As my Psychic Vision series grows, the emails, questions and personal experiences from readers continues to grows. It’s interesting how many of us have had experiences along this realm. It’s just as interesting to realize how the fascination with psychics and their various abilities continue to grab our attention. In Tuesday’s Child, Sam connects with a
killer’s victims…and then with him. In Hide’n Go Seek, Kali connects with violence to help her find people…particularly when a killer wants to test her abilities…and fail. With Maddy’s Floor, Maddy is a medical intuitive that can see the energy patterns in her patients…and the killer who is trying to kill them.
I’m currently revising book 4 in the series. In this story, Alexis is a transmitter…and receiver. I’ll leave it up to the reader’s imagination to see how that is going to play out! 🙂
Psychic abilities have long been a fascination for the public we’ve all been hooked on since kids with cartoons and superheros that grew into movies with XMen, Fantastic 4 and even the Harry Potter series. And of course TV shows like Medium.
Then there are millions of stories about famous psychics. We’re going to take a look at a few real life ones that inspired my books.
Edgar Cayce – This man was a pioneer in a field we’ve only come to understand more of since his death. In reality, he was a remove viewer. He had the ability to put his body to sleep (and some would call this a deep trance) and yet he could see things well beyond the physical world – and describe them while in this state. He touched on what appeared to be unlimited number of topics, including health, business, and especially world events. He predicted the endings of WW1 and WW2, the end of the Depression and several assassinations.
Ingo Swan – this man is also a remove viewer, with a successful history going back to the late sixties and early seventies. He has ties to the CIA and the Stanford Research Institute. In his case, he’d be given a target, usually a place or event in time. He could then send his consciousness to that location and give details of that location and events going on there. He was tested many times, and always beat the tests. He actually developed a process called CRV or Coordinate Remote Viewing. It is still used today and deals with giving only the coordinates of a specific location – in any time period. In such a way, he proved there is no limits to the past, present or future for the universal mind’s ability to perceive a target.
And no discussion on famous psychics is complete without mentioning – Michel de Nostredame. Nostradamus lived in the 1500s and both terrified and amazed people with his predictions. The one issue with his visions is that they have always been confusing. He would deliberately make his timeframes unclear. He prophesied mostly about Europe but also foretold about air and space travel, the Iraqi war, even various presidential assignations and the 9/11 tragedy. He died in 1556 and left behind a legacy of thousands of predictions for the rest of the world to wonder and ponder his visions.
For me, I can’t help but delve deeper into the fascinating world of ‘what if…’
If you are interested in finding out more about these people and others, check out http://www.psychic-experiences.com/, as the site was invaluable for helping me to write this article.
What about you – are there particular psychics that have always fascinated you? Or what about specific abilities? Or how about a vision or forecast that fascinates you? The end of the world Dec. 21, 2012, anyone??? Lol.