Two Worlds

Two Worlds was founded by famous medium Emma Hardinge Britten in 1887.

Now a 76-page monthly magazine, it is edited by Tony Ortzen. Tony has been involved in the paranormal for forty years. He has known and interviewed some of the world's leading mediums and acted as consultant to various publishing companies.

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Two Worlds Are One

Editor Tony Ortzen reports that according to a recently discovered unpublished essay, Winston Churchill believed in life on other planets. He also tells how a so-called psychic cat has sold for £67,000!

Native American philosophy

Peace pipes at hand, here are some beautiful bite-sized quotes from North American Indians, whose philosophy on life and death mirrors Spiritualist teachings.

Dear Beccy . . .

Our resident adviser begins by charting the life of a natural clairvoyant who foresaw inventions such as the telephone, radio, TV, the internet, planes and trains centuries ago.

The case for rebirth

Writer T. J. Hobbs maintains that it is “impossible” to experience all there is in human life in a single existence.

Stephen’s wise words

"If you shine forth love, love will return to you,” writes medium Stephen O’Brien. “This same law applies whenever you radiate negative energies."

Write on!

Readers comment on various topics including unwelcoming churches, out of date websites and whether one’s passing is predetermined.

Animals and karma

Barbara White investigates animals and karma, discovering that some civilisations regarded them as inferior.

Of bibles and bishops

John Clayman delves into why mediumship and Spiritualism took such a long time to be accepted and receive legal respectability.

Eric’s space odyssey

Amongst other things, Mary Russell sets a challenge to find the hidden words within a leading Spiritualist’s surname.

When mists descend

In her occasional column, veteran London Spiritualist Mollie Morgan offers a blend of the wise and witty.

Book reviews

Graham Jennings features an intriguing book which contains “a delightful collection of descriptions, quotes and anecdotes concerning various herbs and their ruling deity.”

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