To be honest, I am not sure at all how I feel about this. However, I totally stumbled across this video on YouTube and thought I would share it here
since this might be something other members would be interested in...
These ladies claim to do be able to channel the spirits of those who have passed on - including celebrities and those from some high-profile cases.
They are very mild-mannered, somber, and seem respectful.
Recently, they did a session where they channeled Las Vegas massacre suspect Stephen Paddock.
What they have to say - or say that SP has to say - is interesting and very sad. Basically, the summary is that their channeling reveals that he felt
he "always had to do this" and the overarching purpose was to raise awareness of the severity of mental illness. However, the way it comes across
from them, he's not making that into an excuse or "cause" really. In fact, the medium says he mainly seems to have done it "because he could."
Interestingly - whether she is truly picking up on him or not - that is something a lot of criminals or perpetrators of violent crimes do say.
Again, not sure how I feel about this at all - whether true or false? I'm not sure how I feel about the whole concept of mediums in general. I mean,
I do believe channeling happens. It's just hard to understand how it could happen at will or on command. But that's a different subject I guess.
Either way, again, there are some interesting points in the "interview." And these two ladies seem to be pretty well-known in their circle as not
overtly sensationalistic and sincere. They have a pretty strong, loyal, base it appears.
Other specific things the medium says he mentions is that she says he says he worked alone, Marilou knew nothing about it, and that he planned to kill
himself the entire time.
Here is the video:
If it doesn't embed right (I've been having trouble embedding videos), here is the link: www.youtube.com...
I do believe there are people who have tweaked their gift of medium-ship, however I do not believe these women. It is just a gut feeling. I watched
this video today and turned it off about mid way... just didn't feel they were telling the truth.
Believe me, I have considered that too. I didn't even realize there were videos like this out there so I thought I would share. I have since found
there is even another from a prominent medium named Pamela Aryn that contradicts this one.
Again, just found it interesting that this was even "out there."
I understand - completely. I still don't know how I feel about it. That's one reason I posted it too I guess... to see what others thought if they
felt inclined to listen. Have you listened to the Pamela Aryn one? I have not. But I heard (actually - I read in the comments on this one, I should
say) it's almost in direct contrast to this one.
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I can understand that comment too. I am now seeing there are a TON of tarot readings out there as well. I just literally had no idea...
As a total side note - I find it interesting that YouTube popped this video to the top of the videos when it is literally the first medium/channeling
video I have ever watched. So - it didn't pop up because I "typically" watch these type videos.
edit on 12-10-2017 by nicevillegrl because:
Added: Considering the emphasis on mental illness in the interview, I find the fact that YouTube put it at the top of my search results kind of odd (I
don't ever - haven't ever - watched videos on mental illness either.)
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I did listen to some of hers as well. She was too political and was reading her computer and preoccupied. I have seen and read about a few people
throughout my life who are the real deal. They are rare though. From my discernment these women are fake and so is the lady doing the tarot card
reading about Paddock.
There was a flood here in TN in May, 2010. We searched for my boyfriend for months. A medium found him, so please know I do believe it can happen and
I have no way to explain the unexplained. These women just don't seem real to me.
Yeah, I'm only a few minutes in and I'm out already, bear in mind I am the sort of person open to the possibility of afterlife communication, however
The event is too recent, I would argue it to be rare to find a crossed over individual to be ready to communicate at this point, add in the spin they
are giving to mental illness it becomes even less likely.
Secondly, too coherent, she is talking far too fluidly, virtually like it is just a conversation, spirit don't communicate that articulately, most is
transmitted in images in the mind.
His father was a psychopath, this is in the public domain, so it isn't such a stretch that they would use this angle, though realistically psychopaths
don't give a damn about others on Earth I doubt they would give a damn in the afterlife either, you cross over with the personality traits you had
Basically I would say this is rubbish and I add be would insensitive at this stage for these women to even attempt this let alone actually claim this
to be the real deal.
Shame on them, they give those who can a bad name.
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Ah.... that's a good point. I was really wondering about that.
(To be clear... I wasn't considering it odd as in this video coming up could be some king of spiritual message. I was thinking of it much more
practically but with a bigger conspiracy twist. I was wondering - in light of recent hidden videos where they admitted to manual manipulation of their
algorithms - if they could possibly be pushing this video up over the algorithm because it pushed the mental illness angle. Now that idea is my CT
brain at work. Your answer makes much more sense. Thank you!)
Yeah I agree with solargeddon, the fakes give the people who really can communicate with the after life a bad name. I also think its way too soon for
him to reach out to anyone, especially if he did kill himself. Plus, he needs to get adjusted to his life over there.. not give interviews. lol
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