Two Worlds
SPIRITUALISM'S 76-PAGE MONTHLY MAGAZINE

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

Debbie McGee, the wife of magician Paul Daniels, tells how she felt the spirit presence of Sir Bruce Forsyth on the set of "Strictly Come Dancing." Tony Ortzen also features transplants and George Michael’s devoted dog.

Dear Beccy . . .

Rebecca Weller gives advice on what colours to wear for a job interview, suggests some golden anniversary gifts and how to help a grieving friend.

Florist flowers as medium

Stand by for a blooming good, scent-filled interview with mediumistic florist Joyce Bossey. Not surprisingly, one of her psychic gifts is flower clairsentience.

Stephen’s wise words

"Spiritually, we are never lost," says medium Stephen O’Brien. "The pathway that our souls agreed to tread before they came into this world will unfold before our eyes step by step, day by day."

Number plate is just the ticket . . .

Mathematics teacher and author Nigel Peace looks at various unusual coincidences, signs and wonders.

Famous hymn ‘looks death in the face’

Barbara White investigates the somewhat turbulent life of the composer of a much-loved hymn, who battled with ill-health for many years.

Of kings and kindness

"Spiritualists are judged by the way they behave at all times," says Mary Russell. "We try to show that ‘loving our neighbour’ means showing all those around us that we are always willing to help them."

Spiritualism’s golden age

Author and painter Sandy Phillips casts her eye over Spiritualism from an historical and contemporary perspective.

Gifts from God’s pharmacy

Veteran Spiritualist Mollie Morgan discovers that some fruit and vegetables resemble the parts of the body they assist.

Book reviews

Graham Jennings paints a written picture about the life story of Turkish-born psychic artist Esi Çakmakçiolu.

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