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Where Heavens Meet
by K. T. Frankovich
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Hunter Todd Chairman and Founder of the 33rd Annual World Film Fest
"This book is so multi-faceted ... is many books in one ... This book is a revelation unlike anything I have ever read before!"
"That extraordinary psychic ability exists within some human beings can no longer be disputed. It is however, arguable as to who can do it, and how well they can do it. The field is fraught with fraud and self-deluding individuals. The governments of the United States, the former Soviet Union, Great Britain and others have used psychics in national security work. There are police departments in the U.S. and around the world who, though seldom like to admit it publicly, have used psychics successfully when all else had failed. As past President of the Society For Psychical Research of Beverly Hills, California, and a TV producer and talk show host on the subject, I investigated many psychics. It was a part of our mission to inform the public about the frauds and scams that are so prevalent in that field. We found most simply could not perform as advertised, and of course, some who were outright frauds. Those few who were extraordinary, were almost beyond description. k.t. Frank! ovich is of the latter group. She is a gifted and seemingly natural psychic. I have always approached all paranormal events as an open-minded skeptic. Ms. Frankovich is the first psychic to cause my jaw to involuntarily drop. Ive referred many others to her as well, with the same results."
--Hunter Todd, Chairman and Founder of the 33rd Annual Film Fest.
"This book is so multi-faceted...is many books in one...This book is a revelation unlike Anything I have ever read before!"
k.t Frankovich comes from the same family in the film business behind the classics Bridge over the River Kwai, Exodus, Purple Rain, Kojak, There is a Girl in My Soup, Butterflies are Free. She holds the coveted Gold Venus(also awarded to Steven Spielberg, George Lucas) and is a psychic PSI Tested by leading world parapsychologists. Where Heavens Meet chronicles k.t. Frankovich's survival, Being homeless on the streets of Miami with her 13 year-old son, and how she survived the largest natural Disaster ever recorded in the history of the United States. Where Heavens Meet delves into the mysteries Of life and exposes the truth behind tragic disasters misreported or not reported at all by the media. This is A book of human survival under the worst conditions.
From the Publisher
If ever there was a book that held you spellbound by a person's life and experiences, Where Heavens Meet does all that and more. k.t Frankovich takes you through her childhood and paranormal experiences to bring you to a new heightened awareness. She also shares her Hollywood rise during 1975, where she was recognized as one of the top screenwriters in the world. This autobiographical account of her life's evolution in the form of premonitions is revealed in chapter after chapter, interwoven from one riveting scene to another. This true story takes you through her homeless days spent on Miami streets, and how she survived the devastation of Hurricane Andrew. k.t spent more than a year researching the truth behind this disaster and discovered how one piece of her research neatly fit into her entire life to reveal the secrets of this human tragedy. Where Heavens Meet is her life's prophecy. Other survivors in the devastated areas surrounding South Dade expand the truth of this book for all Americans.
From the Back Cover
"I'd like to introduce you to k.t. Frankovich. This woman's versatility is unmatched. She's Been involved with films, comedy, drama, stage...(also) She is a poetess extraordinaire. A remarkable Woman and my friend." --Tara Dawn and Rolling Stone, the radio TV network "k.t you have been a real joy to have on. I have never had anybody with such a wonderfully descriptive way about her...and it is the most detailed, careful description of an encounter, with somebody-something from elsewhere, that I think I've ever heard. That, along with Travis Walton, and Betty and Barney Hill, and others of the same ilk. Absolutely remarkable!" --Art Bell: Coast to Coast Radio Broadcast Jan'98.
About the Author
You may be familiar with the Frankovich family name behind just some of the movies such as Exodus, Laurence of Arabia, Bridge over River Kwai, Purple Rain, Kojak etc., k.t. is one of the family members, and in her own rights holds the Gold Venus Award ( also held by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas) and The Golden Horn of Plenty from actor Peter Graves for Major Movie and TV documentary writing - specializing in wildlife/nature.
Excerpted from Where Heavens Meet by k.t
Chapter 1 The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources. Albert Einstein
My life began on a premonition according to my mother.
Mrs. Robinson was a kindly soul who was ever so sweet. The dear little old lady lived next door to the small apartment my newly wed parents rented. In the beginning of the relationship, my mother had no idea Mrs. Robinson was an extraordinary clairvoyant. The elderly woman did not boast about her ability, much less advertise or use it in a commercial manner. She remained very secretive about this aspect of her life. As time went on and my mother began to know her a little better, the truth was made known. It all began with a simple statement Mrs. Robinson made during one of her frequent visits.
"I can see into the future. It's something I've been able to do all my life," she said quite casually in passing conversation.
My mother was somewhat taken back by the strange comment. She'd never had any association with an individual who claimed to be clairvoyant. Even if she had, Mrs. Robinson would have been the last person in the world she would have ever expected to hear this from. It wasn't as if the elderly woman was some kind of transient gypsy traveling through the neighborhood.
"That's nice," my embarrassed mother smiled back, not knowing what else to say.
From that point on, Mrs. Robinson astounded my mother with one accurate prediction after another. She was never wrong. Her ability so strongly pronounced, it enabled her to correctly describe the minutest details in things she foresaw.
"This is a very special baby you are about to have," Mrs. Robinson stated one day to my pregnant mother.
"Oh yes, I know," my mother smiled back sweetly.
"I don't mean in the manner you're thinking," Mrs. Robinson answered gently. "You are going to have a baby girl. A special baby girl whose life is one of destiny. She will be destined from the moment of her birth."
"Someday her name will be known all around the world. She will become famous. More so than you can possibly imagine. People will travel great distances to see her. Hear her. Just to be near her. She will stand on many different stages, in many foreign countries."
"What will she be doing on the stage? Acting?" my curious mother asked.
"Oh no, my dear. She will not be acting. Her own words are what the audiences will come to hear. I see her talking to huge audiences. People listening, hanging onto every word she says."
"I also see a man standing in the wings. He is someone very close to her. He introduces her, sometimes stands on the stage beside her, other times steps back into the wings. He listens to every word she says. Watches every move she makes."
"I don't understand what she could possibly be doing if she's not acting," my confused mother stated.
"Talking," Mrs. Robinson replied. "She is simply talking to the audience. I see her speaking her own words. She's not acting. This is something entirely different than acting."
Mrs. Robinson reiterated this fascinating prediction to my mother several times before I was born. This left my mother a bit confused as to what I would be doing on stage. In 1947, one generally associated audiences and the stage with theater. Surely not with public lectures or poetry performances. It's no wonder she remained confused.
After my mother gave birth and brought me home from the hospital, the first time Mrs. Robinson laid eyes upon me, she excitedly clasped her hands together joyously exclaiming, "Oh, yes! This is the child of destiny! Welcome to the world little darling. Oh, she is so adorable."
Mrs. Robinson's premonition is particularly interesting because I also possess unusual psychic abilities. Psychic phenomena is a normal part of my life, just like with her. Odd as this may sound, I can't imagine what it feels like going through a single day without the use of psychic abilities. What may seem astonishing to others is often quite natural to me.
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