered via John before they even lived, has come to our ears. Their words, found in Holy Scripture can reach us, teach us, and move us. Thus through the intermediating office of the Apostle John and the Word, such souls are part of our lives.
One more piece of evidence suggests another yes. It concerns the authority delegated to the Virgin Mary. The Gospel of John and the Book of Revelation are curious in their construction. They form a chiasm with one another. If you compare the seven sign miracles of John to the division of Revelation into pieces at the places where thunder is heard (other than the speech of the Seven Thunders), there is a marvelous pattern. (The fourth and fifth miracles swap places, but there is warrant for this from Job 3 and other places where the 4th and 5th parts of a group of seven are intentionally swapped. Too much detail to get into here.)
The chiasm has these matches. The Revelation reference is to where the thunder verse occurs. The events from Revelation are from its corresponding section, which may span several chapters.
- 1st miracle: Wedding at Cana, changing water into wine.
- 7th thunder: Rev 19:6 Wedding supper of the Lamb.
What was Mar's role?
- 2nd miracle: Heal official's son; near story of the Samaritan woman at the well.
- 6th thunder: Rev 16:18. The harvest of the earth.
This harvest includes people from all cultures, including Samaritans.
- 3nd miracle: Paralytic is healed and told to stop sinning.
- 5th thunder: Rev 14:2. Behemoth & Leviathan, agents of religious and political oppression.
The man who was healed complained that he could not get to the pool of water in time when the angel of healing appeared. Leviathan frolics in water and Behemoth bathes there (in Job's account). Then when he picked up his mat, the religious authorities get upset.
- 4th miracle: Feeding the 5,000.
- 3rd thunder: Rev 8:5. The Great Multitude. The famine of the 3rd Seal.
The Great Multitude of martyrs compares to the crowd that is fed, but the unsaved world gets a famine instead of food.
- 5th miracle: Walking on water.
- 4th thunder: Rev 11:19. Mountain cast into the sea, poisonous wormwood cast upon the waters.
Jesus walks on water and calms the anxiety of his disciples, telling them to not be afraid. But the plagues on the world cause fear.
- 6th miracle: Heal a man born blind.
- 2nd thunder: Rev 6:1. Living creature with many eyes.
The blind man is accused of being a sinner and deserving his blindness, just like Job was. John is told not to weep because Jesus was found worthy, another use of ones eyes.
- 7th miracle: Raise Lazarus from the dead.
- 1st thunder: Rev 4:5. Jesus is called the firstborn from the dead.
This also mentions the book of life.
There are more points of comparison between the miracles and Revelation, but that would make this answer too long.
With these comparisons, we see that Mary, mother of Jesus, directs him to take care of the wine situation at the Wedding at Cana. Jesus says that it is not his time yet. Elsewhere, Jesus says he does not know when he will return, because the Father determines the time when he will return. Here we see his mother determining the timing of the start of his ministry. By parallel comparison to the Wedding Supper of the Lamb, it is logical to assume that Mary will play a part in setting the time for the ending of Christ's ministry. After all, ALL mothers care a lot about their children's weddings! Scripture says that Mary's heart would be pierced with a sword (the Word) in a distinct way. Swords are significant in Scripture and relate to the Word of God. This implies that special knowledge was given to Mary. If Jesus was subject to Joseph and Mary when he followed them from the temple as a child, it seems that the timing of Jesus' second coming - which is necessitated by showing mercy toward the suffering saints - will reflect Mary's compassionate will as well as that of God the Father.