D.H. Parsons and Elise Brion, authors. All Things That Matter Press, USA, 2012
Reviewed by Dr. Trevor J. Hawkeswood, author: Light and Dark: My Experiences with the Paranormal (Balboa Press, USA)
This is a continuation of the ﬁrst Volume of the diary of Mary-Bliss Parsons which has been reviewed previously by me. At the start of this book, the reader is provided with a brief summary of Volume 1. Din Parsons tells the reader a bit about himself. He is an all-round talented man who has been a school administrator, a history teacher, an artist and the founder of the Bliss-Parsons Metaphysical Institute in Missouri, USA. He is also a very talented writer as is displayed by his two published books so far. He explains how he came to be able to channel the spirits of Mary-Bliss Parsons and a daughter, Annie.
D.H. Parsons, author. All Things That Matters Press, USA, 2011.
Reviewed by Dr. Trevor J. Hawkeswood
Mary Bliss-Parsons was a witch who was brought to trial at Boston, Massachusetts, USA in 1675. In those days if you were a woman and looked either sexy or strange, you may have been classified by the townspeople as a witch. This meant that you were in certain dire trouble- a trial ensued and the result was usually a hanging, because the society then was just as corrupt and evil as it is today despite advanced technology. However, they were more superstitious.
Congratulations to Dr. Trevor J. Hawkeswood on the publication of his new book, Light and Dark: My Experiences with the Paranormal, Balboa Press International, 2013.
Trevor J. Hawkeswood is a scientist who has experienced hundreds of paranormal events in his lifetime. In Light and Dark, he recounts some of these incredible interactions.