was born and raised in England. As a small girl, she heard voices,
and had visions of people who had died. Threatened by her mother,
the young Rosemary kept silent about the strange, menacing faces
she saw in the dark. In the 1970's, in her mid-thirties with a
ten-year-old daughter, Rosemary was abandoned by her husband.
Near rock bottom, Rosemary began to nurture her spiritual gifts.
Rosemary says it was her spirit guide, Grey Eagle, who advised
her to publish her first book, The Eagle and the Rose, in the
United States and then afterwards in other countries. The Eagle
and the Rose became a huge bestseller. "Americans are very open
and enthusiastic," Rosemary says. The essence of her message is
that there is life after death, and that we are all spiritual
beings who come to earth to learn.
Rosemary has worked professionally as a medium for over twenty
years. She is the founder of the RAAH--the Rosemary Altea Association
of Healers, a charitable organization based in England with patients
worldwide. Rosemary is also a faith healer and has five healing
centers in Britain, and a staff of thirty unpaid healers, who
practice spiritual healing.
Rosemary has appeared on numerous national television shows including
The Oprah Show, Larry King Live and Prime Time Live with Diane