A Psychic's Casebook

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Thorndike Press, 1998 - Philosophy - 218 pages
Here, in fascinating detail, are the day-to-day aspects of the work of a practicing psychic: lost spirits, star children, the dead, angels, devils, mystics, the searching and the suffering. As a clairvoyant she can "see true" into the past, present and future; as a medium she is able to contact the dead; as a healer she has brought peace, comfort and consolation to the living. With more than fifty case histories from her personal files, this is indeed an unputdownable account of experiences that are truly out of this world.

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