The Medium Who Baffled Houdini
Explore Margery Crandon's mediumship in The Medium Who Baffled Houdini
September 3, 2017 | Format: Paperback | 5.0 out of 5 stars on Amazon
The Medium Who Baffled Houdini is a far more comprehensive work than The Witch of Lime Street. The author has an extensive background with work as a physical and trance medium, and she brings this background into play in her book. The book does Margery Crandon justice---because the woman had so many detractors who looked to denigrate both her name and her work. Kuzmeskus looks at the many aspects of Crandon's work---and the author shows how Crandon's mediumship developed over time---first with table tipping and then later on with other more advanced signs of physical mediumship. The book is definitely not fiction, for Kuzmeskus provides a comprehensive listing of sources for her research. So many authors have written about Margery Crandon---with some even going as far as to call her a "witch." However, Kuzmeskus approaches the life of Crandon and Crandon's mediumship with sensitivity and a wealth of insight, insight that comes from the author's own years of work as a medium.
To know the field one is writing about is essential today, and Kuzmeskus provides just the right touch to explore the mysteries behind Crandon's life and the story of Crandon's road to mediumship. Kuzmeskus's book Séance 101 has been billed one of the Top 3 books today on physical mediumship, and in order for any author to explore the paranormal field there has to be a sense of credibility present. With Kuzmeskus's extensive professional background as a physical and trance medium, she gives Margery Crandon a sense of dignity that Crandon truly deserves.
Extraordinary comprehensive book on spiritual mediumship
January 27, 2008 | By RAUL DASILVA | Format:Paperback
This work is not to be taken lightly. It was written by an educated and skilled practitioner not just a researcher. As in the case of more prominent mediums (e.g. as in the media) such as John Edwards and James Van Praagh Elaine Kuzmeskus was born with the gift of discernment beyond the sensory levels of perception. However unlike many mediums we're heard about from as far back as the 19th Century she is educated and approaches the subject using the empirical system of scientific inquiry.
The book is filled with much data on the practice and includes a comprehensive review of physical mediumship as practiced by well known mediums and on up to individuals such as Sathya Sai Baba who is renown through India as an Avatar.
Thankfully, this book is not a tome of tiresome anecdotal verbiage but an in-depth review at what I call the emerging consciousness of multi-dimensional existence in the progress of the human condition. It's read in two or three easy sittings replete with a glossary and endnotes or index: highly recommended.
The Making of a Medium
5.0 out of 5 stars A GREAT Book by a GREAT Medium!
March 30, 2013 | By Stephen A. Hermann | Amazon Verified Purchase
This book is completely superior to most of mass produced autobiographies of mediums that are usually written by ghost writers. Elaine is a very talented medium and an excellent teacher. Compared to many of the popular mediums, made famous through publicists and media hype, Elaine possesses expertise gained through decades of serious study and experience. This book might not be slick like a Hay House publication but anyone interested in the development of mediumship will learn much from reading this book. As a professional medium myself I have great respect for Elaine as a medium and teacher of psychic development. Over the years I have told many people in her area to attend her classes or have private sessions with her. Read this book as it will greatly increase your awareness of the spirit world and the process of mediumistic unfoldment.
The Art of Mediumship
Rose Solari | Amazon Verified Purchase
This is a great book. I would recommend it to anyone interested in Mediumship. Elaine is a seasoned Medium with a lot of information.