An Inquiry Into the Existence of Guardian Angels: A Journalist's Investigative Report

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 376 pages
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"When Pierre Jovanovic was a reporter for Quotidien de Paris, he had just finished an interview and was driving home on a Silicon Valley freeway when he was suddenly hurled to the side of the car by a mysterious force. Seconds later, a bullet crashed through the windshield and buried itself in the back of the passenger's seat. Highway patrolmen told him that if he hadn't moved, he would have been killed instantly." "Shaken and curious, he began to compare notes with other journalists, many of whom were war-zone survivors. Most had had some kind of comparable experience of being snatched from death by an unseen hand." "Pierre began to interview authorities on near-death experience: Melvin Morse, Kenneth Ring, and Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. He collected first-hand accounts of the appearance of spiritual beings from adults and children all over the world. Voraciously, he began to read about the lives and Angelic accounts of the saints." "The book is the sum of his investigations and includes eyewitness accounts of the experiences of pilots, doctors, and journalists; interviews with leading near-death researchers and scientists; interviews with modern saints and visionaries on their mystical experiences from the Middle Ages to the present."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
 

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While traveling by car in California, the author, a journalist, felt compelled to move himself to the side of the car seconds before a bullet came through the windshield, just missing his head. What ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
3
Of the Angels Influence on Daily Life
5
Of Angels in the Tunnels
15
Of Supernatural Interventions
95
Of Talking with the Angels
119
Elisabeth KüblerRoss
147
Where Are the Angels When Accidents Happen?
157
Mystics and Angels
171
Of Stigmatics and Angels IIa
199
An Ecstacy Like No Other
257
Incorruptibles and Angels IIb
265
Visionaries and Angels III
287
Conclusion Angels Prefer Women But Men Prefer Flight Attendants
337
Epilogue Bibliography and Sources
343
Index
357
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