Title: The Life of One Woman
Author: Nancy Fullwood
Description: Red cloth boards with gilt lettering. Light wear to spine ends; faint spotting on rear board; front bottom fore-corner lightly bumped. One page has a bit of minor soiling, otherwise interior is clean and unmarked. 114 pp. 8 x 5.5 inches.
The sequel to The Song of Sano Tarot. A metaphysical account of reincarnation or spiritual rebirth, as dictated to Fullwood by the Intelligences known as Sano Tarot and The Timekeeper. The account follows the evolutionary journey of a soul called Uodeo through various celestial and earthly milieu.
Nancy Fullwood (born Anna M. Mebane in 1870) was the author of six books published between 1929 and 1939. The metaphysically inclined architect, Claude Bragdon, was an acquaintance of Fullwood's and wrote the introduction to her earlier book, The Song of Sano Tarot. He also recounted Fullwood's description of her clairvoyant awakening in 1917 in his own autobiography, More Lives than One.
Jacket Condition: None
Publisher: Macoy Publishing
Place: New York
Keywords: metaphysics, spiritualism, clairvoyance, psychic, Sano Tarot, reincarnation,
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