Woke, The Spiritual Awakening of a 9/11 Rescue & Recovery Worker – Book Trailer

On this 20th Anniversary of 9/11, Anthony “Tony” M. Losito, a US Special Agent who responded to the attacks on the World Trade Center, breaks his silence and describes the events of that horrific day.

Only that day would change Tony’s life in ways he never expected.

“Woke” is the chronicle of Tony’s spiritual awakening and how a near death experience, the attacks of 9/11, and other key events impacted his life and spiritual journey.

Following 9/11 Tony began to see specific repeating number sequences and angelic signs. He would later come to know these special number combinations as “Angel Numbers”. It took time, but through various methods, he decoded these angelic communications and began to understand their divine messages.

“I receive divine messages from the Angelic realm, and I have been asked to share them with the world.”

A very personal mission and journey was assigned to Tony from the highest office in the land, and now Tony shares that message with you.

Join this 25-year law enforcement and military veteran as he shares his experiences with well-known evidential medium Steve Spur, the “Cowboy Psychic”, and his personal conversation with best selling Irish author of “Angels in My Hair”, and renown peace ambassador Lorna Byrne, and takes you through his very personal spiritual transformation to deliver a message of hope, faith, love, and unity to the world.

It will inspire you on your spiritual journey and bring you closer to your Guardian Angel.

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