Seeing Angels - True Contemporary Accounts of Hundreds of Angelic Experiences

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John Blake Publishing, May 4, 2009 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 300 pages
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Emma Heathcote-James has analysed over 800 such accounts for her PhD into Contemporary Experiences of Angels. Hundreds of people have claimed to have experienced visions of angels. These people are not crazy new-aged loonies, but ordinary people from all walks of life, from professionals to prisoners to children.This absorbing book, the product of painstaking research, gets to grips with the issues surrounding these strange manifestations. What do they mean? How do we know that we've seen one? When are they seen? The weight of the evidence may well lead you to adjust the way you have previously considered the supernatural...

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Emma Heathcote-James has a PhD in theology and is the author of After-Death CommunicationPsychic Pets, and They Walk Among Us.

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