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Mediumship - Dual Connection Testing
The method utilized by experients of mediumistic phenomena to communicate with immaterial entities is comprehensible via the convergence of the mechanics and laws pertaining to universal law, a universal information system, and the experient.
Since universal law and the universal information system is theoretical, so too are their and the experients natural laws and mechanics.
For this exercise, experients should be encouraged to involve as supportive friend or family member willing to participate in the exercise. The experient and assistant [friend or family member] should sit within two to five feet from each other. In this exercise, the experient will be required to do most of the work.
The assistant will be the foundation of the exercise, as the assistant will be requesting the experient to connect with a specific entity familiar to the assistant, but not familiar to the experient. Listed subsequently are the questions to be asked by the experient to the spirit. The experient should be encouraged to utilize whichever searching form works best for them.
Since the assistant is familiar with the spirit attempting to be searched and called by the experient, the assistant will be able to verify the accuracy of the information received.
Questions include: first name or nickname, the month of their birth or death, their hair color, how they died, or where, about a personal event including the person you are reading for, their former occupation, the name of the deceasedís closest loved one or pet, and their full name including their middle name.†
The experient and the assistant should both have this list readily available during exercises. The assistant should keep notes based on the experients answers to the questions to be disclosed after the exercise.
This is done as a means to not hinder the experients confidence, which can reduce accuracy. At the end of the exercise, the assistant should disclose answer accuracy to the experient and the experient should tally up answers based on level of accuracy [correct, somewhat correct, somewhat incorrect, and incorrect].
Experients should keep this information as a record along with future information obtained through future exercises as a means to identify weaknesses in specific information comprehension.†
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoaynce: A Quantum Approach -Psychical Influence of Information & Anomalous Communication with Immaterial Entities” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)