Results of Intuitive Experiment #34

Results of Intuitive Experiment #34

So who was the chap in the picture? I think some of you did recognise him – he was Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) one of the most well-known psychics of the twentieth century. Cayce had the ability to enter an altered state of consciousness (sort of like a sleep state)...
Intuitive Experiment #34 – Have a Go at Reading This Person!

Intuitive Experiment #34 – Have a Go at Reading This Person!

It’s time for another Intuitive Experiment! The Intuitive Experiment is a very popular and much-demanded exercise that I offer on this website periodically. The exercise involves me posting the photo of an obscure public figure for you lovely lot to have a go at...
Who Were the Women in Intuitive Experiment #33?

Who Were the Women in Intuitive Experiment #33?

The people in this experiment are Ida and Louise Cook, two opera-loving British sisters who were instrumental in the aid and rescue of numerous Jews between 1934 and 1939. Their exploits flew under the radar for many years, but were truly remarkable in their clever...
Intuitive Experiment #33 – Flex Your Intuitive Muscles!

Intuitive Experiment #33 – Flex Your Intuitive Muscles!

In this post I am bringing back something I haven’t done for a while – an Intuitive Experiment. This is where I post a photo of someone (or 2 people) who have been in the public eye at some point, and ask budding psychic developers to have a go at ‘reading’ the...
Who Was The Man In Intuitive Experiment #32?

Who Was The Man In Intuitive Experiment #32?

One of the more interesting uses for my psychic skills is when I am reading the news or keeping up with current affairs, and I come across a case where no-one knows what happened, such as murder or court cases that are ‘he said/she said’. Psychics are able...
Intuitive Experiment #32 – Flex Your Intuitive Muscles!

Intuitive Experiment #32 – Flex Your Intuitive Muscles!

An Intuitive Experiment? Yes. About once every couple of months on this blog, I post a photo of someone who is – or was once – in the public eye and ask readers to have a go at reading the person, to find out what his/her personality was like, and anything...