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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.

She has written four books on mediumship. The first, Connecticut Ghosts is based on mediumship, psychic photography, and local legends. Next , Séance 101 is a book about physical mediumship which explores table tipping, electronic voice phenomena, trance, and trumpet séances! Elaine did research in the United States, England, and Brazil, and adds a great deal of knowledge on trance mediums, John of God, Elwood Babbitt and Edgar Cayce.
In 2010, she wrote The Making of a Medium which tells reader how she honed her skills
as a clairvoyant and medium. Her latest book, The Art of Mediumship is a how to book on clairvoyance, psychic investigation, and channeling.
Elaine has also written articles Fate Magazine, and a book on Astrology--Soul Cycles. She has been a popular guest on radio and television. Recently, she was featured on The Paranormal View and the PBS special, "Things That Go Bump in the Night."

We will meet Elaine and listen to her stories plus you will have an opportunity to hear how she works as we take your calls and bring you evidence and messages from your loved ones in spirit!

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