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Psychic detective work (my work and TV detectives)

Posted in missing and crime readings, murdered spirits, my articles, price list, psychic finds, psychic hits, remote viewing, TV psychics on July 20, 2017 by Psychic eevee

Psychic detective work is what I want to specialise in and I have helped the police before in another country simply by looking at a photo of an alleyway ,while working on that case I then had the mark of a dice appear on my face that it turned out was meaningful to the investigation, I can’t say I “solved” the case and that is not my mission, although it would be great if I could.

I knew about the Suffolk murders ten days before the public did,I noted lots of info that proved to be correct and even drew the murderer .

Last year I led police to some bones and gave them a map and a list of names and info of a 25 year old cold case, (i was at home reading about the case and had a sudden urge to draw a map,i marked an area on it,when we got there: its somehwhere i was photographing for my urb ex photography..i stepped back to get a long shot and twisted my ankle on some bones,in the exact spot i marked,i also got very relevant evps there)I doubt they will update me,the trouble with police in this country is that they hardly ever use psychics and if they do they don’t want the psychics stealing their “glory” which is quite pathetic really,when most psychics with any integrity do not even want any “glory” in the first place…and certainly do not want paying,I do not charge for those kind of readings.

I do a lot of murder/missing work but unfortunately have to keep it on my private Facebook page,I use various methods from remote viewing,the oracle cards I invented, psychometry, evps at the scene, spirit box,dice reading, pendulum,dreams etc

My evps and spirit box recordings come up with things that research later proves to be correct.

There is a missing person case that has been going on for over a year where the family has rather rudely stated “no psychics” which is of course their choice ,but the millions spent by the police so far and not as scrap of evidence found so far,could have been solved a year ago had a good psychic been involved,I understand families like that not wanting to be inundated with everyone and their dog who think they are psychic but the police DO know of good ones !

I have in depth gone into that case and all my work is dated and stored on my private Facebook,IF and when the case is solved and any of my work proves to be accurate I will move it her,but then I will have to live with psychics guilt,that I knew…but there was nothing I could do !

Most of my work lately though is about rock stars,I have explained previously why that is though.
Should the police use psychics ?

Yes,I believe they should,they should get the opinion of one at the start of a case,but only one who has a proven track record.They can be a good tool and I believe that they are simply another investigation method in line with a sniffer dog,police have no problem using those.

I watch as many psychic detective programmes as I can, the one titled “psychic detectives” is probably the best but I have also been watching “haunting evidence”

I am unsure on that one and sadly there is a lot of bad press about it when you look it up,but is it true bad press or just jealousy ? I don’t know..I need to do more research, anyway the reason I mention it is because I was watching one episode about a young man called “Anthony ” and within five minutes I was yelling at the TV that they had it wrong…

Maybe I have it wrong but I had very strong feelings (and this is the issue,no two psychics will pick up exactly the same thing)

But :

They stated he was “playing through pictures of his life in his head” 

“He was very upset,he had fallen out with a friend and wanted to sort it out with them but it was too late at night”

“He was a decent,sensitive guy”

“He told his family his car had steering troubles”

“They see him veer off into another lane”

“I see him taking tablets while driving”

And here is what sealed it for me….

One of the psychics was handed a coat belonging to the missing man and he was shocked to find in the pocket : pages of printed directions to LAKES ! And it was not mentioned that he was a fisherman

What I saw straight off was that it was sadly a suicide ,hence him playing pictures of his life in his head,he was very sensitive and I think possibly he had undiagnosed borderline personality disorder that he kept secret so the falling out with his friend and not being able to make up with him immediately pushed him over the edge, he had already been considering suicide though,hence why he made up a story about his car steering, he didn’t want his family to know the truth, he thought it would be easier for them to cope with if they thought it was an accident,he veered into another lane to go into the water on purpose, not due to steering issues,yes he was a bit drunk as he needed the courage to go through with it and he was hoping a drink driving accident would be blamed,the tablets were not just anti biotics his family said he was on at the time, he had printed the pictures of the lakes because he had to decide which one to use,I did think it wasn’t the one they concentrated on in the programme,I felt it was shallower water because like most people who attempt suicide he had sort of hoped he may be stopped or it may not have killed him”

So imagine my surprise when I just now looked on YouTube to try and find the episode to post and found this

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Don’t go there

Posted in bad investigators, dont go there, locations that get disrespected, murdered spirits, my articles, paranormal, spirit rescue, TV psychics, TV shows, urb exing on October 19, 2016 by Psychic eevee

There are some locations that I think paranormal investigators need to stop using as thrill seeking adventure locations,I shall choose two places off the top of my head

Clophill church ruins in UK:

Yes I’ve been there, yes I did get evidence, in fact a clear apparition of a “monk” in white standing in the ruins during the day ,but I would not go there at night,not because I am scared,far from it,I’ve been to much scarier places, but because the location has become ridiculously disrespected by very amateur ghost hunters ,the kind that think “most haunted” know what they are doing ! 

The location gets full with teenagers drinking and acting like idiots,

In my opinion the whole place needs closing off and only open to people with relatives buried there,

Long story short but in the 70s bodies were dug up and used for black magic, a woman’s head was found stuck to a fence, because of that all the bodies had to be exhumed and reburied on the edges of the graveyard, do you not think those spirits are not already in distress ? So leave them alone !

Its got so bad that the place is shut off at Halloween and even year round the police get called out,I was there during the day with mature people and the police turned up,I was not even investigating, I was there to do my dereliction photography !

Its down a small lane with a few houses near it,the people who live there understandably are fed up with it,one local even admitted to projecting images of monks onto the ruin walls to try and scare people off,unfortunately it had the opposite effect.

It is seen as a satanic location because the church is the wrong way round and stories about the devil picking the church up abound,just like another church in the area where the church is in two parts, apparently the devil being angry tried to pick the church up and dropped it ,typical urban legend stuff.

Now is the time to leave well alone

Another location that makes me angry is the villisca ax murders house in America, where a group of children met a horrific end,why then is it literally a museum of their death ? Why do they let people in there to investigate ? (Money ? I’m not sure)

But I read this article and it made me fume,100 years later and the spirit children are distraught,listen to the evps etc

I am not OK with spirit children being used as entertainment !! They need moving on,someone needs to go in there and do a spirit rescue, not leave those poor children forever trapped just to entertain people !! Articles about the location say things like “you hear them in torment, reliving the night they died” ….just NO !!! let them go.

That is why I do a rescue if I ever come across spirit children and I certainly don’t go out of my way looking for them, I would never investigate old mental asylums either, where spirits who were already tormented in life are tormented all over again for entertainment, its not entertaining and its not amusing, but then you find that a lot of these locations are kept open for ghost “tours” which I have a huge problem with (but that’s another blog) and are not run by serious investigators, just people in it to make money *insert angry face here*

Yes I would photograph a derelict asylum for my urb ex photography, but I would not be running around yelling at spirits to “do something then” and other disrespectful things,my urb ex is a whole different thing and I do it as a way of documenting some beautiful old buildings.

But as for the villisca house and others like it,close it down !! Move the spirits on,would you not want someone to do the same for you if you were a “tormented spirit” who met a terrifying death ? Or would you be Happy with people paying x amount of money to trample through your old home expecting you to “perform” and relive your murder over and over again !

“Oh isn’t it amazing how you can still hear the villisca children crying a hundred years later” say some “ghost hunters” ERM ,no !! Its not amazing,those children spirits are crying out for help ,HELP THEM ,surely that’s more rewarding than any evp ?

And people wonder why they end up taking something home with them from these places, in my opinion these spirits are being used as something akin to a Victorian “freak show” that was disgusting then and even more disgusting these days.

Yes the villisca house could be bulldozed but people would still go there ,if it were just a patch of land left it would still be haunted, a new building in its place would still be haunted ,that’s why spirit rescue is vital.

Zac Bagans of “ghost adventures” bought a famous demonic infested house in America to make a documentary, apparently it was so terrifying the project was abandoned and the house bulldozed,well Mr bagans,you of all people should know that won’t make much difference *bangs head on wall*

So,when it comes to the paranormal “don’t go there” can be a very appropriate thing to say/do

See,this is what I mean ….disgraceful ūüė¶
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Weird coincidence with captured spy

Posted in coincidences, TV psychics on March 31, 2016 by Psychic eevee

This is will admit was a bit creepy
I got one of those junk mail letters from a psychic promising me riches, immediately I saw his name it reminded me of one of my paranormal cases at the derelict airbase (near Ramsey)
A spy had been caught at the airbase and executed later,he had the same name as this psychic although spelt slightly differently.
And the letter states that the psychic is from the Netherlands just as the pilot was.
Yes it could be that it is a common name there but what really spooked me out is the psychic, how creepy looking is he ? As if I would trust him !there is something very off about him,could he of used a more menacing photo ?
And if he truly was psychic he would know I never fall for those promising riches letters.



What is with his yellow eyes !! *shuddering*
Seriously does he think he is going to get any clients ?

Here is the info regarding the spy who was captured locally (info from wikipedia)

Josef Jakobs

This article is about the Second World War spy. For the First World War flying ace, seeJosef Jacobs.

Josef JakobsBorn30 June 1898

LuxembourgDied15 August 1941 (aged 43)

Tower of LondonEnglandCause of deathExecuted by a military firing squadResting placeSt Mary‚Äôs Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kensal GreenLondonOccupationSpyCriminal chargeSection 1 of the Treachery Act 1940Criminal penaltyDeathAllegiance Nazi GermanyMotiveEspionage

Josef Jakobs (30 June 1898 ‚Äď 15 August 1941) was a German spy and the last person to be executed at the Tower of London.[1] He was captured shortly after parachuting into the United Kingdom during the Second World War. Convicted of espionage under the Treachery Act 1940, Jakobs was shot by a military firing squad. He was not hanged because he was captured as an enemy combatant and not by the civilian police service.


Early lifeCapture and interrogationMilitary trial and executionReferencesExternal links

Early lifeEdit

Jakobs, who was a German citizen, was born in Luxembourg in 1898. During theFirst World War, he served in the German infantry, rising to the rank of Leutnant, in the 4th Foot Guards. In June 1940, ten months after the outbreak of the Second World War, Jakobs was drafted into the Wehrmacht as an Oberleutnant. However, when it was discovered that he had been imprisoned in a Swiss prison from 1934-37 for selling counterfeit gold, he was forced to resign his commission in the Wehrmacht.[2] Jakobs was demoted to a feldwebel (NCO) and placed in the Meteorologischen Dienst (meteorological service) of the Heer. Shortly afterwards, he also began working for the Abwehr, the intelligence department of the German Army.

Capture and interrogationEdit

On 31 January 1941, Jakobs was flown from Schiphol Airport in the Netherlandsto Ramsey in Huntingdonshire. He parachuted from the aircraft and landed in a field near Dove House Farm, but broke his ankle during the process. The following morning, Jakobs attracted the attention of two farmers, Charles Baldock and Harry Coulson, by firing his pistol into the air.[2] Baldock and Coulson notified members of the local Home Guard who quickly apprehended Jakobs.[2] He was caught still wearing his flying suit and carrying ¬£500 in British currency, forged identity papers, a radio transmitter, and a German sausage.[1]

Jakobs was taken to Ramsey Police Station before being transferred to Cannon Row Police Station in London, where he gave a voluntary statement to Major T.A. Robertson of MI5.[2] Due to the poor condition of his ankle, Jakobs was transferred to Brixton Prison Infirmary for the night. The following day he was briefly interrogated by Lieutenant Colonel Stephens of MI5 at Camp 020 before being transferred to Dulwich Hospital where he remained for the next two months.[2]

Military trial and executionEdit

Jakobs’ court martial took place in front of a military tribunal at Duke of York’s Headquarters in Chelsea, London SW3, on 4‚Äď5 August 1941. The trial held wasin camera because the German agent had been apprehended in a highly classified intelligence operation known as the Double Cross System. The British were aware that Jakobs was coming because his arrival information had been passed on to MI5 by the Welsh nationalist and Abwehr double agent Arthur Owens.[3] After a two-day trial which involved hearing the testimony of eight witnesses, Jakobs was found guilty of spying and sentenced to death.[4]

Jakobs’s execution took place at the miniature rifle range in the grounds of theTower of London on 15 August 1941. He was seated blindfolded in a brownWindsor chair, due to his broken ankle. Eight soldiers from the Holding battalion of the Scots Guards, armed with .303 Lee‚ÄďEnfields, took aim at a white cotton target (the approximate size of a matchbook) pinned over Jakobs’ heart. The squad fired in unison at 7:12 a.m. after being given a silent signal from Lieutenant-Colonel C.R. Gerard (Deputy Provost Marshal for London District). Jakobs died instantly. A subsequent postmortem examination found that one bullet had hit Jakobs in the head and the other seven had been on or around the marked target area.[5]

Following the execution, Jakobs’ body was buried in an unmarked grave at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic CemeteryKensal Green, London. The location used for Jakobs’ grave has since been re-used so the original grave site is difficult to find.[6]

All other German spies condemned to death in the UK during the Second World War were executed by hanging at HM Prison Wandsworth in South London. Jakobs was the last person to be executed at the Tower of London.

(Friday the 15th August 1941 at 7.15am.)

Josef Jakobs was the only spy to be executed in the Tower of London in the Second World War. At 8.20am on Saturday, 1 February, 1941, two farm-workers were walking across Dovehouse Farm, Ramsey Hollow, Huntingdonshire, when they heard what appeared to be three pistol shots. They found a man, Jakobs, lying on his back, covered by a camouflaged parachute – he had broken his leg. The man threw the weapon into a steel helmet, saying that he came from Hamburg and was in no war. But he had torn up a code and had buried an attache case under his body. The case contained a wireless transmitter that could work both short and long waves. Jakobs also had in his posses-sion a small torch with a flashing device, and a map that was marked in positions corresponding to the RAF aerodrome of Upwood and the satellite airfield of Warboys.
Jakob went before a court martial on 4-5 August, 1941, at the Duke of York Headquarters, Chelsea. He was found guilty and sentenced to death by shooting. He was executed in the Tower of London on 15 August, 1941.



The details in this section deal with the case of Josef Jakobs; the last person to be executed at the Tower of London. It is practically certain that Josef Jakobs will remain the last person executed at the Tower.

Court Members

Josef Jakobs’ courts-martial was convened by Lieutenant-General Sir Bertram N. Sergison-Brooke, KCVO, CB, CMG, DSO, commanding London District. The trial was held at Duke of Yorks HQ, Chelsea SW3, on 4th and 5th August 1941.

Major-General B.T. Wilson, CB, DSO.

Brig. F.A.M. Browning, DSO.
Col. E.W.S. Balfour, DSO, OBE, MC.
Lieu-Col. H.H. Cripps, DSO.
Maj. R.O.R. Kenyon-Slaney.

Waiting Members
Lieu-Col. E.D. Mackenzie, CMG, CVO, DSO.
Maj. R.C. Alexander.

C.L. Stirling, Esq, Deputy Judge Advocate General.

Maj. A. Marlowe, Judge Advocate General√Ę‚ā¨‚ĄĘs Office.

Capt. E.B.E. White, Barrister at Law.

Lieut. W.J. Thomas.

7653216 QMS. B.A. Balment, RAOC.

The Charge
Josef Jakobs was charged with “Committing treachery in that you at Ramsey in Huntingdonshire on the night of 31 January 1941/1 February 1941 descended by parachute with intent to help the enemy.”

Josef Jakobs pleaded not guilty to the charge.

As the trial was held during the war, the entire trial was conducted in camera.

The Witnesses

The 1st witness at the trial was Charles Baldock, who was signalled to by Jakobs firing his revolver in the air. Baldock went over to Jakobs who was lying on his back in the field at Dovehouse Farm, Ramsay Hollow. Baldock then sent his friend, who was walking with him, to fetch help while he remained with Jakobs. When cross-examined by the accused, Baldock stated that Jakobs was unable to move due to his injured leg.

The 2nd witness was Harry Coulson, who was walking with Charles Baldock when they were alerted by Jakobs shooting in the air. He then left Baldock with Jakobs, while he went to summon help from the local Home Guard.

The 3rd witness was James Harry Godfrey who was a farm labourer, and a member of the Ramsay Platoon Home Guard. When he was summoned by Coulson, he telephoned Ramsay Police Station. He then went with his commanding office, and Coulson, to the field at Dovehouse Farm. After binding Jakobs damaged right leg, he then search Jakobs with his commanding officer (Captain Newton), and his second-in-command (Lieutenant Curedale). They found between £400 and £500 in £1 notes. He also confirmed finding an attach case (exhibit 6), a flying suit (exhibit 7) and a wallet (exhibit 8).

The 4th witness was Captain William Henry Newton, who was the Office Commanding Ramsay Company, Home Guard. He confirmed that he had been telephone by Ramsay Police, and then went to Dovehouse Farm, where Jakobs was lying on the ground in civilian clothes under his flying suit (exhibit 7). When asked by Newton who he was, Jakobs stated that he had flown solo from Luxembourg. Jakobs was then taken by a horse and cart to Ramsay Police Station, where he was handed over to the police. At the Police Station, in Newtons presence, Jakobs opened his attach case (exhibit 6) which contained a wireless set, headphones, batteries, insulating wire and some sheets of paper.

The 5th witness was Sergeant Ernest Pottle, who was an Acting-Sergeant in the Huntingdonshire County Constabulary at Ramsay. He explained that he had received a telephone call, and had gone to Dovehouse Farm. He had then travelled back with Jakobs, and the Home Guard, to the Police Station at Ramsay.

The 6th witness was Detective Sergeant Thomas Oliver Mills, Huntingdonshire County Constabulary, based at Huntingdon. He met Jakobs at Ramsay Police Station. He examined a map (exhibit 9) found with Jakobs, and he noticed that there were pencil marks on the map near a large R.A.F Station, and a satellite R.A.F Station. Both these R.A.F stations were near where Jakobs had landed in the field at Dovehouse Farm. Later on, Det. Sgt. Mills conveyed Jakobs to New Scotland Yard in London, where he was handed over to Major Robinson and Mr. Marriott.

The 7th witness was John Hayes Marriott, who was a civil Assistant attached to the General Staff of the War Office. He confirmed receiving Jakobs from Mills, together with the items (exhibits 2-15 and exhibit 18) found with Jakobs. He then handed these items over to Lieutenant-Colonel Hinchley Cooke. He also confirmed that the wireless found with Jakobs was capable of transmitting from England to the continent.

The 8th witness was Lieutenant-Colonel William Edward Hinchley Cooke, OBE, who was on the General Staff of the War Office. He confirmed receiving the items from Mr. Marriott.

On 18 June 1941, he questioned Jakobs at New Scotland Yard. Jakobs provided a statement in response to Cookes questions (exhibit 17). On 24 July 1941, at 6.20pm, at Wandsworth Prison, Cooke charged Jakobs under section 1 of the Treachery Act 1940. Cooke, who spoke German, explained to Jakobs the legal procedure that would now follow. He also explained that an interpreter and a legal representative would be provided for Jakobs use at the courts-martial. Jakobs then asked if he would be shot or hanged if found guilty at his trial. Cooke replied that he would be shot, as the trial was being conducted by a military court. Jakobs replied that the others had been hanged. Cooke confirmed this, stating that because their trials had been conducted by civilian courts, they had received the normal civilian sentence.

In his statement to Hinchley Cooke, Jakobs stated that he was born in Luxembourg on 30 June 1898 of German parents. He served in the 4th Foot Guards during World War One from August 1914 to December 1914, when he was discharged for medical reasons. He then served from October 1916 until the end of the war in November 1918, as a Lieutenant in the 4th Foot Guards. He was initially called up in June 1940, but was quickly discharged as there were doubts raised about his civil status, as he had been imprisoned in Switzerland from 1935 to 1937. He admitted to being an officer in the Intelligence Section of the German General Staff. Jakobs went on to say that he had flown from Schipol Airport, Holland, and had parachuted during the night of 31 January-1 February 1941. He was the only passenger on the plane (which had a crew of five), and was intending to be dropped in the Peterborough area. He broke his right ankle, when he was getting out of the plane. He was dragged through the exit hole in the floor of the plane, bashing his right ankle on the side of the exit hole.

He further damaged his right leg on landing, and summoned help by firing shots into the air.

The courts-martial found that Jakobs was guilty, and he was sentenced to death by shooting. He petitioned the King, stating that he was a friend of England, and that he had come to this county to help her in her fight against Nazi Germany. He asked to be held until the end of the war, when he would then be able to prove his innocence of the charge.

Confirmation of Sentence

Following Jakobs conviction and sentencing, the Tower of London received a copy of the following letter:


To: The Constable of H.M. Tower of London. 13th August 1941.


I have the honour to acquaint you that JOSEF JAKOBS, an enemy alien, has been found guilty of an offence against the Treachery Act 1940 and has been sentenced to suffer death by being shot.

The said enemy alien has been attached to the Holding Battalion, Scots Guards for the purpose of punishment and the execution has been fixed to take place at H.M. Tower of London on Friday the 15th August 1941 at 7.15am.

Sgd. Sir Bertram N. Sergison-Brooke,

Lieutenant-General Commanding London District.

The Execution

Ten days later, Jakobs was taken to the old miniature .22 rifle range in the Tower’s grounds, where the First World War spies had been shot, and placed in a brown Windsor chair (due to his damaged right leg) and a white lint target was then pinned on his chest over his heart. At 7.12am on 15 August 1941, an eight-man firing squad composed from members of The Holding Battalion, Scots Guards, shot Joseph Jakobs. The execution was witnessed by Lieutenant-Colonel C.R. Gerard, the Deputy Provost Marshal for the London District.

Later that day, a post-mortem was performed by Bernard Spilsbury. One shot had hit Jakobs in the head, the other seven had been around the target area. An inquest held that afternoon decided that Jakobs had died of “Injuries to the heart caused by the passage of bullets”, and the inquest verdict was “Execution of judicial sentence of death in accordance with military law”. Jakobs was then taken from The Tower of London, and was buried in a civilian grave at St. Marys Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kensal Green, Northwest London. The grave was not marked, and the area used for Jakob’s grave has since been re-used.

It is almost certain that Josef Jakobs will be the last person to be executed at the Tower of London. All the other people convicted and executed under the Treachery Act 1940, and the High Treason Act 1351, were hanged at either Wandsworth or Pentonville Prisons.

The Exhibits
The follow table shows the list of exhibits at Jakob’s courts-martial.
1 Attorney-Generals Fiat allowing Jakobs to be tried under section one of the Treachery Act 1940.
2 Revolver.
3 Box of Ammunition.
4 Steel Helmet.
5 Parachute.
6 Attach case containing a wireless set.
7 Flying suit.
8 Wallet.
9 Map.
10 Ration Book (blank).
11 Registration Card (blank).
12 Registration Card (Completed).
13 Pieces of Torn Paper constituting a code wheel.
14 Hand Spade.
15 Torch.
16 Photostat copy of torn fragments constituting exhibit 13.
17 Statement by Jakobs to Cooke.
18 498 in £1 English Notes.
19 Statement by Jakobs to Major Robinson.


From “Shot in the Tower” by Leonard Sellers
pubished by Leo Cooper London ISBN 0 085052 553.5

From this web site

Many thanks go to Les Hunt and Tony Saint for the information





The map of our local area he was carrying


The chair he was executed in ,it is still at the Tower of London



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Posted in aliens and UFOs, betty, coincidences, scole experiment, TV psychics with tags , , , , on November 6, 2012 by Psychic eevee

I cannot say too much about it because it is a private case but I have been friends with a fellow paranornal investigator called Betty for about 8 years, we met on the net and she lives in America, over the past week we have been messaging each other about a case she is dealing with

at the exact time I wrote the blog about VISITATIONS last night she sent me a link to a video about the famous UK “Scole experiment” and said there was mention of aliens in it

there was also a weird thing going on with her not being able to access my visitations blog although it had been set to public and sure enough I had trouble too,even though this is my blog


you can see here where she said she could not get onto this blog


you can see here where she messaged me about the “Scole experiment ” with a mention about aliens, cross posted with my blog

to read about the Scole experiment

click here


stranger still is this : today I got one of the paranormal type magazines that I get and what do I see ..a mention of the “Scole experiment”


and a story with the title ” woooohhhh Betty” ¬† !!! I think this is in regard to her saying in a message to me that she

felt we were on to something,


this is not the first time that we have had strange happenings together from different countries, we have even had the same dreams, Betty is one of the people I would describe as being in my “soul group” a soul group is a group of friends or family who have always been together through most of their previous incarnations

then something else odd happened, I opened some emails belatedly to find that Carla Baron is following my “twitter ” page, she is a famous medium in U.S who specialises in unsolved murders, I have watched her TV show quite a lot, and unsolved murder cases are what I would like to specialise in, I wonder why she is following little old me from England who is unknown apart from to readers of my blog, well whatever the reason, the reason could be to drop me a hint that I SHOULD still try and specialise in unsolved murder cases, I hope she enjoys my work



now I cannot view the video link that Betty sent me !! it is like something is trying to stop us from communicating, this has been happening for about a week, every time I need to review her evidence something like a migraine or a problem comes up….what the heck is going on ??


Posted in TV psychics on August 19, 2010 by Psychic eevee
I don’t need to explain too much about Derren Brown here but his show last night was fantabulous….”miracles for sale” showed him taking an ordinary man and training him in all the tricks used in faith healing, the idea being to see if he could pull it off in the bible belt area of Texas,
he did it, it was both amazing and sickening how easy it was for “Nathan” to come across as a pastor (in real life he is a scuba diver)
faith healers disgust me, they disgust many people especially Derren Brown hence why he felt the need to do this expose.
the tricks used by faith healers are utterly pathetic when you see how it is done, such as the infamous “growing of the leg” someone is told they have a limp because one leg is three inches shorter than the other and the faith healer merely pulls the back of the shoe to make it look like the leg is growing
how faith healers work is much like hypnotism, they wind their audience up into a state of frenzy using chants, fast music then slow music, when the audience are suggestible the faith healer strikes, when they pounce on people and roughly grab them (in the name of God) there is a burst of¬†adrenaline¬†in the person picked out,¬†adrenaline¬†is a natural pain killer hence why they feel no pain for a short while and claim they are “healed”
you never see faith healers healing anyone with total disability do you ?
the way they claim to make people see is easy, the people they pick are not totally blind and with the rush of adrenaline they are able to make shapes out with their very limited vision
faith healers make so much money that they should be hung and no offence but just HOW GULLIBLE are people who worship these healers as if they were God themselves ?
these healers then get on their private jets and go home with thousands of dollars in “donations”
when they are told the healing has not worked, they tell the “Patient” it is because they did not have enough faith” this drove a 13 year old girl to pour petrol on herself and commit suicide in one case !!!
healers have told people to trust God and throw away their medication, some of the people have then died !!
on the show last night Derren and the “pastor” met with an x pastor whose own daughter died because he put his faith in faith healing,¬†
there were a few moments where the fake pastor broke down in tears feeling bad that he was fooling people, but as he was told ,you need to do this to show the truth
a couple of times his cover was nearly blown which made for nail biting viewing
faith healers should be consigned to the pit of hell (if you believe in such a place) or at the very least, put in prison for a very long time

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bhaynes24053 wrote on Apr 27, ’11
I do believe that miracles can happen, but I have no use for the people who feel the need to charge. This should be a sign to most normal people to run the other way.I know a lady who was diagnosed with cancer. She had what they call laying on of hands done a couple of times and in the end her cancer had disappeared. The doctors deemed it a miracle. I worked with this lady for years so I knew her pretty good. She did not go to a faith healer, she just had the pastor and deacons of the church to do this.I do believe that person’s will plays a part in healing. Does that make any sense? It is a proven fact that the more positive the person is the better outcome they have a getting well. If a person is always pessimistic and down and out…they heal slow.

eeveefoo wrote on Apr 30, ’11

I do believe that miracles can happen, but I have no use for the people who feel the need to charge. This should be a sign to most normal people to run the other way.

I know a lady who was diagnosed with cancer. She had what they call laying on of hands done a couple of times and in the end her cancer had disappeared. The doctors deemed it a miracle. I worked with this lady for years so I knew her pretty good. She did not go to a faith healer, she just had the pastor and deacons of the church to do this.

I do believe that person’s will plays a part in healing. Does that make any sense? It is a proven fact that the more positive the person is the better outcome they have a getting well. If a person is always pessimistic and down and out…they heal slow.

I agree that peoples will can play a part yes but it is dangerous when people think they can simply rely on faith healing : (