Company of Prophets: African American Psychics, Healers & Visionaries

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Llewellyn Worldwide Limited, 1991 - Fiction - 270 pages
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A unique and significant collection of supernatural and ethnic materials never before arranged in one volume! Describes African Americans born in the United States who have extrasensory perception, psychic abilities and spiritual gifts, in a time-frame from the 17th century to the present. They share their experiences with astral projection, soul travel, levitation, healing, and more.

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Sad & sick that this wonderful and powerful writing on the psychic abilities of Africans in the diaspora, would be based on the so-called ethnicity of the people written about in this publication, be classified as "fiction", it is only "fiction" to those who either want people to believe that the African had no psychic powers, or to put works by nearly any African in the diaspora in the classification, of non-real, non-truth, and non -importance by calling this powerful writing "fiction", This Book contains not one iota of so-called "fiction"! and those who classified it as such are absolute liers! 


Chapter OneChildren with Power
Chapter TwoThe Mediums Way
Chapter ThreeAscetics Ecstatics and Seekers

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