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Mediums, Migraines, and Magnetite: Making the Connection

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  • ISBN-13: 9781436375122
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 11/1/2008
  • Pages: 220
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted March 11, 2009

    How a medium sees and talks to ghosts, finds a meteorite, and lives with mugraine headaches.

    This was a surprising book, and not exactly what I expected from the title. You have to look at the back of the book to really see what it's all about.

    What IS life after death? Does it really exist?
    Is it possible for a medium to use automatic writing to have an instant messenger chat with your long lost great-aunt Mary? That' s ridiculous. . . . . isn't it? Or is it? What if it's true?
    Can some people predict an earthquake within a few days, because their ears ring and they have a headache? Documentation is showing that, yes, apparently they can and do.
    Traveling back in time via remote viewing, can a person see places and events from a century or more ago? That's totally impossible. . . isn't it? Perhaps. And then again, perhaps not.
    Can a medium create a sculpture portrait of a completely unknown spirit entity with no reference material at all, and nothing but a psychic vision of a ghost?

    In each case the author has backed up her thoughts with examples to make the point, and I loved the cases of using the computer to talk to a spirit. In fact, I contacted the author and with her help I tried it for myself. I was totally amazed to find that it works! She told me things from my father that I would never have thought of. It has helped fill a big gap in my life. It has also helped some friends of mine who were really hurting from the loss of a loved one.

    I like the fact that she does not say that absolutely this is all true, but just that it's a possibility, and leaves it up to the reader to decide. She makes so many points that just don't have any other explanation. I'm convinced! And I loved the photos of the portraits of ghosts. Incredible. I'd highly recommend it. I'm keeping my copy. If you want one, get your own!

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  • Posted March 11, 2009

    Talking to ghosts in real conversations? Is that possible? Maybe so. Plus sensing coming quakes from migraine headaches, and a possible explanation of how this all happens. An interesting read.

    I loved this book. It's not only full of real ghost stories, but also goes into the amazing discovery of using a computer keyboard for "chats". Want to talk to your long-lost great uncle Fred? Fire up your AIM program and begin typing! Skeptical? Of course, but check out the book for some surprising results.

    It also goes into how it seems that some folks can sense an approaching earthquake from a migraine headache, and a theory of why this happens. Could it be caused by the mineral magnetite?

    One of the more surprising sections of the book shows images of sculpture portraits of ghosts, done by the author, and created completely via psychic visions of people she says she had never even heard of before. The author has worked with Dr Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona for several years on these and other projects regarding psi phenomenon, searching for an answer to the ago-old question of whether life actually survives after death.

    The book also goes into some basic discussion of electromagnetic energy, which some scientists are now saying is the foundation of all life, and may be an explanation as to the existence of ghosts, among other things.
    I found it to be an easy read, all written in layman's language. Definitely not another run-of-the-mill ghost book. Quite enjoyable. For people who are looking for answers, I'd say it's a must-read.

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