I live and work on the beautiful Isle of Wight where the scenery is stunning and the
people are friendly, mostly ...
I am a writer, editor and medium. Much of my work is spirit dictated although I have been
known to write my own stories from time to time...
I publish a quarterly magazine for spiritualists and spend a good deal of time chatting on
paranormal sites ... when I am not writing.
Daniel - A Life
Daniel Goleznovitch was born on the 16th November in the early part of the 20th Century in Potsdam in Germany; the last child of David and Eva Goleznovitch. There were already three children living in the small flat above the pawnbroker’s shop: David Junior, Rosa and Solomon. In the early 1900s life was hard enough for Jews who were immigrants; Daniel’s family might have been second generation German but they were immigrants for all that, for they could not trace a perfect German line back through their ancestors. And, many reading this book will have already formed their own views on what being a Jew during the 2nd World War was like.
But, this book is different. Read the story of Daniel, his brief life and his death and discover what he says about the brutal regime that thought nothing of abusing, torturing and killing those who their leader sought to eliminate from this planet. This is a harrowing story, one that will put you through the emotional wringer – Daniel wants it to be that way.
After all, he went through the pain, not once but twice. Once in life, and once in spirit to bring you his story. Actually the second pain continues and will do so until his story is read across the world.
He started telling his story in 1998 in a Circle where he first conquered his fears and chose the channel who would share his love and his pain as she worked tirelessly with him to bring you the story of Daniel – A Life.
No. words: 63500
Style: Channelled Works, History
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook
Published: 6 / 2018
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