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The World to Come: The Guides' Long-Awaited Predictions for the…
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0609805371, Paperback)Ruth Montgomery fans, celebrate! The World to Come is the renowned prognosticator's first book in 12 years, and according to the author, her last. Having written it at age 87, it's easy to understand why she feels this way. Montgomery was a syndicated White House columnist during the Roosevelt years up through the Johnson administration. An assignment by the International News Service to write an eight-part series on séances resulted in her first book, A Search for Truth, and a friendship with noted medium Arthur Ford. After Ford's death, he and a group of otherworld entities began communicating with Montgomery via automatic writing. Many have ranked her powers of foresight with that of Nostradamus and Edgar Cayce. In this new book, the Guides (as she calls her invisible coauthors) rewrite some old predictions and reveal surprising new ones for the upcoming millennium. --Randall Cohan
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