Government and Psychics Have More in Common Than We Think

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Author Sandra Bateman breaks barriers and lines to discuss the new “thoughtcrime," in new book.

Bulk collections of citizen’s phone records, tapping phones of prominent country leaders and more are all the highlight of the news recently. It may sound very Orwellian, but are issues that America faces today. Author and psychic Sandra Bateman discusses what might be next for security surveillance of society.

Bateman takes an inside look in her new book at what happens when governments get involved in personal thoughts, not just our phone records. Similar to “thoughtcrime,” psychic experiences are being recorded from mental implants the host has no idea even exists for government gain.

Marie Sands, a psychic in the book, is followed and apprehended by an NSA agent who is saving her from danger. What Sands doesn’t know is that the government has been monitoring her psychic experiences each time they occurred.

Her gifts become very useful when an agent she is working with requests her assistance with a family member caught between the living and the dead. Suddenly the agency must face faith vs. science. In a world where the NSA is frequently monitoring our private behaviors, can psychics be the next targets?

Can psychics redeem humanity by teaching government the dangers of intervention? Are we facing an Orwellian society?

Loosely based on the author’s own psychic experiences, the novel paints a picture where government intervention is the norm and no personal thoughts are safe.

Reviewers have said Bateman’s book is “a story that will open the door to a new realm of possibilities.”

“Standards for Psychic Integration Presents the Journal of Marie Sands”
By Sandra Bateman
ISBN: 978 -1-4535-8877-2
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author

Sandra Bateman retired in 1996 after twenty years in the investment industry. Upon retirement, she left the Mojave Desert of California for the mountains of Southern Oregon.


For review copies or interview requests, contact:
Brittani Hensel
bhensel (at) bohlsengroup (dot) com

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