This biography about Annette Martin begins when she first discovered her psychic gift at age seven. James N. Frey brings her life story to life in this ‘engaging’ account of Annette’s mysterious adventures in the ‘Gift of the White Light’.
For over 37 years, Annette Martin has used her psychic ability, the Gift of the White Light, to help thousands of people answer everyday questions concerning heart, career, health, emotional issues, departed loved ones, as well as assisted police agencies and the FBI in solving crimes, convict criminals, and locate missing persons. She is frequently featured on national and international shows.
Martin has helped more than 60 law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, solve heinous crimes. She has been featured on the Psychic Detective, The Discovery Channel, The History Channel, Court TV, and many other television and radio shows.
Martin often channels Edgar Cayce, the sleeping prophet, who she has dedicated the book to, when giving health readings.
Her predictions are uncannily accurate. In a reading requested by John Denver, she said she saw him flying a small craft that would tumble into the ocean. Fifteen years later he would die exactly that way.
In this podcast Annette Martin discusses with Merryn Jose what the Gift of the White Light means to her. How her work with the FBI and police first came into being through a startling experience whilst taking a yoga class. Annette also talks about her ability to diagnose illnesses since childhood. This innate gift blossomed into her becoming an accurate ‘medical intuitive’ later in life with the help of the late Edgar Cayce.
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> About the Author of Gift of the White Light James N. Frey is the author of nine novels including Edgar-nominated A Long Way to Die, Literary Guild selection Winter of the Wolves, and four internationally acclaimed creative writing manuals: How to Write a Damn Good Novel, How to Write a Damn Good Novel: Advanced Techniques, The Key, and How to Write a Damn Good Mystery.