The Diary of Mary Bliss Parsons
Authored by DH Parsons
In 1675, Mary Bliss Parsons, the author's great grandmother nine times removed, was tried for witchcraft during the Salem witch trials. She was
acquitted only because her husband, Joseph, was able to purchase her freedom.
Such is the known history of Mary Bliss Parsons. What is not so well known is that Mary was a member of a small but powerful group of witches, The Strong Witch Society. After her death in 1712, it became Mary's purpose to
somehow "awaken" in the mind and spirit of one of her future descendants in order to reinstitute The Strong Witch Society. The author is that grandchild.
What unfolds on the pages of this book is a rollercoaster of supernatural events and 'lessons' designed with the express purpose of calling together the remaining Strong Witches in order to divert an impending world disaster.
About the author:
DH Parsons is the founder and president of the Bliss-Parsons Institute, College of
Metaphysics and Parapsychology. He has a Master's Degree in Public Education and a
Ph.D. in Metaphysics. Because of his relationship with Mary Bliss Parsons, he has been an avid student of the history and nature of Witchcraft for many years. Visit his website at www.bliss-parsons.com
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