DIARY FROM THE LAST DAYS: A Holocaust Of The Soul evolved from Diary entries the author recorded over her lifetime and gave witness to her struggle with a suicidal personality, plaguing paranormal experiences, and childhood abuses that led to Disassociate Identity Disorder (DID). The book is a journey of healing with her last move to Alaska where facing her FEAR and discovering TRUTHS too bold to ignore culminated in finding her "soul" and the healing powers within. In 1994, she learned why apparitions/ghosts were constantly bothering her and what she could do about it. From that awareness, accepting victimization of "psychic and ritual abuse" the healing journey, longed for over many years, started to materialize. Having paranormal experiences was second nature to living with six split personalities. Another welcomed explanation for enduring an abusive childhood, traumatic teenage years and going from a troubled adult to become a religious fanatic, before embracing the consciousness movement of higher meaning and purpose for living. It took thirteen years of diligent effort, experimenting with alternative healing modalities, meditation and relentless determination to know peace and that "a mind once stretched by a new idea never returns to its original dimension".