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 discovers that metal-bender Uri Geller correctly predicted two years ago that Theresa May would become Prime Minister and describes the cutlery chaos he caused when visiting the set of "Benidorm."

Dear Beccy . . .

Our resident adviser discovers that trees can communicate with each other, investigates good luck symbols and solves present problems.

Make a month of blessings

The weather may be turning autumnal, but this selection of super quotes will warm your heart.

Write on!

Readers make cogent comments on regression, Jesus in jeans, a compassionate diet and life in the spirit world.

Spiritualism replaces faith with facts

Barbara White looks at the progress Spiritualism has made over the decades, writing that it "is already being viewed as both historically and currently valid."

Servants of the Great Spirit

An inspiring account of what Silver Birch told delegates who attended an international gathering of Spiritualists.

A rosy thought

Veteran Spiritualist Mollie Morgan shares some words of wisdom from the worldwide web.

Deception has many faces

"At Spiritualist churches," writes John Clayman, "mediums should always give evidence which is personal and relevant only to the recipient concerned."

Be loving in life

"Being friendly and helpful to those we are in contact with should be our prime aim, both in daily life and at church," says Mary Russell.

Book reviews

Graham Jennings thoroughly enjoys a new book which examines what the Christ would say if he addressed the United Nations.

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