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“In this book, you’ll read about some of the secrets and mysteries that have greatly puzzled humankind, in some cases for centuries…I’ve personally visited most of the places where the mysteries in this book originate. I’ve walked the paths and used myself as a psychic barometer first, and then I’ve gone back to see if I could prove what I telepathically picked up using research, statistics, eyewitness accounts, and sometimes just good o’l common sense.” – Sylvia Browne Topics covered in the book include: Stonehenge Easter Island Atlantis Vampires Extraterrestrials Crystal Skulls Crop Circles Voodoo Stigmata The Shroud of Turin And much, much more!
About The Author
SYLVIA BROWNE was born in Kansas City, Missouri. At three years old, Sylvia’s psychic powers were revealed when she announced that her grandfather was dead (he was), and that she would have a baby sister in three years. Just as predicted, Sharon was born one month short of Sylvia’s sixth birthday. Sylvia’s grandmother, Ada Coil, was herself a medium; and Celeste, Sylvia’s mother, grew up in a home where visions were commonplace. Although she herself was not psychic, Celeste accepted it as normal, if somewhat annoying. She did not welcome more eccentricity in her life, however, and would do nothing to encourage it in her daughter. Their lifelong relationship was strained, but Sylvia’s relationship with her father was very close and loving. Millions of people have witnessed Sylvia Browne’s incredible psychic powers on TV shows such as Montel, Larry King Live, Entertainment Tonight, and Unsolved Mysteries; and she has been profiled in Cosmopolitan, People magazine, and other national media. Sylvia is the author of numerous books and audios; is president of the Sylvia Browne Corporation; and is the founder of her church, the Society of Novus Spiritus, located in Campbell, California.
Number Of Pages: 237
Published: 1st March 2006
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.44
Edition Number: 1