My first psychical paranormal experience was when I attended a healing conference in Devon, UK, and found that during the conference my hands started to prickle. In the corner of one of the meeting rooms there were daffodils in a vase. It was a spring conference in case you hadn’t gathered
I had the impulse to hold up my left hand palm outwards and found that if I moved my hand from left to right the daffodils move from left to right. If I stopped moving my hand the daffodils stopped. I repeated again and again to make sure it wasn’t “just me” and I also looked around to see if there were any open windows. There were none.
Later that evening I tried the same thing in the local pub. The same thing happen but not quite so strong. The barmaid who saw what I was doing rather awkwardly standing by the bar described it as creepy. That was the universe’s way of introducing me to the fact that there’s more to life than the physical. I have never been able to repeat that experience. A true ‘one off’.
In my 20s I ran a very large social organisation in London called London Village where people new to London could easily make a new start social wise. We met in groups in people’s homes (that could never happen these days) and we generated between us over 200 events per month and goodness knows how many free private advertisements, all this served up in a monthly hardcopy magazine called the London Villager.
I went on to do research into Kirlian Photography which was a fascinating exploration and discovery of the electrical impulses that existed around the body and particularly in the human hand. I was able to use this as a basis for diagnosis which I did for various New Age, age of Aquarius exhibitions in the UK, USA, Canada and Germany.
I have been dowsing using a pendulum for many years and have refined it so that I can tune in apparently to the satisfaction of clients not only to them but their friends and partners an
I never really retired but stopped about five years ago but started again because I discovered that my talents were as lively as ever and now combine this with helping local people out with their gardens here in Somerset and also writing a diary based on the work an example of Samuel Pepys who was a 17th century historian. 90% of my clients I never see. They are all over the world but physical distance makes no difference whatsoever.