Nick Kyle: ‘Bringing Physical Mediumship Up to Date’ via ZOOM
1 December.7:30 pm-9:00 pm£5.00
Bringing Physical Mediumship Up to Date
Tuesday 1st December 2020. 7.30pm until 9.00pm. £5 online via ZOOM.
About the Speaker
Former President of the Scottish Society for Psychical Research
Nick is a retired Depute Headteacher (Secondary), now working part-time as a Teaching Specialist in the university sector.
Nick has been psychically aware since early childhood. Trying to understand his ‘spirit’ communications, he began to explore religion, including shamanism and spiritualism, as a young man.
Impressed by the late Professor Archie Roy, Nick expanded his interests to include psychical research, and for over ten years he was President of the Scottish Society for Psychical Research. He has investigated ostensible cases of paranormality over three decades, counselling people who are upset by their anomalous experiences_ confidentially, free of charge and without publicity_ studying mediums, experiencing hauntings and developing a special interest in physical mediumship.
Nick was the co-organiser of the Scottish Paranormal Conference held in Stirling in 2014.
Nick blends an open-minded scepticism with mediumistic sensitivities to investigate where the evidence leads him, including:
• Materialisations in England and Scotland
• Hauntings and poltergeists in Scotland
• Ghosts in Italy
• Hauntings in the USA and Canada
• An Ayahuasca ceremony in Peru
• Spiritual healing in Brazil
Nick is a leading paranormal investigator in Scotland:
• He is a knowledgeable, experienced and engaging speaker on paranormal topics.
• He has trained paranormal investigators.
• He is a writer and editor, having co-written a novel on his paranormal adventures, currently finishing a biography of a Scottish medium and proofreading books on mediumship, time travel and paranormality.
• He is a teacher of meditation, delivering talking therapies, transformative workshops, and exploring how to use altered states for healing.
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