Dandelion Signs Book Contract with Remote Viewing Journalist Cassandra ‘Sandy’ Frost
The Cassandra Frost Collection: A Cross between X-Files, Dance with Wolves and Celestine Prophecy
TEMPE, AZ, December 20, 2005, Dandelion Books www.dandelionbooks.net. . . Dandelion Books has just signed a publishing contract with award-winning e-journalist, editor and researcher Cassandra (‘Sandy’) Frost for The Cassandra Frost Collection that includes articles on Intuition, Remote Viewing, and Consciousness from a Native American Point of View.
Frost’s book profiles Remote Viewing veterans Ed Dames, Ingo Swann, Lyn Buchanan, Stephan Schwartz, Joe McMoneagle, Skip Atwater and Mel Riley as well as “RV young lions” Aaron Donahue and Prudence Calabrese.
Remote Viewing, for which Frost is professionally trained, is used to accurately predict the outcome of random and/or deterministic events. It has officially been standard protocol for government, intelligence and protection agencies.
Frost is a regular contributor to:
She also has two of her own blogs:
States Frost: “This is the first book that takes a hard look into the dark, dangerous world of Remote Viewing. I chronicle my journey into the world of RV that began with handshakes and hugs and ended up like Alice in Wonderland running for her life as the Red Queen screamed ‘Off with her head!’”
“Dandelion is honored to be Frost’s publisher,” states Carol Adler, Dandelion Books President. “As a human being, she is a treasure. As a professional, she is brilliant, gifted, eager to share her intuitive and spiritual gifts, and totally dedicated to humanitarian causes.
“Remote Viewing is not really understood by the general public,” states Adler. “Frost’s interviews with the ‘crème de la crème’ of Remote Viewers is a rare opportunity to experience first-hand, exciting RV adventures that are, to quote Frost, ‘a Cross between X-Files, Dance with Wolves and Celestine Prophecy!’”
“I also wanted to include articles I’ve written about Remote Viewing and Consciousness from an Athabascan or Alaska Native perspective, since those are my roots,” says Frost. “In this part of the book I have provided an informal guide to spiritual living using Native American concepts.”
In addition to 20 years of journalism experience, Frost served honorably in the U.S. Navy as an electronics technician. She is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Native American Journalists Association, Mohican Veterans, Northwest Indian Veteran’s Association and the American Indian Movement.
Dandelion Books www.dandelionbooks.net is known world-wide for its boutique collection of uncensored books, unfettered fiction, and spiritual works that “lift people out of the ordinary into the world of unlimited opportunities for personal growth – and joy,” states Adler. Recent publications include Taboo: A Memoir – Confessions of Forbidden Love, by Tom Hathaway; Tracking Deception: Bush Mid-East Policy, by William A. Cook; Living with Soul: An Old Soul’s Guide to Life, the Universe and Everything, Vol. I, by Tony Stubbs; Progressive Awareness: Critical Thinking, Self-Awareness & Critical Consciousness, by Norman D. Livergood; and The Arbuckle Treasure Hunt: Book Two in the “Waaaay Out There!” Series, by Tuklo Nashoba.
In its recent website renovation, Dandelion has added a Memorial Project for collecting the names of all U.S. Military who lost their lives in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. “We are aware that the Department of Defense is not providing the complete list,” states Adler, “so we are initiating an all-out call-out to collect the full list so we can build a memorial to these courageous individuals.”
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