3 edition of Rosemary, or, Life and death found in the catalog.
Rosemary, or, Life and death
|Statement||by J. Vincent Huntington ; illustrated by Geo. G. White|
|Series||Wright American fiction -- v. 2 (1851-1875), no. 1312|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||87547518|
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I find this book very helpful. I also found lots of answers to my inner questions. Those who would like to know what is the meaning of life and death, this book is one of the few books worth to read.
Thanks Rosemary, I appreciated that you shared your knowledge to the world/5(27). Rosemary; Or, Life and Death. by Jerediah Vincent Huntington. Publication date Publisher D. & J.
Sadlier & Co. Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of New York Public Library Language English. Book digitized by Google from or library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by Pages: In the s, now in her mid-thirties with a ten-year-old daughter of her own, Rosemary was abandoned by her husband.
Nearing rock bottom emotionally, she began to nurture her spiritual gifts. She claims it was her spirit guide Grey Eagle who advised her to publish her first book Pages: link to this electronic book brought to you by the Grinnell College Libraries.
American Fiction, Available to Stanford-affiliated users. Gale Cengage Learning. Rosemary, or, Life and death. New York: D. & J. Sadlier, (DLC)nuc (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource.
A Matter of Life and Death book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Spiritual medium and healer Rosemary Altea touched the li /5. Buy A Matter of Life and Death Reprint by Altea, Rosemary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Rosemary Verey was a British garden designer with a distinct style based on historic gardens of old.
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About A Matter of Life and Death. Spiritual medium and healer Rosemary Altea touched the lives of millions with her New York Times bestseller The Eagle and the this classic work, Altea described how she discovered her gift, and recounted the miraculous experiences she had in her early years of connecting the living with the dead.
Rosemary Altea has worked as a spiritual medium and healer for more than twenty-five years. She is also the founder of the Rosemary Altea Healing and Educational Foundation, Inc., a not-for-profit organization based in Vermont, where she lives, that conducts programs on death and dying, as well as a "Camp Over the Rainbow" program for children who are sick, a "Healing for Animals" /5(27).
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Looking for books by Rosemary Altea. See all books authored by Rosemary Altea, including The Eagle and the Rose: A Remarkable True Story, and You Own the Power: Stories And Exercises To Inspire And Unleash The Force Within, and more on With Fred committing suicide inRose was eventually found guilty of 10 separate counts of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Early Life. Rosemary. "A Matter of Life and Death recounts Altea's latest miraculous encounters with the spirit world, including a soldier who died in Iraq, a firefighter who lost his life on Septem and a woman who died at the hands of her husband and who asks Altea not to reveal the whole truth to avoid family strife/5.
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Later life. Following her father's death inthe Kennedys gradually involved Rosemary in family life again. Rosemary was occasionally taken to visit relatives in Florida and Washington, D.C., and to her childhood home on Cape Cod.
By that time, Rosemary had learned to walk again, but did so with a limp. Rosemary's books & audio collections can be purchased through or by contacting: [email protected] The Eagle and the Rose A Matter of Life and Death The Eagle and the Rose.
Rosemary's first New York Times Best-seller. The inspiring true-story of a spiritual medium, from scared young woman to world-wide icon. Proud Spirit A Matter of Life. Known as The Voice of the Spirit World and author of New York Times best-selling books such as, The Eagle and the Rose, Proud Spirit, You Own The Power, A Matter of Life and Death and Soul Signs, Rosemary is an iconic spiritual medium, healer and teacher who has blazed a trail for over 40 years.
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Queen Rosemary. We guess "dying of fright" isn't just a metaphor. At least, not for the Queen of Dor. Although we don't get to meet Queen Rosemary during the course of the book—because she's already dead by the time the story begins—it's clear that her life and death have a.
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[J V Huntington]. This books consists of short fictional episodes that explain many aspects of our lives in numbers such as sports, incomes, life expectancy, risks and etc.
that are indeed matters of life and death. Some of data are outdated - the book was published first in early s, I believe,- some of the topics are not very interesting at least to me, but /5(8).
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