The Compleat Psychic

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The Compleat Psychic is a self-help book about the meaning of life, the destiny of the human race, and how to lose the weight and keep it off. In other words, this book is a training manual in practical psychic techniques which actually work. There is a free and universal cure-all energy which anyone can utilize, and I guarantee it will transform your existence in ways you never thought possible. More
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Words: 153,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310312502
About Ruth Brown

I am a single woman who lives in Illinois. My interests include herbalism, crafting jewelry, yoga, gardening, and tarot. My lifelong heroes are Emerson and Thoreau, and my favorite writers include Marcel Proust, John Cowper Powys, Jack Kerouac, and Oscar Wilde. I have several ridiculously arcane ambitions, including cultivating chrysanthemums in the best tradition of a Chinese sage and practicing an authentic Epicurean lifestyle. My other interests include French language and literature, wabi sabi, cloud patterns, Shakespeare's romances, full moons, light and shadows, Aquarian energies, reading obscure and recondite books, and chasing chimeras. And I like to drink tea.

I prefer to give this book away free, not because it is a junk book, but because I hate money. I already have too much money, and what I need is less money. I also believe that all information should be free and available to every single human being on planet earth without restriction. Have fun and enjoy.

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Review by: Sandra Davenport on Sep. 11, 2014 : (no rating)
Wow! I also love tea~ and all things obsure; am fully convinced of the healing powers of the universe and can't wait to read this in full!
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Review by: John Denning on Aug. 29, 2014 :
Downloaded - just started reading - five minutes in....wow! So well written, and...finally...by someone who understands the importance of good grammar. I will read this book in its entirety and report back.

JD
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