Soul Traveler: A Guide to Out-of-body Experiences and the Wonders Beyond

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Dutton, 1998 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 118 pages
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In this fascinating volume, you will read the story of one man's ability to travel beyond the physical plane of existence in search of the "Ultimate Truth" in this world...and the next. From an early age, Albert Taylor experienced bouts of almost death-like paralysis which were accompanied by extraordinarily lucid and realistic dreams. His grandmother called them "Witch Rides." As he grew older and learned more about his gift, these Witch Rides progressed in strength and scope to eventually become full-fledged out-of-body experiences. Gradually, Albert found himself able to "fly" with his mind to distant places, breaking the boundaries of this world, and encountering spirits beyond. Engineer, scientist, and artist, Albert Taylor relates his research and knowledge with great insight and humor. He tells us how these paranormal events have affected his life, how anyone can have an out-of-body experience...and even learn to consciously control their "Soul Travels!"

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Awesome!! I'm gonna do it! You really are a spirit inside a human body! Read full review

Contents

AIRBORNE
1
BUZZING BEES
15
PSYCHIC RESCUE
33
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About the author (1998)

Albert Taylor self-published Soul Traveler in 1996. An aeronautical engineer with nearly two decades of experience working in the space program and with NASA, Albert Taylor is currently a metaphysical researcher, lecturer, and artist. An active member of the International Association of Near-Death Studies (IANDS), he also volunteers his time at the Los Angeles Hospital Hospice Program.

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