Steve Jobs: Paradise Gate [NOOK Book]


'Read the whole book,' he said. 'It's too complicated to take an impression of it from this cover description!' It's gorgeous, dangerous and unavoidable. I've started working on Part Two.'

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Steve Jobs: Paradise Gate

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'Read the whole book,' he said. 'It's too complicated to take an impression of it from this cover description!' It's gorgeous, dangerous and unavoidable. I've started working on Part Two.'

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045478175
  • Publisher: Garlanda Goldwin
  • Publication date: 8/12/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 239,914
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Good friend to the credible celebrities in heaven and catalyst of the opening of this higher dimension this is the only psychic experienced in the field to whom Steve Jobs has come. Living and working in the Hollywood industry for about eight years, and an innovative West Coast spiritual leader. Yes Steve Jobs' chosen writer to explain the building of our first corporate entity that 'drives' in the spaceships from other solar systems to our world. It is a simply stunning amount of knowledge to have and the writer was chosen for the incredible amount of knowledge right down to the careful descent of the very first spaceship to visit us. ' We call her the on the ground starship captain,' Wendy Wasserstein said. Hope you like her.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2014

    Offensive on so many levels

    This book is offensive on so many levels! For one, the author claims to know all the famous people that have died recently. She updates her book every time someone she thinks is cool has died so she can add pretend quotes from them from the other side. Another thing that's awful is that she claims that all of the dead people are living tortured lives as slaves to aliens! She seems addicted to witchcraft, and keeps asking for people to call her 'private' number in Australia to consult with her on witchcraft related stuff. She claims Steve Jobs said it was okay for her to be involved with the dark arts, because he really needs saving from these aliens. And where it gets really disturbing is she says she's used children as mediums, which has to be against the law! She says they get completely possessed after a while, start acting like robots, and act out sexually. Right, like that sounds normal. These are symptoms of sexual abuse, and she makes fun of that happening to kids when she speaks fondly of the ways of 'a Chinese pedophiliac', or however she put it. I think the author is really creepy and so is this book. She wants attention even though she has nothing to say, nothing real, because she's sick and needs intensive counseling and medication to break away some of these false beliefs. I did not finish the book. I am deleting it because I want it OUT of my house!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2014

    What a mess

    I can see why the person hired to edit this book returned the payment without a word. This is little more than a stream-of-(un)consiousness-Joyce-on-heroin blather-fest. Name dropping from heaven? Puleez. If there is a monumental message here, it's lost in the malarky.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2015


    Yes it is a mess and ovinsive but it is a good book

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