Two Worlds

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

Editor Tony Ortzen tells how a coincidence leads to a missing ring being found at odds of 100,000-1 and reports on a clairvoyant joining the hunt for a doomed submarine with 44 people on board.

The fruit of service

Some wonderful points to ponder from Mother Teresa, who once said, "Never travel faster than your guardian angel can fly."

Dear Beccy . . .

Rebecca Weller traces the origins of giving Easter eggs, advises on how to use a crystal ball and discovers that a psychic was ordered to rob a bank by former Russian leader Joseph Stalin.

Life in the spirit world

Barbara White features the mediumship of Anthony Borgia, who is perhaps best known for the superb book "Life in the World Unseen."

Stephen’s wise words

"This spring, do something positive to help the planet and your loved ones in the next world," suggests medium Stephen O’Brien. "Plant some trees in their memory."

Get revved up at church!

As well as her popular word game and character-improving tips, Mary Russell lists some suggestions you could make at church.

‘Dead’ monks lead to lost chapels

Graham Jennings documents how architect Frederick Bligh Bond was led to lost chapels at Glastonbury Abbey by a group of monks who passed on centuries ago.

‘Live a life of service’ says spirit guide

Continued from last month, Silver Birch gives a spirit world view on matters to do with Orthodoxy, saying that "Life is more important than ceremony."

Write on!

Readers get in touch about several subjects including the current state of Spiritualism, the value of silence and doom-laden predictions.

Book reviews

Wearing his usual hat, Graham Jennings comments on what he terms "an important book" on spirit interference.

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