Saturday, November 17, 2012

Woman in coma answers questions about God. has a podcast about a woman in a coma who answered questions about God. When in the coma, the only person she would respond to was her grandson. She answered his questions about the reality of God and heaven. Later, her grandson asked for a sign from God confirming His existence. He got the sign. The podcast is only ten minutes long and 10Mb to download.


That's my boy.

Grammy, what do you see?

Bright light.

Is God real?

God is beautiful.

Is heaven real?

Heaven is beautiful.

What are you feeling?

Love, pure love.

The full episode of Snap Judgement includes more stories about The Other Side.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Extraordinary psychic claim from grieving mother: Dead son’s spirit holds my hand to write letters to me.

The Sun has an article about a mother who learned to communicate with her deceased son through automatic writing:

Sally then visited the medium, who told her she had spiritual gifts.

She recalled: “She said that Tony wanted to write me a message, and that I should try automatic spiritual writing.

“I was advised to sit in a darkened room, completely quietly, holding a pen very lightly to paper and to ask Tony questions so he could write the answer.

“I tried it the next morning.”

To her amazement, as she sat down with a pen she felt an icy grip on her hand.

Then, without moving the pen herself, she found “Tony” written in her notebook.

Sally, whose husband is a car salesman also called Tony, said: “It absolutely drained me. It took hours just to get that one word — and by the end my whole body was tensed up. I felt freezing cold.”

With practice, the pair were soon chatting at length and with ease.

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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Skeptical Psychologist takes class in mediumship, communicates with the dead, is stunned by the accuracy of a reading he gave, becomes open to the possibility that “there is an unseen reality”.

An article at describes a talk given by skeptical psychologist Leonard George about his experiences taking a course in mediumship. During the course he seemed to communicate with his father, his spirit guides, and he was stunned by the accuracy of a reading he gave to another student. He felt his experiences were not scientific proof of communication with spirits, but they left him open to the possibility that “There is an unseen reality”.

(There is ample proof (more here and here) of communication with spirits and in light of that proof, it is reasonable to consider his experiences were genuine communication with spirits. His experiences are somewhat similar to my own experiences taking classes in mediumship.)

Excerpts from the article:

Leonard George, a skeptic, was convinced by his experiences that Spiritualists were sincere an not involved in fakery.

George, a self-described skeptical psychologist, is also aware spiritualism has often been linked with fakery and fraud. So he wanted to get to the bottom of things.


What did George end up discovering about modern-day spiritualism? The first thing he realized was that the New York spiritualists conveyed “100 per cent sincerity.”


But the spiritualists’ high moral standards, and apparent complete rejection of trickery of any kind, did not begin to constitute any sort of scientific proof for George that they could speak to dead people.

He seemed to meet with his spirit guides:

“I had an experience of rising up. I was perched on a mountain and the lights were right in front of me. These lights communicated that they were my spirit guides. It was quite shocking.”

George seemed to communicate with his deceased father.

Following a sense of being buried alive, powerful images arose inside George of his father sitting on a marble bench; calm, talkative and reassuring. “It was one of the weirdest things that ever happened to me.”

He was stunned by the accuracy of a reading he gave to a classmate:

He did a reading for a female student whom he had never before met. In an altered state as he contemplated the woman’s soul, George sensed images of a short dark woman in a storm-tossed house covered with Christmas ornaments, whose name may have been Mabel or Annabel.

When George told the woman about the images that emerged during her reading, she responded that when she had been a child in the poor rural U.S., high winds would often knock out the family’s water supply.

So the woman would walk through the forest to obtain water from a black woman named Mabel, who decorated her house year-round with Christmas ornaments.

“When she said that my hair was standing up. It’s standing up right now,” George said, sitting at his desk. “It seemed so accurate to me. I didn’t have anything to say for hours after that.”

He seemed to realize there was something paranormal happening but did not consider his experiences scientific of communication with spirits. However the experiences left him open to the possibility that “There is an unseen reality".

He has not adopted spiritualist metaphysics since his summer apprenticeship as a medium. And he did not come away feeling he had “scientific proof” humans can psychically connect with people, including beings in an afterlife.

But that doesn’t mean he is not open to the possibility. “There is an unseen reality,” George said confidently.

“But I’m not committed to what spiritualists say it is.”

He was, however, convinced most spiritualists are having meaningful experiences that provide what he calls “personal proof” of another realm. These experiences tend, he noted, to make them more confident and resilient than most people.

It is not unreasonable to say these experiences are not scientific proof of communication with spirits. However there is ample proof (more here and here) of communication with spirits and in light of that proof, it is reasonable to consider his experiences to be genuine communication with spirits.

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Friday, November 2, 2012 Near Death Experience Research Foundation

The Near Death Experience Research Foundation has many accounts of near-death experiences in their archives. An e-mail correspondent recommended Jacqueline's Father's NDE. I thought it was particularly interesting because it describes a shared death experience where a living person witnessed angels coming to take away the soul of a person who died. It also demonstrates how valuable psychic perceptions can be in helping those suffering from grief.

Jacqueline's father had been hospitalized with cancer. While he was in the hospital, he saw angels come to take the soul of Danny, who shared the same hospital room, when Danny died. At that time, the angels accurately told Jacqueline's father when they would be coming back for him. Jacqueline eventually told Danny's mother that angels had come for Danny at his death and this was a great relief to her because she had been worrying about Danny's fate in the afterlife.

About two weeks before he died he told us that he would not be here in two weeks, my sister asked him why where are you going Dad?, he said I will be dead. He said this the night another young guy named Danny died, Danny had melanoma and was in the bed opposite Dad. Dad relayed to me what happened just prior to Danny taking his last breath, Dad saw 2 large Angels enter the room and stand on either side of the bed not touching the ground, Dad heard Danny take his last breath and then Danny with the 2 Angels stood at the foot of Dads bed. One of the angels said to Dad we will be back for you in 2 weeks time. Dad died exactly 2 weeks to the day that Danny died. He told me that when he saw Danny's soul that he was happy and rejuvenated. Another thing Dad told me do not be afraid of death as it is like walking through a door. My father went from being a person who believed in nothing to being saved by Almighty God and for that I am so grateful and privileged to have been a witness to his saving grace. A few years after Dad died I get getting a message that I had to find Danny's mother and tell her about her son. I said Lord I do not know where to find her if you want me to tell her I am sure you will help it happen. It became very persistent that I find her, as luck or divine intervention would have it I happened to be working with Danny's best mate, I only found out when we were talking about previous jobs we had done. I told him where I had nursed and he told me his best mate had died there in the year I nursed there. I asked him his mates name and when he told me I said thank you God. Danny's friend put me in touch with Danny's mother that very day and I asked her if I could come and see her immediately after work she said yes. Danny's mum was a very frail little old lady and I was so afraid to tell her about Danny's last moments for fear of her not believing me or upsetting her. I told her what my father had witnessed when Danny died, she broke down crying, I was mortified as I thought I had done the wrong thing.

I said I am sorry for upsetting you like this. she said you have not upset me these are tears of joy, you have made me the happiest mother alive, she said she had fretted for years wondering what had happened to Danny after he died and know she knew that he was saved. God moves in mysterious ways. Danny's mother had been suffering severe depression since his passing Danny was 26 yrs old when he died, my Dad was 51 yrs old and they both died on a Sunday 2 weeks apart. I hope this gives comfort to a lot of people out there, Jesus and God are real Angels are real I know because my Dad saw them and was saved. God bless all of humanity.

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

I will probably not be posting as often as I have been...

For the information of my regular readers: I will probably not be posting as often as I have been. Many of my posts have come from discussions on internet forums and I have not found those types of discussions as interesting recently so I haven't been participating and I have less to write about on this blog.

I appreciate the readership of those of you who have been regular readers of this blog, and I'll try to post occasionally, but probably not as often as I have been doing.