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title pic The famous “Uberaba Sittings” of Brazil

Posted by admin on June 14, 2011

The sittings that produced the first colour pictures of materializations were the so called Uberaba Sittings, that started 1950 and found their climax 1963.

A new book (in Portuguese) was recently released that describes these sittings thoroughly: “O fotógrafo dos Espíritos” by Nedyr Mendes da Rocha (1932-2010).
This is an account, that was long awaited because Mr. da Rocha had the opportunity to make hundred photographs of spirit materializations around 1960 with the mediums Mrs. Otília Diogo and Mr. Antônio Feitosa. Read more and see some of the photos here: http://felixcircle.blogspot.com/2011/06/famous-uberaba-sittings-of-brazil-and.html

title pic SNU bans Eric Hatton’s book

Posted by admin on May 8, 2011

Found this week on Roy Stemman’s Paranormal Review:

Unbelieveable! SNU bans former president’s book

Whatever next? First, the Spiritualists’ National Union (SNU) shut down the weekly Spiritualist newspaper Psychic News after almost 80 years, making its staff unemployed and its subscribers out of pocket. Next, it showed its gratitude to three members of its Philosophy and Ethics Committee, who had written two excellent books, by replacing them. Then Duncan Gascoyne, former SNU president and chairman of the Arthur Findlay College, resigned in protest at the lack of consultation that he was receiving from the National Executive Committee after more than a decade in that position. Now – in what amounts to the biggest slap in the face yet for one of the Union’s most respected and dedicated workers, Eric Hatton – it has banned the Arthur Findlay College (AFC) from selling Taking Up The Challenge, the superb autobiography by Eric Hatton, former SNU president and college chairman, the Union’s first ever Lifetime Achievement Award holder and its first and only honorary president. Who, in their right minds, would want to deprive Spiritualists from reading his life story? And why? Read more here: Paranormal Review

title pic Jesus Christ’s Last Supper ‘was on a Wednesday’

Posted by admin on April 20, 2011

Christians mark Jesus Christ’s Last Supper on Maundy Thursday, but new research suggests it took place on the Wednesday before his crucifixion. Read more here:- Jesus Christ’s Last Supper ‘was on a Wednesday’Prof Humphreys says Jews would never mistake the Passover meal for another

title pic Summer Seances in Banbury, UK

Posted by admin on February 5, 2011

This summer sees demonstrations of physical phenomena at Jenny’s Sanctuary, Banbury by Bill Meadows and also David Thompson on a visit from Australia. See www.jennyssanctuary.org.uk/news for more details.

title pic Mysterious Circle

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Exchanged emails this week with Sylvia from the Mysterious Circle. Find out more by following the link to her blog and see the transfiguration photos captured during her sittings, which can be found here: Mysterious Circle