Sunday, November 15, 2015


My deepest condolences to those who have suffered loss of a loved one in the Paris terrorize massacre and my sincere sympathy to those injured that night.

In the past couple of days I'm being asked about the victims of the recent terrorist killings in Paris. Will the spirits of the shooting victims transition with ease?, was how one person asked.

I do address this in my ebook, "How to Talk With Spirits" when asked by quite a few about the transition from body to spirit. This has been my experience as a medium. What I say to all, is pray for the spirit of those who had a sudden and often tragic, shocking death. Pray earnestly every day for the spirit to be a peace. Visualize the person (if you know her or him) in a white robe walking toward a brilliant warm sun until they merge or are evaporated into the sun. This can be a week long meditation. To the best of your ability, do not add your emotional grief or anger, or sorrow as that may effect the spirit from making the transition easily.

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• Do most of spirits cross over and just a few stay behind and if so, for how long do they stay with us, the living? Almost all spirits cross over within a short time after death especially deaths caused by age or a lingering illness. They welcomed death glad to be relieved from their pains and illnesses. In fact, elderly people go between the worlds, so to speak, for a few years before death. They stay on the other side during night as they nod off into a sleep state. They visit dead loved ones as though checking out where they are. When awake they will speak about their departed relatives and friends more often than usual.  When they do die and cross over it is easier for them to go.
After a sudden death such as a heart attack, stroke, accident or murder the spirit often lingers around earth a bit longer. They are as stunned as those left behind are, by the quick ejection from the body. They mourn their separation from life until they can accept the transition.
Suicide can bring a mixed transition. The spirit wants to rest from the chaos and pain of their life. When I communicate with the spirit of suicide victims there is remorse and much of the same emotional and mental pain continues. Their questions of why they are in pain and how can they get away from it remain unanswered in the spirit world. Then there is the guilt of the pain they left behind. There have been a few who found some rest soon after leaving, especially if they had a long, painful illness. My advice is to pray for the souls of your loved ones who found life too painful. To forgive them for leaving before a healing could be found. Your prayers will help them truly find the peace they sought while alive.

Thursday, November 12, 2015



Murder Plots, Black Panther Betrayal, Kidnapping and Rock n' Roll 




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Official Review: City of Redemption by June Ahern

 31 Oct 2015
[Following is the official review of "City of Redemption" by June Ahern.]

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4 out of 4 stars

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It’s every mother’s worst nightmare. Liz’s beautiful eight-year-old son is dead … and it’s her fault for delaying the investigation when he first went missing. The tragedy will destroy her already fragile marriage. She will be ostracized by her friends, pilloried in the newspapers, and rejected by her own mother. Eventually, she will leave her hometown of Glasgow, Scotland, and seek a new life in San Francisco, California. She will arrive during the Summer of Love.

Welcome to the opening chapters of City of Redemption. If you are a parent, I dare you to read without crying the chapter in which Patrick goes missing. Parent or not, come along for the ride if you want a story of grief, intrigue and friendship surrounded by sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll.

City of Redemption is primarily about Liz settling in to San Francisco, the new friends she finds, and how she ends up helping the Black Panthers with some of their more clandestine activities. But the tragedy with her son is never far from her mind. Liz’s grief is a presence with her throughout the novel. It makes her reserved with the people in her San Francisco commune, but this reserve also protects her in some ways from the more dangerous aspects of the scene.

Liz, by the way, is a relatable character. The author shows us her faults as a young mom … she is young, selfish, and a bit irresponsible, but also dedicated to her son and certainly not a monster. Later, we see her broken, then matured by the tragedy.

Her grief is handled realistically. It comes up at natural moments, such as during conversations, drug trips, and other moments of vulnerability. Liz is sometimes seen having a private cry, even as she remains a strong character, functional though fragile. Masterfully, the author does not reveal all at once the whole story about what actually happened to Liz’s son Patrick. The reader will have to wait until nearly the end of the story to find out all the details, filled in progressively through flashbacks, memories, and conversations with Liz’s friends. As in an Alfred Hitchcock movie, the worst of the horror always happens “off screen” – that is, shown indirectly by being related by a third person or being revealed after it is already over. This extremely raw subject of a kidnapped child is very tastefully handled.

Like the tragedy with Patrick, the events in San Francisco are tastefully handled. Violence usually (not always) takes place off-screen, and is described matter-of-factly, not luridly. There are several very sexy scenes, but with one exception, nothing graphic. The characters’ dangerous lifestyle choices are not glamorized. Period details are spot-on, from the clothes to the cars to the music.

Music plays a major role in City of Redemption. We hear it on the radio, in the car, and live at concerts. Anyone who loves the music of the 50s and 60s will enjoy this aspect of it. Often a line or two is printed in italics, so that readers can hear the song in their heads. Fittingly, the songs often strike Liz as speaking directly to her situation at that moment. At the end of the book is a list of all the songs used, with the group who recorded them and the year they came out. Among others, there are “Stand By Me,” “Paint It Black,” “Don’t You Want Somebody To Love?,” “Love Me Do,” “Soul Man,” “Eve of Destruction.”

I do have a few, very minor quibbles with the book. First of all, the style is rather spare for the genre of book. Even drug trips are described in a very matter-of-fact way. This is good in some ways … the reader never gets confused, even when Liz is. The plain style moves the action forward quickly, making the book a page-turner. However, in scenes where not a lot of action is happening, and in descriptions of Liz’s thoughts, the plain style can get a little monotonous. I felt that a richer style of writing could have brought out more the latent tense or poignant emotions in the book.

Nor does the style do justice to the beauty of San Francisco. There are a few scenes that take place on the beach, and often we see the characters traveling through the picturesque, high hills of San Francisco, but mostly we have to imagine this stuff, because it is not evocatively described for us. The focus is always on the action and the dialogue, somewhat to the detriment of the scene.

This very plain style of writing extends to the transitions into flashbacks. Usually it is pretty clear when a flashback is happening, but in one critical scene near the end, the transitions were inadequate and I, at least, was confused for a few minutes until I realized the narrative was giving a glimpse of the day before.

Despite these minor flaws, the book is poignant, tense, well-researched and well-plotted. I give City of Redemption four out of four stars.

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Sunday, November 1, 2015


The veil between the living world and the dead (spirit) world continues to stay open in the days following the Holy Eve or All Hallows or Halloween.

On this day, November 1st, Day of the Dead, loved ones and ancestors continue to be remembered in sacred rituals.  Below is a longer version of communicating and honoring your dead loved ones than I posted previously. 

Excerpt from Chapter Ten in my ebook, "How to Talk with Spirits: Seances, Mediums, Ghost Hunts" available on Amazon, Smashwords,  Barnes and Noble. Links below at end of article.

Hark! Hark to the wind! 'Tis the night, they say,
When all souls come back from the far away

The dead, forgotten this many a day!

– Virna Sheard, Poet –

All Hallows Eve or Halloween and November First, are sacred times for many throughout the world to honor the dead. The Celts and Mexicans honor their elderly, ancestors, and the dead with special rituals and celebrations on those days. The Catholic Church combined the pagan beliefs with their own to create a day to honor the saints on November first. 

Celtic pagans believed the veils between the two worlds of the living and dead thinned or dropped so spirits could walk the earth to visit their living relatives before crossing back over to the “underworld.” The spirits were not only our loved ones, but also all spirits who want to walk the earth, feel alive and connected to the living.

A more elaborate ritual than only a candle in the window: 

Before it is dark on Halloween and/or Day of the Dead get a photograph of the deceased you would like to visit; a pen, perhaps their favorite color; paper, flower and incense of your choice. Also gather white, black and orange candles (white for protection and clear visions, black for the mystical, spiritual unknown, and orange for the season’s color of renewal), a burning vessel (ashtray or cauldron,) matches for your incense and candles, a  full lipped glass or bowl of water (signifies the other world and also can be used to douse any fire mishaps,) a beverage, perhaps one the spirit liked, and a nice glass or cup to place the beverage and a sweet. The drink and sweet are a symbolic of hospitality for your visiting spirit guests. Optional items are a tablecloth or cloth on floor to lay the items above on and two chairs, one for you and one for your spirit to sit and visit. Set-up your items near a window. Or, you can simply light a white candle, and place it in a window along with a treats. Your spirits seeing the candlelight will recognize your home.

Peer into the water, relax and connect to the psychic mind. Perhaps an image will form or a memory will be recalled. Afterwards, invite your spirits to visit. Stay as long as you like, thinking of your loved ones, talking to them. If you hear, think or sense a message given, take note of it for later examination. Or you may dream about the spirits after your ritual (remember to snuff the candles and incense.) It's easier for them to communicate in this way. Once you lay out your items, light your incense and candles. Quiet yourself for a few minutes or longer, then say, “Only good can enter herein.” Perhaps add a prayer to the Divine to bring forth healing, loving energies and protect you from negative fearful thoughts and/or energies. After all it is Halloween and negative energies/entities also roam free along with your loved ones’ spirits. To the best of your ability, endeavor to be calm and peaceful.

When you feel relaxed, take up your pen and paper and list all those who have passed, and how they affected your life. I write a thank you to my departed loved ones for what they shared and fostered in my life, love, support, talents, and knowledge. To my ancestors, I acknowledge the blessings such as the abilities and skills passed down to help me to live fully. You can fold the paper and put it by the photographs. You can burn your message in your fire safe bowl. As the paper burns, it turns to rising smoke, symbolic for sending your thoughts to the mental psychic airwaves. It’s like ‘mailing your message.’ Or, fold and keep it overnight to burn later or bury or throw in a moving body of water. The ashes are also buried or thrown in water.

I keep my candles lit until bedtime before I snuff them out or extinguish them if I’m leaving the house. If perhaps you haven’t felt the presence of your loved one and would like to keep your candles burning all night you can place them in your bathtub. Make sure with nothing flammable, like a towel or washcloth, is within reach of the flames. 
You may get a message for another. If you do, share it. Spirit communication is often stronger with more than one person. Perhaps someone may want to join you.

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Saturday, October 31, 2015





Tonight the veils thin and the dead walk the earth. It can be a lovely time to invite our deceased loved ones to visit. Light a candle and place it in a window so they can easily find you. Perhaps leave them a treat and beverage they enjoyed while in body. I like to put a photo of each I'm inviting to visit tonight. 

When the ghosts come to visit, who you gonna call?


I am a ghost buster aka a spirit communicator. See The Haunted Bay videos of some ghost hunts.
This one was especially spooky to me.
this one I really enjoyed myself

This night is also called Samhain (pronounced SAH-win or SOW-in[1] is a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the "darker half" of the year. Traditionally, Samhain is celebrated from sunset on 31 October to sunset on 1 November, which is about halfway between the autumn equinox and the winter solstice.

As the nights grow dark early and we retreat to the comfort of our homes, it is said our dreams become more vivid and meaningful. Take note of your dreams tonight as the spirit of your dead family and friends often visit you through them.

Read more about spirits and how to communicate with them in my ebook, "How to Talk with Spirits: Seance, Mediums, Ghost Hunts" on Amazon and Smashwords. Links below. I have three other books you can review at
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Happy Thrilling Halloween! May it also be blessed with gentle, good spirits visiting.

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Sunday, October 25, 2015


How to find a psychic reader?

Finding a reputable, honest and gifted psychic reader isn't always easy. The best way can be recommendations if the reader fulfills your expectations and needs. Even when recommended ask the person about her or his experience and read my book "The Timeless Counselor" to learn how to query the psychic reader before making your appointment.For example ask the potential reader if you can record the session. The way she (he) is paid.

Finding a reader: If you know no one or do not wish anyone to know you want a psychic reading, there are other ways to find one as I write about in this book.

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Even though my name is spelt incorrectly: The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to... by jellybean85 » 17 Oct 2015, 4 out of 4 stars.

Psychic June Ahern gives readers tips on how to get a proper psychic reading in detail about everything a person needs to know before getting a psychic reading. What I liked most about Ahern’s book is how she emphasized the importance of research before going to a psychic; how to find a psychic, and why it’s important to call ahead and ask questions before making an appointment. Ahern offers a list of questions to ask the psychic about their procedures, resources on how to find psychics and delves into the different types of fortune telling used by psychics. Overall, it was a good book and Ahern opened my mind up about the world of psychics.

Ahern discusses the various fortune telling methods, how to find a psychic, and what to expect when you get a reading. Ahren uses her experience as a psychic to help others get the best psychic reading they deserve. What I loved most about the book is how she opens your eyes up to the world of psychics. Ahren debunks the myths about psychics and sheds light on what goes on at a reading, and why it’s important that people do their research before going to a psychic. Many people think you just visit a psychic and get a glimpse into your future. But thanks to Ahern, she debunks that theory and points out there’s much more to psychic readings. The important piece of advice she gives readers is that they play an important part in making their future predictions come true. Sure, the psychic sees the future, but unless the customer does something to help, then the prediction isn’t going to come to fruition. One example Ahern gives in the book is how she told a client they’d advance in their career, yet when the opportunity arose they didn’t do anything about it. Months later when they client came back they were upset with her prediction, but when Ahern questioned them about any job offers they realized they passed up their opportunity. 

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Friday, October 16, 2015



 To listen to this fun, eerie song on youtube click the link above or see link below.

I was a kid when this song came out and I really liked it then, as I do now. We'd stroll along in lines. What's the message in it? Like is the guy dead and strolling where?

I think they'd stroll the grounds seeking company, looking for loved ones. What do you think?

Graveyards - are they spooky to you? I like them in the light of day.  Daytime they are peaceful, pretty and a good place to have a restful walk. I visit graveyards all over,wherever I travel. Reading the headstones, wondering about the families. Just being there in spirit with the spirits.

A nighttime... oh boy!t Kinda spooky - but then night does that, right? Brings out our senses more - on alert!

If you go to a graveyard to conjure up a spirit or two, take a flashlight, take an ID in case the groundskeeper demands to know what you're up to? Like he won't know, right? Take a cell phone in case of an emergency, like some drunken big dude runs into you or .... a dead man strolling. 

 If you do want to visit a graveyard at night and do some ghost hunting check out my ebook, "How to Talk with Spirits: Seances, Mediums, Ghost Hunts" for more tips and ideas.

Chapter 10 in the book gives you a sacred sweet Halloween Ritual to honor your dead and hopefully connect with them. All Hallows Eve or Halloween and November First, are sacred times for many throughout the world to honor the dead. The Celts and Mexicans honor their elderly, ancestors, and the dead with special rituals and celebrations on those days.

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Do you believe spirits continue to connect with you? 

And some continue to stay around planet earth?  

 I do

Why do I know there is something to it? I've been around a lot of spooky places and contacted many, many spirits. I've know things about dead people I've never met and shared it with their living loved ones. And, I've been to the otherside.

Please see an interview with me about one person's experience on Youtube.

 How to Talk With Spirits: Seances, Mediums, Ghost Hunts (Amazon & more links below) chapter 10 gives you a lovely Halloween ritual to honor and hopefully communicate with your loved ones who have passed.

Chapter 10 Excerpt


Hark! Hark to the wind! 'Tis the night, they say,

When all souls come back from the far away

The dead, forgotten this many 
– Virna Sheard, Poet –

HALLOWEEN, A SPOOKY, good time and all for amusement, right? 

The night is much more than just for fun. All Hallows Eve or Halloween and November First, are sacred times for many throughout the world to honor the dead. The Celts and Mexicans honor their elderly, ancestors, and the dead with special rituals and celebrations on those days. The Catholic Church combined the pagan beliefs with their own to create a day to honor the saints on November first. 
Celtic pagans believed the veils between the two worlds of the living and dead thinned or dropped so spirits could walk the earth to visit their living relatives before crossing back over to the “underworld.” The spirits were not only our loved ones, but also all spirits who want to walk the earth, feel alive and connected to the living. During the spirits’ visit, spooky things happened, as you can imagine. The Celts disguised themselves to waylay troublesome or evil spirits so they wouldn’t recognize and haunt people. Tradition warned people, especially the elderly, the sick and the young, to stay safely hidden inside so they wouldn’t be grabbed and taken to the “underground.”   This is a good time to invite spirits you want to visit into your home.

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