Beyond the Shadow of Doubt
Here is the first comprehensive book on the phenomena of Precipitated Spirit Art.Included is never before published information on the famous Bangs Sisters and the Campbell Brothers. Precipitated painting is defined, and the method of its production is described. The chemical process involved was researched by a chemist during the time of the phenomena. The main evidence that forms the basis of the author's argument is a report by a health professional and an artist that life continues after the change called death.
Many color plates and illustrations of authentic precipitated spirit paintings are presented throughout, the most famous works being of Napoleon Bonaparte and Abraham Lincoln. By using process called iridology, which is the study of the eye's iris, the health professional is able to accurately identify Lincoln's illnesses. This is just one example of the messages left by spirits in such precipitated spirit paintings.
This book contains many more works of spirit art that the author has been able to decode, as well as several unsolved mysteries for the readers to explore. Forward by Raymond Buckland.
Illustrated with nineteen color plates.
5 1/4 x 8. quality softcover, 139 pages, Profusely illustrated. ISBN 978-1-931942-27-0
The perfect compliment to Slate Writing, Precipitated Spirit Paintings explores even more communication from spirit.
About the Author: Ron Nagy's interest in communicating with the spirit world has gained him the honor of being considered one of the United States' leading authorities in his field. Born in Pheonixville, Pennsylvania, Ron later attended Western Kentucky University and went on to join the United States Air Force. Recently, he has been contributor to the National Spiritualist Summit and also serves as a walking tour guide for the Lily Dale Assembly. Previously published Precipitated Spirit Painting.