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A Matter of Life and Death
Rosemary Altea has touched the lives of millions with her gift of connecting the living with the dead. In this illuminating new book, she shares awe-inspiring stories of working with her Apache spirit guide, Grey Eagle, to help sick and grief-stricken people heal, recognize their true path in life, and find peace in reunion with departed loved ones.
All of Rosemary's books are inspiration from her spirit
guide, Grey Eagle.
She says that when writing, Grey Eagle often tells her
information that she's never heard before. In fact Rosemary
learns about new things as she's writing and finds this
incredibly fascinating. Every time she writes a new
book she says she grows a little more. Becomes wiser.
The stories that Rosemary recounts in the books are
As you can see when you read the books, all of the stories
touch Rosemary deeply.
For the first few years Rosemary began her work as a
medium and healer and this, in the beginning seemed
enough--to take private consultations from home and
to do workshops and lectures through Europe. However,
it wasn't too long before she found this very limiting,
wanting to reach as many people as she could with her
message. So it was only a matter of time before Grey
Eagle advised her to write her first book, The Eagle
and The Rose.
Grey Eagle knew that this was the way to get the word
out--touch more people. He was right. "The Eagle and
the Rose" became a New York Times bestseller. It seemed
that people were yearning for Rosemary and Grey Eagle's
message. The success of her subsequent books proved
that they were also hungry to learn more.
Rosemary says that believing or disbelieving of her
and her work.it really doesn't matter. The books are
a fascinating read and leave you to make up your own