The Castaways

The Castaways : Real-Life Accounts of Aborted Souls

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When a troubled three-year-old boy began telling his parents about being in the tummy of his "other mommy," it seemed nothing more than a childhood fantasy. But his supposed memories only grew more vivid, as did his love and longing for the mother he felt he had lost. Little could anyone imagine the astonishing revelation that would come several years later when he met a friend of the family! This remarkable book tells his story and that of many like him. This is the story of the castaways. "We have learned much about death and the life after. Sarah Hinze leads us into the next great area of research-the study of where we come from." --Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D., Psychiatrist and author of On Death and Dying "The Castaways adds a new dimension to the entire field of books about life before birth by providing compelling evidence that babies in the womb can feel pain and rejection, sometimes resulting in traumatic memories after birth. The Castaways is a life-changing book with the potential to be a world-changing book." --John P. Pratt, Ph.D. "I have always believed that abortion is much more than just a choice. This fascinating book details how abortion effects not only women, but the children they choose not to bear." --Dr. Richard G. Wilkins, Professor of Law and Director, The World Family Policy Center (The Castaways, 2000)"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 8mm | 154g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508727058
  • 9781508727057
  • 2,425,852

About Sarah Hinze

"We have learned much about death. Now Sarah Hinze leads us into the next great area of research-the study of where we come from." So said noted author, psychiatrist, and pioneer in near-death studies, Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross. For over twenty years, Sarah has collaborated with leading experts on near-death experiences and pre-natal psychology while conducting extensive research and thousands of interviews. She has presented numerous workshops, seminars, and lectures at conferences and universities, and has been featured in articles and radio and TV shows in the US, Canada and Japan. Her writings have been the source of healing and hope for individuals worldwide. Sarah and Brent are the parents of nine children and a growing number of grandchildren."show more

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