You want to know what is really going on, or what it all means, when you’re faced with a complicated problem. You need to look more deeply into your circumstances; whether it’s about a battle in the office, a family feud, or a long series of losses, Kathleen can help you understand the hidden dynamics and give you some valuable ideas about what you can do to get your life back on track.
Had a "reading" in Tampa last night at an event' About 80 people in the room. He did about 7 or 8 readings. He regurgitated everything that was in my dad's obituary. He is a funny guy (in the obit), I see him pushing an older woman in a wheelchair (photos in the obituary of him pushing my grandma in her w/c), "brother energy" and proceeds to more or less name my brother by the first and last letter of his name, loyal friend (condolences in the online obit), other details appear to possibly have been "mined" from Facebook photos. The only detail I can't account for is he called out my mother's cause of death. That is not really documented anywhere online, unless somehow he obtained a copy of her death certificate w/cause. He would have had to fraudulently obtained a copy. My mother's 2nd married name can be found in geni.com which is where he had to have obtained that detail, thats how he would have found her name to get a copy of her death certificate. I have to had it to him, his staff is thorough. This guy was impressive at first, but I would need to be convinced that he is not a fraud. There was not one ounce of anything personal in the reading that could not be found online by a few quick searches under my name and then my dad's name. I was very engaged and emotional during the reading, which I think kept him going. He ticked off all the boxes of all of the people I was hoping to hear from, and 4 out of the 5 of them are named in my dad's obituary. I was so overcome with emotion that afterwards I went up to Thomas after the event to thank him for the reading and tell him how much it meant to me. He could barely look me in the eye. I thought that was very odd.
We sat there at that table from about 11:30am until around 6 in the afternoon. We were dripping masculinity as we took long drags off these slim ass cigarettes and endlessly spit balled an array of spirit bully self defense strategies. As I took in T. John's pitch to a take no prisoners approach to manhandling ghosts, the wall on the left side of me began to move. A bright light began to pierce the dimly lit afterlife channeling room, and through my squinted eyes I could see a Volvo sedan parked where there once stood a tapestry decorated wall. Who the hell is this?! I quickly began to recount my spirit inventory for someone who may have had this car, and was certain I never had any significant ghost beef with any soccer moms or lesbian white water rafting tour guides.
Bobby Finger calls Hollywood Medium "the worst show on television" and a "deceptively cruel little experiment in exploitative programming." He analyzed an episode in which Henry met with Carole Radziwill and showed that everything Henry told her was easily accessible public information. He concludes "The loss of a loved one causes its own special, terrible category of pain, and to exploit someone's grief in a way that presents the afterlife as this bleak, murky place where our dead friends and family members are constantly on the hunt for people like the Hollywood Medium . . . to spread a message that is almost without fail, 'I'm fine,' doesn't just con their desperate, mournful targets out of a few hard-earned dollars, it does a disservice to the memories of those they lost." Susan Gerbic agrees with Finger that "this is not innocent fun." She analyzed that same episode and came to an only slightly different conclusion. She states that Henry doesn't need to have advanced knowledge of his sitters "because he just needs to throw out general statements and then remain silent while the sitter fills in the details." She looks at the specific time when Radziwill handed Henry a woman's gold ring and Henry states that the ring is a reference to someone who died at an early age, then asked if she knew anyone who fit that. Radziwill said, ""yeah [pause] a girlfriend [pause] her name is Carolyn." Gerbic points out that "These pauses are important to note. This is where Henry is just letting the sitter talk and dropping all the information he is going to need."
Volcanic eruptions are terrifying and disastrous, and 2019 predictions say that some of them will burst in the year to come. Here is to hoping that the advancements in technology are faster than this and we’re able to predict the eruptions on time and save people from the tragedies that could unfold if action is not taken. Let’s hope that the reality isn’t as bad as the psychic predictions for 2019 and that measures are taken to avert as much damage as possible.