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Messages from the Spirit World:

Are there really people who can talk to dead people?




Story Compiled by Trance Medium

Lisa Dennis

Artwork By Ricardo Pustanio ©2009

Spirits of the Dead come to us now communicate to us all that needs to be told!
The word séance comes from the French word for 'seat', 'session', from Old French seoir, 'to sit.' In English, the word came to be used specifically for a meeting of people to receive spiritualistic messages.


During the course of the séance, the medium would speak under the apparent control of a spirit, relaying messages from the dearly departed. Other methods of spirit communication included automatic writing, writing on sealed slates, writing with planchettes (similar to the Ouija board), impressing images onto photographic plates which had been kept in sealed enclosures, and painted images which gradually appeared upon previously blank canvas.

Séances were always conducted in dark or semi-dark rooms with participants seated around a table. Some say this is to help the medium use tricks to fool the participants. Sometimes the table would lean and tilt, participants (sitters) might feel a cold breeze on their faces, items could materialize apparently out of thin air and musical instruments might play mysteriously. During the course of the séance, the medium would speak under the apparent control of a spirit, relaying messages from the dearly departed.

Belief in the ability to communicate with the dead is part of, although not exclusive to, a religious movement called Spiritualism, which flourished from the 1840s until the 1920s and still exists in various forms today. Skeptics generally consider séances to be scams, or at least a form of pious fraud. M. Lamar Keene once practiced scam séances, but revealed the fraud in his book, The Psychic Mafia

Channelling is a common element of a séance. This is said to be the process by which the medium allows a spirit limited use of their physical body to communicate with the sitters present. This is distinct from the concept of 'possession', which is considered to be the complete, non-consensual takeover of a living being by a spirit or demon, and is usually detrimental to the 'victim'. Channelling, on the other hand, is assumed by believers to offer opportunities for more positive and mutually respectful interaction between the living medium and the spirit. The most commonly-reported physical manifestations of channelling are an unusual vocal pattern or uncharacteristic physical behaviours by the medium. Therefore, channelling is quite easily faked, and is considered by skeptics to be a rather basic 'trick'; although for participants, hearing a message believed to be from a dead loved one can be an emotionally powerful experience.

Channelling is part of the belief systems and rituals of many religions, such as shamanism, Candomblé, Voodoo, Kardecism, Umbanda, and more.

Channellers claim to have channelled ascended masters like Buddha, Jesus, or St. Germain.; people that have died; angels; higher dimensional beings; and extra-terrestrials of a spiritual or more evolved nature. Channelling is a popular source of revealed teachings in some New Age groups. Well known channellers like Diandra (Salem), Esther Hicks (Abraham), Jane Roberts (Seth), and Lee Carroll (Kryon) have volumes of teachings on angels, chakras, higher dimensions, future predictions, manifestation, meditation, non-judgment, now moment, past lives, and spirituality.

The channels, depending upon their expertise, tap many tools to ‘channelize’ their psychic energy. They may use tarot cards, crystal balls, gems or dream analysis. They use their psychic abilities of clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience.

One type of channeling is 'Conscious voice channelling,' in which the channeller calms his or her mind and 'connects to the energy' of the source being channeled. The source uses the vocabulary of the channeller. Channellers in this state usually have their eyes closed and are conscious of the room and what is being said. They then, allegedly, allow the source to speak through them by staying in this calm state.

A less common form of channeling, 'Trance channelling,' occurs through deeper meditation in which the channeller appears to have their consciousness leave their body and the 'source' enters. Observers may notice the channeller's voice and mannerisms change when the transition is complete. This is not related to multiple personalities. The trance channeller will later reconnect to their physical body and the session will be over. The depth of the trance varies, with some channelers recollecting the entirety of the session while others are conscious of little or none of what transpires. Deep full-trance channeling is relatively rare. Trance channelling appears to use the same dynamics as astral travel.


Now a days under bright spotlights and in the light of day spirit channeling mediums come into our homes on a daily scheduled program. Popular modern-day television and notable mediums today include Derek Acorah, Tony Stockwell, Colin Fry, Alison Dubois, Esther Hicks, Sylvia Browne, John Edward, the late Betty Shine, Ailene Light and James Van Praagh. Their names have become household words. And the work they do under scrutiny and the ever present eye of the media and public.

The claims of some channels have been found to be without merit, such as Mina Crandon. Harry Houdini was a famous debunker of psychics who claimed they could channel spirits. James Randi offers a million dollar prize to anyone who can prove they can do anything paranormal (as do many other skeptic organizations). Despite these money prizes, famous channellers such as John Edward, Sylvia Browne and James Van Praagh have not attempted to claim them.

Critics claim that channellers and other psychics use techniques like cold reading and hot reading to appear to have mystic powers. Scientists have criticized the claim that chanelling is an actual phenomena.

There are two types of channelling using the spoken word. Conscious voice channelling and trance channelling. Conscious voice channelling is when the channeller calms their mind down and connects to the energy of the source being channeled. The source uses the vocabulary of the channeller to speak through them. The channeller usually has their eyes closed and is conscious of the room and what is being said but they are allowing the source to speak through them by calming their mind.

Trance channelling is when the channeller does not want to become one with the energy of the source being channelled through them. A trance channeller therefore through meditation has their consciousness leave their body and the source consciousness enters it. Observers will notice the channeller's voice change when the transition is complete. This is not related to multiple personalities. The trance channeller makes a freewill choice for their consciousness to reconnect with their physical body. Trance channelling uses the same dynamics as astral travel.

Several notable books describe the entering of a trance state to allow the dead to speak through the medium or channel, or a spiritual guide to convey messages from other spirits to the sitters or listeners (see séance).

A New Day Is Dawning: Channelled text allegedly from Jesus, channelled by Diandra founder of www.inwardjourney.com
Ask and it is Given: Channelled text, allegedly from Abraham, channelled by Esther Hicks.
Conversations with God: Channelled text allegedly from God channelled by Neale Donald Walsch.
The Wind of Change: The first of four channelled books by writer/ medium Julie Soskin.
Opening to Channel: How to Connect with your Guide (1987) by Sanaya Roman and Duane Packer describes how to channel a spirit guide.
The Law of One channelled from Ra (channelled entity) (not the Egyptian deity) by Carla Rueckert. five books edited by Don Elkins.
The Coming of Seth (1966): Jane Roberts describes the beginnings of her experiences with speaking for Seth.
The Cosmic Tradition of Max and Alma Theon seems to be based in large part of Mme Theon's channelling ability
The Michael Teachings
The Indigo Children: Channelled text.
Toward the Light: Channelled text.
The Book of the Law: Channeled by Aleister Crowley's wife.
Sunlight On Water: Channeled by Flo Aeveia Magadalena.

Entities and Mediums
Seth entity, channelled by Jane Roberts.
Abraham group of entity, channelled by Esther Hicks.
Oth entity, channelled by Ellen Rauh.
Ra entity, channelled by Carla Rueckert.
Cassiopeans entity, channelled by Arkadiusz Jadczyk and Laura Knight-Jadczyk.
Pleiadians entity, channelled by Barbara Marciniak.
Kryon: Channelled entity.
Matthew Ward: Channelled entity.
Oahspe: Channelled entity.
Bashar:Channelled entity by Daryll Anka.
Brazilian psychic surgeons, such as José Arigó, claim to work as channels for deceased surgeons.
Salem entity, channelled by Diandra
Lazaris entity, channelled by Jach Pursel.
The Wonders entity, deep trace channelled by entity, Réné Gaudette
Kris entity, channelled by Serge J. Grandbois.
Bartholomew entity, channelled by Mary Margaret Moore.
Ramtha: Assended Master, channelled by JZ Knight, Ramtha claims to have coined the term channelling in the late 70's.
Carlos entity, channeled by José Alvarez beginning in 1988 in Australia. Soon revealed to be a hoax orchestrated by Alvarez and skeptic/magician James Randi, in collaboration with an Australian newsmagazine show.

Today, a medium is not so much likely to write just inspirational books and say he or she is channeling, such as Jane Roberts "Seth", and " Ramtha" from Atlantis. Today’s most successful mediums, however, simply claim the dead communicate through them, or speak to them directly. Skeptics suggest that under the guise of doing “spiritual healing” and “grief counseling,” they use traditional cold reading techniques and sometimes surreptitiously gathered information about their subjects to give the appearance of transmitting comforting messages from the dead.

Subjective validation plays a key role in this kind of mediumship: The mediums often rely upon the strong motivation of their clients to validate words, initials, statements, or signs as accurate. The clients' success at finding significance and meaning in the sounds made by the medium are taken as evidence of contact with the dead.

Consulting real Mediums is a fairly common practice amongst the public today. Mediums in the past often conjured up images of the popular media-fed Hollywood version, that is, a person of a certain, somewhat suspicious spiritual or psychic bent, usually in a turban and a darkened smoked filled room acting as a conduit or go-between to the "spiritual world," using seances, tarot cards, or crystal balls to contact the dead. But of course today that is not the case.


Ailene Light is a third-generation psychic, Reiki Master/Teacher, Psychic Reader, Medium. Ailene Light, aka Sumeet (last name unknown and needed), born in New Delhi, India claims to be a clairvoyant psychic, channel and medium after an out-of-body/near-death experience. Ailene was a star psychic on the now defunct South Asian portal www.chaitime.com, and has a supposed growing practice of those seeking contact with loved ones from the other side. While her practice flourishes among people that share her heritage, there is a growing following in her spiritual center in North America and UK. Ailene's practicing philosophies are on similar paths to those of Jane Roberts and Esther Hicks in terms of controlling at least part of, if not entirely creating, one's own life path. Ailene's mediumship and clairvoyance abilities have come to be renowned largely by word of mouth.

Ailene claims to have predicted the Iraq war and the Israel-Lebanon war a few day ahead of when they actually started. The predictions were purportedly received in dreams. She was able to describe the geography and the "feeling" of the states/nations at the time of commencement of war but was not able to nail down the particular countries. She claims these predictions are beginning to be passed to many individuals on earth to open them up to a feeling of responsibility of taking action prior to an event like war such that war can be avoided altogether.

While it is not uncommon for psychics to practice under a pseudonym, this has drawn intense flak and impacts credibility. Ailene purports to use a pseudonym so as not to provide contact information under her own name to a childhood stalker.Official web site http://www.enlightenspiritualcenter.com/.


LISA LEE HARP WAUGH, Founder Of The Ghost Hunters Of America is a America necromancer in the 21st century. She is by what may call a real conduit to the world of the dead. She dressers in ceremonial white robes, draws magical circle and triangles s on the floor and commands spirits from Heaven, Hell and all places in between to appear before her and communicate with the living. As a teenager growing up in Marshall, Texas she studied heavily The Black Arts by Richard Cavendish and The Grand Grimoire, the Malleus Maleficarum and anything she could get her hands on by the great by Eliphas Levi, John Dee and the great beast, Aleister Crowley.

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh The Great American Necromancer. Please visit her web site ghosthuntersofamerica.com

Waugh communicates daily with the dead and often asks them for predictions of the future which she posts on her web site..






A professional Necromancer and founder of the Sorcerers Guild of greater Houston, Texas. Waugh has been practicing and conducting rituals for many paranormal investigators for over 20 years. Waugh also paints many spiritual and common murals and lives in a small Texas town with her three dogs. She also over the years makes ceremonial candles and is active in ghost hunting in the deep South. Summoning the dead to communicate with the living is a natural daily occurrence for Waugh. "I have been doing this since I was a child." " When I lived in Galveston, Texas about 15 years ago, I was introduced to the ancient rights of ceremonial Necromancy as a ritual by a great shaman called Freebird, and because of him and his diligence to the art, I still practice it until this day." "However, if a spirit has something vital to impart to you, they will call upon you, not vice-versa and no ritual is needed".

She then Got involved with the local Hoodoo Voodoo's of the area and new doors where opened to her concerning communicating with the dead.

Waugh was baptized and trained in the secret dark religion by Bianca The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans. Waugh lived in New Orleans for 3 years until she learned all about spells, hex's and how to hoodoo voodoo people as she says.

Waugh also owned and managed the fantastic Candle Making Company in Galveston, Texas for many years that catered to the eclectic patrons taste of many of the states visitors and just curious. She then moved to Houston's Famous Vodoun area 5th ward. This now where she resides to this day. Her home today is a testimony to Necromancy and her new found religion of Voodoo Hoodoo.

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh

Necromantic practitioners such as Waugh conducts, and entails respect and reverence not only for the spirits of the dead, but for the spirits of Hell, Heaven and all places in between. Waugh has a large home one room she has painted black where she calls the good spirits. Another painted all black where she calls the infernal spirits.

Waugh is often compared today in her facial features and many similar practices as being a modern Dr. John Dee. He of course was one of the most fascinating characters of the Elizabethan period just as Waugh is recognized as such in modern times. The events of Dee's life are filled with science, experiments, astrology and mathematics which he aligned with magic, the supernatural and alchemy! All of which is Waugh's personal passion and driven honest beliefs. These are also stead fast traditions she does and true in practicing openly. A few of her select followers say she is the actual reincarnation of John Dee. Waugh also practices astrology, and is very continuously studying the Black Arts.

Waugh, a real big hearted Texas gal does not comment on any of this privately or publicly ... for she is humble in her paranormal studies and research to the core. Gina Lanier a close friend of her's relates: "Waugh is a very outgoing friendly, charming and a downright loveable person, and gets along equally well with the living and the dead." Lanier and Waugh once investigated a real Haunted Texas Federal Prison together for close to two years in the early 1990's and had many startling paranormal adventures while there.

Lisa Lee Harp Waugh's accomplishments have been achieved through hard work, persistence, and a goal-oriented attitude required to overcome obstacles and reach difficult goals. Waugh shares her approach to communicating with the dead's success in this motivational performance that's sure to inspire Paranormal Investigators to excel in their life.

You can contact Lisa Lee Harp Waugh directly by email with questions or requests for media interviews or personal appearance request at: onthebaylisa@aol.com

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Betty Shine (born 1929 - died March 2002) was a spiritual healer, medium and author of many best selling books including the "Mind" series: "Mind to Mind", "Mind Magic" and "Mind Waves". She passed away in March 2002 of heart failure.

Betty Shine

Betty Shine was called the world's #1 healer, without a doubt, among many other spiritual gifts - documented in all her books and tapes. Her daughter Janet Shine, follows through as a healer; possessing her own spiritual gifts, and aptitude for spiritual healing - she continues to take absent healing requests from around the world.

Betty Shine has also reached literally millions with her inspirational and dynamic best-selling books. Her words continue today; to the many readers of tomorrow, through her books and tapes.

On March 26th, 2002; Betty Shine passed into Spirit. Janet - through her own spiritual gifts as a healer, continues all of the good work that she, and her mother have been doing for nearly two decades. Through Janet, Betty will still be healing and giving comfort to everyone world-wide.

In Janet's own words:

'As a mother Betty touched my soul, as a friend she was always there, and as a spiritual teacher she was magic! I hope I will make her proud by continuing the healing network.'

Betty and Janet Shine's Spiritual Healing Network - Official Website http://www.zitaglio.com/bettyshine/


Colin Fry is an international Spiritualist, Medium and Healer. In 1850 Colins’ Great-grandma arrested for reading tea leaves. Colin Fry has his own show on Living TV entitled '6th Sense'. Colin Fry claims to be a spiritualist medium and clairsentient, and has also trained as a bereavement counsellor.

Colin Fry

Colin has become involved in many charitable fund raising ventures over the years. The International College of Spiritual Science & Healing. Originally built in the 1880's as a workhouse, it then became a hospital and nursing home in the 1920's. Eventually it became the home of Sweden's leading spiritual society in 1969. Colin Fry purchased the college in 2003 and a year long renovation program was undertaken , being a large and old building constant improvements to the college facilities and appearance is underway.


Official WebsiteThe International College of Spiritual Science & Healing http://www.colinscollege.com/home.asp?lang=en.

His main interest is in childrens' charities. The International College of Spiritual Science & Healing, the College has a long history of being a place of spiritual awareness and healing. Colin Fry - Official site. Features information about the medium, his schedule, tour dates, and other appearances.


John Edward established himself as the first clairaudient to have his own show that featured deceased loved ones contacting audience members: "Crossing Over with John Edward" on the Sci-Fi Channel. John Edward McGee Jr., (born October 19, 1969 in Glen Cove, New York), better known as John Edward, is a television personality and performer who claims that he is a psychic medium who can communicate with the dead.

Jhon Edward

Today, John is one of the country’s foremost psychic mediums and author of the critically acclaimed New York Times best sellers One Last Time; What if God Were the Sun; Crossing Over: The Stories Behind the Stories, After Life: Answers from the Other Side, Final Beginnings and most recently Practical Praying: Using the Rosary to Enhance Your Life.

John’s broad appeal has led to two international Australian tours and guest appearances on everything from CNN’s Larry King Live to The Today Show. He is a regularly featured guest on top rated morning radio shows, including New York’s WPLJ and Los Angeles’ KROQ. His many television appearances include Entertainment Tonight, Live with Regis & Kelly, The Early Show, The Crier Report, The Tony Danza Show, The View, The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, Fox and Friends, Maury, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Wayne Brady Show, Dateline, ABC’S 20/20 and the critically acclaimed HBO Special, Life After Life; America Undercover. He recently had a cameo appearance on NBC’s Will and Grace. John has been featured in articles in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Newsday, People, Entertainment Weekly and in the Associated Press.

Born and raised on Long Island, NY, John exhibited psychic abilities from an extremely early age, and was deemed "special" by many in his family. The fact that he would uncannily know family history and events that took place prior to his birth solidified that fact. Because no fuss was made over these early experiences, he maintained as normal a childhood as possible. Since Psychic Phenomena was so accepted by his family, it was easy for his abilities to flourish. John embarked on developing his own abilities after an encounter with famed psychic Lydia Clar. Lydia made him aware of his abilities and told him his life’s work would be teaching people about it. That mission has been channeled into his work as a medium which enables him to bring comfort and hope to people by reuniting them with those who they loved, lost...and crossed over. John Edward - Official site. Features information about the medium, his website is the only official on-line source of information regarding John Edward, his schedule, tour dates, or other appearances. John and his office make absolutely no representations or endorsements of any web-sites containing information about him, crossing over, or his books.


Allison DuBois one of the more successful mediums is Allison Dubois, whose success multiplied when NBC showcased "Medium," a program said to be based on Dubois's psychic exploits. Allison DuBois You can sneak a peek into the life of Allison DuBois each week on NBC in a TV show called Medium. No matter what you believe about people who can see beyond the physical lives around us, the show is made enjoyable by the characters involved. On TV's Medium, they are normal, attractive, humorous, and somehow tackle the additional pressures of having a medium in the family--not far, apparently, from Allison DuBois' true life story. The series Medium is based on Allison DuBois's book entitled "Don't Kiss Them Good-Bye." Patricia Arquette was cast to play the role of Allison DuBois, and won an Emmy for her portrayal. Allison became aware of her special talent when she was 6 years old. She believes that her three daughters have inherited her gift.

Allison DuBois

Allison DuBois refers to herself as a medium and profiler. She doesn't use the term 'psychic' because of the negative connotation she feels that are associated with it. One variation from the Medium TV show: Allison DuBois says that although some of her visions come to her in dreams, most of them come to her when she's awake. Official site. Features information about the medium, her schedule, tour dates, and other appearances.


Tony Stockwell Even as a child Tony knew he was different from other children. From an early age he was aware of seeing people before him that others could not see. It was common for him to hear his name being called by someone unseen, and also common for him to be aware of events before they actually happened.

Tony Stockwell

To him, all this was perfectly normal. Tony has had three of his own televisions series, The Psychic Detective, Street Psychic and Psychic School, as well as one off specials Street Psychic San Francisco and The National ESP Challenge. Tony has also appeared on The Sixth Sense, Most Haunted Live 4 and The Mystery of Body 115. He is very proud to be one third of The 3 Mediums with Colin Fry and Derek Acorah, which has been televised twice to date. The 3 Mediums Live at the Hammersmith Apollo was the paranormal event of 2003, attracting a live audience of over 3000, and excellent viewing figures when broadcast in August 2003 as the highlight of Living TV's special Paranormal Weekend. Tony is very proud to be co-founder of The Avalon Project, to promote and encourage spiritual learning and development. The Avalon Project offers teaching seminars, one-day workshops and lectures across the country. Tony Stockwell - Official site. Features information about the medium, his schedule, tour dates, and other appearances.

Sylvia Browne is an author of numerous books on spirituality who claims to be a psychic and medium. She is the regular featured guest on The Montel Williams Show. While Browne claims to have paranormal abilities, critics assert she is a cold reader. Currently she has had a long running feud with noted skeptic James Randi who has pointed out that her readings are indistinguishable from those achieved by mentalists using cold reading and hot reading techniques.

Sylvia Browne

In 2001, Browne publicly accepted Randi's offer to test her abilities in a controlled environment, but has yet to perform the tests. Browne began performing psychic "readings" in 1974. She has performed thousands of one-on-one readings and with a wide variety of groups and individuals. Browne claims to have provided information to police departments and the FBI, but police officers and family members say that in all 35 cases she worked on she played no useful role. In the late 1970s, she appeared as a psychic consultant on Leonard Nimoy's In Search Of... television programme. Browne is a frequent guest on US television and radio programs. She has appeared numerous times on Larry King Live as well as the Montel Williams Show and Coast to Coast AM. During these appearances she usually discusses her abilities with the host and then performs readings of audience members or callers.

Browne has written a number of books that include both serious and humorous stories detailing her adventures. She is the head of the Sylvia Browne Corporation, and the founder of a church in 1986 in Campbell, California, known as the Society of Novus Spiritus. According to its web site, the church employs forty ministers, and refers to itself as "Gnostic Christian." Sylvia Browne- Official Web Site, Features information about the medium, her schedule, tour dates, and other appearances. http://www.sylvia.org/home/index.cfm


James Van Praagh is a self-proclaimed medium who claims he has a gift that allows him to hear messages from just about anyone who is dead. According to Van Praagh, all the dead people are just waiting for someone to give him their names. Van Praagh might be described as a "celebrity medium", in much the same vein as John Edward and the British medium Derek Acorah.

Janes Van Praagh

James is a survival evidence medium, meaning that he is able to bridge the gap between two planes of existence, that of the living and that of the dead, by providing evidential proof of life after death via detailed messages. "I'm clairsentient," he explains, "which simply means clear feeling. I feel the emotions and personalities of the deceased. I am also clairvoyant," he adds, clarifying that, "the first is feeling, the second is seeing, very much like Whoopi Goldberg in the movie, Ghost."

James' public popularity began during his appearances on the NBC talk show The Other Side.The show concentrated on paranormal issues, and James became the favorite guest and resident expert on the subject of life after death. Even Howard Rosenberg, the Los Angeles Times distinguished television critic, dubbed James "spectacular".

Through the years his message of hope has touched a great many more people due to his television appearances on such shows as Oprah, Larry King Live, Maury Povich, 20/20, and 48 Hours. His unique paranormal experiences during the past twenty-two years have seen him author best-selling books, create meditation programs and development videos, teach mediumship classes, conduct seminars to sold-out audiences, and produce successful television projects.

He is co-Executive Producer of the television series Ghost Whisperer on CBS. James Van Praagh - The medium's official site, which includes a schedule of appearances, chat room, message board, biography, and photos.

Esther Hicks is an American spirit channeller, motivational speaker, and author. She has co-authored four major books with husband Jerry Hicks and presents seminars for Abraham-Hicks Publications.

Esther Hicks

Esther Hicks is the channel for a group of spiritual teachers who call themselves "Abraham". Most commonly, this work is referred to under the name Abraham Hicks The "Abraham" teachings "affirm our well-being and help us to recognize the power of joy in achieving all that is desired in life." They also teach that people are the creators of their own reality, that their emotions are guides to help in this creation and that humans are eternal beings and for that reason will "never get it done." The Official Abraham-Hicks Website

George Anderson a former switchboard operator and author of Lessons from the Light: Extraordinary Messages of Comfort and Hope from the Other Side (2000), got his own ABC special featuring celebrities who wanted to contact the dead. For more than forty years, George Anderson has been able to bridge the world of the hereafter and the earth, through his ability to communicate the messages of hope from those we love who have passed on. Since the age of six, George has had a special relationship with the souls who depend on his ability to hear them, and bring peace and comfort to their grieving families. He is considered, by those in the medical, scientific and religious fields to be the world's greatest living medium.

George Anderson

George Anderson has dedicated his life to helping the bereaved cope with loss by delivering messages of hope from their deceased loved ones with an accuracy and specificity that is unrivalled by contemporaries in his field. His ability is so unusual that those in virtually every walk of life consider him a true and genuine conduit to the world hereafter. George Anderson -The medium's official site, which includes a schedule of appearances, chat room, message board, biography, and photos.

Derek Acorah first supernatural experience came as a child when the spirit of his late grandfather visited him. When young Derek told his grandmother she was not surprised as Derek was to learn that she herself was a medium. His early career was playing football with teams such as the legendary Bill Shankly's Liverpool Football Club and the premier Australian team USC Lion. His psychic powers were always with him, therefore on his return to England in the early 1980s he became a full time spirit medium based at his home city of Liverpool.


Over the past ten years Derek has achieved international success with his television, radio and personal appearances across the United Kingdom , Europe, the Middle East, New Zealand and the U.S.A. He has conducted telephone consultations for people as far south as India , Australia and New Zealand . In October 1997 he was invited to take part in a tour of the Middle East when he appeared at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dubai , the Brit Club in Abu Dhabi and Hotel Inter-Continental in the desert location of Al Ain. Derek Acorah - The medium's Official web site which includes a schedule of appearances, chat room, message board, biography, and photos.

Mediumistic automatism is the automatism associated with a medium receiving supernatural messages from ghosts, spirits or the like, the expression of such messages (in speech, writing or drawings) lacking conscious control or intervention by the medium.

The medium knows absolutely nothing about you before the sitting begins. During the sitting the medium will only know those facts which the Spirits choose to tell him or her. However, just as they would while they were here, However, trance mediums very seldom remember much of what they have said after a sitting has been concluded.

Communication with the Dead

A medium has a different focus than that of a psychic. While the psychic focuses on the events and relationships of person for which a reading is being given, the medium focuses not only on the person, but on the spirit energies surrounding that person also. A medium is someone who acts as a vehicle for receiving messages from those who have passed on. The information may take the form of advice or guidance from a loved one to a relative still living.

The channels, depending upon their expertise, tap many tools to ‘channelize’ their psychic energy. They may use tarot cards, crystal balls, gems or dream analysis. They use their psychic abilities of clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience.

The Bible has a story about a case where communication with the dead actually happened. King Saul did it. The Witch of En-Dor put him in touch with the prophet/judge Samuel, who had made Saul king many years earlier. This spiritist was apparently renown as an extra-large among the area's mediums. This was no fake Samuel she reached, either (despite what you may read in the fundamentalist press); the text treats him as the real Sam. But this Sam was not at all happy about being contacted. He truthfully issued God's final doom on Saul and his sons, specifically because Saul was so willing to do dirty to God. The next day, Saul found out first-hand about being in the realm of the dead.

Channeling the spirits, as Jane Roberts did Seth, is where a human enters into an 'altered state of consciousness' which allows the person to become a conduit or 'channel' for the spirit of another, who can then use the channel to speak and take limited actions. This is, in essence, what a medium does to communicate with the dead. The channeling popular in some New Age circles is more extensive than the traditional medium, and sometimes involves the identity of the channeled being taking full control of the channel for a short period of time.

Keep an open mind. Try not to limit your thoughts to one or two people, your message could be from pretty well anyone you have known (or even people who passed over before you were born). Be honest with the medium, if you can't understand a part of your message, say so, and the medium will try to clarify it for you. Be honest with yourself, don't say 'No' just to be awkward, and don't say 'Yes' just to be helpful.

Keep these few simple guidelines in mind, and your sitting should be an experience to remember.

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Historical Mediums

Bangs Sisters, The - During the heyday of spiritualism, among the 'physical phenomena' commonly manifested were so-called spirit paintings. An article on the
Barrett , Harrison D. - This medium, writer, organizer and first President of the National Spiritualist Association of Churches.
Britten, Emma Hardinge - perhaps, the most renowned and most respected advocate and proponent in the early Modern Spiritualist Movement.
Campbell Brothers, The - During the heyday of spiritualism, among the 'physical phenomena' commonly manifested were so-called spirit paintings. An article on the Campbell Brothers by Joe Nickell, Investigative Files (Skeptical Briefs March 2000).
Duncan, Helen - Scottish housewife who found herself in the centre of a WWII legal battle which ended with her brutal conviction of a 'crime' under Britain's ancient Witchcraft Act and jailed for nine months simply for falling asleep on request. she had the astonishing ability to bring the dead to life.
Dye, Aunt Caroline - An African-American spiritualist medium and hoodoo root worker of the 19th century whose exploits are celebrated in blues songs.
Mesmer, Anton - Anton Mesmer's writings set off an intense interest in hypnotism.
Mirabelli, Carmine (1889-1951) - Carmine Mirabelli (1889-1951), born in Botucatú, Brazil, became internationally recognized as "the world's most powerful medium".
Peebles, Dr. James M. - James Martin Peebles, (1822-1922), author, Spiritualist, medium, leader in 19th Century Spiritualism, physician, healer.
Piper, Leonore E. - Boston's most prestigious trance medium.
Randall, Edward C. - Randall established himself as a voice for Spiritualists, his books outlining the philosophy of eternal life and marshalling what he viewed as empirical evidence supporting his beliefs. Notes on his life and details of the collection of his manuscripts in William L. Clements Library: The University of Michigan.
Randolph, Paschal Beverly - A celebrated African-American spiritualist medium, healer, novelist, and sex magician of the 19th century; a contemporary and friend of Emma Hardinge Britten.

Jane Roberts (1929-1984) was an American author, poet and psychic. She is best known as a trance medium or spirit medium who "channelled" a personality named Seth. The publication of the Seth texts established her as one of the preeminent figures in the world of paranormal phenomena. She was also an author of short stories, novels, children's literature, and metaphysical texts unrelated to Seth, including The After death Journal of an American Philosopher, The Education of Oversoul Seven and Adventures in Consciousness.

JANE ROBERTS possessed by Seth.

In late 1963, Jane Roberts and her husband, Robert Butts, experimented with a Ouija board as part of Roberts' research for a book on ESP. According to Roberts and Butts, on December 2, 1963 they began to receive coherent messages from a personality who eventually identified himself as Seth. Soon after, Roberts reported that she was hearing the messages in her head. She began to dictate the messages instead of utilizing the Ouija board, and the board was eventually abandoned. For 21 years until Roberts' death in 1984 (with a one-year hiatus due to her final illness) Roberts held regular sessions in which she went into a trance and purportedly channelled messages from Seth (hereinafter referred to as the "Seth personality" or simply "Seth"). Butts served as stenographer, taking the messages down in homemade shorthand, although some sessions were recorded. These messages from the Seth personality, consisting mostly of monologues on a wide variety of topics, are collectively known as the "Seth Material" (sometimes referred to herein as the "Material"). The Material through 1969 was published in summary form in The Seth Material, which was written by Jane Roberts with substantial excerpts from the Seth personality. Beginning with the 511th session in January, 1970, the Seth personality began to dictate his own books. This series of "Seth books" eventually totaled nine volumes, although the last two books appear to be incomplete due to Roberts' illness. The list of titles includes Seth Speaks; The Nature of Personal Reality; The Nature of the Psyche, Its Human Expression; The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events; The Unknown Reality; and Dreams, Evolution and Value Fulfillment. Robert Butts contributed notes and comments to all the Seth books, and thus he was a co-author on all of them.

Channellers claim to have channelled ascended masters like Buddha, Jesus, or St. Germain.; people that have died; angels; higher dimensional beings; and extra-terrestrials of a spiritual or more evolved nature. Channelling is a popular source of revealed teachings in some New Age groups. Well known channellers like Diandra (Salem), Esther Hicks (Abraham), Jane Roberts (Seth), and Lee Carroll (Kryon) have volumes of teachings on angels, chakras, higher dimensions, future predictions, manifestation, meditation, non-judgment, now moment, past lives, and spirituality.


The Seth personality described himself as an "energy personality essence no longer focused in physical form" who was independent of Roberts' subconscious, although Roberts herself expressed skepticism as to Seth's origins. The Seth personality said that he had completed his earthly reincarnations and that he was speaking from an adjacent plane of existence. He described himself as an educator whose task was to impart the Material to the current generation of human beings. The Seth personality's demeanor was notably different from Roberts', as reported by witnesses which included Robert Butts, friends, acquaintances and students. He was at times stern, jovial or professorial, and he frequently assumed a distinct foreign accent that wasn't readily identifiable. Unlike the psychic Edgar Cayce, whose syntax was decidedly convoluted, Seth's syntax and sentence structures were modern and clear.

Sessions were held at regular intervals, usually three per week lasting two or three hours. Roberts consciously initiated most sessions, although during some sessions she seemed to slip in and out of trance spontaneously. With the exception of a weekly ESP class in which the Seth personality spoke to class members, Roberts gave few readings to the public and was mostly focused on publishing the Material in printed form.

Jane Roberts died in 1984 at the age of 55 after a long battle with what appeared to be an autoimmune disease. In 1996, sessions 1 through 510 (the "early sessions" which preceded the dictation of the Seth books) were published posthumously by Robert Butts in nine volumes, along with six volumes of previously unpublished personal messages which accompanied the later sessions. Roberts' and Butts' manuscripts, notes and recordings were donated to the Yale Library. Robert Butts currently lives in Sayre, Pennsylvania.

* Roberts, Jane (1974). The Nature of Personal Reality. Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-06-8
* Roberts, Jane (1981). The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events. Amber-Allen Publishing. ISBN 1-878424-21-1

Jane Roberts wrote a number of books not dictated by Seth, which discuss the same ideas and how they affected her life. These are, among others, Adventures in Consciousness, Psychic Politics, The God of Jane, The Education of Oversoul Seven, The Further Education of Oversoul Seven, and Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time.

In addition she wrote poetry, short stories and novels.

SPEAKING OF JANE ROBERTS, biography by Susan Watkins



Harry Houdini (March 24, 1874 – October 31, 1926) was one of the most famous magicians, escapologists, and stunt performers of all time, as well as an investigator of spiritualists.

Harry Houdini

In the 1920s, after the death of his beloved mother, he turned his energies toward debunking self-proclaimed psychics and mediums, a pursuit that would inspire and be followed by later-day conjurers James Randi, P. C. Sorcar and Penn and Teller. Houdini's magical training allowed him to expose frauds who had successfully fooled many scientists and academics. He was a member of a Scientific American committee which offered a cash prize to any medium who could successfully demonstrate supernatural abilities. Thanks to the contributions and skepticism of Houdini and three others (there were five in the committee), the prize was never collected. As his fame as a "ghostbuster" grew, Houdini took to attending séances in disguise, accompanied by a reporter and police officer. Possibly the most famous medium whom he debunked was the Boston medium Mina Crandon, also known as "Margery". Houdini chronicled his debunking exploits in his book A Magician Among the Spirits.

These activities cost Houdini the friendship of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Doyle, a firm believer in spiritualism during his later years, refused to believe any of Houdini's exposés. Doyle actually came to believe that Houdini was a powerful spiritualist medium, had performed many of his stunts by means of paranormal abilities, and was using these abilities to block those of other mediums that he was 'debunking' (see Doyle's The Edge of The Unknown, published in 1931 after Houdini's death). This disagreement led to the two men becoming public antagonists.

In Houdini's will, his vast library was offered to the American Society for Psychical Research on the condition that research officer and editor of the ASPR Journal, J. Malcolm Bird, resigned. Bird refused and the collection went instead to the Library of Congress.

Fearing spiritualists would exploit his legacy by pretending to contact him after his death, Houdini left his wife a secret code - ten words chosen at random from a letter written by Doyle - that he would use to contact her from the afterlife. His wife held yearly séances on Halloween for ten years after his death, but Houdini never appeared.

Houdini left a final sting for his spiritualist opponents: shortly before his death, he had made a pact with his wife, Bess Houdini, to contact her from the other side if possible and deliver a pre-arranged coded message. Every Halloween for the next 10 years, Bess held a séance to test the pact. In 1936, after a last unsuccessful seance on the roof of the Knickerbocker Hotel, she put out the candle that she had kept burning beside a photograph of Houdini since his death, later (1943) saying "ten years is long enough to wait for any man."

Houdini's Grave

The tradition of holding a séance for Houdini continues to this day, and is currently organized by Sidney H. Radner.


Houdini Seance in Pennsylvania Images of the seance will appear on their web site live via webcam. http://www.houdini.org/

The Original Houdini Seance is held here LIVE online for 15 years on Halloween night. Over the past 15 years in New York City which was Houdini's home town as an adult. responsibility and honor to host the Séance now has passed on to celebrity magician Dorothy Dietrich, a member of The Houdini Museum Board of Directors. Official Houdini Museum WEB SITE: http://www.houdini.org/

Our modern day debunkers... following the path of Houdini

James Randi internationally billed as The Amazing Randi, is a stage magician and scientific skeptic best known as a debunker of pseudoscience. Born Randall James Hamilton Zwinge, in Toronto, Canada, Randi is the creator of the James Randi Education Foundation's million dollar challenge offering a prize US$1,000,000 to anyone who can demonstrate evidence of any paranormal, supernatural or occult power or event, under test conditions agreed to by both parties. He is also a regular on a television program called Bullshit!, which is hosted by noted skeptics Penn & Teller.

James Randi

His interest in debunking the paranormal started when he was in his early teens. He was present at a magic show when a magician asked for someone from the audience to help him with his performance. Randi, having experimented with magic tricks himself, raised his hand. The magician responded, "Ah, young man, you're a magician yourself, aren't you?", much to Randi's amazement. After the show, Randi approached the man and asked how he knew this. The man told Randi he did not. It was simply part of his routine and whenever he turned out to be right, he would credit his "magical powers" and whenever he was wrong, he would turn it into a standard quip.

Randi subsequently witnessed many tricks that were presented as being supernatural. One of his earliest reported experiences is that of seeing an evangelist using the "one-ahead" routine to convince churchgoers of his divine powers.

Randi entered the international spotlight in 1972 when he challenged the public claims of Uri Geller. Randi accused Geller of being nothing more than a charlatan using standard "magic" tricks to accomplish his allegedly paranormal feats, and he backed up his claims in the book The Magic of Uri Geller. The original edition contained a number of factual errors, including the claim that Geller had been convicted of fraud in a criminal trial. , and misstatements about whether there was a clear view of the window in the room where Geller did his work, a place Randi had never been to. Randi's critics claim these errors are deliberate and that they undermine Randi's credibility. Several publications that reprinted Randi's allegations were successfully sued by Geller... or they settled with him. Randi subsequently produced a revised edition of the book, called The Truth About Uri Geller.

Randi was a founding fellow and prominent member of CSICOP, the Committee for Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. Randi later resigned from CSICOP during the period when Geller was filing numerous civil suits against him. CSICOP's leadership, wanting to avoid becoming a target of Geller's litigation, requested that Randi refrain from commenting on Geller. Randi refused and resigned. He still maintains a respectful relationship with the group and frequently writes articles for its magazine.

Randi has gone on to write several books criticizing beliefs and claims regarding the paranormal. He has also been instrumental in exposing frauds and charlatans who exploit this field for personal gain. In one example, his Project Alpha hoax, Randi revealed that he had been able to orchestrate a years-long compromise of a privately-funded psychic research experiment. The hoax became a scandal and demonstrated the shortcomings of many paranormal research projects at the university level. Some said that the hoax was unethical, while others claimed his actions were a legitimate exercise in debunking poor research techniques.

Randi's comprehensive exposé of faith healer Peter Popoff resulted in a sharp decline in Popoff's influence and popularity.

In 1986, Randi was awarded a MacArthur Foundation "Genius" award in 1986, drawing upon his conjuring skills to write and educate the public on superstition and pseudo-scientific matters.

In 1987, Randi became a naturalized citizen of the United States. In 1996, Randi established the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF). Randi updates the JREF's website on Fridays with a written commentary titled Swift: Online Newsletter of the JREF. Randi also contributes a regular column, titled "'Twas Brillig", to The Skeptics Society's Skeptic magazine.

Asteroid 3163 Randi was named after him.

In September 2006, he joined the cast of The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe podcast.

Main article: James Randi Educational Foundation
The James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) currently offers a prize of one million U.S. dollars to anyone who can demonstrate a supernatural ability under agreed-upon scientific testing criteria. In 1964, Randi put up $1,000 of his own money payable to the first person who could provide objective proof of the paranormal. Since then, the prize money has grown to the current $1,000,000, and the rules that surround claiming the prize are official and legal. No one has gotten past the preliminary test which is set up and has to be agreed upon by both Randi and the applicant.

In the conditions and rules governing his one million U.S. dollar challenge, Randi plainly states that both parties (himself and the party accepting the challenge) must agree in advance as to what conditions of the test constitute a "success" and what constitutes a "failure". He also refuses to accept any challengers who might suffer serious injury or death as a result of the test they intend to undergo.

However, Randi has been quoted as saying that it is not possible for paranormal abilities to be true and he has been quoted as saying, "I always have an out ... I'm right!"

Critics say that Randi has set up the system so that the million-dollar challenge cannot be passed, despite the fact that contestants are allowed to participate in setting conditions for success and failure. For details of the disputes, see James Randi Educational Foundation.

Official web site James Randi Educational Foundation http://www.randi.org/


Penn & Teller are eccentric magicians with a psychotic twist. Their stage show, which has played Broadway and toured the country to sold-out houses.

Penn & Teller

Penn & Teller are a couple of eccentric guys who have learned how to do a few cool things. Together since 1975, their award-winning theater show has been a long-running hit on and off-Broadway. Penn & Teller are now appearing nightly (except Tuesdays) in Las Vegas at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.

Penn & Teller have also written two best-selling books, Cruel Tricks for Dear Friends and How to Play With Your Food. Their newest book, How to Play in Traffic, is a collection of practical jokes, miracles and anecdotes that makes travel funnier than ever before.

The duo serves as Visiting Scholars at MIT, which is the highest honor bestowed by the school, and have lectured at the Smithsonian Institute and Oxford University. Penn & Teller were recently named two of the funniest people alive in Entertainment Weekly's "50 Greatest Comedians Today" issue.

Penn & Teller: Bullshit! only on Showtime. http://www.sho.com/ptbs/ Veteran producer Mark Wolper, Executive Producer Star Price and renowned master showmen Penn & Teller deliver a high-octane, weird, wacky, entertaining journey through some bizarre territory that no one else is brave enough to touch, with this Showtime reality series.

By their own admission, Penn & Teller have been dying to do a show like this. Confirmed skeptics and pro-science atheists (they refer to God as "an imaginary friend"), these magicians are big fans of the art of debunking.

Whether demonstrating how history's most perplexing magic acts are performed in their sell-out Las Vegas show and TV specials, or producing their own series that pulls the wool off the public's eyes, Penn & Teller's mission is to expose the truth to an otherwise desperate and gullible public.

In Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, the crusaders utilize principles of magic and trickery, as well as good old fashioned "hidden camera" sting operations, to smoke out these nonsense peddlers and reveal how they operate.

They also call upon the scientific community for back-up. Penn & Teller have discovered that the evidence debunking bogus operatives exists in countless books, scientific papers and government-sponsored exposés - research that nobody else has presented to the public with such zeal, passion, and conviction.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE Penn & Teller www.pennandteller.com/
Penn & Teller are eccentric magicians with a psychotic twist. They defy labels, and at times, good taste. They’ve performed together for 30 years; skewering the genre of magic, their sold-out audiences, and themselves -- very often all at the same time, within one mind-boggling evening.

And along the way, Penn & Teller have made the hardest trick of all – a remarkable career that ranges from stage to television to three best-selling books – look easy. And they’ve done it all on their own, distinctively offbeat terms.

They call themselves “a couple of eccentric guys who have learned how to do a few cool things.” Since first teaming up in 1975, when they combined Teller’s silent, occasionally creepy, magic with Penn’s clown college education and juggling expertise, the two have created an entertainment success story that went from the streets to small clubs to national theater tours, and now to a current, multi-year engagement at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

... PENN & TELLER NOMINATED FOR 3 EMMYS Receives Outstanding Reality Program Nomination and more! www.pennandteller.com/


There are several important things to consider when embarking on this traditional attempt to reach the “Other Side” – simple signposts on a road less traveled that can mean the difference between success or failure, contact and a waste of time.
First and foremost there must be a defined PURPOSE. This should be established at the start and should be clearly defined so that all participants are absolutely certain that they understand the reason or need for the séance. These reasons could vary – contact with a dead relative, contact with the spirit world for purposes of divination, guidance or comfort – but they should be defined and, most importantly, adhered to throughout the process.

Equally important is the talent and skill of the conducting MEDIUM. This should be a person whose abilities have been proven in prior séances; this can usually be determined by word of mouth recommendations: remember, cost does not always determine quality in this process and some very skilled mediums offer their services for nothing, or next to nothing. Other important qualities to look for are evidence of compassion and sincerity on the part of the conducting medium as these are important to the contact process. In the event that such a qualified medium is not available, a person who displays the highest level of empathy, sensitivity and seriousness can sit in as a reasonable substitute. This must be someone that all agree upon and who has demonstrated at least circumspectly the ability to make contact with the Other Side.

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Lisa Dennis has been seeing, hearing, and communicating with those in the spirit world for as long as she can remember. "Being able to connect people with their loved ones again is a very special gift that she deeply appreciates and respects." Her ability to receive detailed information, that has been confirmed, from the other side has been demonstrated time and again. She has touched many lives, here and on the other side, allowing closure and a sense of peace to all she meets.




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