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Christine Snowdon is an Author, a Columnist with Magna Intuitum, a Spiritual Angelic Reiki Master Teacher, a Clairaudient Channeller, and a Clairsentient and Clairvoyant Communicator; who has worked for Russell Grant’s team of psychics. Her photos of real angels in the sky have been published by the Daily Mail and Sun national newspapers, Croydon Advertiser, MU Magazine Japan and Magna Intuitum. On 25 August 2015, COLIN FRY, Britain’s leading psychic medium died of lung cancer and a short time after he joined Christine as her spirit guide. She states:

“ANGELS' LOVE published in 2017 includes conversations with the sometimes irreverent COLIN FRY, my new spirit guide and GEORGE MICHAEL who both connect with me with much gaiety and laughter! There are no tears in Heaven! I record everything they say to me and with a huge input from the colourful Colin Fry are the heartbreaking stories that were unveiled to me during readings with clients at a crossroads in their lives. I was visited in the middle of night by my own "Uncle Albert” who died, “aged 18," on board the infamous sinking of Britain’s biggest battleship “HMS Hood” by the “Bismarck” in 1941. Why did "Tara" forgive her abusive father, now in spirit? What stopped "Peter" believing in the existence of spirit life even though his deceased mother had been a spiritual medium all her life? I believe it's never too late to contact deceased loved ones and you will not have to look very far in these stories to find evidence that our spirit continues to live on in another world. ’Angels’ Love’ also delivers strong messages of inspirational guidance from Archangel Michael, White Eagle and for benefit of all mankind God channels many new spiritual truths to uplift and teach us all.”

“Christine is a most dedicated medium and psychic; for two years now we have made a good spirit team…" COLIN FRY.

'' 'Angels' Love' is written from the heart …" THERESA CHEUNG, Sunday Times best selling Angels Author.

Religion und Spiritualität
16. Juni

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