The Silent Cry by Ingrid Woermann
An inside view of hypnosis and other methods of Para-psychology; as they are used inside the church.

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"This is a true story.

For three years, from the 15th November 2004 to 8th of November 2007; I was held hostage through Parapsychology by a very successful pastor of global influence. This ministry introduced me to astral sex and then they robed me.

The Silent Cry documents my fight for freedom and the struggle to take back custody of my life.

“The Super pastor” does not limit him self to running the church. They are involved in every area of society including politics. I am talking about criminals hiding in churches. This matter is urgent! The knowledge you will gain from this book will rob fear of its power and give you the tools you will need to defend yourself.

Parapsychology is a weapon of war. This book is a MAYDAY call.

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About Ingrid Woermann

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Published December 20, 2011 by Xlibris. 588 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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