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"This is a wonderful story." - Hollywood reviewerWhat happens when a modern-day Scarlett O'Hara finds herself on the Celestine Prophecy path in Atlanta during the 1980s? "Finding Margaret" is the saga of Emma St. Claire and her two-year encounter with foreboding dreams and psychic visions while on a crusade to save her large countryhome from a corrupt banker and an environmental disaster perpetrated by underhanded government bureaucrats. After two years of nightmares that portend a deadly tragedy in Atlanta, near paralysis of her arms, and falling into suicidal despair, Emma is lead to a parapsychologist.What is the tragedy? Can it be averted?Will Emma ever use her arms again?What happens to her dream home in the country?Can she avoid financial ruin at the hands of the bankers? The main characters: Emma St. Claire, forty-two, an identical twin, wife, mother of two, and a closet psychic. Mr. Byrd, Emma's economics professor; rebuts Emma's forewarning that his life may be in danger and believes she is crazy. Rachel, Emma's twin sister, confidant and pragmatic. Jim, Emma's husband, a well-educated man who prefers blue-collar work. He comes from a family of liars and his psychological problems are exacerbated by a life-threatening illness.Allison, Emma's daughter, a college sophomore, who plans to be a CPA; bookkeeping for Jim's company puts her dreams in peril. J.D., Emma's son, a high school freshman, an intellectually gifted but sensitive teenager easily manipulated by Jim's mother, Janice. Bee, Emma's mother, a retired a medical and scientific illustrator, a victim of Janice's wicked intentions. Janice, Jim's mother, the nemesis out to destroy Emma and her family. The story begins in January, 1987. "He's special -- protect him," says the little gray-haired woman, who appears to Emma in a vision when her economics professor enters the classroom. Emma immediately recognizes her as the old lady from child-hood dreams. Strong shivers shake Emma; she is terrified. Who is this little woman? What is she doing here? Why is Emma having a vision? Why is he special? And from what is Emma to protect him?The dreams and nightmares about the professor begin to bombard Emma on a nightly basis. They don't make any sense. But somewhere along the way, Emma is told that the little gray-haired lady's name is Margaret. She also knows that a disaster awaits the professor and that many people will die.Seeing it as a chance to redeem herself from the foreboding dream she had as a 17-year-old, that lead to the death of 123 Atlantans in the Orly, France plane disaster in June 1962, Emma works with a well-respected psychologist to unravel the mystery of the dreams, and prevent another tragedy in her beloved city of Atlanta.
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Thisis a true story. I have written itexactly the way it happened to me between January 1987 and December 1990. The descriptions of characters and names havebeen changed to protect their identity.
I originally wrote the story for mychildren - to share with them the lessons I learned on this incredible journey- and also as a personal catharsis. Ineeded to step back and take a look at all that had happened, which is why Iwrote the story in third person and did not filter out the day-to-day family activities. It was important to me to be genuine (withexception of protecting certain identifies) and this is the Real Story.
An agent told me that this was notreally a novel, that it was only a short story.It's my feeling, however, that to limit it to just the past-lifeportions would deny the reader the full understanding of how these events playout in daily activities. The trancesessions in the book are quoted from the actual transcripts of my work with mypsychologist, Paul Schenk, Psy.D.
When the original manuscript wascompleted in 1992, my twin sister gave it to her friend and neighbor, whoproduces t.v. movies. She passed italong to a professional reviewer in Hollywood, who summarized it with thewords: "This is a wonderful story." Because of the cost to produce the manyperiod pieces in the book, the movie idea was abandoned; I still think it wouldmake good film.
Ihope you will not only enjoy reading about the journey I took to find Margaret,but will also see where there could be similarities in your own life - and thatthe lessons I learned will give you a deeper and more meaningful understandingof your own journey.
Tolearn more about the controversial subject of reincarnation please visit mywebsite: Reincarnation-For-You.com. I am also available to do talks, so pleasecontact me through the website.
Manyyears ago I read an inspiring book by Dr. Gerald Jampolsky and DianeCircincione titled Love is the Answer. It is my sincerest wish that after reading Finding Margaret, that you, too, willagree - Love really is the answer.
Out of Atlanta comes a story of love, hope and courage. This true story has been written as a novel, with names and descriptions altered to protect identities. The actual events took place between 1987 and 1990.
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Book Description Margery B. Childs D/B/a Margery Phelps, 2015. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand for shipment within 3 working days. Seller Inventory # LP9780996890205
Book Description Margery B. Childs d/b/a Margery Phelps, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Take a Scarlett O Hara type character and put her on the Celestine Prophecy trail in Atlanta in the late 1980 s, and you will find Emma St. Claire searching for answers to troubling dreams and visions. It all starts in an economics class at the college where Emma has enrolled to pursue a degree in accounting. He s special -- protect him, says the little gray-haired woman, who appears to Emma in a vision when her economics professor enters the classroom. Strong shivers shake Emma to the core and she is terrified by the vision. Who is this little woman? What is she doing here? Why is Emma having a vision? Why is he special? And from what is Emma to protect him? And then the dreams and nightmares about the professor begin to bombard Emma on a nightly basis. They don t make any sense. But somewhere along the way, Emma is told that the little gray-haired lady s name is Margaret. She also knows that a disaster awaits the professor and that many people will die. Seeing it as a chance to redeem herself from the foreboding dream she had as a 17-year-old, that lead to the death of 123 Atlantans in the Orly, France plane disaster in June of 1962, Emma works with a well-respected psychologist to unravel the mystery of the dreams, and prevent another tragedy in her beloved city of Atlanta. Seller Inventory # LIE9780996890205
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