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Olga Worrall: Mystic with the Healing Hands

Cerutti, Edwina

 The author, who has written books and articles in the field of medicine and is married to an M.D., had no previous interest in spiritual healing and even considered herself a skeptic when she and her husband consulted the Worralls in a desperate search for a cure for an illness of Dr. Cerutti's that orthodox medicine had failed to cure. Impressed by Olga Worrall as a perso, although still skeptical about paranormal healin, Mrs. Cerutti attended the New Life Clinic conducted by Olga Worrall every Thursday in the Mount Washington Methodist Church in Baltimore, interviewed Mrs. Worrall on many occasions, and became a friend. In this book, Cerutti gives a firsthand account of Olga Worrall's healing methods and of her philosophy of life, how her psychic and healing powers developed, and why she believed in survival. Olga Worrall felt she had a mission to heal and this religious orientation permeated her life and comes through strongly in this book. Some investigations of Olga Worrall by scientists are described briefly, but those who want to read further will be frustrated by the complete lack of any bibliographic references, although sometimes a periodical title is given.
Publisher Information:New York: Harper & Row, 1975. 169p. 1 table
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