I turned my own experiences into an entertaining, fictional story to share just one type of experience. I think there are many more stories out there and it’s important to share them.
Medford, OR (PRWEB) August 19, 2013
In a study for psychic experiences published in The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research, 30 percent of United States participants reported contact with the dead. Sandra Bateman’s new book has been called a “must-read to broaden understanding of a new dimension.” In her book, Standards for Psychic Integration Presents the Journal of Marie Sands, Bateman pens a world where government institutions value psychic experiences and want to catalog and control each and every person who has them.
In the book, Marie Sands uses her psychic understanding to help those stuck in a space between dying and death and meticulously journals each experience. Her experiences as a psychic land her in the eyes of the National Security Agency for government use and research through a new agency, the Standards for Psychic Integration. Fueled with experiences that are the author’s own but masked by a beautiful, engaging story of Marie Sands, this is just the tale of one type of psychic ability and experience.
“I turned my own experiences into an entertaining, fictional story to share just one type of experience. I think there are many more stories out there and it’s important to share them," says Bateman.
According to Sandra Bateman, various psychic experiences are more common than most of us believe. She shares just one kind of psychic experience and hopes that others will feel compelled to share their psychic abilities in a potentially new series presented by the fictional government institution, Standards for Psychic Integration (SPI).
Standards for Psychic Integration Presents the Journal of Marie Sands
By Sandra Bateman
Available at http://www.amazon.com
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.
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