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Pages from a Medium's Notebook
by Robert A. Nelson


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Pages from a Medium's Notebook by Robert A. Nelson

Would you like to open the secret notebook of a successful medium and psychic reader? To study and absorb the personal notes and information gleaned as a result of years of experience? Would you like first-hand observations and instructions on how to give successful "psychological readings?" To know what to anticipate when a client enters your office? To know what type of reading to give for the satisfaction of the subject? To discover how and why the client is so easily fooled? To learn the closely guarded bits of "business" that build private readings and reputations?

The information contained in this ebook is unique - it is a series of notations, observations and revelations of a most successful operator. Twists, wrinkles, ways and means of "giving readings" for pleasure or profit are revealed.

Examples, readings and methods galore! These notes have been collected over a period of years, now compiled and published in ebook form. Carefully studied, the methods in this no-holds-barred work give the reader full knowledge of "how to give private readings" successfully and satisfactorily, without resorting to trick devices or apparatus.

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1st edition 1939, PDF 81 pages.
word count: 22496 which is equivalent to 89 standard pages of text