- Paperback: 556 pages
- Publisher: Ozark Mountain Publishing Inc (January 1, 1998)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9781886940048
- ISBN-13: 978-1886940048
- ASIN: 1886940045
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.2 x 8.8 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 230 customer reviews
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Dolores Cannon is a past-life regressionist and hypnotherapist who specializes in the recovery and cataloging of "Lost Knowledge." Her roots in hypnosis go back to the 1960s. She has been specializing in past-life therapy since 1979.Dolores has become, perhaps, the world's most unlikely expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus.
A retired Navy wife from Huntsville, AR, USA, Dolores was nearly fifty years old when she began experimenting with hypnosis and past-life regression. The results were, to say the least, quite spectacular!Working through several different subjects, Dolores was able to establish communication with the living Michel De Notredame, better known as the prophet, Nostradamus. His revelations and their impact on our own time are both fascinating and at times frightening.
Dolores has written the three volume set "Conversations With Nostradamus," the series on the translation of Nostradamus' quatrains. This series contains the translation of almost 1000 prophecies, all interpreted for the first time and have been in print since 1989. It is considered the most accurate interpretation of the prophecies ever printed.During the past eighteen years Dolores has been a UFO investigator, using her skills as a regressionist to help people that been involved in abduction cases. She has written several books on the UFO information volunteers have revealed while under hypnosis.Dolores is now teaching her unique technique of hypnosis all over the world.In addition to the three volumes of Converstations With Nostradamus.
Dolores has completed: The Legend of Starcrash, Keepers of the Garden, Legacy from the Stars, A Soul Remembers Hiroshima, They Walked With Jesus, Jesus and the Essenes, and Between Death and Life. The Custodians, discusses in detail information regarding distorted time, screen memories, reasons for abductions, implants and much, much more...
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Cannon, is a good writer, as her phrasing and movement through the book is smooth and keeps your attention. She obviously has a great wealth of knowledge and experience in what she does and this can be felt throughout the book.
The couple small gripes that I have with this book, is that some of her cases that she presents get really long winded, there was more than a few times where I began to skim over some of her presented cases, where I was reading about the inside of a vessel, and how someone felt for the 3rd or 4th time. I understand that this repetition is done to prove validity, but it really felt by the third or fourth time that she was beating a dead horse, I really think some of the cases could have been summarized more, and cut down the page count on this book by a hundred pages easily.
Some reviewers give Cannon bad marks for being too trusting, or not discerning enough in her questioning, amongst other things. I do have to agree that some of the things that Cannon learns from her Hypnotic subjects, is a bit farfetched and taken at face value (by Cannon) a little too easily. But I am impressed with Cannon because she at least takes a solid stance on what her view is, and that's that ET's are trying to help us, and like the lab rats we do tests on, we aren't doing it because we are being evil, we are doing it to learn. It actually is refreshing, (if you agree with her side or not) to at least have a solid one side perspective be given. Granted I understand many authors on similar subjects like to avoid this to let the reader come to their own conclusions, but it can get rather annoying that after reading a book, you come out at the end with more questions and fewer answers. Take this as you will, just my opinion.
Overall, a very interesting book, especially from the side of Metaphysical Thought and Theory, as well as some "reasons" as to why the ETS have done some of things they have done, as well as why they have not come out to us publicly.
If the Metaphysical side of things is not your purview, or you at least can’t be open minded to them as far as this subject is concerned, I would avoid this book. If you are the former, then I think you will at least find this book thought provoking and worth your time and money.
Somewhere within these pages are very unfathomable concepts of life and afterlife, other-dimensional forms of existence, alien technology, intelligent soul energy and all those troubling other theories and/or realities of the known universe (and beyond). It’s a “gentle heavy” work, and treads deep into still waters, to say so lightly. Traditional, alternative and even fringe mindsets will find themselves reading Cannon’s work with polar oppositional comprehension; that is to say that I, at least, found myself in awe as well as struggling within in an attempt to comprehend the unthinkable.
Even now, a week after concluding her work, I am still not quite sure as to what just happened to my own “acceptable” versions of little green men, karmic retribution and other lives potentially lived. Very much as Cannon herself had described of her own awakening to the material contained herein. It is a challenge where to put it all.
It was enough, however, for me to give Cannon another look into her other works with great anticipation. Steady as she goes is the rule here, especially with regard to some of the more winded transcriptions of the presented regression sessions. Where I end up after all this is anyone’s guess, but the ease and captivating narrative is at the very least entertaining. It’s at the very least unnerving.
It is also exciting of where all of us may be headed one day…maybe.
I now understand why this is the first book you should read. It's the basic foundation you need for other information to make sense. To skip this book would be a big mistake.