Party of Twelve: The Afterlife Interviews
In 1998, psychic and author Barbara With was enlisted by a representative from a British tabloid to conduct an interview with Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales. from "beyond the grave" for the anniversary of her death. While the interview was never published, a project began that truly stretched beyond Barbara's wildest dreams. "Party of Twelve" is a series of interviews with some of the most famous figures of the 20th century all working together for world peace. This book presents a fascinating look from Afterlife of a wild range of cultural issues, including domestic abuse as seen by Nicole Brown Simpson, reincarnation and education by Albert Einstein, feminism and abortion by Norma Jean Baker and gratitude and AIDS by Ryan White. Ending with the Manifesto of the Destiny of World Peace, "Party of Twelve" is sure to get you thinking about other possibilities for creating peace on our planet, and reassures us that we really are never alone.
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