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Michelle Keane was a guest interviewee on the Pat Kenny radio show on the 9th December 2020 where they discussed her self published book ‘The Discovery of Kingdom Water.’ This is based on a true story where Michelle embarked on a spiritual journey where she discovers seven springs of water, with over 66 minerals on her land in Knocknagoshel, in North East Kerry and how her venture began with a small bottle of holy water. The title of this recording is “Are we spiritually connected to the water around us?”
‘I know how it sounds but the science backs me up’ Kerry woman Michelle Keane tells Irish Independent journalist Emily Hourican on the angelic visions she received and her journey to develop Kingdom Water.
Michelle opens up on how the last nine months has been for her personally and professionally especially since Covid hit Ireland. She also speaks about her book and how it came about. Since its launch in Ireland over 648,000 people have read it and the book now reaches a global readership.
Travelling to the Himalayas had a profound effect on Michelle. The spiritual connection with the mountains, temples, religious sites and the sacred Ganges will remain with her forever.
Michelle has always felt a deep connection with water and reveals how we are spiritually connected to water. She also talks about the healing and health benefits water provides and how it sustains life. The health benefiting properties of Kingdom water makes it comparable to the top 10 best selling water brands in the world but Kingdom water also contains rare earth elements making it quite distinct and unique. All her life, Michelle knew she was different and this path has connected her with the divine where she experiencing kundalini awakening.
Her aim for this book is to enrich and enlighten people and see that there are greater forces at work.
Stephen Fernane of The Kerryman newspaper speaks to Michelle Keane on her new book and how this led her to a potential multi million euro investment opportunity for North Kerry. “I know I am sitting on a goldmine” says Michelle Keane as she tells her extraordinary story that took her on her journey to discovering seven ancient wells with unique health properties under her land in Knocknagoshel.
Michelle believes the water has therapeutic powers after it helped her overcome breast cancer, and that it is a ‘healthy substitute’ to the ‘chlorine-infused’ water consumed across the county.
She was offered €34 million to sell the springs but declined. “The future is about setting up a bottling plant in Knocknagoshel. This is going to be huge for Kerry.
“When I opened my first well, I also opened a portal of water spirits where angels started appearing to me in my visions. Then I started channelling the angels myself, and they started guiding me on my journey with Kingdom Water,” she says.
Stephen Fernane talks to Knocknagoshel’s Michelle Keane about her new book – The Discovery of Kingdom Water – and the journey from spiritualism to a potential multi-million investment opportunity in North Kerry
Majella O’Sullivan, journalist of “KERRY EYE” newspaper, interviews Michelle Keane on her journey of discovering seven ancient wells on her land in Knocknagoshel which led to a US based investor offering the euro equivalent of 28 million for a piece of her land. Michelle published a book called ‘The Discovery of Kingdom Water’, documenting her remarkable two and a half year journey where she was visited by her ancestors, angels and other spirit guides who alerted and directed her to the locations of the wells with special therapeutic value. Although Michelle turned down the offer seeing its real value far exceeding that offer, she remains tight lipped on her discussions with other investors at this stage. The ultimate plan is to set up a bottling plant in Knocknagoshel which would see the demolition of the family home. Her story has also gained far reaching interest with an Indian media magnet owner of Business World magazine and 17 other titles looking at launching the book in India.