Clairvoyance for Sceptics

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, 
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. 
– Hamlet (1.5.167-8), Hamlet to Horatio

It has been suggested that people with a university education are not stupid enough to believe in clairvoyance:

This is so not true:

I was first introduced to this, now called, New Age stuff, by a friend at teachers’ college: (I was a mature student and married with children)

I was loaned a book called “Seth Speaks” by Jane Roberts and taken to a lecture on clairvoyance and related subjects at the Gawler Institute. This was in the 1970’s. when Gough Whitlam was prime Minister and university was free.

In the late eighties when clairvoyance was becoming popular, I was asked to participate in a psychic fair in North Adelaide.

When I spoke to the organiser on the phone I thought “I recognise that voice!” and when we met, I certainly knew her: she had been my sociology tutor.

When I commented about this she said to me:

“You should see what the head of the geography department does”

He was head of the dowser’s association.

The thing about clairvoyance is to be sceptical but not cynical.

Clairvoyance and communicating with those who have “passed over” doesn’t have to be taken on faith as religion does:

One can assess the information and decide if it is really the “dead” communicating.

Predicting the future is because time is a dimension and not really linear: Or so I believe.


I do not write much about clairvoyance in my blogs these days:

Having read the terms and conditions for Amazon publishing  I am conscious of not putting anything in my blogs that is in my non fiction book.

Hence following is an ad for same 😛


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