Psychometry: Fact or Fiction?

Tell Judy, and The Chicks on the Case, about YOUR views or experiences – In the comments under the Original Blog Post 😀

Chicks on the Case

The Chicks welcome back Judy Penz Sheluk, who shares a fascinating story from her personal life that inspired the plot of Past & Present, her latest Marketville Mystery.

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3 thoughts on “Psychometry: Fact or Fiction?

  1. Thanks Chris for sharing Judy’s interesting article, Here is a copy of my more detailed reply on Judy’s site.
    “Hello Judy, thank you for sharing your story. I am a trance medium, use psychometry at times and insist, on specific information to be delivered. The dose of scepticism was healthy that you showed with the generic phrases being proffered as a reading. There is a good line in the film “Ghost” when the ‘psychic’ says “he loves you” and then annoyed with the ghost “what do you mean, ditto” at which point ‘ditto’ is what the ghost said in real life instead of I love you. The physical pain or awareness, such as the doubling over at feeling your father’s abdominal pain, is called clairsentience. Many myths abound about psychic and spiritual communication, with or without the use of divination tools. I have written a book on ethics and psychic readings, and write for an international psychic magazine – if you or anyone else is interested in asking questions to clarify about writing psychic stuff in a book please feel free to contact me.”

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