CUT OPEN THE SKY
THE STORY OF CONNIE CASTRO JACKSON
About the Book
Connie Castro Jackson was born in the San Joaquin Valley labor camps of California during the Great Depression to her white mother, who had fled Oklahoma's Dust Bowl, and a Filipino man who worked beside her in the camps.
From a very early age, Ms. Jackson recognized in herself the ability to see spirits, but also struggled against racism and a sense of inferiority. Eventually, she broke free from her beginnings to build a career as a psychic, channeler, and spiritual advisor. Author Corliss Corazza brings to life Ms. Jackson's salty wit and common sense advice in this as-told-to story of one woman's spiritual journey and the development of her psychic abilities.
A heartwarming embrace from a talented empath and a resource full of useful wisdom, Cut Open the Sky, is a book for readers who are interested in the migrant laborer's plight as well as the spiritual side of life.
Background photo credit: Kevin Roylance Photography