When I found out that James Van Praagh was coming to a town near me to do a large-audience mediumship demonstration, I jumped at the chance to see one of the most famous mediums (at least in the US) ply his trade. I made up my mind to go into the show as an investigator… Read More A Complete and Honest Account of The James Van Praagh Evening of Mediumship in Morristown, NJ
In The Multidimensional Afterlife, Part I, we were introduced to the afterlife as a hierarchy of thought-manifested worlds. Because the spirit realm is thought-based, souls are automatically attracted to the dimension that corresponds with their beliefs, expectations, personality and state of mind, as well as their spiritual development. When spirits cross over into the afterlife with strong expectations, religious beliefs,… Read More The Multidimensional Afterlife, Part II
Recently, I’ve noticed an interesting trend – a handful of mediums and sitters bringing through celebrities, historical figures and infamous people from the past and present for the purpose of an afterlife interview. This took me by surprise; I had always thought that mediums could only make a connection with spirits who have an emotional connection… Read More Mediums who Speak with the Dead and Famous: 68 Celebrity Afterlife Interviews
There are many ways that spirits describe their environment to those who still inhabit the earth; and yet like humans, spirits are fallible, prone to disagreements and misstatements; their words can be mangled by mediums, distorted by channels, prone to bias from the human mind or simply misinterpreted due to the general perplexity in communication between… Read More The Multidimensional Afterlife, Part I
I’ve been wanting to review the breakout phenomenon that is Channeling Erik for some time. Dr. Elisa Medhus and her blog have become the newest spiritual darlings of the new age sect. I’ve been following her blog for about a year now, and have seen it grow into a brand; she’s penned two books, holds… Read More Channeling Erik – Miraculous Conduit to the Afterlife or Exploitation of a Mother’s Grief?