Ruth Montgomery, Herald of the New Age

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Doubleday, 1986 - Philosophy - 277 pages
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Few people have lived as rich and as varied a life as has Ruth Montgomery, the bestselling author who has enlightened millions about everything from spirit communication and reincarnation to Walk-ins, extraterrestrials, and the New Age that is dawning. Now she tells her own fascinating story: her earlier career as a nationally syndicated political columnist and distinguished Washington correspondent...her initial skepticism about psychic phenomena and her gradual conversion to the truths of this largely unexplored and mysterious realm...her friendship with renowned spiritualists like Jeane Dixon and Arthur Ford...her predictions of the sweeping changes that lie ahead of us as the twenty-first century approaches.

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Well-known reporter Ruth Montgomery was initially skeptical of things psychic butdue to experiences recounted herebecame a familiar of mediums, especially Arthur Ford, and now even functions as a ... Read full review


First Lady of the Psychic World
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About the author (1986)

After a career as a top White House correspondent, covering every administration from Roosevelt through Johnson, RUTH MONTGOMERY became the bestselling author of fifteen books on paranormal and psychic topics. She lives in Naples, Florida.

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