Book Review: Vanquishing Ghosts and Demons by Sandrae Mosses

18579784Title: Vanquishing Ghosts and Demons

Author: Sandrae Mosses

Genre: Non-Fiction, True Haunting, Ghosts and Hauntings

Rating: 3,5 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

The bizarre and terrifying true accounts in this book will have readers on the edge of their seats, aghast at what is “out there” and what can happen to those unlucky enough to cross pathways with deadly astral predators.

This book explores more than 30 case studies of spiritualist medium Sandrea Mosses and her colleagues as they battle ghosts, ghouls, and demons that have entered our world through portals or invitation. This is not a how-to book — in fact, the author is quite clear that inexperienced individuals can actually cause astral onslaughts to escalate and unwittingly bring great danger into their own life. However with the proper people, training, and tools, dark entities can be beaten.

In her work, Sandrea Mosses has removed astral beings from people, places, and the land itself. She has encountered everything from eerie ghost hauntings to creepy other-dimensional beings to full-blown demonic infestations

Vanquishing Ghosts and Demons tells us about the experiences of Sandrae Mosses, a spiritual medium, who battles ghosts, ghouls and even demons, along with her colleagues. Sandrea has lots of experience, and the cases she presents in this book range from tame, regular hauntings, to demon attacks that are downright creepy.

I found some of the terminology in this book strange, and I had trouble understanding how the demons/ghosts were pictured to Sandrae. Sometimes they appeared small, sometimes large. Either way, the spirits metioned were very cunning, and Sandrae’s own spirit guides often had to help her, or intervene.

I’m used to reading more scientifically-based true haunting books, but even the ones I’ve read before that deal with mediums, used different methods than Sandrae and her group. It was good to see a different perspective, and a different way of handling things.

Although I still prefer the scientific method, and find it far more credible, this book was a pleasant read with good writing.

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