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    Available in PDF Format | MARILYN MONROE RETURNS: The Healing of a Soul.pdf | English
    Adrian Finklestain(Author)

Marilyn Monroe Returns reveals provocative new evidence that the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe is a top-of-the-charts Canadian singer named Sherrie Lea Laird, a woman who shares undeniably remarkable similarities with the legendary icon. Stunning photos throughout the book powerfully demonstrate the many characteristics these two ladies share.

In her own words, Sherrie Lea reflects on a lifetime of being Marilyn: her childhood as Norma Jean, her rise to superstardom, as well as her many loves. And, most dramatically, Sherrie Lea answers a question that has plagued Marilyn's fans for more than forty years: Was Marilyn's death truly a suicide?

"When I was eleven or twelve, I was sitting on my aunt's knee and we were talking about the beauty mark just above my lip. I asked what it was. It looked stupid to me. She began singing, 'A kiss on the hand can be quite continental, but diamonds are a girl's best friend.' The lyrics just echoed in my head, as if coming down a long corridor of sound form the past. I asked, 'What's that?' She said it was a song from an old movie, sung by someone famous: Marilyn Monroe. My aunt only said that she was a singer, but I had this coy, sly feeling and said to myself, 'Why do I feel like she's talking about me?'"--from the book

A Legend Returns and a Star Is Born!

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  • PDF | 328 pages
  • Adrian Finklestain(Author)
  • English
  • 10
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By L on 7 November 2011

    I believe in reincarnation but this book undermines the case for it. Very disappointed - the approach seemed very unprofessional. While 'under hypnosis' Sherrie is asked questions and then very often provided with the answers before she says anything. There are many leading questions and the technique is not at all believable. There are many instances when Sherrie is asked several questions all in one go which often adds to her confusion and to the reader is very irritating. You get the impression that the author is emotionally attached to the outcome which renders the whole process questionable. Not much substance and lots of repetition and 'padding'. I have read many good books on reincarnation and sadly this is not one of them.

  • By E. Chapman on 4 January 2007

    A fantastic book! I saw this advertised in my local paper and decided for me it was a must have. Once i picked it up i quite lierally couldnt put it down! Even if you dont believe in reincarnation, the doctor backing up Miss.Lairds claims has some incredible ideas on regression, and using it to cure ailments for people in this life. Is she a hoax/ or maybe she is helping us address some matters of the psyche we dont quite understand. An amazing book! Worth reading!!

  • By C. Mezes on 3 October 2014

    I love the book, I love the woman. She has rescued countless animals and humans in distress. She always hasand I've known her since grade school. She is telling the truth. Many people in our day commented on her looking likeNorma Jeane and we had no idea who 'Norma' was.Sherrie Lea is the most stalked woman on line with tons of people making fake pages to talk about herbecause she exposes so much crime against humanity. The things she revealed in the past are now common placecomments on music and film videos regarding the Illuminati and religious connections to mind control.Excellent book. She is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe and passed with biometric flying colors.

  • By Steve Gordon on 8 October 2006

    [...]A psychiatrist who has specialized in past-life therapy for 30 years, Finkelstein has been working with Sherrie Lea Laird, a Canadian pop singer who believes that she is the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe. Born less than a year after Monroe's death, Laird reports that she found herself having disturbing, intrusive flashbacks of Monroe's life. A large part of the book consists of transcripts from Finkelstein's sessions with Laird under hypnosis. Also included are side-by-side photos of Laird and Monroe that are supposed to show their physical similarities and a comparison of personality traits and voice patterns. Cumulatively, this information proves to Finkelstein that Laird was once the legendary star. Readers who believe in reincarnation and are obsessed with Marilyn Monroe will want to read this book, particularly for the transcripts of the hypnosis sessions during which Laird supposedly reveals memories of Monroe's life and death. Other readerswishing to understand the techniques used to establish the possible validity of past-life experiences will also be intrigued. Recommended for large public libraries and university libraries with specialized collections on reincarnation and/or Marilyn Monroe.-Mary E. Jones, Los Angeles P.L.

  • By Avid reader on 12 February 2011

    Though I am a believer in reincarnation, I found this book to be absurd. Personally, I think this so called "doctor" was just looking for some publicity, and the girl an outright deluded liar. Don't waste your money.

  • By Edward on 10 October 2016

    An excellent read, very ingteresting

  • By nick - sidcup on 25 February 2013

    what a shame that Dr Finkelstein doesn't let the reader in on the fact that Sherrie Lea Laird spends all her time on youtube posting anti-semitic hatred to the world

  • By nds on 23 April 2010

    I borrowed this book off of a friend. Out of curiosity and was amazed how anyone can believe this. Anyone can study marilyn and add her speech patterns to their own and anyone can make themselves look as much like Marilyn as possible, even though looks have absoloutely nothing to do with being a reincarnation as a reincarnated marilyn could look like anyone.i don't recommend wasting your time.

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