A Soul Remembers Hiroshima

A Soul Remembers Hiroshima

by Dolores Cannon

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BN ID: 2940149317547
Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 04/24/1993
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 168
Sales rank: 1,010,258
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Dolores Cannon, a regressive hypnotherapist and psychic researcher who records "Lost" knowledge, was born in 1931 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was educated and lived in St. Louis until her marriage in 1951 to a career Navy man.
She spent the next 20 years traveling all over the world as a typical Navy wife, and raising her family. In 1970 her husband was discharged as a disabled veteran, and they retired to the hills of Arkansas.
She then started her writing career and began selling her articles to various magazines and newspapers. She has been involved with hypnosis since 1968, and exclusively with past-life therapy and regression work since 1979. She has studied the various hypnosis methods and thus developed her own unique technique which enabled her to gain the most efficient release of information from her clients. Dolores is now teaching her unique technique of hypnosis all over the world.
In 1986 she expanded her investigations into the UFO field. She has done on-site studies of suspected UFO landings, and has investigated the Crop Circles in England. The majority of her work in this field has been the accumulation of evidence from suspected abductees through hypnosis.
Dolores is an international speaker who has lectured on all the continents of the world. Her thirteen books are translated into twenty languages. She has spoken to radio and television audiences worldwide. And articles about/by Dolores have appeared in several U.S. and international magazines and newspapers. Dolores was the first American and the first foreigner to receive the "Orpheus Award" in Bulgaria, for the highest advancement in the research of psychic phenomenon. She has received Outstanding Contribution and Lifetime Achievement awards from several hypnosis organizations.
Dolores has a very large family who keep her solidly balanced between the "real" world of her family and the "unseen" world of her work.
If you wish to correspond with Dolores about her work, private sessions or her training classes, please submit to the following address. (Please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope for her reply.) Dolores Cannon, P.O. Box 754, Huntsville, AR, 72740, USA.

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Soul Remembers Hiroshima 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
IonaS on LibraryThing 5 months ago
This book differs from the other Cannon books I've read, as it doesn't mention extra-terrestrials! Therefore, the beginning of the book where the subject, a young girl called Katie, is regressed to common, banal lives seemed somewhat tame to me. But things soon changed.Katie was sure that she had lived a previous life in Japan during the second World War and experienced the dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima. Cannon accessed the life in question and got the man, Nogorigatu, to describe his life, wedding, family and Japanese life and customs in general. She wanted to gradually approach the fateful day, August 6, 1945, since Katie had been extremely apprehensive about having to face and live through this memory.Nogorigatu proved to be a sensible, peace-loving man who made and decorated pots and sold them at the market. Eventually, the war begins and N starts to feel its effects on the town. The troops mistreat the people and steal their food. The population is on the brink of starvation. People, including N's daughters, are forced to work in factories. His sons are sent off to war, his wife dies.We get to know and care for this gentle Japanese man. The book becomes deeply moving. When the bomb is dropped, we experience this shocking event through N's consciousness as though we were there. A great flash, and rolling winds like fire. Screams. A giant cloud.Suddenly all the buildings simply vanish. The city disappears in a moment. There is nowhere to run for safety or shelter. People's skins and hair are burnt off. They become black like Negroes. Their lungs are burnt.This was a totally shocking experience, also for the reader. N takes about a week to die.Afterwards, Cannon conducts research to confirm what she has learnt through the regression. There had been no need to drop this horrific bomb - the Japanese government was in fact attempting to initiate surrender, since the people were dying of starvation and the country was falling apart. It had apparently been a sort of experiment on the part of the American government.No flyers were dropped warning the people to get out of town on the day in question, though some had been dropped on other towns to be bombed in the normal way. Truman who was President at the time thought it was acceptable to refrain from issuing any warning by way of revenge subsequent to the "sneak" attack on Pearl Harbour. (But it should be noted that it was the political leaders that made the decision to bomb Pearl Harbour, and it was thousands of ordinary men, women and children that got the atomic bomb thrown on top of them.)Like Cannon, I had never really thought about the suffering of the Japanese subsequent on the dropping of these atomic bombs. Now I have thought about this.The book is important precisely because it makes us realize what a gruesome decison it was to drop these bombs. How could we carry out these inhumane deeds?Everyone should read this book.