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Charlotte Charlotte wrote on February 18, 2023 at 1:50 am
Joan Grant has been my lodestar since I discovered her books in August of 1969. She has had a profound and lasting influence on my entire life.
I found all her books - this was not easy in those days in South Africa where I still live! It took me many years to find "Winged Pharaoh" - I think it was always published separately? When I finally found it, I was blown away all over again; I think it's probably my favourite book of all time!
Whenever I've found any of her books, I've bought them immediately, to replace my original Joan Grant books which became tatty after multiple readings, and also to give them to friends and acquaintances to spread her message.
I've just recently reread them all!
Apart from her interesting stories / memories, her style of writing is so lyrical and poetic that they are like a refreshing bath under a crystal waterfall.
What bliss to have been gifted by you with "Speaking from the Heart"! Bless you for putting it together and publishing it!
I hope Joan has, or will incarnate again. At any rate I look forward to meeting her on the other side of the river...
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Gregers Gregers wrote on October 4, 2021 at 9:53 pm
I remember reading 'The Scarlet Feather' as a teenager. The pictures are so vivid. I am now ordering books again 50 years later...
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michael Brandt michael Brandt wrote on August 18, 2021 at 3:11 pm
Just finished reading "The Winged Pharaoh" the other day. I´ve had this masterpiece lying around for decades, only glancing the story in bits and pieces until last week when I finally decided to read it in its entirety. I, being a fan of anything historical, especially the ancient world, was amazed by the author´s sense of story telling which is unlike anything I have come across. Her tale simply swept me away; the way she made everything come alive in such vivid detail; the way of life in the 1st dynasty of ancient Egypt; her portrayal of characters painted in such poetic pictures that can only stem from someone actually being there. Her account of her own death toward the end of her life, had me in tears.I can truly say, that no other author has ever put so much wisdom in her works as Joan Grant did. I salute her, whether she be in the spirit realm of now, or walk amongst us, clothed in a new body.
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Margaret Gallagher Margaret Gallagher wrote on March 27, 2021 at 8:22 pm
I have only recently discovered Joan Grant's books and am totally enthralled. I am well aware we have many lives and I am a student of Ancient Egypt (currently doing a research masters). My absolute fascination and passion is ma'at (Egyptian 'ethics') along with what we deny or don't know about their esoteric and spiritual knowledge. So to discover Joan's books has been a gift from the gods. I have always felt a huge connection with the earliest Dynastic times in Egypt. My feeling is been that they lost their way, spiritually and/or ethically, very early on, so to see this confirmed by Denys Kelsey, on page 235 of Far Memory, absolutely floored me. i knew it! Now I have to prove it..
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Kate Keener Kate Keener wrote on March 13, 2021 at 1:29 pm
Yesterday I was fortunate enough to have Audible suggest Joan’s autobiography to me. I listened straight through and fell in love with Joan Grant’s style, sincerity, emotional clarity and sense of humor! I connected with her especially as she described losing Edmond as I also experienced a loss of a deep love at that age from an unexpected accidental death.

I follow Simon Bown’s Past Lives Podcast and have studied his interviewees’ books for the past two years. Joan Grant’s writings corroborate these stories and eloquently make practical sense of many bits that have been floating in the ether! I am starting with Winged Pharaoh today and intend to read all of her writings. Thank you very much for promoting her work and uplifting philosophies!
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Elise McCune Elise McCune wrote on September 10, 2020 at 11:51 pm
I am rereading ‘Joan Grant Speaking from the Heart’ that has been on my bookshelf for some years with other of Joan Grants books. While I didn’t know Joan in this life I am learning much from her through her books. It’s the perfect book to read in strict lockdown here in Melbourne, Australia.
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David Spangler David Spangler wrote on May 14, 2020 at 1:07 am
I have loved all of Joan's books for many years and have read all of them at least twice, and Winged Pharoah easily more than a dozen times. The writing itself is so beautiful, quite apart from the story or the implications of reincarnation. I have had bits and pieces of past life recall myself, but nothing like Joan and certainly nothing to write about, but enough to allow me to appreciate what she accomplished and what she offered the world. I've also had the great pleasure of having her granddaughter Nikki as a friend for many years now.
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David Tame David Tame wrote on April 28, 2020 at 12:39 pm
I had the pleasure and privilage of meeting Joan in 1988. I had come across her books and read them all, and had some very minor 'fame' at the time for my own first book. It so strongly occurred to me that her stories would make vividly uplifting movies, and that they could open minds in that format; and chose 'Scarlet Feather' as the best for purpose, as also the budget wouldn't be so vast as for other books. Having no idea of her nationality or where she lived I wrote asking for permission to write a screenplay. To my astonishment she replied from London, where I then lived. So I went to visit her in her care home, where she received me while she was in bed. We had a long talk about many things, she was still quite acute in mind, and certainly she gave permission for me to work on a screenplay. (However, I later discovered how difficult it is for a screenplay to be accepted if you are an outsider from the business of movies, so I had only sketched out the project and didn't see it through to a finished work at the time.) I was then VP of a national spiritual charity and lived briefly without my own personal phone next-door to its HQ. So I gave her the number of the charity HQ next-door as I was often there. Joan called a number of times but only got to speak to me once or twice, as I wasn;t around. Very regretfully, I felt so busy running the charity all my waking hours then, that I didn't revisit.

I had to broadly smile as she sat in bed in the care home in her own room, and frankly acted humourously as the queen she once had been! If there was no response in a minute to her pressing a button (or a cord pulled?) to get attention, she'd regularly get attention with the alarm! They knew who it was and had to come. Joan explained to me how her books were actually written, and that it wasn't at all the normal process of sitting down as author to figure out any wording: it was as though her mortal self didn't write the words at all. (My concept would simply be that actual words came from a form of 'higher self'?)

I still value her books, and value so much that we got to know each other just a little including by phone after my visit, and I also still firmly believe her books are wonderful screenplays just waiting to happen.

By sheer coincidence, on another matter, that same period I also visited and spent a couple of hours with Denys, re past-life regression, at his rural home.
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Paul Fisher Paul Fisher wrote on February 18, 2020 at 3:55 pm
I was introduced to Joan Grant's books by a woman who went to school with her daughter and who witnessed Joan dictating her memories. This lady is now very old but still alive. I am particularly interested in the application of far memory as a method to illuminate far history - Is there any evidence of far memory going back 10,000 years? Due to our human collective amnesia this seems to be the only route into recovering previous far history and our lost high level knowledge.
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Christopher Matthews Christopher Matthews wrote on November 20, 2018 at 3:51 pm
I have been aware of Joan’s books and her ideas about reincarnation as a teenager and am now 79. Her ideas are transparently clear and true. I want to contact you and send you a book which updates such ideas  in scientific modern terms wihtout degrading them in any way. CM
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Langdon Blight Langdon Blight wrote on July 23, 2018 at 3:53 pm
I was overjoyed to find this site --- for so many years I had meant to write to Joan to tell her how much I loved and honored her for the warmth and vividness and color of her being and her writings, and how much they meant to me, and how much they helped focus my ideals and thoughts and aspirations. Finally, I am doing so --- perhaps somehow it might reach her, wherever she is.
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Nicola Bennett Nicola Bennett wrote on February 21, 2017 at 3:44 pm
Just to say how great it is to hear that Joan and her books and ideas are being read and appreciated by all of you who have posted on this site over the last 2 years. I was lucky enough to have spent a lot of time with her and it is touching to hear people say they wish she were still with us today. If so she would have been 104 last April 12th!
I am writing about Joan at the moment, so I hope you may be interested in that book when it comes out. A German edition of Winged Pharaoh is coming out in 2012 all being well.
Nicola Bennett, Joan Grant’s granddaughter
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Callum Callum wrote on July 9, 2016 at 2:41 pm
I began meditating in 2002 and a few years ago started purchasing Joan’s books via The latest book I have read is many lifetimes with denys kelsy. All of joans books are enlightening and supported by truth. I can understand the concentration she had to recall and dictate such detail.
I hope she returns to Earth once more for the benefit of hamankind
If you want to know your past look at yourself – if you want to know your future then look at your mind.
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Peter Peter wrote on April 21, 2016 at 2:42 pm
I remember very well in the late 50s or early 60s having read in communist Hungary a worn out pre-wwII.-copy of JGs nowel of the pharaoh who had to reconquer his position after long hiding to make his powers grow…
I am really touched by her personality I am now learning to know and about the areas of life she lived in… I use to call such people “born 10.000 years too early” – bu I am happy that she could succeed even in this world…
My Best Wishes to Joan wherever she is, and to everybody who is connected to her…
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Cheekygirl Cheekygirl wrote on August 28, 2015 at 2:46 pm
I am so happy to find this website! I have loved Joan’s books so much over my long years. I am in my late 60s. Her books have sustained me over and over again, throughout my life. I started reading them in my 20s and gone back to them again and again for upliftment and clarity and comfort!
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Kathleen Kathleen wrote on August 8, 2015 at 2:49 pm
I had the pleasure of being counseled for a dual-diagnosis from a woman that was a friend of Joans. I feel as if somehow I knew her through this woman. Joans friend is also a teacher of the best kind! She is a shining example of love & kindness and I am proud to know her, I hope someday you read this I.R. because I hold you in my heart for all lifetimes!!You were my friend & teacher & you showed me love & patience when “I” could not even love me…”you” were there,& I will always love you for that! I believe Ms. Grant had a profound effect on you & I was able to reap the benifits from that….Kudos Joan wherever you are!!love for always Kathleen
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Elise McCune Elise McCune wrote on July 17, 2015 at 2:48 pm
I came across a copy of Far Memory and with such wonderful writing felt I knew the author. Perhaps in another life? I have moved on with my spiritual journey and have written a book called ‘From the Heart’ which is the story of my time in Egypt and my recovery from open-heart surgery with a few love affairs thrown in. I have felt blessed to read Joan’s books and will now order the lastest publication that was edited by her granddaughter. I just discovered it today on the internet. I will also now go back and read all her books which I have enjoyed over the years…Elise McCune
I live in Melbourne Australia
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Joan Grant Joan Grant wrote on April 21, 2015 at 3:50 pm
‘There is no-one I will ever meet to whom I cannot give something that I have learned. There is no-one I will ever meet from whom I will not learn. Because I learn – each day, each hour, with each agony and ecstasy of my heart I am better equipped to learn – I am gentle enough to teach. When you teach right they never notice they were taught anything – they thought it just happened.’
Joan Grant, note written 3 August 1972 in London.
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Magna Magna wrote on July 23, 2013 at 2:36 pm
I have only recently read winged phearoh and i wish Joan was still here. There is nothing unusual about what she writes as i am in a teaching that teaches all that Joan talks about refreashing to find some one who remembers that this things were normal in a past era.
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Marianne Marianne wrote on June 21, 2012 at 2:40 pm
Hello, i made a dutch website on past lives and i wrote several books on pastlives and reincarnationtherapy
i am happy to remember a lot of past lives including those in ancient egypt, with love … marianne
there is also a story on it about a highpriestess in ancient egypt, perhaps to be translated in english by google
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