SOME INFO ABOUT CLAIRVOYANCE

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People say they don’t believe in clairvoyance and I respect this.

I prefer sceptics to people who believe everything that they are told (by clairvoyants and others).

There are some that believe in clairvoyance but think clairvoyants are spiritual.

Sociopaths, psychopaths and narcissists can be clairvoyant.

My mentor told us that it is just an extension of our senses that has been lost because of our culture

Everyone is clairvoyant.

Because our culture teaches that clairvoyance doesn’t exist these abilities atrophy.

Clairvoyance be it visual:

auditory – clairaudience:

feelings – clairsension:

or concepts:

flashes in a fraction of a second

as if wherever this is coming from is “out of phase”.

I admire sceptics but not cynics:

cynics are as fascist about their opinion as a religious person is about theirs.

Googled: –

Sceptic noun

“a person inclined to question or doubt accepted opinions”.

Cynic noun

“a person who believes that people are motivated purely by self-interest rather than acting for honourable or unselfish reasons.”

Another thing that worries the “believers” is that the clairvoyant may  know things about them that they don’t want known.

This isn’t so:

your subconscious usually blocks out stuff it doesn’t want known.

Although empaths may sense the energies they won’t know specifics.

This video I made for my Facebook page.

And I am very brave showing this – now that I am fat old and disabled

Knowing our culture judges people by the way they look:

Something that I have experienced personally.

me outside my house

My mobile phone would be a bit useless :

Skype is ceridwen2

email is katallen1949@hotmail.com

I am able to accept overseas clients as I send an invoice from PayPal

I am only charging $100 Australian

half price to anyone who mentions this blog

Blessed be

and be kind to non humans

Bukandi (deceased) We miss him heaps 😦

MY MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER

I left the UK in 1952:

I was two:

I turned three while aboard ship on the way to South Australia.

I believe that I just communicated with my maternal Grandmother who was called “Mother Gaskell”

I have asked her to prove it is really her even though I am sure it wasn’t my imagination. *

There is no reason for me to wish to connect with someone that I don’t remember.

I don’t even have a photo of her.

I have one of me, taken in Northfield South Australia.

Me with Christy – I think that I was three
  • A few years ago I was “getting” my Dad (deceased) quite often:

I said to him “How do I know that this isn’t just wishful thinking! If it is really you, communicate via someone else.”  

     A few weeks later I received the following message in Facebook messages:

QUOTE:

“Hi Kate, just wondering if it’s your dads birthday or anniversary or something ???????????????? He’s popped into my head for about 4 days in a row, he was looking in your front door giving a little wave with a smile. Weird , at odd times and I wasn’t even trying, busy doing things and there he was. Thought I’d wait to see if I got a message for you but nothing today, he looked happy and as I said he was smiling………..hope this makes your day x”      END QUOTE

Brindle and Matthew

The communication with my grandmother was concepts and pictures:

Clairaudience usually “comes at me” too fast for me to decipher.

Mother Gaskell told me that she is with me, to help.

Even if it is just placebo effect my anxiety isn’t as bad as it was.

I started isolating before my age group were told to:

Although we no longer have these restrictions in S A I am having trouble pushing through a panic attack to leave the house.

(I have had to push through panic to go anywhere for as long as I can remember)

From my grandmother:

Out of all her grandchildren she and I connected and I made her happy.

this was a visual:

She was bed ridden:

I was on the bed

a toddler

making her laugh

Mother Gaskell thought that my mothers attitudes were because she was Welsh and Irish?

 Her sisters brought her up:

So she understands why Ada wanted to be the centre of attention.

Not impressed that she told lies at my expense and my Dad’s expense  to get this attention.

Understands the physical abuse or most of it:

It was acceptable back then.

But shoving me in to the wood burning part of the wood stove when lit was

not acceptable.

(Mother Gaskell had ten children three boys and seven girls.

I have no idea how many grandchildren.

My mother was second to youngest.)

Blessed be and be kind

to humans

and non humans

HOPE

My youngest granddaughter in the Coorong

I once had a Pollyanna outlook on life but in my old age I started to believe that the human plague will make all life extinct

I am changing my outlook

There appears to be more original thinkers amongst the younger generation

the Millennials

 More are sensitive and caring

 re  other life forms and the ecology.

Respectful of other races  and cultures

and sexual preferences

Still my generation

Baby Boomers/ Flower Power

 deserve the credit for implementing changes:

 in women’s rights

racial prejudice

sexual preferences

 and bringing attention to the ecology

 and animals rights

And in our day people who didn’t conform to the status quo would have been locked in mental institutions.

Despite all the negative information the media feeds us about covid 19 my personal experience has been one of thoughtful people helping others.

Blessed be

and be kind to non humans

I took this last century on Kangaroo Island

THREE AUDIO MEDITATIONS

CREATIVE CONSCIOUSNESS MEDIATION

TREE MEDITATION paraphrased from Mother Wit by Diane Mariechild —- it is a great book if you can find it.

Am sure you are better at finding things on Google etc than me 😛 — I couldn’t find it.

PAST LIFE REGRESSION

Blessed be

and be kind too non humans

the dog and I miss Bukkandi (wild cat)

THREE BOOKS

In the following book I hope to help those who wish to develop their clairvoyant abilities.

In “The Clairvoyant Experiences Of A Sceptic” I told a few of my clairvoyant experiences.

Listening to others similar stories made me realize that

it is so much better if you can have these experiences first hand.

Not a literary masterpiece but a true story.

And there are so many amazing stories omitted so as not to break client confidentiality.

The second part I wrote as therapy and had not intended to include.

It wasn’t included in the original l publication

I wrote and published this sci fi short story a few years ago when the human population was only 7.4 billion:

It is now more than 7.7 billion.

Our cultural norms and the Protestant Ethic are causing the extinction of all life

I thought that I would quote a few lines  from this short story:

“The Nirahns whom could see close ups of the planet on their “view screen” saw people and buildings just disappear. One minute there were humans and buildings all over the planet. And then they were gone.                                                                                                                                                                     They watched vegetation grow at an accelerated speed.

Kunapipi/Anne awoke on the first day of the New Earth. She had slept in a humpy and awakened to kookaburras laughing.”

I chose the name Kunnapipi as she is an Indigenous Australian mother goddess:

But this story is not about the “real” Kunnapipi.

Blessed be

and be kind to non humans

KANGAROO ISLAND2
I took this on Kangaroo Island last century

NURSES

from Health Museum of South Australia

I was telling this story to my naturopath yesterday when he said chromium helped with depression:

Last century I was “specialling” (as in looking after one on one) a lady who had been diagnosed manic depressive – now called bipolar:

She would try to throw herself in front of cars on a very busy main road:

It turned out that she was diabetic and once treated for this no more mania and depression.

Most people know that sugar affects moods but thought that this extreme case was worth a blog.

Before the pandemic I noticed that staff in our local supermarket wasn’t well and guessed hypoglycaemic:

She apparently has diabetes – insulin dependent.

She ended up going home and then to hospital.

Next time she saw me she credited my knowing she wasn’t well to my clairvoyance but I told her  –  ex nurse — nurses are observant.

At least nurses, doctors and medical staff are getting the appreciation that they deserve in this pandemic.

blessed be

and be kind to non humans

taken on Kangaroo Island last century

IF SOMETHING IS EXPENSIVE IS IT NECESSARILY BETTER?

I have been told that clairvoyants are charging on average $200 per hour:

I also know that in our culture if something is expensive it is considered good and inexpensive no good.

Cheap is used as an insult

The opposite is often true

I have been giving clairvoyant readings since 1978:

I almost always get feed back:

My future predictions have not always been correct:

Either I misinterpreted what I was getting or the “future” changed?

But I have had numerous phone calls (over the years) from people who didn’t believe me when I predicted something and then it happened exactly as I had said.

I have also had feed back about expensive clairvoyants some (not all) are not genuine and basically a con.

Gives the genuine clairvoyants a bad name.

My favourite is communicating with people that have “passed over”.

this art work was by Chris Parmenter

I started consciously “seeing” ‘people that had “passed over” in the seventies and we were most definitely the lunatic fringe back then:

along with people that cared about the environment and animals.                   

In the 1970’s I was fortunate in getting into a group run by a Spiritualist lady Stella.

Stella was not only an amazing clairvoyant she advocated our being ethical.

One thing she told us was never to tell someone something bad in their future (unless we could tell them how to avoid this) because the person could make it happen (nocebo) and we could be wrong.

In 1978 my Dad told me he was a Spiritualist and a clairvoyant– understandable that he didn’t say anything sooner:

There was such a stigma  back then.

 The Protestant ethic  of money being all that matters is causing the extinction of all life on this planet.

I was obviously born into the wrong culture because I have always believed that everything that exists deserves respect.

In our culture humans are the only species that matters: has intelligence or feelings.

Cultural norms force killing other lifeforms because they are labelled pests or vermin

Or chopping down trees and replacing them with concrete or bitumen etc.

Drug companies and the meat industry horrify me.

Surving death has nothing to do with a God concept:

I “asked” this question of my guides— or whomever it is when I am communicating clairvoyantly

I was “asked”  “Can you conceptualize no linear time

When I answered NO

I was told “they” couldn’t explain

For anyone that has read this far I am offering an email reading or Skype reading at half price:

$50 Australian

I am able to accept overseas clients:

I just send you an invoice from PayPal.

Send a recent photo of yourself to katallen1949@hotmail.com

or call me on Skype ceridwen2

I am still able to see and communicate with people that have passed over on an email reading.

And usually see part of your aura.

Time and space are not as we perceive them to be.

My first husband made these for me in 1980

blessed be

and be kind to non humans

I took this last century on Kangaroo iIsland

MY GENERATION

I was just talking to neighbours over the back fence

keeping social distancing in place  – of course

and it reminded me of this old blog that I wrote near the anniversary of WoodstocK.

(Which I have changed a bit.)

I was telling the neighbours how (long ago) I walked around the botanical gardens with friends, hugging trees and doing “Monty Python” silly walks.

My generation implemented many changes for the better.

When some female executive (or of some other once male dominated profession) treats me with contempt because I am old and disabled I feel like saying  “If it wasn’t for me and others like me you would have no rights nor status and certainly not the job you have ”  — but I haven’t said this as yet 😦

It amuses me when younger people think they are going to shock me by telling me they are gay or like to walk around naked.

Seriously  I am Flower Power Generation 

Here with sex education by John Cleese:

When I was growing up: as well as having no rights nor status: women were not expected to enjoy sex.

A woman was expected to stay a virgin until she was married:

A man was expected to be promiscuous:

Never understood how that worked:

When  I was in high school we were discussing sex at lunch time and I said that there were double standards.

Several girls said  “That is the way it is meant to be” —

What does that mean???  —  (In actuality, it meant that it was a cultural norm.)

Once married the chances of a women climaxing was rather slim as (most) men of my age group are proficient at “wham bam thankyou mam!”

AND THEN CAME THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION.

YIPPEE!

Gays could stop pretending that they were heterosexual.  😀

And women could enjoy sex.

Before political correctness my first husband used to say that women who were in a bad mood  were suffering from “lack of nookie”.

Embarrassed to say that I laughed but I also saw that this could be just as easily applied to men

I haven’t googled the health benefits of sex but I know there are many.

It is also great exercise and a fun way to lose weight.

Also ladies there is always B O B = Battery Operated Boyfriend:                                              and to be politically correct there should be a B O G.– for the ladies, not the gents 😛

I have never read 50 shades – partly because I never read a “Mills and Boons” and was told that “50 Shades of Grey” is like a Mills and Boons novel but with sex:

Partly because I have “been there; done that”: who needs to read about it:
and partly because it is popular 😛

(I have never watched a soapie or a reality tv show or read a love story, as in “Mills and Boons”)

Re nudity:

My Wiccan tradition works skyclad (naked):

When I used  to go to our local nudist beach: people would be both disgusted and horrified.

Maslin Beach
Maslin Beach

I would say “Yes! If God wanted us to be naked we would have been born that way.”

On each occasion I was just given a blank look:

Seriously, who wasn’t born naked ?

I have not  been to this beach in a long time:

In the days that I went there everyone was friendly, like people in a country town, but apparently, and sadly, these days, it has a few creeps with binoculars sitting on the cliffs.

Most things have changed for the better in my life time:

The problem is that there are too many humans,   so unless we change our attitudes soon we will make all life extinct including ourselves.

Blessed be

and be kind to non human life forms

witch

RELIGION DEFINES A CULTURE

I realise that you know objectively that religion defines a culture:

Even atheists conform to the norms, mores and concepts created by religion.

I believe Jesus was a teacher and although there was a meeting in Nicaea in AD 325 to decide what to leave in the bible and what to takeout, some of his good teaching survived. Although most of his teachings seem to be ignored?

Our culture finds violence entertaining and sees breast feeding babies as disgusting.

Decades ago an Indigenous Australian lady whom I worked with said “We don’t think like you”

I understood what she meant

we have different concepts.

I also realise that if we don’t have a concept of something it literally doesn’t exist for us.

Few people in western cultures understand Ahimsa.

an image from movie Seven Years in Tibet.

In the movie
Seven years in Tibet (from the book by Heinrich Harrer) Mr Harrer presumes that the worms were not allowed to be killed or injured because they could be human in another life:
He (apparently) didn’t have a concept that they have every right to be respected as worms.

(Love the movie: must read the book: Having not read the book this may have been the movie producer’s concept rather than Heinrich Harrer’s)

I find spiders webs beautiful

All my life I have thought other life forms were intelligent and definitely had feelings:

(I get upset when a fly dies)

only to be told by Christians that “god” put animals here for our benefit.

And told, re my horror at factory farming and production line slaughtering, that “It is why we grow them”

I was brought up Church of England:

Taught Sunday school in my teens:

Did the “born again and speaking tongues” stuff in my twenties

(I even went back to church when I was 59– but this time it only re enforced, for me, how wrong western religion is.)

People are aware of the atrocities committed in the name of religion.

Although when I was researching for lectures on Wicca in the 1980’s it was difficult to find any information on the Inquisition.

Because of religion women were considered property and had no rights.

Say religion

Say fascism

The protestant ethic is causing the extinction of all life.

while people “leave it to God’

or wait for karma .

The industrial revolution labelled older people as useless/worthless:

Whereas once, elders were respected for their wisdom:

The concept that if something is new it is good:
and something old is no good was applied to people.

Old people are discarded and thrown into nursing homes – “total institutions”!

Yet being a Christian is synonymous with being a good person?

in the 1980’s when on many occasions I helped a stranger they invariably complimented me by saying what a good Christian I was.

I didn’t dare say

“I’m not a Christian I am a witch”

One of the things that attracted me to Wicca was that the witches that I knew, cared about nature and the ecology.

Anyway I have decided to give another analogy to the meaning of life.

(As you cannot see my facial expression or hear my voice best tell you the following is intended a humour after my criticism of other peoples beliefs)

Last century I used to jokingly say we live in a virtual reality.

Not an original concept

It came from Star Trek Next Generation: season six “A ship in a Bottle”.

I have thought we might be in a video game but I have never played a video game:

so my analogy may be wrong.

I would guess that, in this video game that we are in, the goal must be to to create as much horror and destruction as possible?

To be pedantic I tried playing a video game once:

in 1990 my husband and I went into a video arcade and he suggested I”have a go”

A stranger (A mindless male narcissistic with small son-in tow) stood behind me and criticised everything that I did.

I never played a video game again.

Blessed be

and be kind to nonhumans

IF SOMETHING IS EXPENSIVE IS IT NECESSARILY BETTER?

I have been told that clairvoyants are charging on average $200 per hour:

I also know that in our culture if something is expensive it is considered good and inexpensive no good.

Cheap is used as an insult

The opposite is often true

I have been giving clairvoyant readings since 1978:

I almost always get feed back:

My future predictions have not always been correct:

Either I misinterpreted what I was getting or the “future” changed?

But I have had numerous phone calls (over the years) from people who didn’t believe me when I predicted something and then it happened exactly as I had said.

I have also had feed back about expensive clairvoyants some (not all) are not genuine and basically a con.

Gives the genuine clairvoyants a bad name.

My favourite is communicating with people that have “passed over”.

this art work was by Chris Parmenter

I started consciously “seeing” ‘people that had “passed over” in the seventies and we were most definitely the lunatic fringe back then:

along with people that cared about the environment and animals.                   

In the 1970’s I was fortunate in getting into a group run by a Spiritualist lady Stella.

Stella was not only an amazing clairvoyant she advocated our being ethical.

One thing she told us was never to tell someone something bad in their future (unless we could tell them how to avoid this) because the person could make it happen (nocebo) and we could be wrong.

In 1978 my Dad told me he was a Spiritualist and a clairvoyant– understandable that he didn’t say anything sooner:

There was such a stigma  back then.

 The Protestant ethic  of money being all that matters is causing the extinction of all life on this planet.

I was obviously born into the wrong culture because I have always believed that everything that exists deserves respect.

In our culture humans are the only species that matters: has intelligence or feelings.

Cultural norms force killing other lifeforms because they are labelled pests or vermin

Or chopping down trees and replacing them with concrete or bitumen etc.

Drug companies and the meat industry horrify me.

Surving death has nothing to do with a God concept:

I “asked” this question of my guides— or whomever it is when I am communicating clairvoyantly

I was “asked”  “Can you conceptualize no linear time

When I answered NO

I was told “they” couldn’t explain

For anyone that has read this far I am offering an email reading at half price:

$40 Australian

I am able to accept over seas clients:

I just send you an invoice from PayPal.

Send a recent photo of yourself to katallen1949@hotmail.com

I am still able to see and communicate with people that have passed over on an email reading.

And usually see part of your aura.

Time and space are not as we perceive them to be.

My first husband made these for me in 1980

blessed be

and be kind to non humans

OH and—-

A pinch and a punch for the first of the month and no return

Me after a walk in the Coorong that some had said I wouldn’t be able to do with my injuries and arthritis