Veteran investigator and researcher of lost civilizations, sacred knowledge, extraterrestrials, other dimensions, the life of Jesus, as well as the origins of creation itself; all this and more can be said of Dolores Cannon. If any one word could describe our beloved Dolores, it would be curious!
Dolores was a devoted wife to her late husband Johnny Cannon, a career Navy officer, and a loving mother to their four children Gloria, Julia, Nancy and Tommy. She wrote 19 books, with more to be published. Dolores lectured around the world and taught her unique method of hypnosis called Quantum Healing Hypnosis Technique℠ (QHHT®) to eager students on every continent and now online. Her legacy as a pioneer of past life regression and as a truth seeker is assured.
When Dolores first stumbled upon the reality of reincarnation with her husband Johnny in 1968, she had no way of knowing their astounding discoveries were only the beginning of what would become a lifelong cause and career. To those who know Dolores’s work and joined in her journey, it may seem as if this all easily fell into place for her. What many may not know is Dolores was tested many times.
Just after she and Johnny completed their first experiments in past life regression while stationed at a military base in Texas, he was involved in a horrific automobile accident, nearly losing his life more than once. Johnny became permanently disabled. But Dolores kept the faith, all the while enduring the judgment of some around them for delving into sacrilegious subjects better left unexplored.
Johnny retired from the Navy and the family relocated to Arkansas. Years later, after their children were grown, Dolores picked up her paranormal investigations where she and Johnny had left off. Johnny had become depressed by his disability and now wanted no part of it. But he later came to realize the tremendous contribution she would make.
Ever courageous and tenacious, Dolores decided to go it alone. But in the religious atmosphere of her rural community, support was hard to find. That didn’t stop Dolores from seeking out like-minded souls, who she was guided to find, and remained lifelong friends with. A small support group formed for locals interested in metaphysics, where information was exchanged and stories were shared.
It was here that Dolores found her first subjects and began her fascinating journey of exploration.Working with subjects or vehicles as they were also called, who were young and old and came from different backgrounds and had all sorts of religious beliefs, Dolores soon realized that she had to expect the unexpected. Any subject could be transported anywhere during a session. But the subjects themselves were unpredictable and not always available. Such was the case with a vehicle named Elena.
After Dolores astonishingly began communicating with Nostradamus himself through one of his students, a former incarnation of Elena, she decided to pack up and move to be with her husband who had work in the oil fields of Alaska. Undaunted, Dolores sought out new subjects to continue the collaboration, and eventually found enough vehicles to help her complete the task of translating all of his prophesies.
Trying to find a publisher for her books dealing with reincarnation, Nostradamus, extraterrestrial contact, among other radical concepts, during a time when metaphysics was ridiculed, was an enormously difficult undertaking. Dolores’s initial efforts to get published were met with rejection, but against all the odds, she never gave up.
Eventually, by harnessing her entrepreneurial drive, Dolores founded Ozark Mountain Publishing, which today is an expanding outlet for all types of metaphysical books written by a diverse, handpicked group of talented authors. This eventually led to the creation of the Ozark Mountain Transformation Conference as a venue for the authors to promote their books. When the highly respected Ufologist Lucius Parish passed away a few years ago, Dolores took the reigns of the Ozark Mountain UFO Conference to ensure that it continues to be the premiere gathering place for UFO experts in the U.S., as it has been for nearly 30 years.
All of these incredible accomplishments should be celebrated when remembering Dolores, but most impressive of all was her innate understanding that the most important thing she could do was to find and share information. To reveal hidden or undiscovered knowledge vital to the enlightenment of humanity and our lessons here on Earth. Sharing information and knowledge is what mattered most to Dolores. That is why her books, lectures and classes continue to amaze, guide and inform so many people around the world.
Imagine what it was like to be in the room with her subjects, everyday people from all walks of life, who regressed by Dolores were living their lives in the now – during a past life on Earth in 1923 or 300,000 years ago – and every time in between. Perhaps her subjects had incarnated on an alien world, or had never even inhabited a physical body before. We can imagine what it was like because Dolores’s pure intent of knowing encouraged her subjects and readers alike to use their imaginations.
Dolores explored all these possibilities and more while taking us along for the ride of our lives. She wanted fellow travelers to share her journeys into the unknown.
Ever the intrepid investigator, Dolores explained the unorthodox approaches that were necessary to her work.
Through trial and error and the most difficult yet oftentimes magical situations, we can imagine sitting next to Dolores in her chair as her subjects travel to any possible place in any possible universe, dimension or point in time. As each astonishing and wondrous experience unfolded, Dolores recorded and commented on it, asking us to observe, marvel and theorize about it along with her.
Dolores never claimed to have all the answers. What she did claim and completely embrace was her insatiable curiosity. To discover anything she could about every enticing possibility.
Dolores paved the way for many souls who continue to follow the trail she blazed with determination and grace. Hers was the noblest cause: to find truth in whomever and wherever it might be. She sought out knowledge for the good of all. And she sought it in a way that is inspiring to us all.
By overcoming all the obstacles she had to face to lead us on so many exciting and unexpected journeys, perhaps the most valuable lesson we can take away from all that she gave us is to never give up, no matter how hard the road.
Imagine if Dolores had given up when faced with adversity. The world would be a darker place than it is today.
When remembering Dolores and all she shared with the world, remember to pursue your dreams with all your heart, and to share them with all your love.