Healing the Family Tree

Kobo ebook | January 17, 2013

byKenneth McAll

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First published thirty years ago, this sensational and highly original book has been in print and in demand ever since. Dr Kenneth McAll tells how through his medical and religious experiences he has discovered a remarkable new method of healing. Believing that many supposedly incurable’ patients are the victims of ancestral control, he seeks to liberate them from domination. By drawing up a family tree he is able to identify the ancestor who is causing his patient harm. He then cuts the bond between the ancestor and the patient by celebrating, with a clergyman, a service of Holy Communion in which he delivers the tormented ancestor to God.

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First published thirty years ago, this sensational and highly original book has been in print and in demand ever since. Dr Kenneth McAll tells how through his medical and religious experiences he has discovered a remarkable new method of healing. Believing that many supposedly incurable’ patients are the victims of ancestral control, ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:January 17, 2013Publisher:SpckLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:028106962X

ISBN - 13:9780281069620

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spiritual Effects of Abortion A powerful exposition of the "Other side" to the story of abortion... its effects on the mother, on the family and on the unborn child. What is our responsibility as a by stander? In 1958 ...study showed from about fourteen weeks a fetus will have formed a memory area in the brain which emotions and sounds coming from the parents are recorded... At ten weeks the baby responds to love...these babies were real people with souls and memories of the loving God who had once handled them. pg 47-58
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