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In Her Own Words: The After-death Journal of Princess Diana Paperback – November 1, 1999

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Gratefully, I have had the pleasure coming to know Christine Toomey, both personally and professionally, over the last two+ years and becoming very impressed with her wondrous 'gifts' of spiritual mediumship and channeling from Spirit. You see, I am very familiar with such talents, in that I am the original researcher of a field known as 'After-Death Communications' (ADCs), which are spontaneous and direct communication from a deceased loved one, as reflected in my groundbreaking book, Hello From Heaven!

From my personal observations, Christine Toomey is a woman of great integrity, who remains very humble in her God-given gifts of communication with/from deceased spiritual beings, including family members, friends, angels, spirit guides, and more recently, her intensely creditable ongoing contact from Princess Diana. In fact, I have utmost confidence in her ability to be a 'channel' between this corporal world to the spiritual realms, beyond the earthly perceptions that most of us only 'dream' of. She graciously has hosted a special chat room at my ADC web site, address above, called 'Angel Messages,' as well as accompanied me in offering her public lectures and workshops, as well as her numerous popular radio appearances

Christine has much to offer our world that yearns to know that life and love are eternal, as demonstrated in her writings, private readings, and public workshops. I am honored to be associated with her both personally and professionally. She brings much wisdom to a 'field' that can be otherwise difficult for many to 'fathom,' through her direct and simple messages of hope and comfort. I can assure you, that Christine Toomey is for REAL! -- Judy Guggenheim, Co-author of Hello From Heaven!

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According to a recent Gallup Poll, more than 70% of Americans believe in life-after-death. So what form does life-after-death take? Here, we have one of the most definitive accounts of the afterlife. Even two years after her death, Princess Diana is still probably the single most read about, talked about celebrity on the planet, eclipsing even Jacqueline Onassis. Diana's funeral was the single most watched television event on the planet with over 2.5 billion viewers, overtaking even the wedding between her and Prince Charles, the next most watched event at 750 million viewers. "In Her Own Words" continues the important work that Diana began while she walked among us, such as landmine clearance, and respectful treatment for AIDS sufferers and this planet's most important resource-our children. And as Diana's energy comes through the pages, it will dispel any fear of death that a reader may have-another "Diana legacy."

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 164 pages
  • Publisher: English Rose Pr (November 1, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0967596130
  • ISBN-13: 978-0967596136
  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 5.8 x 8.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,532,878 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 16, 2001
Format: Paperback
Having read many Diana books (concerning her after life)Christine Toomey captures exactly what the others have said. I have read "Diana Speaks by Chairman Yao" in the United States where Diana hints that she will contact others...telling us, her words will continue to come through to us. "In Her Own Words by Christine Toomey" in the United States was obviously the continuation. Also, "Divine Intervention by Hazel Courtney" in England, a woman who writes she was not Diana's friend, but an acquaintance of Diana and she too channels Diana's thoughts. In Sweden, "Rita Eide" a known channeller writes her book entitled "The Celestial Voice of Diana." Eide never knew Diana personally, but her book is sent to someone that did know Diana. This person finds Eide's book incredible and based on truths. All of these books follow a pattern of matching each other on several issues of Diana's life making them seem more creditable reading. Personally, I feel these books are interesting to read. In these books I have learned what Diana felt about "fortune tellers" and how she understands, they are helpful to a point, but the readers only see so much. Again, their perception, just as these channellers are picking up what they perceive with Diana coming through to them. Some of the issues will follow a pattern and read the same in some respects in each book. It is REMARKABLE to me that four different writers from four different areas of our world touch on many of the "same" issues of Diana's life about The Princess's feelings and concerns. It is obvious to me, The People's Princess continues to have something worth sharing with all of us.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 19, 2002
Format: Paperback
This extraordinary book rises above all question of doubt as to its validity because its information was shared with the author before that information was known by the world. No one but Diana could have shared this information with the author because no one but Diana would have known it at the time. Having myself spoken to the author about this, she assured me that the book was written immediately after the event and that it was later neither amended nor changed.
Reading this book in the hindsight of the present, it is of course easy to say: "But all of this information is known!" The important thing to remember is, that it was not known in September of 1997 when the author was writing the book.
At that time Diana told the author that a motorcycle and a light-colored car had been racing alongside Dodi's limo and suddenly caused a brilliant light to be flashed into the limo, blinding everyone in it, and it was that, that caused the crash.
None of that was known at the time. And it wasn't until Diana's bodyguard, who was initially in a coma, then, even after regaining consciousness was unable to speak--or even remember what happened, until months later--finally revealed that all of those details were true.
Diana further said it wasn't an accident, but a conspiracy to cause the limo to be wrecked. No one knew that at the time. And even though everyone, since, has insisted that there was no conspiracy, the facts surrounding the light-colored car all imply that there was! After the accident, it was discovered that a light-colored car had in fact sideswiped the limo, leaving traces of its paint on the limo. Why did the car come in contact with the limo? Could it have deliberately hit the limo to force the limo driver to swerve away from it and hit the pillar?
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James Becker on February 5, 2004
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I own over 500 Princess Diana books and I am drawn to Diana books that are rather obscure in their content. After all who wants to keep reading the same story over and over again? I hesitantly purchased this book thinking I could be open minded enough to be able to appreciate what this author had to share. I tried to read this book three times and each time I began to start reading it I couldn't stop laughing at it's absurdity. It's not that I don't believe in an after life but what really threw me was the fact that Diana refused to reveal the identity of her murderer(s) to the author. While she was alive she wrote a letter with this information but in death she doesn't want the culprit punished for his/her crimes. It seems to me everyone who brooches this subject will not go ahead and name names to avenge her murder(s)...(The most recent example is Paul Burell's book with Diana's letter that named names). I feel authors are afraid of the repercussions of naming a member of the British Royal family as a murderer. This ambivalence makes absolutely no sense to me. I stopped reading the book altogether when the author claims that it was revealed to Diana in heaven by her guardian angel the she was once Queen Elizabeth the 1st in another life. I love a good fiction book about Diana but this was just insulting not ony to her memory but also to the reader. I can only imagine what William and Harry would think of this account of their beloved mother in heaven? It would probably sicken them! If you want to read Diana based fiction I recommend "Whose Death in the Tunnel" by Aaron McCallum Becker and "Di and I" by Peter Leftcourt.......both of which are available here at Amazon! I do think that the author of the book I am reviewing honestly believes every word she has written but for me it was one long exercise in bad tase! I wonder if Christine Toomey lost her mind all at once or was it a gradual process?
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