But do appreciate that I am able to publish them without them being edited until they didn’t say what I intended
(this happed to an acquaintance last century)
In the following book I hope to help those who wish to develop their clairvoyant abilities.
In “The Clairvoyant Experiences Of A Sceptic” I told a few of my clairvoyant experiences.
Listening to others similar stories made me realize that
it is so much better if you can have these experiences first hand.
The clairvoyant Experiences of a Sceptic is not a literary masterpiece
but a true story.
I majored in sociology not literature
I dont know the meaning of life:
nor understand the nature of reality:
I do know physical death is not the end.
And there are so many amazing stories omitted so as not to break client confidentiality.
The second part I wrote as therapy and had not intended to include.
It wasn’t included in the original l publication
( I started shaking when I tried to write about the abuse so it is badly written and a great deal omitted)
I wrote and published this sci fi short story a few years ago (under a different title) when the human population was only 7.4 billion:
(1st published 4th April 2017)
It is now almost 8 billion.
Our cultural norms and the Protestant Ethic are causing the extinction of all life.
I thought that I would quote a few lines from this short story:
“The Nirahns whom could see close ups of the planet on their “view screen” saw people and buildings just disappear. One minute there were humans and buildings all over the planet. And then they were gone. They watched vegetation grow at an accelerated speed.
Kunapipi/Anne awoke on the first day of the New Earth. She had slept in a humpy and awakened to kookaburras laughing.”
I chose the name Kunnapipi as she is an Indigenous Australian mother goddess:
But this story is not about the “real” Kunnapipi.
I love the meaning of this word
The quote is from chopra.com One of the most common translations of namasté is “The divine light in me bows to the divine light within you.”