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Visits from the Afterlife
by Sylvia Browne with Lindsay Harrison
Dutton
ISBN 0-525-94756-6
Published October 2003 - Hardcover - 269 pages - $25.95

Ghosts, spirits, apparitions and the like, have long been a strange fascination for people.  Psychics have always held a personal fascination.  However, whether or not to believe them also confuses me.  Sylvia Browne, celebrated and famous psychic, not only explains the difference between ghosts and spirits but also explains the "Home" we all come from and yearn for.  In this book, her seventh, she also shares stories by everyday people of their encounters with spirits and ghosts.  The good news is that it's all not as scary as we might have imagined, or were led to believe by moviemakers.   In fact, in my opinion, it's all rather romantic and appears to be incredibly spiritual.  Ms. Browne's graphic explanations are believeable and make a lot of sense.  Take for example, her chapter on the Rich and Famous - I get her connection and wonder why psychics' readings are so readily dismissed.  Here she talks about the deaths of, among others, Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley.  Incredible.  I enjoyed this book and found myself re-believing what I already knew, and, learning a whole lot more.  This is a great book to get an understanding of the other world from which she believes we all come from, and all return to.
Visit Sylvia Browne at her website for more information.
Conclusion - A very interesting and enlightening read.


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