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Walking Through Walls: A Memoir by Philip Smith

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Smith's Father Had Supernatiural Powers to Heal and Move Clouds?

   Smith, an artist and former managing editor of GQ magazine, reflects on his youth in 1960s Miami. He wanted a father who mowed the lawn, drank beer, and fell asleep in front of the TV. Instead, his dad, Lew Smith, was a successful interior … see full wiki

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I Believe!!

  • Mar 5, 2009
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book that will have you believing in the power of the mind as well as communicating with the dead! Phillip Smith tells the story of growing up with a father (Lew) who, with the power of his mind was able to punch holes in clouds, diagnose and heal people, locate people in any part of the world, and be able to freely communicate with dead spirits. Phillip constantly rebelled at the control of his father who always knew everything that Phillip was doing as well as what Phillip was thinking. Lew was only looking out for the interest of his son and always trying to set him on the right path.
The way Phillip tells it, the reader will easily believe everything about Lew and never doubt the power of the mind and the spirit world again! I couldn't put this book down and highly recommend it!

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