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The Search for Jack London

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Extraordinary biography of Jack London.

The Search For Jack London is a first person account of an investigation into a possible past life as Jack London.

As the narrator revisits a Klondike cabin in the winter of 1898, fresh insight was gained into the life and times of Jack London that could only be ...
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Overview

Extraordinary biography of Jack London.

The Search For Jack London is a first person account of an investigation into a possible past life as Jack London.

As the narrator revisits a Klondike cabin in the winter of 1898, fresh insight was gained into the life and times of Jack London that could only be known by London himself. Seeking clarification, the narrator requested a life reading from Anne Puryear, a psychic living in Scottsdale, Arizona. The narrator was informed that in a previous life he'd been Jack London.

Just being told by a psychic source that he had once lived as Jack London wasn't good enough. When he asked for objective proof he was told to seek and he'd discover the truth. Anne gave him three instructions to guide his search.

The first was to seek out a Canadian psychiatrist who was skilled in past life regression. The 15 hours of hypnotic regression were recorded on what became known as "The Jack London Tapes."

The second was to seek out all the primary sources of Jack London material and to read all the books about Jack London. The narrator went to the Huntington Library in San Marino, California and the Jack London Foundation in Glen Ellen, California in search of primary source materials.

The third was to write a book about his search.

The book has brought extreme reactions of praise and condemnation. Defending the validity of the experiences has proved to be the greatest challenge of the narrator's life.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595173686
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/28/2001
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2001

    A story retold from the 21st century

    It's as if one is reading 2 books in one!! The present character provides insights in how to enter the realms of Higher Consciousness to tap into a previous life, including the deepest intimacies of the great author, Jack London! What a delicious combination! Not only historical... it also gives one 'permission' to explore the worlds of one's own reincarnation and journeys beyond. Thank you Mr. Lofgren! I look forward to reading your other novels!

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