Dolores Cannon Died Today….19th October 2014

DoloresCannonIt is with a heavy heart that we let you know Dolores passed away this morning. To this end she was the Dolores that we all know and love and we want you all to know that she appreciated very much the loving energy and prayers you sent her way these last few weeks. She was with all of her family this morning and left surrounded by their and your love. Her heart will remain connected to us all.

On September 25th, 2014 it was announced that Dolores had had an accident and was in stable condition with doctors expecting a full recovery. From September 27th till October 13th, reports of improvements marked the track she was on, moving to a rehab facility and working her way back home. By October 16th, Dolores took a turn for the worst and never recovered passing in comfort surrounded by loved ones in her home

May Her soul Rest in Peace.

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32 thoughts on “Dolores Cannon Died Today….19th October 2014

  1. She was passed away I remember running across her in 2016 . Her bio says she’s dead and then about a year ago I was so shocked to see she was still living …now she’s gone again!! Love to hear her talk

    1. About 2 years ago I looked her up and it said she died in 2012, then a year ago I looked her up and it she died in 2016, then I just looked her up now and it says she died in 2014

  2. Today is February 13 of 2020, I know about Mrs. Cannon for about 5 years, and in our time line, she past away only about 3 years in 2017… And I know that this because I’m not the only one that has posted about this; call it the Mandela effect (I don’t know) but I’m really, really surprise to find this, it must be another time line I’m crossings but still so painful to hear.

    You certainly miss you XOXOX.

    1. Yes. Timelines are most definitely in flux. This death announcement dated 2014 is the correct one for this timeline. She was a brave explorer of life, both here and in the after-world. -g

  3. Delores Cannon has lived a purposeful life and will forever be alive in spirit in the hearts of her students. Peace and love Delores, a job well done!

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