A PRICE FOR A LIFE
This book is not meant to entertain you. This book is not about selling as many copies as possible. It is about giving you an understanding of the unseen world around you and teaching you how to have respect for those things. You don't have to be Buddhist, Christian or belong to any denomination to receive the teachings of this book. In this book, you will follow the paths of living individuals as well as departed individuals. You will see how, in our everyday lives, these paths are constantly crisscrossing and effecting one another, You will see the details of how in the East the dead are given just as much respect as When they were alive. The dead still have lives that they lead and still need guidance in the afterlife, A sorcerer is the most qualified individual to help with this guidance, There are also evil sorcerers who take advantage of these departed souls who are looking for help and may use these spirits against the living. This work is written by a real sorcerer who has experienced first-hand accounts of the activities mentioned in this book. You will be very surprised when you see how your loved ones, that passed, might be affecting you right now.
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