Bettye Johnson

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Award winning author Bettye Johnson discusses her books and topics that include, love, wealth, women, mind, what is spiritual, alternative history

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Bettye Johnson shares her knowledge and experience of healing within - from sickness to wellness.

Bettye Johnson shares some of her favorite books. She highly recommends reading and scientists have found that reading stimulates brain power.

A city can be rebuilt. A town can be rebuilt. However, how does one heal the trauma, the anguish, the devastation in the minds of the Haitian people? Bettye Johnson shares her knowledge of long distance healing.

Author Bettye Johnson shares some tips for creating a fantastic year without making New Years Resolutions, which no one follows.

Author Bettye Johnson talks about awakening the latent spirit of Christmas. Johnson shares an insight from her book A Christmas Awakening and the true meaning of Christmas

Author Bettye Johnson will discuss her knowledge of a major symbol in the U.S. Capitol that was omitted from Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol .

Bettye Johnson will discuss her observations of a war on women in connection with the current health insurance bill and before. Bettye sees a modus operandi in the suppression of women.

Few people really know or understand who the Annunaki were. In order to understand what the history of mankind is all about, Bettye Johnson will share her knowledge of the Annunaki and how they affected the humans on this planet... more
Bettye Johnson

Bettye Johnson ~ A Two Time Book Award Winner

  • by Bettye Johnson
Am I excited? Am I thrilled? Oh yes indeed! My latest book, Mary Magdalene, Her Legacy is the recipient of an Independent Publisher Book Award 2008. My first book, Secrets of the Magdalene Scrolls was an Independent... more

Bettye Johnson will share as aspect of Mary Magdalene's life that has been ignored by mainstream scholars and researchers. Was she from the tribe of Benjamin? Was she a Hasmonean princess? Or, was her background totally... more
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