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One Hundred Answers from Spirit

Britain's greatest medium's answers the great questions of life and death

By Gordon Smith

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The world's most popular medium answers your spiritual questions.

Widely recognized as Britain's top medium, Gordon Smith here answers the deeper questions that people ask of the spirit world, the big questions of life and death.

For most of the time people go to Gordon Smith's public events in the hope of hearing messages from loved ones who have passed. The information that Gordon is able to share is world-renowned for its astonishing accuracy and detail - information that he could not possibly have discovered by any other means. This information reunites people with their loved ones and gives them comfort and solace.

But sometimes we all want to know the answers to questions that go beyond the narrowly personal, questions that are equally relevant to all human beings:

What happens to us after death?

Is there a Heaven and a Hell?

Why do bad things happen more to some people than to others?

To what extent are our lives predestined?

Do we reincarnate?

Are spirit guides a type of angel?

In order to answer these questions and penetrate the deeper mysteries of the human condition, Gordon Smith has here gone into a very deep trance to consult his own spirit guide. The answers he has brought back will amaze, illuminate and inspire.

Biographical Notes

Gordon Smith is a world-renowned medium, who travels the world offering his unique abilities to thousands of people in need. Gordon never charges for his spiritual readings. He has written numerous spiritual bestsellers about his work and now runs mediumship workshops and events across the globe. For more information, visitwww.gordonsmithmedium.com or follow Gordon on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gsmedium or on twitter @GSMedium

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  • ISBN: 9781444790863
  • Publication date: 20 Apr 2017
  • Page count: 160
  • Imprint: Coronet
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