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Author gets deep with meaning of life

Anne Winter is launching her fifth book this morning at the Warwick Library.
Anne Winter is launching her fifth book this morning at the Warwick Library. Linden Morris

IF YOU have ever wondered about the science of immortality or the purpose of life, then the new book entitled Alchemy of the Soul: Science of Immortality might hold the answers you were after.

Author Anne Winter, who has spent the past 15 years researching this field of study, said the book explained the dimensional shift in humanity's existence and experience.

"It is a very deep book with new ideas about philosophical ideas," Mrs Winter said.

"I have researched the differences in the Earth's frequency and vibrations, and have also gathered information about the purpose of our life here and our interconnectedness to everything.

"What I argue is that these answers are not just found in one religion but found in all ancient philosophy."

Mrs Winter said the book was written to help the reader navigate the shift so they could have a happier life.

"When we are bombarded by higher frequencies there are changes in our body that we call evolvement," she said.

"Consequently we will be shifting with the Earth into the next stages of evolution."

Mrs Winter said she had had four books self-published and this would be the first produced by a publisher.

"This book has come as a result from all the other research I have conducted for my other books, and probably took me about two years to write," Mrs Winter said.

"That is quicker than normal because I already had all the information."

The launch for Mrs Winter's fifth book will be held today at 10.30am at the Warwick Library.

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