Saturday, January 31, 2015


Read more about me and my books, links to my ghost hunt Youtube videos at  june ahern dot com.

Is Telepathy the ability a psychic reader uses for a reading? Yes and no.

Many people have had simple ESP (Extra Sensory Perceptions) experiences, such as sharing the same thought at the same time with another. This is one example of telepathic abilities.

ESP - Known also as "psi" (psychic) guide our decisions when we are tuned into them, and helps to create our future events (Law of Attraction).

How? you might ask. 

Listen to my Internet radio show this Tuesday, 2/3/15 - 9:15 a.m. to 10 a.m. PST - link to site below.

Have you had an ESP experience you'd like greater insight to? Comment and I'll answer it on my radio show Tuesday 2/3/15 (see more below).

Tues 9:15-10 a.m. PST. Anything and Everything psychic on 'Healing Arts' Listen via Internet. Show archived later at readingsbyyereven.

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My novels: The Skye in June and City of Redemption about Scottish immigrants, mystery, struggles & more. My consumer's guide - ebook only "The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Successful Psychic Reading" is worth every cent. The newest to be released by 2/14/15 How to Talk to Spirits. Seances, Mediums, Ghost Hunts.  All books return to by 3/1/15 and first three at

Wednesday, January 28, 2015


My newest ebook about how to talk to spirits, ghost hunts, seances and my own work as a psychic/medium to be released at Smashwords and Amazon by February 9th, 2015.

I'll talk about on radio this Friday, January 30, 8:30 to 9:30 p.m PST - radio streams at this link. Scroll down a bit to the start, pause bottons. The Subjective Perspective Show at…

Have you had a ghostly encounter? Spoke with the spirit of a dead loved one? Or say, phooey, no such thing!? 

Please join in on the show to hear how common spirit communication is and in February buy the ebook at Smashwords or

Review my other books, two novels and a complete consumer's guide at june ahern dot com

Thank you.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014


Abracadabra!! The magic word to open doors!

Doors leading to riches - to a place and time where your wish, wants and dreams come true.

 Most have heard or even spoken abracadabra and think magic will happen. At this New Year time you can open new doors to create and manifest your magic - your dreams and visions (ritual below)

The word abracadabra has several thoughts of origin: Aramaic:  "I create as I speak"Avra kedabra" means "Creating as speaking" thought to be in reference to God creating the universe by speaking. Alternative spelling, avda K'Davarah - "I transgress as I speak." Other thoughts - from the Semitic languages and Hebrew [A]bracadabra as an abbreviated forms of the Hebrew words Ab (Father), Ben (Son) and Ruach A Cadsch (Holy Spirit). No one can say for sure. (more about abracadabra

What we do know, it's a fun, magical and powerful word. Experiment with it - say aloud three times, close your eyes to see what thoughts, visions, and/or feelings come to you.

It can be used in a New Year Vision and Ritual:

Gather paper and pen, a fire safe container, matches or lighter, a candle (color of your choice), an article you are willing to give or throw away and a place to sit undisturbed.

Start with making room for new.

Goodbye 2014! What do you wish to put aside, let go off, stamp done on? A way of thinking? Your thoughts? Or an action? An emotion hurting you? Maybe a person or thing.

Light your candle, and write make a list of what you are leaving behind (not taking into 2015.) Read your list aloud, "I willing release (read the list)" Now say, "Amen" or "So Mote it Be" (somewhat like amen, more as "That's the truth"), light your list from the candle and burn it in your fire safe container. Take the object you are giving or throwing away and say, "I release all and any unnecessary persons and things that does not constitute positive growth for me." Place it by the front door (to be gone soon) or in the garbage bin.

                                                             NEW BEGINNINGS

Now sit quietly in your space, breathe and relax, watch your candle flame flicker or close your eyes.
Image you are standing at a door, closed or slightly ajar. 

When you are ready, say aloud, "ABRACADABRA! OPEN!"

Imagine the door opens, step through it...imagine your dreams, wishes and visions manifest in front of your mind's eye. Do not discount what you see, do not judge or fear what you see - just for a moment, keep an open heart and mind.

When you are finished you may write what you saw, thought, felt and experienced, nothing is too small or big.

Snuff out the candle, within a few days take the ashes from your release list to bury or throw it in a moving body of water. Place the paper with what you experienced through the door where you can readily access throughout 1'5 as a reminder you are growing and changing to be more truly who you are.


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Tuesday, January 6, 2015 Yerevan and I will talk about the energy of 2015. internet radio.

Sunday, December 21, 2014


I like words. Words are powerful. They hold energy! 

Words magically create a vision, provoke an emotion and motivate a thought.

When I find a word of interest in a book or hearing it, I roll it around my tongue silently, trying it out, whisper it into a silent room raising my voice my voice until it's spoken aloud, and as mother always advised, 'Don't use a word if you do not know it's meaning or how to spell it." 

Jolly caught my attention a couple of years ago. Not that I didn't know it, just didn't use. Seemed so silly to say,  "I'm having such a JOLLY good time!" until I played with the word.

Silly, jolly ol' me giggling away in different languages and tones, "I'm having such a jolly good time!"

Jolly: Full of humor; exhibiting or occasioning happiness or mirth; cheerful! To amuse oneself with humorous banter.

A magical image of ho ho ho belly laugh, silly giggly kids...

Enjoyed the word so much I gave it to Liz MacKay, my main character in my novel, City of Redemption   (A Novel about when Flower Power Explodes into Fire Power)

Liz is a lonely young woman, hiding her sorrowful past. When asked why she came to San Francisco (during the Summer of Love) she quips, “I guess like all the rest that come to San Francisco…just tripping around.” 
“Ain't we all just tripping.” Toni waited a second before asking, “Nothing else interest you here?”
“Nope. Just a jolly good time!” Liz said with finality.

Seemed so right for the lying Scot to please her inquisitor.

Choose your words carefully when you are creating your future experiences, attracting relationships and fulfilling goals.

How you speak reflects your intent of purpose, your confidence and clarity of your creations. When writing and speaking affirmations, prayers and spells use words in a short sentence to show you are powerful and clear about your intentions. Say aloud three times each sentence to experience where the power is for you.
    "I'm becoming jolly."    or     "I am jolly!"  

Which held a greater sense of being in the present? 

More on words next blog as preparation for a New Year 2015.

Have a Jolly Good Holiday Time even for a moment of life.

My prayers each day go to all in our world living in sadness, fear and disharmony.

Sunday, December 7, 2014


City of Redemption, a Novel

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Flower power ignites into firepower when Liz MacKay, a lonely young woman, 

entangles herself in a treacherous plot and murder during the Summer of Love. 

“City of Redemption” is a vividly recounted story of lies, betrayal, sex, drugs and murder takes place during an unforgettable time and place in history, Summer of Love.

Ms. Ahern shares her time and experience, what she saw, heard and took part in during 1967 rebellious times.

“City of Redemption” is a vividly recounted story of lies, betrayal, sex, drugs, seeking love, and murder takes place during an unforgettable time and place in history.

It is 1984 and Liz waits to be paroled for the murder of former roommate, Ricky Martinez.

Is she guilty? Liz says yes. Her attorney, Toni Bordeaux, hotly disagrees and tells Liz she has paid her debt!

In 1967, partly to blame for her young son's death and abandoned by her husband, 
Liz leaves Scotland in disgrace, hoping for a second chance at love and life. 
She arrives in San Francisco during the Summer of Love to have a "jolly good time" with the free loving groovy people. She soon joins a commune. Her new family is a curious mix: Black Panthers Toni and her boyfriend, Bobby, trying to change the world, Sam, a Vietnam vet, seeking inner peace, a kindhearted, flamboyant hairdresser, Mason, ready for fame and love, a flower child named Cat, and her callous drug dealing boyfriend, Ricky, who loves his girlfriends then quickly tosses them aside.
At first, Liz is happy to have found a welcoming home, but as her new roommates pry into her mysterious past Liz's search for a "jolly good time" brings more grief and a worsening drug addiction. She becomes unwittingly embroiled in a plot to bring down the Black Panthers and sees saving her Panther Toni as a way to redeem herself for her part in her son's death. Sharing the plot to another roommate, she is told, "Keep your mouth shut." In a moment of passion, she seizes the chance to save her roommate. But can she save her friends or will she just watch her commune family break
apart? No one expects anything heroic from Liz, especially Ricky.
Ms. Ahern's novels receive overwhelming positive five star reviews on Amazon US, UK, France, Goodreads, Barnes and Noble and her website.
June Ahern's other novel, The Skye in June and book can be found at june ahern dot com

Friday, December 5, 2014


 "The Skye in June" is a winter cozy read  - a story that captures San Francisco history during the 1950's and as the changing environs of the early 1960's.  In it you'll walk through the city's streets from down in the valley, and up the many hills. Visit the Haight Ashbury before the "hippy take over" when the neighborhood was realizing an emergence of young hip beat crowd of artists and musicians and bikers with their colors roared through the streets. San Francisco was in the beginning of a big change and the MacDonald girls were part of it.

The Skye in June nearing 400 cumulative overwhelming positive reviews on Amazon US, UK and France,, Barns and Noble as well in Comments on june ahern website.
Chapter Excerpt 

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 THE COLD SIDEWALK chilled June and Mary’s bums as they sat on the curb waiting for the 33 Ashbury bus. The day had been pleasantly warm for late March, until the sun dipped behind the trees in Golden Gate Park and the ocean fog spread a chill through the Panhandle and up to Haight Street.Mary tucked the extra material from her bellbottom pants around her legs to keep the wind from shooting up them. June sat on her large black leather purse that held her schoolbooks. The short skirt of her Catholic school uniform (which, in the opinion of the nuns, was too short) did not protect her shivering white legs from the cold. No matter how nippy the days could become, the two never let the capricious San Francisco weather discourage their trips to the Haight. It was a fun time there. They met up with the young, hip people moving into the area who were bringing a whole new scene to the city. The mood of the Haight-Ashbury was rebellious with long haired young men playing harmonicas and writing poetry and tough Harley-Davidson motorcyclists cruising the street, some with Hell’s Angels emblazed across the back of their leather jackets. The scene was a much-needed relief from the girls’ restricted life. At home the sisters didn’t talk openly about their jaunts, knowing the problems it would produce. 

Thursday, December 4, 2014


                           BE A STORYTELLER. I LOVE TO TELL A STORY, DON'T YOU?

Your life holds an interest to family now and in the future. I'm an author of three (soon four books) which consist of a how-to book, "The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Psychic Reading", and two novels. Each holds a piece of my own outlook and life history. In the times to come when I no longer walk this earth those future family will know some things about me. The how-to book tells of my psychic life and profession. The next how to book due out January, 2015 will tell more about that with added details of my spirit/ghost encounters.

In the future there might be a child born into my family who has psychic abilities like me and my words can guide her or him. My novel, "The Skye in June" is about a psychic child, a little girl, and the challenges she must face. It also includes history about Glasgow, Scotland and being an immigrant. San Francisco during the 1950's and early days of the changing environs in the '60's. Readers will learn about how society and the prejudices of people back then.

The Skye in June will soon be an audio book because of the many readers who have asked for that. They want to hear the Scottish burr, enjoy the slang of the '50's, learn about San Francisco's "The Castro" before it was known as that. Do you know the proper name of that district? The famous store in that area? It's all in the story. In this excerpt I talk about the Scottish family's first American holidy - Thanksgiving at

My second novel, "City of Redemption" is also set in Glasgow, Scotland 1966 and then moves on to groovy San Francisco of 1967.  I wrote it first as a screenplay for a Scottish actress. It takes place during the tumultuous Summer of Love with Blank Panthers, sex, murder, and rock n' roll, of course! This too is a historical fiction and my future generation relatives will see how life was for me as a young woman growing up in San Francisco at that time.

What about you? What history of your life will you leave your future family? You can print a few copies or leave an ebook. It will become part of your legacy.

Take time to start your personal history book for telling your story has meaning.

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