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The front cover for Hollywood TV producer Paul Amirault's book The Man Who Sent the SOS: A  Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic.

The Man Who Sent the SOS

A Memoir of Reincarnation and the Titanic

by Paul Amirault

What if your spiritual journey took you back to a voyage aboard the RMS Titanic?


That’s the question faced by Hollywood documentary producer Paul Amirault, who underwent hypnotic past-life regression as part of a research assignment and was unexpectedly transported to a dark night in 1912. There, in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic, he found himself cowering in fear before a massive wall of black steel…as the sinking White Star Liner loomed threateningly over his head.  


This bone-chilling experience sparked a 12-year odyssey for Amirault, who ultimately concluded his"past-life memories" belonged to Titanic’s chief wireless operator John ("Jack") Phillips—the man who sent the famous SOS—but who also died with the blood of at least one of Titanic’s victims on his hands.

In his gripping new book, Amirault shares both his, and Phillips', stories. It's an unforgettable tale of obsession, intertwining lives, and ultimately, the healing power of understanding and love. 

Praise for The Man Who Sent the SOS


"The Man Who Sent the SOS will sail beyond new age audiences to intrigue readers of Titanic history, memoirs, and scientific and historical investigations. It's an amazing journey that ultimately comes full circle...Highly recommended reading." 


  —D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

"If you believe in past lives and/or love Titanic, it's a great book. Brings a very human aspect to a character in the ship's story."


  —Amazon Review

"It read like a really good novel and I found I could not put it down."


  —Linda Thompson, Host of The Authors Show

"I enjoyed Amirault's journey from skeptic to cautious believer as much as I loved his ultimately thrilling and redemptive tale of the Titanic's doomed radioman...The Man Who Sent The SOS is a very intelligent, passionate and enthralling journey of history, obsession and investigation."


  —Kevin Dickson, author, Blind Item

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