Harrison Connections: Tom Harrison’s ‘Desire to communicate’
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Publisher: Saturday Night Press Publications
Publication Year: 2015
ASIN: 1908421118
ISBN: 1908421118
Harrison Connections is a compelling and detailed account of multiple after death communications - a must read for anyone hoping to further understand this fascinating topic. Ann Harrison has given a personal and sincere account of her husband, Tom Harrison's after-death efforts to communicate with...
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Harrison Connections is a compelling and detailed account of multiple after death communications – a must read for anyone hoping to further understand this fascinating topic. Ann Harrison has given a personal and sincere account of her husband, Tom Harrison’s after-death efforts to communicate with her and with his many friends over the four years since his transition. For forty-three years, Tom enthralled many people with his accounts of his mother’s physical mediumship and was dedicated to helping people understand that we continue living after death and that we can communicate with the departed. There can be no doubt that he is intent on continuing his lifelong work from his new perspective. He has communicated in almost every way possible within mediumship; from trainee mediums to stage professionals and through the mediumship of several different physical mediums, via Direct voice, transfiguration and materialisation, showing that he is still very much active in spreading the gospel of survival.

Jock Brocas
Jock Brocas is a professional medium, Researcher, and Author. He is also the president of the ASSMPI and editor in chief of The Otherside Press. Jock works closely with his colleagues to share knowledge with three lessons in mind, Love, forgiveness, and compassion.
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