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Tonight your Host and Medium Pamela Marie Edmunds will be interviewing Author and Medium Elaine Kuzmeskus. They will be discussing Elaine's book, "Seance 101; Physical Mediumship." Learn about different types of physical Mediumship such as; trumpet, slate writing, apports, apparitions, EVPS, table tipping, etc.
More About Elaine Kuzmeskus;
Elaine Kuzmeskus, director of the New England School of Metaphysics, is a nationally known Spiritualist medium. Born with the gift of clairvoyance, she made contact with her Hindu guide at age four: "Ever since I was in my crib, I had been fascinated by spirits. When I was about four, a Hindu gentleman only I could see started giving me instructions from the other side. 'Cross your fingers and place them over the middle of your forehead. Now concentrate and push the energy out.' Soon I was able to visualize people and see them in their future state." Other guides quickly followed: an Egyptian master, an ancient Chinese doctor, and Dr. Lang. In 1972, Elaine Kuzmeskus was certified by the National Association of Spiritualist Churches as a medium. During over thirty years of mediumship, she has conducted many well-publicized seances including the 1997 Official Houdini Séance at the Goodspeed Opera House in Haddam, CT and a séance for the cast of the play Blythe Spirit at the Long Wharf Theater in New Haven, CT. In 2004, Professor Kuzmeskus published Soul Cycles, a text which combines keen psychological insight with the ancient science of astrology and and in 2005 completed the book Connecticut Ghosts which is based on mediumship, psychic photography, and local legends. next, Séance 101 explores physical mediumship-- table tipping, electronic voice phenomena, trance, and trumpet séances! Her latest book, The Art of Mediumship is a how to book on clairvoyance, psychic investigation, and channeling.
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