Spirituality

Graham Hancock and Lorna Byrne: Angels & Demons

 

Reposted from: Galactic Connection

In this fascinating dialogue, two bestselling authors and explorers of the spiritual realm discuss the big questions at the heart of their latest books:

  • Is there a battle between Good and Evil?
  • Why are some people drawn to the dark side?
  • Do we only see a fraction of reality?
  • Do angels really walk amongst us and what would it take to see them?
  • How much do the daily choices we each make affect the positive future of the universe?

Also discussed is the influence of angels and demons on human affairs, the threat posed by science for limiting our spiritual experience and the power of the internet as a tool of global awakening.

Investigator of ancient mysteries, Graham Hancock’s latest supernatural adventure novel War God: Nights of the Witch tells the story of the Spanish conquest of Mexico, exploring the powerful demonic forces behind this devastating clash of civilizations. “Angel Seer” Lorna Byrne is the author of three international bestsellers including her latest Sunday Times Bestseller, A Message of Hope from the Angels which shows how we can be supported by angels to lead happier, more fulfilled lives.

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2 thoughts on “Graham Hancock and Lorna Byrne: Angels & Demons

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