Two Worlds

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

Now a 68-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 tells how at the time of writing a Texas-based mystic has predicted the date of world war three and features an asparagus reader who claims to know the outcome of the general election.

Dear Beccy . . .

Our resident adviser helps out a best man with wedding superstitions from around the world, charts the life of a Spiritualist MP and investigates colour therapy.

Stephen’s wise words

"We are all brothers and sisters, united under the umbrella of the Great Spirit," says medium Stephen O’Brien. "We are here to help one another – and God – to progress towards a state of perfection."

Meditational matters

John Clayman features the practice of meditation, suggesting how to start and listing some of its health benefits.

Write on!

Readers write on various topics including the welcome – or lack of it – at some Spiritualist churches and what’s in a name.

‘Dead’ emperors return

Barbara White delves into the life and automatic writing mediumship of American lawyer James Padgett, who claimed to receive messages from famous historical figures.

Electronic contact with Beyond

In this in-depth feature, Frank Fabien traces attempts to contact the spirit realms using electronic devices, including making verbal and visual contact.

Plots and plans

Let’s pop along again to the fictional Churchton-on-the-Hill Spiritualist church and meet Lily Large and Sally Small.

The Great Spirit will not fail you

Trance teachings from Silver Birch, who says, "You will not be called upon in your earth life to face any test or crisis for which you do not possess the strength to overcome it."

Book reviews

Quite by chance, Graham Jennings also features meditation and a new book by an interfaith minister and spiritual teacher.

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