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In Search of Ossian MacLise the Little Buddha By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore, Sussan Evermore
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This is not a travelogue of places, sights and sounds, hotels to stay or routes to take, it is in many ways a spiritual quest of being guided by a stranger in Singapore to travel to Nepal to meet,... More > unknown to me at the time, The Little Buddha, Ossian MacLise My first foray into travel was the great flower power hippie overland route from Australia to England. Traveling by bus, train or plane I slowly made my way through Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Burma, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey then onto England before returning to Europe and home to Australia. Life on the road is exciting, exhausting and life changing, I recommend it for everyone before they settle into the world of marriage, children and a mortgage. The problem was I never settled and always remained the itinerant traveler, always looking for the next adventure, which I always found. Ronald Ritter< Less
Whitney Houston Conversations: What Really Happened At the Beverly Hilton By Ronald Ritter, Sussan Evermore
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Whitney Houston is one of the best-selling musical artists of all times. Her career, life and the records she sold, who she married and who she left behind is well documented. This amazing talent... More > sadly passed away on February 9th, 2012 at the young age of forty eight, her life and career fatally colliding in a hotel room at the Beverly Hilton. In this eBook is a message from a loving mother who wishes to speak to her from beyond the physical and explain her passing. Whitney did not pass over in the usual way with her spirit leaving her body and moving into the light. . This is about a grieving mother who misses her daughter and did not get her opportunity to say goodbye in her own way. This message is hers and hers alone. As a channeler Sussan allows the non-physical entity, in this case Whitney Houston, to enter and transfer her message using Sussan's vocabulary and emotions to carry the message. We are not here to judge or have opinion, we are only here to relay the message.< Less