The Strong Witch Society: Volume One of The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons by D.H. Parsons is on the surface an amazing tale of one man’s experiences with the paranormal, but as the pages turn, it also turns out that it goes well beyond that.
Mary Bliss Parsons was tried for witchcraft in the Salem witch trials in 1675. With her freedom purchased by her husband Joseph, she was aquitted but lived the life of an outcast, many having believed the accusations against her. Nine generations later, her descendant D.H. Parsons begins receiving communication from Mary, and what she has to tell him is beyond anything you could ever imagine.
As the book progresses, Mary is going into much detail with D.H. regarding not only her true history and story, but about what lies on the other side and what it means to us as people and as a planet. With many details about our creator, how we are doing versus how we are expected to do, where true evil comes from, and where we are headed, this book goes well beyond a ghost story into a guide on how we as humans should treat each other and even how we should view religion itself. Regardless of what one’s beliefs are, this is a must read on how we humans as a whole have used and abused not only each other, but the world in which we were given to occupy during our time that we live in this form. It describes not only a much bigger picture than our day to day lives to consider, but a way to apply our lives here to something greater.
As for the other message that lies within the books pages, it seems that Mary is not alone in what she really is, and that there are others like herself and the author that are meant to step forward and begin taking necessary steps to save our world, our vital place to come for an existance or ten to learn lessons that are invaluable to our soul, before it is too late.
One note to the readers: This book has never been marketed as fiction, and I personally do not believe that it could be. I do believe that while D.H. is the catalyst here that puts pen to paper, the true words spoken in this book and the knowledge within them are received from Mary Bliss Parsons herself, and no amount of creativity could possibly have made them otherwise. But that is really not the point. Whether you are able to view this man’s story as fact, or wish to deem it as fiction, the underlying message in it cannot be missed. Regardless of whether you choose to call it a message from the divine or the moral of the story, either way, it is something we should all hear. And, as the author points out, those that read her words and know them as truth that need to find this book, will in fact know…
D.H. Parsons can be heard on ParaChallenged Radio August 30th at 9 pm EST, don’t miss it!
The Strong Witch Society can be ordered at http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0984629734