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The Mediumship of Mrs. Leonard

by Susy Smith

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Once in a rare while an important new work appears - one that we can say with absolute certainty will endure. Here is the strongest proof ever obtained of the survival of the human spirit - documented material which indicates the actual existence of incorporeal entities, of earthly memories abiding beyond the grave. As the very first sentence of this book points out, a great medium is a rare phenomenon indeed. He or she must be able to produce data indisputably above suspicion, despite the most rigorous scientific controls. Mrs. Leonard fulfills this stringent requirement. now in her eighties she is the lat of the mediums of the golden age. Of all those who produced manifestations adjudged veridadical - i.e. genuine and accurate - the scientific evidence in the case of Mrs. Leonard is the most documented. No medium in history, in fact, has been more thoroughly investigated and researched. Endless book have been written about her - as the comments, footnotes, and extensive bibliography in this volume demonstrates. This, however, is the first comprehensive study taking in the entire life work of Mrs. Leonard, the only one presenting all her outstanding cases. The book also contained perhaps the clearest exposition available of the work of a medium, the sitters, the alleged communicators. --- excerpt from book's dustjacket
Once in a rare while an important new work appears - one that we can say with absolute certainty will endure. Here is the strongest proof ever obtained of the survival of the human spirit - documented material which indicates the actual existence of incorporeal entities, of earthly memories abiding beyond the grave. As the very first sentence of this book points out, a great medium is a rare phenomenon indeed. He or she must be able to produce data indisputably above suspicion, despite the most rigorous scientific controls. Mrs. Leonard fulfills this stringent requirement. Now in her eighties she is the last of the mediums of the golden age. Of all those who produced manifestations adjudged veridadical - i.e. genuine and accurate - the scientific evidence in the case of Mrs. Leonard is the most documented. No medium in history, in fact, has been more thoroughly investigated and researched. Endless book have been written about her - as the comments, footnotes, and extensive bibliography in this volume demonstrates. This, however, is the first comprehensive study taking in the entire life work of Mrs. Leonard, the only one presenting all her outstanding cases. The book also contained perhaps the clearest exposition available of the work of a medium, the sitters, the alleged communicators. --- excerpt from book's dust jacket
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