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Do you have a natural interest in anything to do with Atlantis? If so, then you have most likely lived there in one of your past lives. The Abbotts have written this book especially for anyone who wants to learn the truth about Atlantis and its demise. For the more adventurous reader, each chapter is packed with exercises to help you recall your personal experiences of this ancient world power. Not to be missed. Learn to heal; scrye, talk to spirits; manifest and more! Amazing revelations from an Ancient culture!

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ISBN: 9781301805242
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