Dolores Cannon

Dolores Cannon

German

Dolores Cannon, a regressive hypnotherapist and psychic researcher who records “Lost” knowledge, was born in 1931 in St. Louis, Missouri. She was educated and lived in St. Louis until her marriage in 1951 to a career Navy man. She spent the next 20 years traveling all over the world as a typical Navy wife, and raising her family. In 1970 her husband was discharged as a disabled veteran, and they retired to the hills of Arkansas. She then started her writing career and began selling her articles to various magazines and newspapers.

She has been involved with hypnosis since 1968, and exclusively with past-life therapy and regression work since 1979. She has studied the various hypnosis methods and thus developed her own unique QHHT® – Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique which enabled her to gain the most efficient release of information from her clients. Dolores was teaching her unique technique of hypnosis all over the world.

In 1986 she expanded her investigations into the UFO field. She has done on-site studies of suspected UFO landings, and has investigated the Crop Circles in England. The majority of her work in this field has been the accumulation of evidence from suspected abductees through hypnosis.

Dolores was an international speaker who had lectured on all the continents of the world.

Her seventeen books are translated into twenty languages. She had spoken to radio and television audiences worldwide.

Articles about and by Dolores have appeared in several U.S. and international magazines and newspapers.

Dolores was the first American and the first foreigner to receive the “Orpheus Award” in Bulgaria, for the highest advancement in the research of psychic phenomenon. She has received Outstanding Contribution and Lifetime Achievement awards from several hypnosis organizations.

Dolores has a very large family who kept her solidly balanced between the “real” world of her family and the “unseen” world of her work.

Dolores made her transition from this dimension on October 18, 2014.

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