June 27, 2005
Speak with the Dead: Seven Methods for Spirit Communication
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (July 2004)
Pages: 203 - Price: $14.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Konstantinos is a well-respected paranormal writer and among his book publications are
Summoning Spirits, and Gothic Grimoire. In this book he reveals how to contact the dead.
An interesting approach to life after death and the dead makes for fast-paced reading entertainment in this thoughtful examination of spirit contact. His steps are simple and
straight-forward and work.
Konstantinos explains how to use ordinary electronic devices to advantage in spirit contact. Tape recorders, video
cameras, and computers are shown to be nice avenues of contact for two-way communication with spirits. White noise is
also discussed at different places in the book.
Here is what you will learn in this well-researched nonfiction book. You will learn how to catch
electronic voice phenomena on tape and use radio noise to provide spirits with a voice. You will learn how to capture ghostly images on videotape and encourage sprits to use a telephone or computer. Other techniques include the art of skrying to see spirits, and
séances. There is a discussion on establishing telepathic contact with the deceased.
This book is a guide to the other side -- life after death. It will have a wide appeal for many readers, and those interested in the paranormal will become fascinated by
Konstantinos's approach to making spirit contact.
An enjoyable reading experience, the writing is concise and to the point. Excellent reference book for spirit contact after death.
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