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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This month's issue . . .

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Two Worlds Are One

Tony Ortzen highlights predictions for 2018 by leading medium Craig Hamilton-Parker, who believes that terrorists may make an attack by multiple drones on London, Berlin or both.

To welcome the New Year

A selection of inspiring thoughts from various parts of the world to greet the New Year.

Dear Beccy . . .

Rebecca Weller features three topics including using birds for divinatory purposes and how a "dead" pilot and an engineer were seen after an American plane crashed with the loss of 101 lives.

Former nun spreads spirit truths

Still in the States, let’s nip off to New Jersey to meet medium Janet Nohavec, who spent several years in a convent.

Stephen’s wise words

"You can start a revolution in kindness in your corner of the world," says medium Stephen O’Brien. "Even though you may only be one person, you can make a miraculous difference to many lives around you."

Rejoice at each New Year

"However long we may have before us," writes Barbara White, |"accept each New Year with thanks, doing all we are able for others and ageing with style both inwardly and outwardly."

Another shot at life

Mary Russell tells the astonishing story of how a young man who tried to end his life received part of the face of someone else who committed suicide.

Spirit form seen in street

Continuing his occasional series about Spiritualist pioneers, Graham Jennings highlights the gifts of trance medium Fannie Conant.

Suffering ‘is part of the law’

Trance teachings from Silver Birch, of the Hannen Swaffer home circle, who explains the purpose of suffering.

Book reviews

Wearing his usual hat, Graham Jennings features a book which contains messages from the "dead" of both world wars.

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