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I believe that everyone is clairvoyant – the ability atrophies because our culture tells us it doesnt exist

In the 70s most people considered us the lunatic fringe

In the late nineteen eighties early nineties the so called “New age” became trendy

And was turned into the Protestant ethic of making  a profit

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(I  like Armin Shimerman as an actor but I’m not much of a fan of Deep Space Nine)

There is still a lunatic fringe

And there are also many con artist who charge a fortune  and are making it up

I have never charged much

Partly because my Dad was a Spiritualist and told me that I must not charge

And  also because I am so anti the Protestant ethic 

One lady told me the year before covid  that anyone who charges less than eighty is no good

I don’t care whether people believe me not

It is not a matter of belief

More one of quantum physics

See  blog” Life after Death”

But I don’t like being treated like a idiot or called a liar

Even clairvoyants that read tarot or other forms of divination tend not to believe mediumship is possible because they cannot do it.

I have often thought of saying “How well do you play the piano?” and if they said they cannot  I would say “Well I guess you don’t believe anyone can play the piano”

When connecting with those no longer in this time space I always ask them to show me something to prove it is them.


I love the meaning of this word

The quote is from

One of the most common translations of namasté is “The divine light in me bows to the divine light within you.”

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