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Soul Shift
By Mark Ireland

Soul Shift

Finding Where the Dead Go

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Soul Shift by Mark Ireland

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After suffering the unexpected death of his youngest son, businessman Mark Ireland plunges into the spiritual world of psychics and mediums in a desperate attempt to communicate with the dead. On the way, Ireland reclaims his unusual family lineage - his own father, Richard Ireland, was a deeply spiritual minister and renowned psychic and medium who counted Mae West among his clients. While Mark loved his father, he chose a more conventional path in pursuit of mainstream success. Despite rejecting spiritualism in favour of a pragmatic approach to life, Mark is disturbed by premonitions on the day of his son's death.With his worst fears later confirmed, Mark re-enters his father's world intent on connecting with the realms of spirit, and consults a number of well-known mediums. Proceeding with modest expectations, he is struck by the remarkably accurate information provided in the readings. Mark first meets with Allison Dubois, the subject of NBC's hit show "Medium", and later participates in a single-blind laboratory experiment with medium Laurie Campbell, filmed for a Discovery Channel feature. Mark then enters a new dimension of personal paranormal experience, as his own psychic awareness begins to unfold. "Soul Shift" is an amazing story of psychic communication, which will bring comfort to the bereaved and cause even the most sceptical unbelievers to broaden their views. The author's bold exploration of paranormal phenomena and evidence of life after death, and his moving attempts to contact the dead, will touch many readers and encourage them to develop their own psychic abilities.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781583942512
ISBN-10: 1583942513
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x 17mm)
Pages: 185
Imprint: Frog Ltd
Publisher: Frog Ltd
Publish Date: 22-Aug-2008
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Mark Ireland

Mark Ireland is presently collaborating with respected scientists on afterlife research initiatives. A resident of Scottsdale, Arizona, he is finishing his second book on parapsychology and mediumship.

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