Following on from the success of her last book, "Mediums and Their Work", Linda Williamson now explores further absorbing aspects of mediumship. She focuses particularly on the most fundamental question of all - what happens when we die? By explaining how those that have passed over death's boundary can communicate, she shows how mourners are comforted and their lives transformed by the reassurance that life continues beyond the grave. Using numerous accounts of descriptions from spirit communicators, the author produces a convincing picture of the afterlife in all its stages. Also included are recollections from people who have sat with some of the famous mediums of the past, such as Helen Duncan, and a look at an exciting new phenomenon, the capturing of spirit voices on tape. Spiritual healing is also covered, with an examination of the controversial psychic surgeon, Stephen Turoff, who performs "operations" without anaesthetic.
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Descripción Robert Hale Ltd, 1994. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110709054149