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Tom Harrison, dedicated afterlife researcher and son of world-renowned materialization medium Minnie Harrison, narrates the development of his mother’s mediumship abilities. Minnie Harrison’s abilities included: trance mediumship, actual direct voice communication with spirit personalities, and ectoplasmic materialization (the apex of mediumship).
Ectoplasmic materialization consists of full form, solid-bodied, temporarily materialized spirit people returning to us from the next stage of existence… The stage beyond nature’s great illusion that we call “death”. The materialized spirit individuals are formed with the aid of a substance known as “ectoplasm” (which emanates from the body of a physical medium).
Tom Harrison passed away on October 23, 2010. Since his transition he has communicated trans-dimensionally over 150 times using 18 different methods. Some of these methods include: mental mediumship, trance mediumship, transfiguration, materialization, direct voice, and Direct Radio Voice (DRV). Tom has been in contact with his wife Ann on many occasions, and encouraged her to write a book about his after-death communications. Ann’s book – Harrison Connections: Tom Harrison’s ‘Desire to communicate’ – was released on February 23, 2015.
► Visitors From The “Other Side” DVD Description:
After 25 years of giving his talk about the wonderful physical contact with the spirit world in their home circle in Middlesbrough from 1946 to 1954, one of Tom Harrison’s daughters said “You won’t be able to do this much longer, dad. You had better make a video.”
So here it is – with extracts from some of Tom’s talks in 1994, contemporary filmed interviews with other circle members and guests from those days, together with the photographs of ectoplasm and ectoplasmic materialization which illustrate his talks. The photographs taken in 1948 were principally for the benefit of the deep-trance control medium, his mother, Minnie Harrison, who was completely oblivious to the remarkable phenomena they witnessed each week.
We hope the evidence contained in this DVD may inspire you to continue your search for close contact with the ever-living world of spirit and perhaps to become a channel for them – for as Granny Lumsden, Aunt Agg, and all the spirit visitors said – “We do like to come and talk to you all… Thank you for giving us the opportunity.”
It is impossible, of course, to cover the 8 years the circle sat in 60 minutes… But we trust you will enjoy this selection of significant experiences.
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At this time of year and with a General Election looking it is appropriate to remember those who gave their lives and limbs for our democracy and freedom.
“When you go Home, tell them of us and say, For your Tomorrow, we gave our Today”
John Maxwell Edmunds 1916
The Great War’ gave rise to numerous reports of of paranormal phenomena, starting with the Battle of Mons (August 1914) when many soldiers claimed they had been guided to safety from the battlefield by the spirit of a medieval archer from the nearby battlefield of Agincourt (1415). Following the massive global casualties of The Great War millions who had lost loved ones turned to Spiritualism and Mediums for comfort by contacting the dead.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
‘For the Fallen’ by Robert Laurence Binyon (1869-1943), published in The Times newspaper on 21 September 1914.
Leslie Flint Spirit Communication Sir Oliver Lodge Part 1
During a séance in November 1941, Helen Duncan (1897-1956) materialized the spirit of a sailor who revealed the sinking of HMS Barham – something the British Government had kept Top Secret. Helen Duncan was subsequently arrested, prosecuted and convicted under the Witchcraft Act of 1735, an Act which made falsely claiming to procure spirits a crime. She was sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment. Duncan’s trial contributed to the repeal of the Witchcraft Act which was replaced by the Fraudulent Mediums Act in 1951. Duncan died in 1956.
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