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November 2019

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November 2019 (Issue No 4181)
 

Inside the November 2019 issue of Psychic News magazine:

Popular TV presenter and author Fern Britton shares her spiritual side in an exclusive interview. Fern discusses angels, an apparition, guidance and intuition.

Medium Steve Chitty tells us how he is guided by his “dead” brother who made a spirit return just 19 hours after passing on.

Graham Jennings reports on his visit to “The Medium’s Medium” psychic art exhibition at London’s The Gallery of Everything.

Tune in to energy healing – In this article written especially for “Psychic News,” Abby Wynne explains how to improve and enrich your life with energy healing, and includes some simple but effective exercises.

In The secrets behind sacred sites, spirit traveller Sonja Grace delves into the hidden history of some of the world’s most sacred sites.
 
This month, Graham Jennings investigates three topics – somnambulism, automatic writing and weighing materialisations.

Medium Billy Roberts explores the history of ribbon readings and tells how you can have a go.

Join John West as he visits what is widely regarded as Britain’s most haunted city in The ghosts of York.

In news, Tony Ortzen highlights a new study that optimists are likely to live longer than those who take a negative approach to life.
Wimbledon Spiritualist Church holds its first same-sex wedding. Footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones says he now believes in the afterlife following his wife’s passing. And the University of Oxford releases its findings into contact with aliens.
The Spiritualists' National Union is invited to the National Service of Remembrance for second year running. An inner city GP practice is now prescribing pot plants instead of antidepressants for some of its patients. Spiritualists give the homeless a helping hand by sleeping rough.

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October 2019

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October 2019 (Issue No 4180)
 

Inside the October issue of Psychic News magazine:

Lucy Pringle, one of the world’s leading crop circle photographers and researchers, investigates crop circle formations both ancient and modern in “The healing power of crop circles.”

Near-death experience expert P. M. H. Atwater tells of the effect that such a happening can have on individuals much later in life in “Children’s near-death experiences.”

International medium Robert Brown interviews his friend, Joy Harjo, who has been appointed the first Native American Poet Laureate in the history of the United States in  “‘I accept life after death’ says new Poet Laureate.”

Roy Stemman reports on three exhibitions which all feature spirit-inspired art in “New exhibitions reveal mediumship’s role in masterpieces.”

Barbara White discovers how a good laugh can have a positive effect on us mentally, spiritually and physically, and clairvoyant Billy Roberts features flower sentience and gives some tips on how you can try it out yourself.

In the news:
Tributes are paid to Spiritualism’s ‘Mr Fixit’ – an article to honour Hugh Davis, of the J. V. Trust, who has passed on at the age of 75.
Firefighters rescue ghost  hunters locked in cell.
Yoga ‘could be a lifesaver after a major heart attack’.
The Advertising Standards Authority launches an investigation into medium Derek Acorah over a series of “misleading” Facebook posts.
Prisoner in straitjacket ‘sees’ sinking ship from dungeon.
Writer, broadcaster and film producer John West meets trance medium Elaine Thorpe, whose guide lived in Victorian times.

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October 2019
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September 2019

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September 2019 (Issue No 4179)
 

In the September 2019 issue of Psychic News, healer Lyz Cooper describes her fascinating journey with sound, and how and why sound and music can be effective therapeutic tools, presenting her BAST Method system of healing. Includes sound-based exercises you can do at home and some links to some therapeutic music tracks.
 
Medium Claire Broad, whose book, “What the Dead are Dying to Teach Us,” comes out this month, tells of her spiritual journey and one special piece of evidence she gave her Nan. In 'Irene’s buzzing with royal jelly joy' Irene Stein, whose “unique” product based on royal jelly, has been taken by the Queen, Princess Diana and the Duchess of York, says she has been guided by intuition “for many years.” Taking time off from appearing in court, barrister Alan Murdie, who is Chairman of the Ghost Club, answers a series of points about the organisation and the paranormal.
 
Taking inspiration from singer and songwriter Chesney Hawkes, Barbara White features rebirth and group souls in 'Making a comeback with reincarnation'. In an interview, yoga teacher Mara Blackburn tells Billy Roberts how yoga can even be undertaken on paddle boards in the sea. Graham Jennings answers three readers’ questions and starts by homing in on psychic artist Austin Spare. Writer, counsellor and healer Wendy Stokes reviews the new “Oracle of the Fairies” card deck, which is produced by a former BBC journalist. And John West investigates the intriguing case of three young naval cadets who entered a time slip.

In the news, we feature the Queen banning plastic straws and bottles from the various Royal estates, missing therapy goats, American research into the effectiveness ‘therapy dogs’ on college campuses, and an expert on dreams being invited to address staff at the Ministry of Defence.
 
We also feature an exclusive Graham Jennings report on the “2019 Joint Conference on Aspects of the Afterlife,” and celebrity encounters with phantoms and UFOs.
 
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September 2019
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August 2019

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August 2019 (Issue No 4178)
 

In the August 2019 issue of Psychic News, medium Steve Holbrook shares his spiritual journey and tells of his long and close friendship with singer and TV presenter Jane McDonald in the editor’s interview.

In 'Previews, precognitions and time slips', award-winning author, and radio and television host Gary Williams cites some unusual cases he has come across. Barbara White discovers inspiration for her column in the hit song 'Karma Chameleon'. Writing from Australia, psychologist Chris Mackey extols the benefits of synchronicity and describes finding “compelling evidence" of paranormal phenomena.

Medium Billy Roberts investigates the endocrine system and gives a handy hint on bringing water “alive”. International medium Robert Brown gives his view on whether it is “hypocritical” for Spiritualists to eat meat, and Graham Jennings writes of astonishing accounts of psychic surgery.

John West highlights ghostly goings-on in East Anglia, and from Argentina, psychologist and psychotherapist Alejandro Parra tells of nurses who have reported paranormal experiences in hospitals.

In the news, we feature Prince Charles on homeopathy, the College of Psychic Studies announces “the most comprehensive exhibition in its 135-year history”, a new study finds one in ten people has a near-death experience, and former Springwatch presenter Kate Humble backs forest bathing on the NHS.

We also feature Cryptozoology and learn that the FBI carried out an investigation into Bigfoot, the Indian Army claims to have found Yeti footprints, and researchers in New Zealand hint they might have found proof that the Loch Ness monster exists

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August 2019
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July 2019

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July 2019 (Issue No 4177)
 

In the July 2019 issue of Psychic News magazine, explore and experience the fascinating field of lucid dreaming with expert Charlie Morley.

Medium Alison Wynne-Ryder shares her spiritual experiences and tells how marbles inside a Christmas cracker figured in survival evidence. Psychic artist and medium Anna Trew explains the role of spirit guides and how they “watch over us with affection and respect.”

Elsewhere, Billy Roberts discusses Spiritualism on TV, and how pets are good for our health. Meanwhile, Barbara White explores left-handedness and how this can be affected by the zodiac.

In “Strange case of the missing magicians and maligned medium,” Roy Stemman reviews a new exhibition and book featuring various aspects of the paranormal. Robert Brown moves his “Spotlight” feature on to Germany and John West meets top film director Jason Figgis to hear about his latest documentary on “the father of the English ghost story.”

In our regular spiritual art feature, we feature the works of independent police interpreter Simona Richmond.

In the news, singer Robbie Williams tells of speaking to the “dead.” Meanwhile, the Royal Mint has issued a new coin to honour a pioneer Spiritualist. Staying with the UK, White Eagle Lodge plans a new “beautifully unique” temple at its Hampshire headquarters, TV’s Eamonn Holmes has his spirit “cleansed” by a shaman on live TV and how an ex-Coronation Street star’s relationship with a fellow cast member was “predicted by a psychic.”

The parents of Madeleine McCann turn down a suggestion they should seek help from a medium to find their daughter. Members of Tottenham Hotspur football team walk over hot coals to connect with a “superior energy.” In the USA, fighter pilots tell of encountering UFOs.

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July 2019
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June 2019

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June 2019 (Issue No 4176)
 

In the June 2019 issue of Psychic News magazine, trans medium Becs Sawyer tells of her decision to transition from male to female, recounting how she prayed she “would wake up as a girl.”

‘I have no doubt we survive death’ says Uri Geller in the final part of John West’s exclusive interview with the world’s most famous metal bender. Elsewhere, make your home feng shui friendly: expert advice on this intriguing topic by Davina MacKail. Meanwhile, Barbara White investigates how much sleep you need according to your astrological sign.
Wendy Stokes takes a fascinating look at the history of tarot cards and homes in on one of its most famous practitioners. The power of the spirit – trance teachings from Silver Birch, who answers questions posed by children. Columnist Graham Jennings answers readers’ questions on transfiguration, an assassination accurately seen in a dream and apports.

In our regular spiritual art feature, inspired artist Akshayaa Selvaraj, from India, shares her psychic story and some works of art.

In the news, a victim of the terrorist attack on London Bridge tells an inquest of having a premonition about the tragedy. Staying with the UK, the historic Rochester Square Spiritualist Church is to be turned into children’s nursery, as the new tenants promise to renovate “lovingly and with a great deal of care and attention.” Prince Charles’s Facebook page accepts an advert from a spiritual centre. Plus former Blue Peter presenter Simon Thomas reveals what he believes were signs from God about his “dead” wife.

Travelling to America, former partner of Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner tells of seeing a phantom at the Los Angeles property where he lived. A report claims that Russia uses psychic methods to hack computers and read the minds of enemies, and has used dolphins in telepathy tests.

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June 2019
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May 2019

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May 2019

 

In the May 2019 issue of Psychic News magazine, read the first instalment of a fascinating two-part interview with psychic and motivational speaker Uri Geller. Uri tells of his experiences with John Lennon, Elvis Presley and working with secret services.

We have an exclusive interview with Richard Cuthbert, who is the youngest individual currently serving as a Spiritualists’ National Union minister.

We take an in-depth look at the magic of the Findhorn Foundation. From its humble beginnings in a caravan park, the foundation now attracts some of the world’s best-known speakers and teachers on spirituality and allied topics.

Publisher and I Ching consultant Nigel Peace explains how to use this ancient method of divination. Barbara White homes in on some moving examples of compassion, writing that we should all exercise it in our daily lives.

Graham Jennings investigates predictive coincidences, naturo- pathy and the astonishing gifts of Brazilian medium Chico Xavier.

Our regular spiritual art feature showcases the work of deep trance medium Andrew Western from Bristol. His work includes some easily recognisable figures that “attend” his circle on occasion.

In the news, Psychic News’ founding editor Maurice Barbanell is further honoured in Staffordshire as the Barbanell Centre expands. The famous Cottingley fairy photographs go up for sale by auction. The Prime Minister faces a ‘telepathic attack’ on the EU referendum. Olivia Newton-John says that Karen Carpenter and John Denver help her on stage.

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April 2019

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April 2019

 

In the April issue of Psychic News mindfulness expert Paddy Brosnan shows us how to master the techniques of this consciousness-heightening form of meditation. Barbara White investigates if animals have karma and Billy Roberts reports on inventions that came about by divine inspiration. World-renowned medium, minister and healer Robert Brown answers your questions, and is certain that prayers are heard.

“What you think or say is important, but what you do is the acid test that reveals exactly where you are on the scale of spiritual development.” says Stephen O’Brien in his wise words feature, and John West homes in on what he terms “One of Scotland’s strangest tales of the paranormal,” in “Crawling phantom seen at lodge.” Plus, Gary Biltcliffe shares his vast knowledge of ley lines and explains their significance.

Monday April 15 sees the long-awaited return of the popular TV series Game of Thrones, albeit for its final season. By coincidence, this month’s artist also features a drawing of two of the main characters from this eagerly awaited finale.

In news we feature Aboriginal healers working alongside health professionals, recently released files show that Barbara Cartland sent Margaret Thatcher complementary remedies, and an autopsy on a buried skeleton confirms psychic’s findings. Kingswells House in Scotland is up for sale at £850,000, The Brain Tumour Charity is over £2,000 better off thanks to a donation from Woodford Spiritualist church.

This month’s editor’s interview is with blind medium Louise Eaton, who explains how a husband’s unusual survival evidence included corn on the cob!

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March 2019

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In the March 2019 issue of Psychic News magazine, psychologist Christa Mackinnon explains the basis of shamanism. Christa is a psychologist, family counsellor, clinical hypnotherapist, shamanic practitioner and teacher. For many years she worked internationally as a trauma specialist, therapist, trainer and university lecturer, and also spent ten years as the course director of a large international hypnotherapy training institute. She has learnt from and worked with Buddhist teachers in Asia, indigenous teachers in the Americas, and contemporary shamanic teachers in Europe and the USA.

Elsewhere, Atasha Fyfe answers frequently posed points about rebirth and past lives. Atasha, who lives in Glastonbury, Somerset, believes she was executed in the French Revolution and describes how a young girl in India recognised her former home and family.

We also take a look at: Silent Power Centre in Switzerland, apparitions that argued in a London churchyard, world-famous artists that entrance Brazilian medium. As well as reiki healing, Old Mother Shipton, and spring festivals and superstitions.

In news, we report on the government’s announcement that around 370 schools are to teach pupils mindfulness, how court renovations are halted after medium sees 'dead' judge, the spirit healer who has X-ray vision when she touches people, and TV scientist Brian Cox comments on the afterlife.

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February 2019

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February 2019  

In the February 2019 issue of Psychic News magazine, bestselling Hay House author Radleigh Valentine reveals all about how to use a pendulum and harness its power, international speaker Sandra Anne Taylor explores and explains the Akashic Records, and a lost necklace is a spirit test for medium Pam .

Elsewhere, Barbara White features the origins and legends of St Valentine's Day, and reveals a rather gruesome end for the saint. Billy Roberts recalls how a spirit guide gave pictorial proof of his identity in his article titled Unseen hands play guitar. As Prince Harry reveals to a Buddhist monk that he meditates on a daily basis, we have a fascinating moving meditation test for you.

In an occasional new series called 'Where are they now?' Robert Brown discovers that psychic former policeman Peter Close now lives in Thailand. Psychic artist Katie Anne Reynolds shares some of her inspiring paintings, Graham Jennings charts the full story behind former First Lady Nancy Reagan seeking astrological assistance, explains Jainism, and shares the clairvoyant descriptions of Plotinus.

In news, Brazilian healer John of God hands himself over to police as hundreds of patients allege that he assaulted them, a letter in which Lord Dowding reveals his belief in gnomes, fairies and rebirth goes to auction, and another vicar bans yoga classes.

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January 2019  

In the January issue of Psychic News magazine we welcome in 2019 with a bang!

Crystal expert and author of over 45 books, JUDY HALL, makes crystals crystal clear for us all, and we have an exclusive interview with DR RAYMOND MOODY, of Life After Life fame, who has investigated near-death experiences for decades.

BARBARA WHITE says that “Exciting times lie ahead for every single one of us!” in her feature “New Year new you”, and medium ROBERT BROWN comments on personal responsibility, whilst BILLY ROBERTS tells how hundreds of thousands of people were put to death after being accused of witchcraft in “Burned at the stake”.

STEPHEN O’BRIEN explains the vital differences between psychic and mediumistic messages as he tries to raise the standards of mediumship. We take a look at the Greater World Association in the feature titled “Guide named Zodiac has heavenly message”, and JOHN WEST shares the spine-tingling tale of the haunting of Rattlesden Rectory.

In news, we have an exciting story about the restoration of the FOX SISTERS’ school as it becomes a Temple of Peace for Spiritualism. “Separated triplet senses he had unknown brother” tells how astonishing similarities emerge between three brothers who were separated at birth in a secret nature versus nurture study, and ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK reveals his healing side.

The editor’s interview is with medium BRENDA LAWRENCE, and Turkish-born inspirational artist Servet Ozen shares his spiritual art.

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