Student Presenting Media Project on the Work of a Psychic
I spent the morning on the phone with a lovely young woman
who is completing her M.A degree in communications which includes media,
technology and journalism. Her
completion project must be a biographical sketch which must also include a
video interview. This aspiring, young
journalist has a keen, aside interest in psychic ability so when it came to
choosing whose biographical sketch she would do, it wasn’t an uncharacteristic
leap for her to settle on me. Excited, she felt confident her professors couldn’t
fairly object to me (despite my somewhat infamous profession) because of my
academic background and experience at notable eateries such as the Royal York
Hotel in Toronto. The fact that I’ve had
extensive media overage already should only sweeten the pot.
Reading her email, I felt an instantaneous jolt of excitement. I had a feeling that this would be a project
and creator I would enjoy meeting and working with. My work has been the
subject of a number of student papers but the prospect of a video really
ignited my enthusiasm. We made a few
plans and spent a couple of hours on the phone getting acquainted. Our philosophies, experiences, astrological
charts (we are both Scorpios) and hopes for where this project might take us
made it difficult for either of us to end our conversation.
Her hope for this project, which she described as a sample
of her life purpose, is that it will capture a lot of people’s attention and
open a broad reaching, collective narrative about psychic ability and how it
represents an advancement of our human evolution. We spoke about how difficult a road this will
inevitably be for her. People with a lot
more experience, notoriety and credibility have been down this road with little
to show for their efforts except skepticism and disparagement.
Most Clients Fear Judgement of Others for Using my Service
Most of my clients never tell anyone they speak to me
because of the fear of collegial and personal judgement and I’m confident most
in my profession have found the same thing. It would undoubtedly surprise many
people to learn the backgrounds of most of my clients. Most are university educated, many are
professionals, and some are famous.
Few however, share their delight in my work with
anyone. It’s not because they are
ashamed of their use of my service but rather they are worried about what other
people would think if they found out.
All the given names who signed the testimonials on my web site have been
altered to protect the confidentiality of those who wrote them. Some who have
written to me about how excited they are about my work, have asked that nothing
they have said be shared with anyone else because their style of writing might
be recognized by someone landing on my site! Further leaving the conundrum of
how might we ever garner a collective acceptance of psychic gifts when the very
people who could have a significant impact on changing collective perceptions
are too fearful to step forward with their stories and proofs?
Snippets of validation can be found not just with those who
do what I do for a living, but in fact with some of the most respected and
intelligent people on the planet. My
young director was particularly excited to read what Marshal MacLuen said about
psychic ability and how it will unfold in the future,
“Tribal man is tightly
sealed in an integral collective awareness that transcends conventional
boundaries of time and space. As such, the new society will be one mythic
integration, a resonating world akin to the old tribal echo chamber where magic
will live again: a world of ESP. The current interest of youth in astrology,
clairvoyance and the occult is no coincidence. Electric technology, you see,
does not require words any more than a digital computer requires numbers.
Electricity makes possible--and not in the distant future, either--an
amplification of human consciousness on a world scale, without any
verbalization at all.
Q: Are you talking about global telepathy?
You can read the whole interview here.
Marshal MacLuen recognized that young people’s burgeoning
interest in astrology, clairvoyance and the occult is not a coincidence with
respect to the growth of electric technology.
Technology will in fact foster the development of the psychic sciences
on many levels. Indeed we are seeing it
emerge and flourish in the most unlikely of environments.
Psychic Ability Belongs to Us All
I always believed that psychic ability was a sense that we
all were born with and it’s been a fact of our humanity since the development
of our cerebral cortex. At some point in
time it was declared taboo and stopped representing an ability we should learn
to control and use. After all it does
represent a gift that the establishment finds difficult to control. What you sense and know with your psychic
perceptions are yours alone. You can
count on your psychic senses that alert you to the presence of liars,
manipulators and scam artists. Perhaps
it’s really in THEIR best interests to shut you down from its insights and
wisdoms. We need to look carefully
indeed at the naysayers and who they are quoting. Whoever keeps you from your truth perhaps
deserve more skepticism than the notion of knowing what someone is thinking
without speaking out loud or what is ahead down the road you are presenting
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