Mediumship is the process and ability to communicate between discarnate spirits, angels, guides and living people for providing verifiable information. A medium is defined as a person to be in contact with the spirits of the deceased and to communicate between the living and the dead. The role of the medium is to facilitate communication with spirits who have messages to share. Mediums are able to listen to, relay messages from and relate conversations, with the spirit. They can remain conscious during a communication period, wherein a spirit uses the medium’s mind to communicate. The medium allows ego to step aside for the message to be delivered. The some mediums may at times go into a trance or “leave the body”. In a trance medium state, the voice of the medium may change completely. The spirit answers the questions of those in presence or giving spiritual knowledge. Sometimes an assistant would be present to record the words of the medium.

The origins of the tarot cards come from playing cards first created in the 14th century. The first known tarot cards were created circa 1430 in Italy. The cards were derived and used for games similar to bridge. Later they were adapted to the mystics. The cards show symbology that may be related to those seeking answers for situations in everyday life.

A psychic ability in which a person can sense or “read” the history of an object or picture by touching the item. Such impressions can be perceived as images, sounds, smells, tastes, or even emotions. Psychometry is a form of scrying (“seeing”) something that is not ordinarily seeable. Some psychics can scry using a crystal ball, black mirror, or water.

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