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Sondra Sneed is a Source Communicator, Soul Reader, and Godscribe. After a series of unfortunate events, Ms. Sneed submerged into a year of solitude, taking dictation from a voice in her head.
Though an atheist at the time, the words, “Unemployed? It is my assertion you are employed by me,” spilled onto the page of a brand new notebook. This marked the beginning of 10 notebooks in dialogue with the creator of the universe, in a life-altering year of solitude.
Prior to, Ms. Sneed was as a successful corporate photographer in New York City and began her career in her hometown, Kansas City, Missouri. As a photographer, her clients included Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, then PricewaterhouseCoopers and Zenith Media in New York City. In 2005, she left New York for Houston, Texas, to serve as editor-in-chief for a trade publication, then built a freelance client-base within Halliburton, Royal Dutch Shell, and SeaBird Exploration.
But it wouldn’t be long before her real job started taking over. In 2011, seven years after her year of isolation, Sneed took to dictation again. She produced her first public dialogue with God, What to Do When You’re Dead; a Former Atheist Interviews the Source of Infinite Being. The manuscript was picked-up by notable publisher Robert Friedman, (Rainbow Ridge Books), who published Neal Donald Walsh’s Conversations with God series in 1995 while with Hampton Rhodes Publishing.
After the book’s release, Sneed went public with the ability to allow Source intelligence to speak through her. She took her last corporate project in October 2014, and now travels exclusively performing Source Talks and soul readings for live audiences and private clients.
She resides in Houston, Texas with her beloved husband, Dee Brown.