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David Bowie Conversations

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David Bowie, is arguably the most influential pop icon of our times. He was not just music, words and lyrics but a work of art displayed as David Bowie. His profound effect reverberated out through all areas of the arts and beyond to fashion, lifestyle and sexuality. Now join us as Sussan a well-known channeler connects to David from beyond his physical life on earth. The record of his life is kept in an interactive library called the Akashic Records. You will be mesmerized as he discusses his wife Iman, spirituality and the occult, rise to fame and his view on sexuality. This is a time to know the real David Jones the one that kept his personal life hidden under many disguises. He is very philosophical and a strong personality who will allow you in when it suits him and toss you out when he has finished. When we talk with David he is able to view his life without judgement from another perspective. So please join us as we talk to one of the most loved and iconic personalities of... More > our era.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9780359463848
Published
July 15, 2019
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
4.43 MB
Product ID
24174203

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# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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