I hope you are well. You may have noticed something a little different when you dropped by today. Facing The Page now has its own domain. Also, this is a post I’ve wanted to share for some time. I recently read a book which shifted my perspective more than the average reading material. Former aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Suzanne Giesemann has recently published Wolf’s Message, a book which spoke to me as few others have. I am excited to share my impressions with you, with Suzanne’s permission.
Wolf’s Message: A Review
Every once in a while, a book comes along which opens our eyes to that which we cannot physically see, and yet know on some level to be true. Suzanne Giesemann’s recently published Wolf’s Message is one such work. I doubt that the book would ever have come into my consciousness if not for the suggestion of Martha Jo Atkins.
I downloaded it to my Kindle on a Thursday, and finished it whilst sitting in mid-August sunshine the Saturday after. Former aide to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Suzanne Giesemann avows elsewhere that she never expected to become a medium, but circumstance intervened with the loss of her step-daughter Susan. The young man ‘Wolf’ (Michael) Pasakarnis whose Message Suzanne delivers to his family, and now to the world through her book, died in the exact manner that Suzanne’s step-daughter did only a few years earlier.
So insistent was Wolf on communicating with his family that he visited with Suzanne the night before the scheduled session, to reveal things which were later corroborated by his relatives. ‘Wolf’ requested that Suzanne ask his parents to score these particular details, using a method outlined by Dr. Gary Schwartz, author of The Afterlife Experiments. It is safe to say that reading Giesemann’s book leads down a path of further investigation. I am now in the process of reading Dr. Schwartz’s book as well. It serves to throw further light on Suzanne’s work, as though any were needed.
Wolf’s Message is a book to be read with an open heart, which reveals that there is so much more to life than what we see. Over the course of several months, Suzanne worked with Wolf to reveal a message of hope for humanity, and show us the way home.
The product of this, besides the book, was the beautiful ‘Heart Gifts’ presentation, wherein Suzanne details every aspect of the journey she undertook in this physical world, whilst working with Wolf in spirit.
I am loath to reveal too much more, as Wolf’s Message is amongst those books best enjoyed without expectation, but with the knowledge that once you read the book, you may not be quite the same person you were when you first picked it up. Or downloaded it on Kindle, for that matter – I know I’m not. In short, Suzanne has written a heartwarming, enlightening book about her experience, which leaves the reader richer for the reading.
If you read the book as a result of reading this post, I hope you’ll come back and let me know what you think.