Stories Of The Paranormal, The Unexplained, And All Things Incredible

February 19, 2010

Psychic School of Excellence

There really is a Hogwarts! Or at least there will be if Kevin Horkin has his way.

This forward thinking businessman is trying to purchase a derelict castle in North Wales with the intention of turning it into a topnotch psychic retreat and seminar centre. I think he's onto something and what a perfect place to do it in.

Britain has long been home to some of the oldest and most mysterious phenomena. From the country where the fairy faith thrived for centuries, to the countryside where elaborate crop circles appear in a whirling dervish of time, Britain has always been a gathering ground for psychics. It seems like a given.

And I know I would like to talk to a group of them. It has long been my experience, and complaint, about those who would help us see beyond the veil of time, that their interpretation is often off. If only those with the vision would just relay what they see, rather than try and figure out for us what the meaning is behind it, I think we would be further ahead.

Perhaps we expect psychics to be mind readers and think that if they are really worth their suss then they'll automatically know how what they see applies to us personally. This is a disservice to those of us paying for their services; and to them and their abilities. I'm sure they have the best of intentions but I believe making use of a psychic involves our active participation.

That's what I think.

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