Trutz Hardo

Year of birth : 1939
Place of birth : Eisenach, East German Town
Education : Germanic philology and History at Berlin and Munich university
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Books by the Master

'' Children Who Have Lived Before: Reincarnation Today '' ... '' Reincarnation: True Cases of Children Who Have Lived Before ''... '' 30 Most Convincing Cases of Reincarnation '' ...


Trutz Hardo is Germany’s best-known Regression Therapist and the author of many books, including the ground-breaking Seven-Colour Novel and Children Who Have Lived Before. 

Trutz Hardo was born in 1939 in the East German town of Eisenach as the second son of the Pharmacist and poet Dr. Karl Ernst Hockemeyer.He passed his baccalaureate on the German Island of Wangerooge in 1960 and went on to study Germanic philology and history at Berlin and Munich university. It was in Berlin, in 1966, that he took his first degree.

In 1982, he co-founded the publishing house Die Silberschnur which is currently situated in Güllesheim by Neuwied on the Rhine. The company aims to publish books geared to the heightening of spiritual awareness and to providing tools for the mastery of life.

His in-depth study of reincarnation and Past-life Regression led him to the area of Regression Therapy. Research has shown that a great many problems such as phobias, allergies and difficulties in relationships can be traced back to previous lives.

 As Publisher and Author, he has made several radio and television appearances.With more than 180 publications to date, Die Silberschnur ranks among the best-known German publishers specialising in spiritual matters.

Trutz Hardo has given a whole string of lectures on spiritual/esoteric subjects, be it on Goethe as a man of spirituality, He is a well-known figure in today's New Age scene and an extremely qualified spokesman for the "New Thinking" which draws an increasing number of adherents among a new generation. He was given the gift of "Automatic Writing". He is available for talk shows and interviews. In November 1992, Trutz Hardo demonstrated a time shift to the future (into the year 3030) on the TV channel SAT1.