In a recorded interview, the famed Zulu medicine man, psychic, artist and writer Credo Mutwa told author Alexandra Levin how Diana, the late Princess of Wales, had urgently been trying to contact him shortly before her death as she knew plans were afoot to have her murdered. Following this a strange series of synchronistic events occurred which served to convince Alexandra that Diana herself was behind the scenes orchestrating the writing of the book. But why should Diana choose Alexandra, a relatively unknown South African author, for this mammoth task? Was it because as the wife of a prominent couturier Alexandra and her ex-husband had enjoyed a high social profile? In fact, Alexandra was once voted South Africa's best dressed woman and had socialized with the top echelons of society - as a couple they had stood proudly on the podium at Nelson Mandela's Inauguration. In a reading with a well-known English psychic who was able to channel the late Princess, Alexandra asked Diana: "Beloved Princess, did we know each other in Versailles?" A few moments silence. Then a gentle laugh. "Yes, of course we did, dear Sister. And the irony of it is that I don't know who chose the better life this time." 'Marie Antoinette, Diana & Alexandra: The Third I' is a fascinating story intertwining the hopes and ideals of a girl from a Jewish family living in South Africa with that of Diana, Princess Of Wales. After Nelson Mandela's Inauguration as President, life in South Africa was turned upside-down and her world with it. Alexandra Levin's book, whilst easy to read, produces great sympathy and empathy for her life and with life as a whole. A remarkable story, which leaves the reader thinking!
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