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Gordon Smith

Gordon Smith, the author of Spirit Messenger and The Unbelievable Truth, is an astoundingly accurate medium who’s renowned for his ability to give exact names of people, places, and even streets. Gordon travels all around the world demonstrating his abilities, offering healing and comfort to thousands of people. His extraordinary skills have attracted the attention of university scientists researching psychic phenomena, as well as countless numbers of journalists and documentary producers.

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6 Truths And Misconceptions about Trance Mediumship
6 Truths And Misconceptions About Trance Mediumship My Accidental Trance Experience I was 11 years old when I had my first trance mediumship experience. We had been visiting my mother’s brother over... Comments
A ghost in a wood
What are Ghosts? Truths and Misconceptions about Ghosts and Spirits People have always been fascinated by ghosts, spirits and things that go bump in the night. Even children love the chill and suspense of a good ghost... Comments
a woman with her eyes closed
How Does Mediumship Work? A big part of the development I had to go through as a medium was getting to know my own mind, as I explain in detail in my book The Unbelievable... Comments

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Graham Hancock interview: Psychedelics, Consciousness & the Birth of Civilisation

Hay House UK's Michelle Pilley interviews bestelling author Graham Hancock about the role of psychedelics in the rise of civilisation 

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The Amazing Power of Animals
The Amazing Power of Animals

In this extraordinary book, Gordon tells these heart-wrenching stories, presenting some of the amazing encounters that people have had with animals in the spirit world and here on Earth as well, inclu

Life Changing Messages
Life Changing Messages

This gripping book is full of extraordinary personal accounts from a wide range of people, including many high-profile celebrities. They describe the profound and life-changing messages that have reas