“The College was founded 125 years ago by a group of eminent scholars and scientists. Its purpose was to facilitate formal investigation into the psychic and mediumistic phenomena that were such a topic of debate in the Victoria era.”
They now offer courses in Meditation, Energy Work (I assume that has nothing to do with electricians), Divination, Psychic Development, Trance and Healing. They also advertised for the position of Principal in yesterday’s Guardian. Now, I am not sure how evidence based their methods are and how grounded in physics their offerings are, but for instance the course “Mediumship” offers the aspiring medium:
“Suitable for mediums with some experience of giving readings or doing platform to fine tune your skills and improve the quality and detail of messages and evidence. This benefits private sittings, platform work and improving clarity when making personal life choices. You will be encouraged to push furt your unique ability with plenty support, motivation and mentoring.”
Now, I have never been to one of those shindigs, but isn’t the whole purpose of being a medium (and, this being the College of Psychic studies they should have loads of advanced models) that you already know what’s going to happen in the future and who will cross your path? This is highly disappointing and I am certainly reviewing my intent to enroll and become a remote viewer, healer, crystal teacher and Tarot consultant.
I can nevertheless see in the very short term future the arrival of a small package, containing the new Matt Bianco album.