Douglas R. Thomson

Douglas lives, with his wife Susan in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. He spent 29 years with the Canadian Military. After retiring, he qualified as a Registered Aromatherapist, Reflexologist, and an instructor of these and other complementary therapies. Together they established the British Columbia Institute of Holistic Studies, an accredited post secondary institution and the Family Wellness Centre in Chilliwack, B.C. Douglas and Susan moved to Sault Ste. Marie to be near their daughter Alana, son Blair, and their two grandchildren, Colton and Chase. Douglas started his journey along the path of spiritual development during his posting to New Brunswick. While there, friends introduced him to various concepts of spiritualism, which fit in with what he believed and had felt for many years. While in New Brunswick, Douglas started channelling his spirit guide Anthony and although it took many years to overcome his personal barriers and allow Anthony to communicate with relative ease, Douglas has now opened himself so that Anthony could bring forward the information contained within this book.
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Remember our Fallen

Memorial Day, originally called "Decoration Day" was created
to honor those who have been slain in defense of the US.

  
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As many of our returning customers know, we close on the holidays to recharge our batteries, as we're normally open 6/days/week.  As a former servicemember, I feel strongly that Memorial Day should be observed--and remembered.  

We'll be closed, administratively, from 5:00 p.m, the night of May 24th 2019 through the morning of May 28th 2019.  Production will be full-tilt boogie while the office is closed, but in Admin, phones will not be answered and emails will only receive auto-replies until we're back on our regular schedule. Books that are in production will be shipped, fear not.  

Thanks, and have a happy and safe--and memorable--Memorial Day.
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