Psychic Surgery and Faith Healing offers an open, honest, in-depth look at the multiple, yet often contradictory realities of psychic surgery and faith healing, and the ripples it casts into the realms of physics, metaphysics, spirituality, and higher consciousness.
The book is divided into three parts, including a colorful memoir, an essay entitled The Miracle and The Enigma of Psychic Surgery, and a resource section containing up to date information about traveling to the Philippines and locating the healers.
Beginning at The Faith in God Spiritual Church outside Reno, Nevada, Jessica takes the reader to the Pangasinan Province of the Philippine Island of Luzon, which is famous for healers who perform "surgery" with their bare hands, without the use of anesthesia, and in which there is no pain, scars, or infection.
Is psychic surgery a miracle of God or a trickery of fake blood and cotton balls perpetrated by charlatans? This book explores how it might well be both.
|Publisher:||Lompico Creek Press|
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About the Author
Jessica also works as a professional book editor, specializing in spiritual, metaphysical, and self-help books. She lives in Ashland, Oregon with Tom Clunie D.C. and can be reached by e-mail at: .
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