Alice Rose Morgan, who has been giving psychic readings over the telephone long before it became a trend, has a friendly nickname for the spirits guiding her-spooks. At their urging, she has poured seventy-one years of acquired wisdom into this eye-opening book, answering questions about psychic phenomena, soul groups, the nature of God, and our purpose on earth. Her amazing stories-true-life experiences of her own and her callers-illuminate the strange and wondrous: past life memories, messages from loved ones yet to be born or already passed on, psychic healing, karmic backlash, and countless lessons from the astral plane.
This psychic grandmother's sparkling humor and warmth shines through as she gives sound advice on finding love, dealing with death, using affirmations, and understanding our objective for this incarnation. She also shares practical tips for healing, communicating with the departed, solving problems through dreams, and uncovering our innate psychic skills.
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Alice Rose Morgan, author of Calls to Mystic Alice, describes her unique relationship with the spirits she consults (fondly called her "spooks") and how they assist her in her creative writing process.
Upon reading the title of my book, one of the first thoughts that probably enters a prospective reader’s mind is “Oh no, another ghost story.” My emphatic response is “Don’t call them ghosts, please.” The first time I made that statement was the ...
Spooks? That is what I call my guides. Others may call them souls, guides, entities, spirits, guardian angels or channels. I prefer just plain “Spooks,” and apparently they don’t mind. It’s just a friendly, intimate nickname. I am one of those ...
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