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INDEPENDENT DIRECT VOICE MEDIUMSHIP
If you ever hear someone say: "Well,
nobody has come back from the dead to tell us what it's like".
Tell them they are wrong.
Lots of people who have died have been able to have extended
conversations in their own voice with their
loved ones through an independent direct voice medium.
Is it the same as mental mediumship? NO.
In mental mediumship only the medium can hear the voice of
Is this the same as channelling?
NO. When a person channels, you can only hear the voice of
the spirit coming out of the mouth of the medium. It is still
the medium's voice.
Is it the same as trance mediumship? NO.
In deep trance mediumship the medium is unconscious. A spirit
takes over the medium's body but usually it is the spirit
of the medium's guide speaking through the medium rather than
the sitter's loved ones.
Is it the same as trumpet mediumship?
Not exactly. The spirits can construct the voice box inside
trumpet"- a cone which can amplify the sound. The
connected to the medium with ectoplasm but it can be moved
around the room whispering through it into the ear of particular
sitters. But the voices or a trumpet medium are not as loud
as when the voice box is independent and able to be moved
anywhere in the room without a trumpet.
Is it the same as physical mediumship? A
physical medium is one who can be used by spirit to produce
phenomena which can be seen, heard or felt by others who are
present. Some physical mediums produce raps and taps. Some
produce apports. Some produce materialised hands or spirit
lights or their faces change into the face of the spirit (transfiguration).
Some produce full materialisations. Some produce independent
direct voice. And some produce of all the above at
SO WHAT DOES HAPPEN IN INDEPENDENT DIRECT VOICE MEDIUMSHIP?
Spirit team is able to create an artificial voice box outside
the medium's body made with ectoplasm- a substance taken from
the medium's body. In the photo on the left you can see the
ectoplasmic voicebox on the left shoulder of medium Leslie
Flint. Other photos of materialized voiceboxes can be seen
Webber and Margery
Here are some independent
direct voice and trumpet mediums who lived and worked in the
USA that we have been able to find information about.
Please email email@example.com if you had experiences
with any of these mediums and or can suggest additional resources.
United States of America
Jonathan Koons?? 1850s. gave up mediumship
after 6 years- bullying.
Emily S. French (1831-1912)
French Revelation by N. Riley Heagarty.
Joseph B. Jonson (1854-1930)
Etta Wreidt (1859-1942)
George Valiantine (1874 – 1947)
Margery (Mina) Crandon (1888–1941)
Clifford Bias (1910-1987)
Sophia Williams (Chicago, mid 20th Century)
Frank Decker (1880- 1957)
Ethel Post-Parrish ( ? -1960)
Reverend Dorothy Flexer, Sarasota, FL. ( ?- 1996)
A Book written by Gerald O’hara being published by
Ann Harrison of Saturday Night
Press May 2017
Reverend Florence S Becker (1892-1979)
D. Mona Berry ??
Rev. James Jacob Dickson
Hugh Gordon Burroughs (1930?-1970)
written by him:
Warren Smith and Penny Umbach-
trumpet and materialisation mediums
at Camp Silver Belle in 1974
James Gordon- trumpet and materialisation
medium Camp Silver Belle in 1975
Bill Donnelly- trumpet and materialisation
medium Camp Silver Belle in 1975
Rev. Gladys Strohme Camp Chsterfield 1976
Mildred Curren and Mamie Brown direct voice mediums
Camp Chesterfield 1976
Keith Milton Rhinehart (1936-1999)
Dan Taggert Trumpet medium
at Camp Silver Belle in 1985
Don Dugar (1941- 2007) Trumpet medium
Books for further research:
N. Riley Heagerty: The
Randall, Edward C.: The dead have never died (scan)
Life after death (1975)
An easy to read description of what happens when you die
based on the Lselie Flint tapes/
Strack-Zanghi, Jeanette I Walked With Spirits:Gerda
Slater's Proof of Life After Death Kindle Edition (2010)
on Amazon.au A fascinating account of direct voice and
materialisations through multiple mediums at Camp Silver
Belle and Camp Chesterfiled in the 1970's.
Usborne Moore, Vice-Admiral W.: The
Voices (1913) - reprinted 2011
Tymn on Etta Wreidt
Tymn on Sophia Williams
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