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- Alexander Cannon was a British psychiatrist, occultist, hypnotist and author. He became well known in the 1930s for his occult writings, and more recently for his alleged influence on King Edward VIII shortly before his abdication.
- born in (119 years ago) in Leeds
- nationality: United Kingdom
- died on (52 years ago) in Douglas
- written works: "The Mastery Of The Mind Over Time And Space", "How To Get What You Want", "A Terrible Occult Truth", "The Way To The Abode Of Learning And Love", "The Evidence Of Power", "Power of Karma in relation to destiny", "Dreams, Disassociation And Disease", "Occidental Hypnotism", "Invisible influence", "Black Magic", "Psychology And Things Occult", "The Science Of The Kingdom", "Some Psychic Phenomenon", "Telepathy", "Sleeping Through Space", "Oriental Hypnotism", "Hypnotism, suggestion and faith-healing", "The Astral Body And The Etheric Body", "Faith Healing", "Karma", "Communications From Other Planes", "Influence And Power", "Powers that be"
- Alexander Cannon was a colonel in the Jacobite forces in Scotland in the period immediately after the Glorious Revolution.
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by Norman C. McClelland
Alexander Cannon, this is the name of the realm where souls are prepared for their rebirth descent. See also Great White Brotherhood. Gates of death and rebirth see Celestial ...
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