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With instructive advice, anyone can find their soul’s own true path.
by Dr. Jean Houston
As I travel around the globe speaking and training, I have consistently found that most people ask me the same question, “How do I discover my purpose in life?” In the past, who you became was determined by your family and circumstances. You didn’t have much choice. But now there is an open moment in history where you have the chance to tap into the soul of your purpose.
Millions of people right now are experiencing a yearning and desire to awaken to their unique gifts and offer them in service to the world—while living a life of joy and fulfillment. It’s a surging of the human spirit, a virtual global Read the rest of this entry »
ROSEMARY ELLEN GUILEY’S STRANGE DIMENSIONS NEWSLETTER
September 2011 www.visionaryliving.com
In this issue: Books news… classes and workshops… upcoming events… article on a haunted mattress!
First, my prayers and thoughts go out to all who have been impacted by Hurricane Irene. Fortunately I got through it all right here in Connecticut.
NEW BOOK: “TALKING TO THE DEAD”
My book on spirit communications, co-authored with George Noory, the host of Coast to Coast AM, is available on pre-order on amazon.com at http://amzn.to/oQwbpq. The book will be released in October in hardcover from Tor Books. George and I explore the technological side of spirit communications, including the “ghost box” real-time, two-way conversations. Controversies, startling evidence, and the implications of hard proof of the afterlife are just some of the topics in this comprehensive examination of the cutting edge of paranormal research.
CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS
Due to demand, I am resuming giving classes and workshops on a variety of paranormal and spiritual topics. For the past few years, most of my work has concentrated on research, media and conferences. I have been getting increasing requests for teaching in different formats. I have designed programs on angels, dreamwork, psychic and intuition skill building, fairies, meditation, Shadow People, the Djinn, psychic protection, and spirit communications. These programs will be offered in a variety of formats and locations. The events schedule below includes them, and of course advance listings are given on my website, also listed below. Read the rest of this entry »
STRANGE DIMENSIONS NEWSLETTER
Rosemary Ellen Guiley
In this issue: REINCARNATION is in the news with the Kindle release of one of my books… adventures On the Paranormal Road… upcoming events… Article on author Michael Talbot’s past-life recall that inspired his vampire novel.
I’m back in New England after an extended summer stay in the Pacific Northwest. Just before I departed, I paid a visit to the ECETI Ranch (Enlightened Contact with Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) near Mt. Adams, located in a paranormal hot zone. My report on that, and my interview with owner James Gilliland, will be in a future issue of Strange Dimensions.
NEW BOOK RELEASES
I have updated my book on reincarnation and republished it as an e-book titled Rosemary Ellen Guiley’s Soul Journeys: Past Lives & Reincarnation. It is available in Kindle format only at http://amzn.to/p5sIev
The book has many dramatic reincarnation stories, including quite a few original ones given to me in exclusive interviews. In addition, it provides a comprehensive, thorough examination of beliefs about reincarnation, scientific investigations, the karmic holdovers of past lives, and how the past can help us lead better lives today and build better lives for the future. I added a new chapter on spirit communications and psychophysical research to document reincarnation. Read the rest of this entry »
An unusual substance has washed up on the northwest shores of the United States.
Authorities say a mysterious orange-colored substance has washed up on the shores of a remote village in northwest Alaska.
Tests have been conducted on the substance on the surface of the water in Kivalina and City Administrator Read the rest of this entry »
Captured on the morning traffic camera, this unexplainable aerial object has left Texans jaw dropped.
by FATE Staff
A facinating book regarding the chupacabra in America.
Author Benjamin Radford
Published by University of New Mexico Press
I keep an ever evolving list of creatures that I would love to one day have as a pet or possible sidekick. The Quitxacotal is numeral Uno (who wouldn’t want a winged serpent God?) Second would be Bigfoot due to numerous viewings of the John Lithgow classic Harry and the Henderson’s. But first runner up is the one creature that might seem a little too creepy to keep around the house; it’s my very own Chupacabra. And not the North American one, I want the original Puerto Rican-winged spiked-back blood sucker itself. Read the rest of this entry »
Looking for a challenge in the next step of theoretical science writing, Dr. Manly brings the Multiverse, subatomic particles and the Copernicus theories that started to all to the masses.
“Visions of the Multiverse”
Author Steven Manly, published by New Page Books.
Before reading Visions of the Multiverse my only experience with a parallel universe or Multiverse was when Captain Kirk’s evil goatee wearing doppelganger terrorized the Star ship Enterprise. And just like that episode of Star Trek, there are a lot of different colorful theories on the where, how and why of multiple realities. And after 200 scientific publications under his belt, Dr. Steven Manly has assembled a book describing the physics behind those theories and how it all started with Copernicus back in 1540. The book simple in size but thick with science made quick reading with the help of Manly’s tongue-in-cheek writing style honed over the years of teaching physics to college kids.
Without going into too much detail about the theory of multiple Universes, let’s just say Read the rest of this entry »
Located on the West Coast, this isolated lighthouse has a beautiful story to share.
by Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Mary Pesonen was only six months away from a brand new life, but even that short amount of time seemed too long for the pain and hopeless that had engulfed her. Early one morning, she decided to bring an end to everything by hurling herself off a cliff into the Pacific Ocean. Did she have second thoughts and regrets as she made her fatal plunge? Perhaps, for her ghost is believed to haunt the grounds where she lived and died, at the North Head Lighthouse near the fishing port of Ilwaco, Washington.
The life and tragic death of Mary Watson Pesonen in 1923 caught my attention during a summer trip to the southwest Washington Coast with my sister, Linda, and brother-in-law, Ted. Ilwaco lies near the base of a long spit of land on the north side of the immense mouth of the Columbia River, which forms the border between Washington and Oregon. The coastal waters are treacherous and the bar has dangerous currents and sand bars. The area is known as “the graveyard of the Read the rest of this entry »
Spotted over the BBC Radio 1 building, these unidentified flying objects have created quite the stir.
by FATE Staff
Strange lights have been appearing over the BBC 1 Radio building for over a week. The mysterious lights are starting to attract a large crowd during their appearances. Spectators are currently looking for an explanation, if anyone has one please contribute.
An exploration of the blending of the senses without the use of psychoactive hallucinogens.
Review by Fate Staff
New Page Books • by Maureen Seaberg
Synesthesia is the unique ability to link colors, sounds and shapes into a surreal sensory experience. Basically, certain letters, sound and smells are experienced as swirling symphonies of color depending on the individual.
To be clear, synesthesia is not a handicap or a dysfunction, but the loss of inhibition in distinguishing between the senses. The condition is rare and most people can’t experience synesthesia without psychoactive hallucinogens. So for those of us left wanting, we have lifelong synesthete and New York Times journalist Maureen Seaberg to take us on a journey thru her eyes and ears.
Seaberg describes her own personal experiences of growing up trying to understand a visual sensation that few understood. And while her personal story is the Read the rest of this entry »
First hand account of the mysterious Men in Black excerpted from Nick Redfern’s forthcoming book.
by Nick Redfern
Raven Meindel, a cryptozoologist, writer, radio host, and Wiccan priestess who resides in Michigan and, in 2010, was featured on the History Channel’s Monster Quest series pursuing bloodthirsty werewolves, says, “I’ve been interested in paranormal things and UFOs for years, but when I got involved in doing it more seriously, with research and writing, and in a career-like manner, that’s when really strange things started to happen, including a Men in Black experience in April 2008.” Read the rest of this entry »
Biological Warfare and Animal Die Offs— Is There a Connection?
by Nick Redfern
An issue that has not been addressed at length, however, is that relative to concerns that elements of the government may have with respect to these events. Is there official, behind-the-scenes worry about what is presently afoot? Very possibly.
And I say “very possibly” because Read the rest of this entry »
The power of the mind influences the way that we perceive reality and therefore remember it.
by Robert A. Goerman
Eyewitness testimony is a common form of evidence in law and the legal system has mechanisms to test witness evidence for reliability or credibility. Examples of approaches to testing and assessment include the use of questioning, evidence of corroborating witnesses, documents, photographs or video and forensic evidence.
This testimonial evidence is sometimes also described as anecdotal evidence.
In science, anecdotal evidence is defined as casual and non-scientific observations which do not provide proof but may assist research efforts.
The formal study of eyewitness memory is usually undertaken within the broader category of cognitive processes. Cognitive processes refer to Read the rest of this entry »
Wednesday’s show is about past life regression with guest Julia Ingram.
Julia received her master’s degree in counseling psychology from Read the rest of this entry »
A satisfying journey that leaves the reader hungry for more.
Review by Fate Staff
“The Poltergeist Phenomenon” by Michael Clarkson
New Page Books (NJ) 2011, softcover, 255 pages
The Poltergeist Phenomenon is not the usual fare: families terrorized by flying rocks, loud noises, crashing housewares, and other hallmarks of the poltergeist experience. Here you will find ley lines, zero point energy and epileptic teenagers at the center of these disturbances. Pulitzer Prize nominated author and Princeton alum Michael Clarkson, expertly deconstructs poltergeists and their origins. His time working on police investigations and being the author of several books on psychology prepared him for the in-depth analysis of this subject matter.
Clarkson presents the theory that psychokinesis, n Read the rest of this entry »
In this issue: Private Session with MAX the Crystal Skull, Field Testing of New Portals Equipment at Three Chimneys B&B in New Hampshire, New Mexico Research, and New Book on Haunted Salem.
by Rosemary Ellen Guiley
I Finally Meet an Ancient Crystal Skull
Wow, was April a fantastic and busy month! It’s often hard for me to pick a favorite from the variety of my activities, but this time I do have to vote for my experience with the famous crystal skull, Max. My good friends, Jayne and Chuck Feldman, who live in Maryland, host Max and his guardian, JoAnn Parks of Houston, every year for a day of Read the rest of this entry »
My Proof of Survival about friendship beyond the grave.
by Don M. Johnson
Dr. Lora G. Anderson was my best friend and metaphysical cohort. For nearly twenty years, I stepped outside of my profession of architecture and managed our mutual business in Lewiston, Idaho. In the early 1980s we moved to Southern California and affiliated with a metaphysical church in Woodland Hills—The Sanctuary of Revelations, Inc. Dr. Barry Lane, founder and current minister of the Sanctuary, is an enlightened teacher, as well as a psychic and trance medium. Read the rest of this entry »
A recent release from Galde Press, Penny’s Tale is a novel about how adoption personally affects children in the system.
by Mary Jo Mosher
Penny’s Tale is a story about a child’s psychological suffering at the hands of negligent adults, her subsequent adoption at age ten, her ongoing search for her birth parents, and her tenacious push for release of her birth records. The story is told from Penny’s point of view.
The fortunate children born of dysfunctional relationships are given up as babies and placed in loving, secure homes. The unfortunate children are the older ones who end up in orphanages or foster homes and never experience permanency in their lives. Some become delinquents; others become psychologically damaged and can’t function well in society. Adoptive homes are scarce for the older child. Read the rest of this entry »
A collection of reports regarding ghosts, phantoms and Bigfoot wearing distinctly patterned clothing.
by Robert A. Goerman
|For me, the very essence of the strange and unknown boils down to encounters between man and mystery, without the baggage of belief. Some of us have seen the windmill blink. We will never be the same.
As if ghosts, bedroom phantoms, enigmatic visitors, and Bigfoot were not weird enough on their own, what are we to make of encounters where these same anomalies dress in plaid or checkered fabrics? We define plaid or checkered here as any fabric with stripes or bars of various colors and widths that cross at right angles. A true plaid has the same pattern when you rotate it ninety degrees.
Try plugging the word “ghost” along with “plaid shirt” or Read the rest of this entry »
One of the wold’s oldest religions is now one of the fastest growing movements in America. Why are the Wiccans finally coming out of the broom closet?
by Janet Brennan
The name of the coven is the Iseum of Hidden Mysteries, but nothing looks mysterious about the antique red farmhouse that is its headquarters.
As I enter through the back door, I’m warmly greeted by coven leaders Julie and Lawrence, an ordinary-looking married couple. I instantly feel at ease as their gentle hound strolls over for a pat and a black-velvet kitten scampers after a shoelace. But this Sunday afternoon promises to be far from ordinary for me, for I am attending my first pagan ritual, performed by a coven of witches.
The word pagan means “country-dweller” — an appropriate description for Julie and Lawrence, who live in the thick pine woods 30 miles from the coast of Maine. They are members of The Fellowship of Isis, a pagan church with about 14,000 members worldwide who focus their worship on Egyptian deities. But while Julie feels an affinity for Egypt, she actually considers herself Read the rest of this entry »
The Supernatural Investigative Group of Minnesota and Bobby Sullivan will be attending to educate the public on ghosts.
There are upcoming lectures in the next few weeks with Michael Cremo, the author of Forbidden Archeology: the Hidden History of the Human Race.
Saturday April 30, 2011 1:00 pm Truth Event Powerpoint Lecture on Forbidden Archeology Read the rest of this entry »
1 year GREEN E-Subscription
“Thank you for the PDFs of FATE! They’re perfect for reading on my ipad.” – Sheri S, Suffolk, VA
Technology progresses and transforms and, as it does, FATE magazine adjusts to keep up with the times. Did you know that FATE and certain Galde Press books are not only available in hard copy but as E-issues as well? These easy to read PDFs can be printed out, read on your computer or even downloaded to the iPad and Kindle! Read the rest of this entry »
FATE gets the scoop from Zecharia Sitchin modern day linguist and biblical scholar.
by Phyllis Galde
Zecharia Sitchin, an eminent Orientalist and biblical scholar, was born in 1922 in Baku, Azerbaijan, then a part of the USSR, and was raised in Palestine. There, he acquired a profound knowledge of modern and ancient Hebrew, other Semitic and European languages, the Old Testament, and the history and archaeology of the Near East. A graduate of the University of London with a degree in economic history, he worked as a journalist and editor in Israel for many years prior to undertaking his life’s work: The Earth Chronicles.
One of the few scholars able to read the clay tablets and interpret ancient Sumerian and Akkadian, Sitchin based the ten volumes of The Earth Chronicles series, beginning with Read the rest of this entry »
FATE Magazine picks the brain of a Midwest grown ghost hunting group.
by Christine Goodrich
Name of Group: Supernatural Investigators of Minnesota (SIM)
Date Formed: 03/13/2010, Founded by Jerry Ayres
Names of Members Jerry Ayres, Mae Kelley, Stephanie Ayres, Katie Sonmor, Kacie Ayres, George Donaldson, Andrew Jaffe
Contact Information: 612.703.9399 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Describe the members of your team. What are their areas of expertise?
Our team is made up of seven members, and all have full-time careers outside of ghost hunting. The SIM Crew is made up of a variety of people from all walks of life. We have several who are sensitive to paranormal activity, a couple who are skeptics and we also have a psychic on board.
What makes your group different from other groups?
Supernatural Investigators of Minnesota strives to acquire Read the rest of this entry »
by FATE Staff
Founded by Elizabeth Pepper back in 1971, The Witches Almanac has been prognosticating long term weather forecasts, horoscopes and their annual moon calendar non-stop. This year’s addition is specifically dedicated to the stones and the powers of the Earth by its witchy authors. Every page is full of magical drawings that evoke a sense of literature from days gone by.
While the almanac is an indispensible tool for any Wiccan needing to fill important dates from Samhain Read the rest of this entry »
An excerpt from the forthcoming novel Atomic Sunrise.
by Raymond Buckland
The heavily-laden, four-engine bomber droned on through the late afternoon sky, its four-bladed propellers cutting a path high above the Pacific Ocean toward its destination. On board, the emotionless navigator checked and re-checked his calculations, assuring himself that he had the craft on course. In the tail and in the upper and lower turrets, three pairs of eyes scanned the skies for any signs of enemy interceptors. All was clear.
The pilot and co-pilot perused their instruments, conscious of the fact that they were now less than an hour away from the all-important target. The flight engineer checked the engines and gear, making sure that the flying battleship would be a solid, smooth platform for the launching of the bomb. At a speed of four-and-a-half miles a minute, the bomb had to drop from a height of more than five miles and come within Read the rest of this entry »
My Proof of Survival: The Bloody Hand Print and South Minneapolis
by Warren Brewer
My mother died in 1965 of lung cancer. About a year later, my father died of a heart attack. A month or so after my father’s death, a neighbor came through the back door for a visit. She asked me who the man in the bedroom was. But there was no one in the bedroom.
Several times while leaving or arriving at the house, a large man’s figure was seen moving in front of the window. Searches of the house were relentless, but there was no man in the house.
Then one night, I was going up the front steps of the house with my fiancée when a loud slapping sound was heard. My fiancée screamed Read the rest of this entry »
An excerpt from Paranormal Mysteries of Eurasia.
Chapter 10: Russia’s Time Machine
by Paul Stonehill
Russian scientists have been experimenting with a machine that can physically alter time. Vadim Alexandrovich Chernobrov sent me the materials I used for writing this article. He and his colleagues have created a time machine that, although still limited, has enormous potential—and enormous dangers.
Chernobrov graduated from the Moscow Aviation Institute, where he studied at the Department of Astronautics and Automatic Flying Craft. His degree work and research thesis involved a project dealing with a promising space transport system (containing an unusual electromagnetic engine)—which can be transformed into a time machine. Besides his main work at the Moscow Aviation Institute, Chernobrov is also a science editor and a columnist for several Russian newspapers, including the prominent Rossiyskiye Novosti. He is also an engineer responsible for Read the rest of this entry »