Dr. Leah

https://www.BlackOrWhite.Me

Currently, Dr. Leah is an Active, Mystical nonfictional writer, via Channeling, "Clairvoyance," Lucid Dreaming and various other Astral Projecting experiences. Her transcendental travels have been equally as lucid since childhood. Dr. Leah spent time as a Legal Analyst (Human Resources), and "Labor Law Specialist," in The Veterans Affairs sector of The United States Government.

After her having been received at the top of her class, and notoriously accepted at the law school of her choice, Southern University Law Center (Baton Rouge), she graciously declined, accepting at The University of La Verne College of Law (Laverne CA), nearer to her home in California. Apprehensive, though candidly, Dr. Leah shares that her settling on the alternate, yet equally scholastically competent institution (superseding Harvard Law School that year in the bar pass rate), where she chose to study law, was due to several "night" visions of "Darkness" relentlessly pursuing her in Baton Rouge. This prophetic vision came to fruition, shortly thereafter, in the form of Hurricane Katrina. The condo that was leased, and where she lived for seven days (before these visions compelled her to return to Los Angeles), completely floated underwater, uprooted and eventually literally capsizing! Ultimately, due to amjuring a myriad of areas of law; one of Dr. Leah's professors was so smitten by her legal prowess, she was offered an adjunct professorship to commence immediately following having been conferred the degree of Jurist Doctorate....as well as having been spared her life! #gofundme https://funds.gofundme.com/dashboard

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