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A Soul Remembers Hiroshima
Dolores Cannon
ISBN: 9780963277664
Book (Paperback)
Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.
$13.00
5 1/2 x 8 1/2
168 pages
March 23, 2020


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Prior to contacting Dolores for a regression session, a 22-year-old American woman inexplicably became deeply traumatized and overwhelmed by a sudden rush of memories that had no rational explanation. The memories were triggered in the following settings. On an ordinary day as she walked into her living room, a program was playing on the television where survivors of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima were being interviewed. There were no scenes of the bombing, simply the interviewer discussing the event with the guests. As she viewed the images of the survivors describing their experiences, without explanation, she suddenly began experienced scenes flashing through her mind of the actual bombing as it occurred in real time. As well as experiencing visual images of the event, additional senses were stimulated as she could also hear the screams of people and feel the deep pain of the experience. Intuitively, she knew she had been present when the event occurred. In the days and weeks that followed after watching the program, the horrific scenes of the explosion itself and the resulting aftermath continued to persistently flood her mind. She was able to push them to the back of her mind for a brief period of time so she could function in everyday life, however, this became too exhausting a process which provided no explanation to what was happening to her or why. At this point, she contacted Dolores and she sought her help via a session. This book is the story of how Dolores carefully traced these experiences back to her life as a Japanese man named Nogorigatu living in Hiroshima during WWII. It tells the story of what the Japanese people experienced during the war and is a side of history that has neither been fully explored nor written about. At the time, it was Dolores most challenging case because she was unsure of how the young lady would react to reliving dying in an atomic explosion. It had to be handled with extreme care. The resulting story cries out to our time, "Do not let this horror happen again!"

Until her death in October 2014, Dolores Cannon was recognized as a pioneer in the field of past-life regression. She was a hypnotherapist who specialized in the recovery and cataloging of “Lost Knowledge”. Her roots in hypnosis went back to the 1960s, and specialized in past-life therapy since the 1970s. She had been active in UFO and Crop Circle investigations for over 27 years. Dolores wrote 18 books about her research in hypnosis and UFO cases. Some titles include: The Three Waves of Volunteers and the New Earth, Conversations with Nostradamus, Volumes 1-3, Jesus and the Essenes, Between Death & Life, The Convoluted Universe series; and the most recent The Search for Hidden Sacred Knowledge.
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