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The Beautiful Side of Evil (original 1982; edition 1982)

by Johanna Michaelsen (Author)

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The last 15 years have witnessed an unprecedented explosion of interest in psychic phenomena. Johanna Michaelsen shares an extraordinary story about how she became a personal assistant to a psychic surgeon and witnessed miraculous healings, yet realized the true occultic source behind The Beautiful Side of Evil. Over 235,000 sold!… (more)
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Title:The Beautiful Side of Evil
Authors:Johanna Michaelsen (Author)
Info:Harvest House Publishers (1982), Edition: First Thus, 222 pages
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A wonderful, eye-opening book that tells the true story of how one woman conquered demonic posession and came to understand the truth about "the beautiful side of evil" - how evil can appear to be good and work miracles, like a wolf in sheep's clothing, as part of Satan's mission to decieve humanity and turn us away from Jehovah God. She shares her story of finding personal salvation through our savior, Jesus Christ, and offers hope and advice for those who may find themselves in the grip of demons. I couldn't put this book down, and it turned on lightbulbs in my head. A word of warning, however; due to the frightening subject matter of this book, you may want to restrict reading it to daylight hours. ( )
1 vote RosemerrySong | Oct 31, 2015 |
After hearing Johanna speak at a conference which I recently attendend, I was eager to read her book, which I did in about a day. I was deeply moved by her story, but would have liked more details about her life after escaping the clutches of the occult. Never having been involved in the occult personally, I was amazed by how many people are. I thank God for her deliverance and the positive message that she is spreading. ( )
1 vote silva_44 | Nov 9, 2008 |
Johanna Michaelsen came from a unique family. Her grandmother could be considered a witch. As a child she experienced many strange events and horrific encounters with entities, who seemingly enjoyed scaring the hell out of her.

Her college years include experiences with peyote and marijuana. In this time period, she becomes her grandmother's granddaughter. She begins to commune with an entity that resides in the college's theater. She has a statue of Mephistopheles in her room with which she holds conversations. Small people make them selves manifest when she journeys into the woods for herbs and flowers.

Eventually she becomes involved with an old woman in Mexico that does psychic surgeries with a rusted knife. She becomes the woman's student and continues to have spiritual experiences. She comes to realize that evil has a beautiful side. This is a MOST ILLUMINATING read in which you will become familiar with demonic personalities and eventually saving Grace. Also, her Peyote Vampire boyfriend. ( )
1 vote endersreads | Apr 24, 2008 |
Scary, Fascinating, I couldn't put it down. I have never read anything like it. ( )
  jocelynandersen | Jul 27, 2007 |
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The last 15 years have witnessed an unprecedented explosion of interest in psychic phenomena. Johanna Michaelsen shares an extraordinary story about how she became a personal assistant to a psychic surgeon and witnessed miraculous healings, yet realized the true occultic source behind The Beautiful Side of Evil. Over 235,000 sold!

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