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Summary

Mystic Forces is a detailed, researched book into the stories of people who have had out of the body experiences.

The book also features chapters dealing with the healing force, paradise, borderland, timeslip, the silver cord, fear of death, premonitions and many more.

In the course of researching this book, Mystic Forces, authors Peter & Mary Harrison looked into the following subjects in depth: unexplained, unusual or prophetic dreams, apparitions, hauntings, miracles, faith healing, fateful encounters, and other inexplicable experiences.

In this book, we are looking at true stories of out of the body experiences.

©2016 Philip R Harrison (P)2016 Philip R Harrison

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Massive production errors

Starting during chapter six and going on for at least two chapters, there are several long silences during which the narrator is heard to stop, often mid-sentence, cough or clear her throat, then say nothing at all for several seconds before resuming by repeating a previous sentence. It appears that nobody has listened to the recording during the production process for a number of chapters. Very, sloppy and careless, and unfair to both author and customer. A pity because it's an interesting second book in a trilogy that starts off very well and contains many interesting stories of peoples' experiences with out-of body and near death experiences.