Chasing Smallwood: Talking with the Other Side

Chasing Smallwood: Talking with the Other Side

by Frank DeMarco
     
 

In December, 2005, Frank DeMarco began several months of regular altered-state "conversations" with a man named Joseph Smallwood, who had lived in 19th century America, had gone west to Oregon in the 1840s, had lived with the Indians in Minnesota, and had fought as a Union officer in the Civil War. At least, those are the facts of his.

This book is a record of

Overview

In December, 2005, Frank DeMarco began several months of regular altered-state "conversations" with a man named Joseph Smallwood, who had lived in 19th century America, had gone west to Oregon in the 1840s, had lived with the Indians in Minnesota, and had fought as a Union officer in the Civil War. At least, those are the facts of his.

This book is a record of those conversations. As the author says: Quite possibly this is a mixture of fact, distorted fact, and unconscious intervention, jumbled together. Yet Joseph Smallwood is there, and you will see for yourself that he has a lot to offer us. I started out simply thinking to talk to Joseph about his life. Before you know it there we were, hearing that our time has a huge task ahead of it and that what we are and what we do is important to the other side.

Chasing Smallwood has four interlocking themes:

  • How to communicate with the dead.
  • The life of Joseph Smallwood, a particular 19th-century American who loved in the West and fought in the Civil War
  • How and why the physical world is important to the non-physical world
  • The challenge of our times that we are not yet facing

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780982009840
Publisher:
Red Wheel/Weiser
Publication date:
09/01/2012
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


Frank DeMarco was co-founder of Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc., and for 16 years was Chief Editor. He is the author of several non-fiction books and two novels. He also conducts workshops on communicating with guidance, and writes a monthly column for the online magazine The Meta Arts. His past and current thinking may be found on his blog, "I of My Own Knowledge..." on "Everyday explorations into our Extraordinary Potential."

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