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 highlights British holidaymakers’ superstitions, tells of a famous interior designer’s encounter with an apparition and lists the top ten health benefits of spirituality.

Dear Beccy . . .

Our resident adviser investigates reiki healing, what the colours of the aura denote and whether sellers must declare if their home is haunted.

Guides ‘operate’ on patients

Psychic surgeon Ed Pearson tells how his spirit guides, some of whom left earth thousands of years ago, perform "operations" on clients.

Stephen’s wise words

"Churches," says clairvoyant Stephen O’Brien, "should rigorously vet mediums and open their platforms only to truly gifted demonstrators who can deliver what they claim: evidence of survival."

When Jesus returned

Barbara White takes another look at the thousands of automatic writing communications which came through James Padgett, a Washington, DC, lawyer.

Suicide bombers and the Beyond

In the wake of the Manchester and London terrorist attacks, Aubrey Rose reasons that terrorists will have to account for their actions in the spirit realms.

The gift of knowledge

John Clayman explores aspects of knowledge, ending with a lovely poem about a battered old violin which contains a moving message.

Saints can’t save us

"Saints may inspire us," writes Mary Russell, "but we must do the hard work ourselves on our characters and not expect them to give us a free pass to Paradise!"

The growth of the spirit

"To attain spiritual mastery is a long, difficult process involving hardship, suffering and frustration," says Silver Birch, "because the soul has to be tried and tested as each step is taken."

Book reviews

Graham Jennings features a book by a trance healer, who maintains that famous spirit healer Harry Edwards is his chief healing guide.

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