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  • January25th2016



    I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Rune and I took our granddaughter, Arleen, and her little friend, Maddy, to Stephen F. Austin State Park where Arleen brushed up on her biking skills having just learned to ride a couple of says ago, and all of us enjoyed hiking the many trails. We hiked down to the river, and on the bank, we saw evidence of where an female alligator had clearly tried to carve out a nest in the sand. On further exploration, right at the water’s edge, we found an alligator egg.

    Ever the daredevil, Maddy wanted to climb down the cliff to retrieve it thinking it would make a great show-and-tell item, but of course I said no. Surely the mama was waiting nearby to turn her into a tasty hors d’oeuvre. Furthermore, the cliff was steep and slippery, and if she slipped into the swift river, it’d be impossible to save her. Still, she kept insisting that she wanted that egg and was willing to take her chances. It’s amazing how invulnerable kids are, and it reminded me of all the sad experiences I had with young patients who met with tragedy because of their foolhardiness. One, for example, dove off the San Luis Bridge near Galveston into shallow water and broke his neck. At 14, he was doomed to be paralyzed from the neck down forever. Every time I saw him in the NICU, it broke my heart to see the anger in his face and the tears in his eyes. If only those neural pathways would grow more quickly. If only they’d listen to reason. If only they’d heed their intuition. So, no egg. No harm. No foul. 

    I should find out soon if the first of our weekly radio show will be this Thursday or next. I was going to use to air the show but was recently approached by a radio network called Through them, you can talk to Erik via regular, audio and even video chat. I’m just waiting for them to let me know which day we’ll start as well as where you guys can go to listen and interact. All I know for certain is that it’s going to be every Thursday (barring death, dismemberment or vacation) from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM CT. Start thinking of some questions!

    Last announcement: I’m uploading the first of the three-part Bigfoot interview series to my YouTube channel right after I finish this post. Please be sure to share it with your friends and on all your social media channels, and tell them to subscribe so they can be alerted when the other parts are published! The more subscribers I have, the better. Right now, I don’t have as many as I should!

    Patrick has graciously interviewed another notable figure for us. Marie Antoinette of “Let them eat cake” fame. Enjoy. Thanks, Patrick. Remember that if you search his name (Patrick De Haan) you’ll find his eBook that contains many celebrity channelings. 

    Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna (1755-1793) the last Queen of France, was born an Archduchess of Austria, the fifteenth and penultimate child of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and Empress Maria Theresa. She became Dauphine in 1770 and Queen when her husband Louis XVI ascended the throne in 1774. Initially charmed by her personality and beauty, the French came to dislike her, accusing “L’Autrichienne” (literally the Austrian [woman] also pronounced as the Austrian bitch) of being profligate, promiscuous and sympathetic to France’s adversaries, particularly her country of origin Austria. She became known as Madame Déficit because of lavish spending during famines. The French Revolution saw Louis XVI deposed in 1792, the monarchy abolished and the royal family imprisoned. Eight months after her husband’s execution, Marie Antoinette was convicted of treason and executed by guillotine.

    Q:        Madame Marie, if this address is okay with you.. .
    MA:     It is.

    Q:        The story of your life and death fascinates a good many people even now, nearly two and a quarter centuries after your execution. I only asked you forward because of this.
    MA:     I know this and understand your revulsion at the manner of my death. Be not concerned for the way I was released and returned home. The timeline of Earth allows what is finished to be finished.

    Q:        The way humans are fascinated with memories…
    MA:     …this is a reflection of reality, where all memories and times are able to be recalled and understood, without the blur of time Earth creates. You all know and remember this, thus memories seem so precious. They are your substance…but you can finish them, for now. Box them up, store them.

    Q:        Do you believe the image of lavish spending was accurate?
    MA:     Yes, royalty has always been this way, through the ages, creation and existence of royalty.

    Q:        My scant knowledge of the French Revolution tells me a good deal of envy and resentment lead to the deposition of royalty.
    MA:     Blame is easy to assign when challenges face humanity.

    Q:        Was your rise to the throne and your husband’s deposition your life plan?
    MA:     Yes, certainly.

    Q:        Your execution?
    MA:     Yes, also. The possibility I would have been spared was available; fervor for revenge and to sweep away the object of any residual sympathy rose very strong.

    Q:        The accusations of treason?
    MA:     I did not have this authority and even by influence of the position, I did not commit any. It did not matter; resentment and desire to place blame and then punish were strong. A lesson for humanity.

    Q:        Could you expand on this?
    MA:     As you have thought often yourself, how is punishment going to correct the event for which it is given? It is understood it cannot, so the punishment is to create new hurt? New fear? Deterrence?

    Q:        Capital punishment has always seemed to contain a large revenge component; the victim is almost always gone.
    MA:     The crimes for which human society executes can be avoided nearly completely. The solution is to make all of yourselves belong. The sensations of membership valued remove the emotions which might eventually create the crimes.

    Q:        As you were paraded through the streets before execution, what were you thinking?
    MA:     I was both numb to surroundings and in a way, looking forward to seeing my husband. I prepared for the day as I dreamed over the several nights before; I had no awareness at the time this had happened. I only realized it after returning home.

    Q:        Is this common with a subject of execution? Does it create the stoic indifference and almost acceptance seen in the condemned?
    MA:     Yes.

    Q:        Of what were you most proud as Marie Antoinette?
    MA:     My children, of course.

    Q:        What would you have done differently, given the chance?
    MA:     Nothing; I was given the chance. I planned my life. I lived it nearly as I planned it.

    Q:        Was the elimination of the monarchy in France part of the trend then to eliminate royal power?
    MA:     Certainly and a lesson in public policy was contained in the revolution; humanity will only allow constraint to a certain point.

    Q:        What observations do you have of the world today, as compared to the events leading to the revolution in France?
    MA:     We have seen many examples since then, of power leading to conflict. In many nations, acts have been carried out by leadership never able to pass muster, as it were, with the citizens of it. Had all participants and potential victims been asked to consider then vote, none of these occurrences would have proceeded. I refer to Vietnam and southeast Asia, the Bolshevik Revolution, World Wars I and II, Korea, Rwanda, Bosnia and many others.

    Q:        A popular referendum about war?
    MA:     Yes; I assure none would pass.

    Q:        We would never see this happen.
    MA:     When willingness and courage to do it become common, no need will there be.

    Q:        What message and what advice do you have, not for humanity as I normally ask, but for the readership of this website, this blog?
    MA:     Quite a personal question, and I will say this. You who read with regularity what appears here are seeds. Have you planted yourselves yet?

    Q:        I’ve been considered crazy, nuts even and confess I almost enjoy the description.
    MA:     Concern for being considered crazy is the strongest evidence against the condition.

    Q:        Madame, merci beaucoup!
    MA:     Un honneur de visiter; you are welcome.

    Marie Antoinette

                             Marie Antoinette

  • January18th2016


    Again, Patrick graciously channeled Christopher Hitchins, someone who’s been requested by many of you for a long time now. I’m taking off MLK Day with the family, so I’m keeping this intro short!

    2 reader-of-my-website questions. Mr. Hitchens showed right up.

    Q: I’ve read your international bestseller God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything. Although you didn’t believe religion poisoned literally everything, you believed that religion could offer no positives to our world, at least not any positives that a secular view couldn’t offer. Do you still view religion as the giant roadblock to human progress as you once believed when you roamed the Earth as human?

    CH:     No. Religion is humanity’s way of explaining hope without in-your-face support, cause and effect. Like feeling the sharp pain of being smacked in the face without ever seeing anyone or anything that hit you.

    No Earth, no religion. It isn’t what religion is, it’s what humans do with it. That’s my new view.

    Q: You believed that scientific work was the only road that could lead humanity to direct knowledge of itself, the Earth, and the cosmos. Moreover, you rejected the ideas of extrasensory perception, reincarnation, the soul, the afterlife, ghosts, and spirits because they could not be scientifically verifiable. Given where you are right now, do you still hold these beliefs?

    CH:     Science can’t investigate its limits, because the human scientific process requires proof from evidence inside the limits. The challenge is to accept the limits as but a border or frontier, and that beyond lies something unseen from the human side. Human scientific process has always required an effect within perception this is fine but mistakenly assumes the cause and explanation ALSO have to be entirely within the limitations.

    The speed of light is a good example. To say interplanetary travel across many light years requires not two decades but less than two hours, means the limit to the speed of light, isn’t.  Prove it. Ha ha, cannot. See?

    No, I don’t hold those beliefs now. They were human ideas I developed from dislike of religion’s application of its authority. It told tells people the souls of their dead friends and relatives pass on, then asks for money to operate the institution. Religion doesn’t offer contact to match the memory, and to those expecting it, this amounts to false hope. We’re not going to see our dead relatives while still on Earth, period, and this is part of the deal. We take on this trait, characteristic and quality when we choose to incarnate and live on Earth. Religions too often take command of groups, taking advantage of beliefs and hopes, without offering anything else.

    My dislike of religion was this aspect of it; that it built a hierarchy around beliefs that did little for the membership and everything for the leaders.

    I now see the bigger picture. As do you!

    Take good and regular care with your prayers, my best wishes, Christopher….


    Questioner reaction to these two Qs & As

    Ah, man. Awesome responses by Mr. Hitchens. Such a huge fan of The Hitch. His wit, writing skills, and power of oratory are unmatched. I would constantly criticize my family members for reading their Bibles, believing the Bible served no useful purpose. One day, it hit me like a ton of bricks. I watched my sister, from afar, reading her Bible, and I could just FEEL the Bible giving her tremendous amounts of strength. She had been going through some difficulties at the time. I knew, then, that criticizing others for their religious beliefs was just wrong. Who am I to criticize what gives hope to others? Reading and watching videos of atheist rhetoric was one of the reasons I would criticize others. I knew a lot of Hitchens’ criticisms of religion were valid, but I also needed to learn that people’s hopes and connection to a religion were valid and important as well. Hitchens, in this channeling, perfectly lays out that while religion does have some things it needs to work on, it can also be a powerful means for people to feel and express hope. I find the prayer comment at the end HILARIOUS (LOL) because I was really debating with myself about sneaking in a third question about prayer in schools. I withdrew my question at the last moment. It was still answered, LOL !!


  • December17th2015


    Okay, I have a couple of other polls for you. One is to decide between NYC and Boston as a tour stop and the other is to decide where in Canada to go. Have at it!

    Enjoy the last part of our Brittany Murphy interview. 

    Me: Yeah. Can you share a life that most influenced your life as Brittany Murphy?

    Brittany (clapping her hands together): My god.

    Jamie (chuckling): She says, “Oh my god” quite a bit.

    Me: I can just see that.

    (Long pause)

    Jamie (to Brittany): What is that?


    Jamie (to Brittany): No, just tell me. You don’t have to give me the pictures. She’s showing me memories. This is a life that’s in the future. It’s not a life from the past. I’m in (pause) Tell me what that is! (Pause) That’s a music studio? Holy cow! It looks like a spaceship. I asked her if we were in flight, and she said we weren’t. It’s all stainless steel, buttons and knobs. It looks like a spaceship. She’s in a life where she’s making music. She’s a woman. She’s producing music, and she owns the studio. It’s hers. She’s married.

    Brittany (clapping): Yay! I’m married!

    Me: Aw.

    Jamie: She’s really happy about being married.

    Brittany: I was always behind the scenes in that life, and I wanted to do something that was in front of the scenes. The trick was, I really have a hard time balancing out. I do one thing, and I do it really, really well. I have a hard time adding other things to my life and keep my balance. In this life, I have a family; I have a wonderful marriage; I got to be a part of music, but I never got the stage.

    Me: Ah.

    Brittany: I think that experience led me to want to be on the stage. I got that, but I failed to have sweet marriage and kids, and of course, as many people would want to see the stupidity of my death.

    Jamie (t Brittany): No, I don’t think everybody sees it like that.

    Me: Of course not. You know, between the two lives, you had it all. Think of it that way.

    Brittany: I do like to think of it that way. I just mush those two together. Every life offers different experiences. If you didn’t like the shoes that you had in this life, guess what? You can completely change them for another one.

    Me: That’s right. So anything else about that life?

    Brittany: No. I think that was the one that drove me to be this person that I was.

    Me: Excellent. Do you have any messages for us? Any words of wisdom?

    Jamie: When she opens her eyes, she’s got a little white. Her eyes. I mean they can get so round.

    Me: Yes. They’re so beautiful, too.

    Brittany: A message? Hm. Never be afraid to ask for help. It won’t bruise your ego. It will just increase you r knowledge.

    Me: I like that.

    Brittany: Yeah, yeah. That was big for me. Yeah, yeah.

    Me: She says that a lot. “Yeah, yeah.” How about you, Erik? Would you like to ask Brittany anything?


    Jamie (to Erik, laughing): No, that’s not a question.

    Erik: I like you a lot with brown hair as well as blond.

    Me: Oh, okay. I’m sure she had both. So any question, Erik?

    Erik: Nope.

    Me: Have you two met before?


    Jamie (to Erik): Um I’m the one you need to talk to, not each other.

    Me: Huh?

    Jamie: They’re talking to each other.

    Me: Okay.

    Erik: No, we didn’t know each other from before.

    Me: No, I mean have you guys met before in the afterlife?

    Erik: Yes.

    Me: Okay, Well you’re just a social butterfly over there.

    Erik: I think I have to be with all those names on our list.

    Me: I know!

    Erik: Don’t you want them to say, “yes?”

    Me: Yeah, that’s true. All right. Well, thank you so much, Brittany. I appreciate this, and I’m so glad you that you’re in a place that you deserve. It’s wonderful; it’s beautiful.

    Brittany (whispering): Thank you.

    Me: Aw.

    Brittany: I love you guys. Thank you so much.

    Me: Well, guess what? We love you, too!

    Jamie: She’s so nice!

    Me: She is.

    Jamie: I thought maybe she’d have a little bit more attitude.

    Me: No, she’s very sweet.

    Brittany: Y’all have a good day, okay?

    Jamie: Oh, that’s it. The south. Y’all.

    Me: Yeah! Okay, be, Brittany.

    Jamie: She waves her hand rally fast, then leaves.

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    Thanks for voting, guys!


  • December16th2015


    I found out that medium, Mimi Bonhomme, channels celebrities. You guys need to check her out! Here’s a message from her:

    I founded Psychic Punx for intuitive people who embrace their sixth sense but who do not resonate or fit in with the current wave of new age spirituality. I’m hoping that in time, Psychic Punx will provide support to a more alternative crowd who is sensitive and intuitive, but who is more on the margins of the spiritual movement. We are part of a growing movement that includes Dharma Punx, black yoga, and more. For now, Psychic Punx focuses on afterlife interviews with well-known or infamous spirits, most of whom had a bit more of a rebellious streak in them than, say, an angelic one. The intent behind these interviews is to gain a greater understanding of a spirit’s purpose by looking back on their life, their actions, challenges, lessons learned, etc. All our afterlife interviews are done by myself and resident mediums William Adley and Alison Allan. We approach each spirit with respect and love, regardless of who they were or what they did, and never share delicate or sensitive information. We always ask the same detached, opened questions in all our interviews and these questions were directly inspired by you and your interview style! And so I wanted to take a moment to thank you Elisa, for your courage, curiosity, and strength – and of course, for the inspiration behind the Psychic Punx interviews!

    Now for Part Two of Brittany’s interview.

    What insights did you have when you crossed over? Any a ha moments?

    Jamie (Bursting out laughing): Her first response was, “Fuck! This happened?”

    Me (laughing): Oh no!

    Brittany: I really didn’t think I was that sick! People need to know that. I wasn’t in any pain. I was taking the medication I was told to take. I was misdiagnosed. You know, people get shortness of breath when they get colds.

    Me: Yeah.

    Brittany: I just hadn’t been in that position, and it cropped up in a few days. I thought, “This will clear up.” Well, yep, life cleared up all right!

    Jamie (chuckling): She’s being kind of funny about it!

    Me: So you weren’t feeling that bad, then “boom,” that was it, huh?

    Brittany: Yeah. Just like a little tired, and I was getting up and moving around. I wasn’t bedridden. It was just insane to think I was that sick, and then I realized that “This is how I checked out” I thought, “Holy shit. This has to be the end!” I don’t think I could say, “I shoulda, woulda, coulda.”

    Me: Mm.

    Brittany: I did take care of myself.

    Me: Yeah. So any other insights? That’s a hugie, too. (I have no idea how to spell that.” Any other insights about Heaven, Earth—anything?

    Brittany: Oh my god, it’s incredible here.

    Me: Ah, good.

    Brittany: The one phenomenal thing that I didn’t line up before –

    Jamie: She’s saying that she was raised—

    (Pause as Jamie listens to her)

    Jamie (to Brittany): No, but I didn’t grow up here. How do you know that information? That’s kind of creepy! She looked at me and said, “I was raised by you. I was raised Baptist,” and I said, ‘You were?’

    Brittany: Yeah, right here in Atlanta.

    Jamie: But I didn’t grow up in Atlanta but I’ve been surrounded by that Bible belt religion. Thad’s weird that she gets to find out about that kind of stuff.

    Me: Did Erik give her a cheat sheet or something?

    Erik: Isn’t that what I’m supposed to do, prompt the people, especially if you’re interviewing them?

    Jamie: I’m not interviewing them. Just listening.

    Brittany: Being raised Baptist and then getting out from under that and then studying the broader aspects of Catholicism, it was never discussed that when you die you get the freedom to help the ones left behind. It was phenomenal to find out that I didn’t cease to exist. I got to live on and still be involved in the life that I left. That was an opportunity that I didn’t expect. You know, I wanted to believe it was true, but I had this thing, “Well I won’t believe it’s true and if it is, then I can be doubly excited. I was doubly excited about what we resented to me.

    Me: You seem to be a very excitable person. You got excited about things. You were excited about life.


    Jamie: Um, she’s talking about her boyfriend. She says that he’s there. Her boyfriend passed away?

    Me: I’m not sure. Brittany don’t really know much about your personal life.

    Brittany: That’s okay. It’s nice to meet someone who doesn’t.

    I laugh.


    Jamie: That’s sad.

    (Long pause)

    Jamie: She said he died from being lovesick.

    Me: Aw.

    Brittany: I’m with him.

    Me: Good.

    Brittany: Because I have his support, we’ve really been able to heal out wounds about leaving life early.

    Be sure to listen to my interview with host, Leslie Green, on Pixie Dust Radio HERE!


  • December15th2015

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    Exciting news, guys! Erik wants to host a multi-city tour starting sometime this summer. Many of the Channeling Erik mediums will attend to give readings, some (like Heather, Jamie and Kim O’Neill) will teach and some will trance channel Erik. Here’s a poll so that you can let me know which cities you’d be willing to attend. You can choose multiple ones, of course. That’d qualify you as a bonafide Erik groupie!

    For some reason, the Brittany Murphy interview has gone missing, so per someone’s request, I’m reposting it.

    Me: Let’s call in Brittany Murphy. She was an actress, a young one, and I think she died in the shower maybe of pneumonia? I also think she had diabetes, but I can’t swear to it.

    Jamie: Okay. He left to get her.


    Jamie: Here she is. She’s perky!

    Brittany: Hi!

    Me: I just watched that mock documentary, Drop Dead Gorgeous so I was thinking about you. That’s one of our family’s favorite movies, Erik, too. He used to quote lines from it all the time. We watched it last night, so I’ve been thinking about you all morning.

    Brittany: Why thank you. Glad you liked it!

    Me: Do you know why you’re here?

    Jamie: She was talking about coming back to her hometown. She’s from Georgia. Atlanta.

    Me: Oh! We’ll how about that!

    Jamie: Welcome home!

    Me: Did Erik explain a little bit about why you’re here?

    Brittany: Oh yeah.

    Me: Okay. The first question is did you have some sort of spiritual mission in your life as Brittany Murphy?

    Jamie: I’m giggling because I like her. She’s very bubbly and her hands move when she talks. She’s real friendly. Her hair is long. It’s not pulled back. It’s down.

    Me: Mm hmm.

    Brittany: My spiritual mission was about acceptance.

    Me: Oh!

    Brittany: I can put it into one word. How’s that?

    Me: Wow, that’s pretty dang good. You cut to the chase, girl! Are you talking about acceptance of yourself or acceptance of other people?

    Brittany: Both. Definitely both. I had a hard time accepting my looks and who I was. My personality seemed to outshine others even though I wasn’t trying to. That was just who I was, and then when—


    Jamie (giggling): Sorry, she’s just chatting away, and I got lost. My bad!

    Brittany: When my parent divorces, my life divided. I realized that that wasn’t the norm, so I started looking for acceptance from my surroundings: other people, my school, family, and through my personality and my cuteness, that’s what did it. I started acting as a kid

    Jamie (chuckling): She’s not bragging.

    Brittany: I didn’t even need training. It was just who I was.

    Me: It seemed natural. You’re full of personality. A force to be reckoned with.

    Brittany: Thank you!

    Jamie: She liked that.

    Brittany: I also learned to accept people who were sort of put off by my bubbliness and high energy. I didn’t understand why they were because I didn’t think it was a bad thing. I guess it was too intense and ‘in your face.”

    Me: Their loss. What were you here to learn besides acceptance, if you were here to learn anything else? That’s a biggie though.

    Brittany: Oh a biggie, biggie.


    Jamie (laughing): She just whacked Erik in the arm.

    I laugh, too.

    Jamie: She’s talking to him.

    Brittany: I don’t think I needed to learn anything else.

    Jamie: Erik started coaching her like, “This is what the question means,” and she reached out and whacked him one.

    Brittany: That was the thing that was present in my whole life.

    Me: What about to teach? Were you here to teach anything to an individual or a collective?

    Brittany: I think so, maybe in the end.

    Jamie: She passed away.

    Brittany: Maybe to teach people not to be so stupid with themselves, not to be so arrogant with their own health thinking that they’ll be okay. Always ask for help when you know you don’t feel well.

    Me: Mm. Okay. Do you think you accomplished most of what you came here to do?

    (Long pause as Brittany ponders the question)

    Brittany: Yeah.

    Me: Yeah, I think you did.

    Jamie (chucking): Her facial—she has a lot of facial expressions. She just kind of curled her face up and goes, “Yeah.”

    Not sure what “curled her face up” means.

    Me: I know!

    Please enjoy my interview with host, Leslie Green, on Love, Trust and Pixie Dust on eWoman radio by clicking HERE. It airs tomorrow. I’ll remind you tomorrow!


  • October2nd2015


    The trailer for the documentary appears on Victor Zammit’s Friday Night Afterlife Reports. I only bring this up to encourage you all to subscribe to these reports. It’s free and so, so informative. Plus Victor and his wife, Wendy, are great people. They do so much to further our cause. To see this week’s report, click HERE. To subscribe, go to his homepage, HERE.

    Tomorrow at 11:00 AM CT, Jamie, Erik and I are going to be interviewed live on Personal Empowerment with Jean Maurie and Maggiemoon. Click HERE to listen! Should be fun to see what antics Erik will be up to, so hold on to your seats!

    Some more exciting news: I’m having another giveaway, this time, the prize is a chance to talk to Erik through medium, Kim Babcock. All you have to do is write a review for Erik’s book and copy and paste them into Amazon, Goodreads and Barnes and Noble. If you’ve already done this, then you’re a qualified entrant. Click here to enter: a Rafflecopter giveaway

    Now, for the final installment of Sonny Bono’s interview! Enjoy!

    Me: Do you have any regrets?

    Jamie (laughing): He teasingly pulled his jacket back and reached into his pocket, and he goes, “Let me go through a few.”

    Me: Oh no! Let’s just go with the biggest one.

    Sonny: They’re all small; they’re all small. The biggest one is—I was really bad at saying goodbye. I was really bad at making closures. Because of that lack of understanding of how to do that, I burned some bridges, and I really regret that. I never really wanted to hurt anybody’s feelings.

    Me: Okay. That’s a small one. I’m sure they forgive you. You’re a loving man. What was your proudest accomplishment?

    Erik (leaning toward Sonny): Learning how to ski?

    Me: Uh oh. Oh, Erik! Have a heart, baby!

    Jamie (giggling): But Sonny thinks it’s so funny! Erik has the same type of humor, but they’re just bantering like that the whole time. It’s pretty funny.

    Sonny (without even breaking a smile, turns to Erik): Well, that was a good day in my life, but it wasn’t the best.

    Jamie and I laugh.

    Me: Well, Erik, it wasn’t like you were an accomplished skier, Mister Half-Norwegian!

    Erik: Stab me in the heart!

    We all laugh.

    Sonny: If I had to pin it down to a single moment, I’d have to say when I became nominated into office. I knew I would finally have that chance to have my voice heard.

    Me: And I bet looking back from your new perspective, you still consider that your biggest accomplishment.

    Sonny: I do. It requires votes from the people; it was so touching that I could finally feel what community was really like. That support stayed with me until the end of my days.

    Me: God, we need you back! Dude, seriously! Now, what past life affected the last one?

    Sonny: Erik and I discussed this at the gathering that we were at, because we thought it was such a profound question because it’s not something that the human would ask another human—let alone does the human have that information to recognize, “Oh, that’s what I did before, and this is what I want to do now.” I was a French female aristocrat in the 1600s. 1620. I was associated with the Royal Palace in Paris—Lady of the Court.

    Me: Oh, Lady in Waiting?

    Jamie: Lady in Waiting?

    Me: Maybe. I don’t know.

    Sonny: I was always in the high-end world—the riches. I was always traveling in the best way, the easiest way. As a woman, I wasn’t allowed to have political knowledge or input. It was very removed. I so enjoyed that life, being a rebel, a woman, and sitting and discussing with the men—

    Jamie: She seems to be the only woman in the room. I see men in really nice fabric suits. They’re not tuxedos, but really nice fabric suits—blues and creams and gold colors. They’re smoking cigars, and this woman is propped in the middle, it looks like on an ottoman. And she’s listening and engaging with them in political jargon—

    Me: So you really mean “court,” not like the court in terms of royalty back then.

    Sonny: No, not judicial.

    Me: Okay.

    Sonny: In that, I gained so much knowledge about the royal life, where the men are, the men in war, what’s happening, the decisions between countries, that on several occasions, I was asked for my opinion, but always in private. Never was I sexually harassed or abused. I was treated almost as if I had entertainment value, but always with such high regard. I loved that life and wanted to do it again, but in the right way—as a man—and in the right arena, and I wanted to have both of those worlds. (entertainment and politics)

    Me: Oh!

    Sonny: I got just that!

    Me: That’s awesome. Now, Erik, do you have any questions before we ask him if he has any last words, so to speak?

    Erik: No, no. I’m good. We’re going to go play later.

    Me: Oh good! Yeah, y’all can go skiing!

    Sonny (laughing to Erik): Now you got your mom started!

    Me: Well, where do you think he gets it, Sonny?

    Sonny laughs.

    Me: Teach Sonny how to snowboard because you were pretty good at that.

    Jamie: Sonny agrees to it.

    Me: All right. From your new perspective, do you have any messages for humanity or for family members like Cher, one of your children, or your family as a whole?

    Sonny: Or my wife?

    Me: Oh, okay, Sorry.

    Jamie laughs.

    Me: I didn’t know he had another wife.

    Jamie (whispers): Me neither.

    Sonny: The thing that I’d like to tell everybody is that every voice counts. Every voice matters. I don’t mean that in a larger political scale as it would sound, but I do mean it as within your family structures, within your friendship structures. And it’s very important to vote. If you want to make the changes, you have to vote. Please teach your children political viewpoints and have them vote.

    Me: Okay.

    Sonny: I would like to see a program in all of the public schools where they learn the politics and within the school system, they vote. Then after the 18 and above, they can vote and the school can compare their votes to see if they were equivalent to the masses in the United States. This is the only way we’re going to teach this habit to our children.

    Me: Okay.

    Sonny: My family knows I love them; I kiss them every day.

    Me: Aw.

    Sonny: Bless my wife. She has stood up and taken care of our kids and she has—

    Jamie Erik, come on! Stop!


    Jamie: It’s strobing! The computer is totally strobing, and then it’s layered. I wish I could show you.

    Me: It looks good from this side, so it’s probably them; they’re energy is probably so high, especially the two of them together.

    Sonny: My wife has stood up and is helping the causes I started.

    Me: Oh, how wonderful!

    Sonny: So, my life is very full, still.

    Me: Aw, that’s great.

    Sonny: Thank you for the opportunity today. You have a wonderful son.

    Me: Aw, thank you, and I’m glad Erik has a wonderful friend.

    Sonny (touching his chest): Yes he does.

    Sonny reaches over and pats Erik on the shoulder.

    Sonny (to Erik): Take care of her.

    Jamie: Meaning you.

    Me: Aw.

    Sonny: Thank you, Jamie.

    Me: Well, thank you, Sonny.

    Jamie: It’s weird, all of the spirit guides today have turned away and walked through the wall and just disappeared.

    Me: What does that mean?

    Jamie; Normally, I just see them disappear.

    Me: Oh, so they’re walking Sonny out? Is that what it is?

    Jamie: Yeah. He just turned and walks away. It was a dark suit—

    Me: So, he still has an entourage!

    Sonny Bono and Family

    Sonny Bono and Family

  • October1st2015


    Today is absolutely gorgeous. Eighty-two degrees and not a cloud in the sky. It’s days like these that remind me to be grateful for the simple pleasures like not having to endure 98 degrees and 3,000% humidity. Of course, even under those circumstances, I lovingly caress my keratin-treated tresses repeating, “You can suck it, demon moisture. No more bad hair days for moi.”  You guys know how happy I am to have discovered my at-home keratin treatments and Chaga mushroom face products. Those and my new coffee travel mug have brought me such joy recently.

    So, I’m sitting outside, working on my laptop, watching for hawks in the corner of my eye lest any of them start circling Bella. If she gets nabbed, I guess the whole “grateful for the simple pleasures” thing will get kicked to the curb, but I hold out hope that she’ll be fine. 

    Quick announcement: Saturday at 11:00 AM CT Jamie, Erik and I will be on the show, Personal Empowerment for a full 90 minutes. Join in on the fun and see if Erik pranks or teases the hosts, Jean Maurie and Maggiemoon! I’ll announce this again tomorrow. Click HERE for the link. 

    Now for Part Two of the Sonny Bono interview. 

    Sonny: I love my children.

    Me: Aw.

    Jamie: Child-ren. He’s telling me that he has (unintelligible either 3 or 4.)

    Me: I don’t know. I’ll have to check. Well, I don’t have to check; I’ll just take your word for it. Now, was it your destiny to die when and how you did?

    Sonny: I wouldn’t have consciously known that. Someone had to come and tell me that.

    Me: Oh.

    Sonny: I couldn’t be more grateful that it was a fast transition because everyone around me knew that I didn’t want to have a slow death. I spent a lot of my life trying to get away from pain, and one of my fears was that I would have to face it through a long suffering death.

    Me: Aw, I’m so glad you didn’t.

    Erik (to Sonny): Didn’t you used to do drugs?

    Sonny: I did. I used drugs to get away from the pain of daily life.

    Me: Oh, yeah.

    Jamie: M. M name. Not meth.

    Me: MDMA like ecstasy? MSNBC, no I don’t know!

    Jamie giggles.

    Me: Marijuana!

    Sonny (laughing): Everybody did that!

    Me: Oh, okay.

    Jamie: Morphine?

    Me: Morphine! Oh, wow! Okay.

    Jamie: How do you say it again?

    Me: Morphine.

    Jamie: It’s just two syllables?

    Me: Yeah, morphine. Is it something else, maybe?

    Jamie: Cuz the way he says it, it kind of sounds like three, like moraphine.

    Me: Moraphine. Aw, okay. So, why was it your destiny, then, Sweetie?

    Sonny: You know, I think we all have an expiration date, and what was more valuable to me was to leave a greater impact on the world, my work, the safety of the people, the rules that I was trying to implement, and the ideals I was trying to protect. Often, we can stay in our own way. We think we’re doing our best work for ourselves and for the people around us in our environment, when really we’re getting in our own way and we’re stopping ourselves from progressing. If you can just leave, then people value the work that you’ve done and take it to the next level. If I was still there, it would not have gone to the next level.

    Me: Well, they might have just concentrated on your personal life instead of your work, which is very often the case nowadays.

    Sonny: Exactly! When did politics become personal!

    Me: Yes! You were a politician as well. What do you think of the state of the world, now?

    Erik (laughing): Politics started becoming personal when movie stars started becoming politicians!

    Sonny laughs.

    Me; Exactly!

    Sonny: Good one! Well, I think I can do more work here to help the state of the world, and that is what I’m focused on.

    Me: So, that’s your work there. Great! Can you describe what your afterlife looks like? We know what you do—your life’s work there—but what does it look like? Do you live in house?

    Jamie: He’ll tell you, but he was just saying that you don’t even have to finish school to make a difference in the world.

    Erik: That’s the dropout!

    He had mentioned that this would be the day of the dropouts.

    Me: Oh!

    Erik: I wanted to talk to people who passed away that dropped out of school.

    Me: And if we talk to McKenna next, we’ll be talking to someone who drops acid! So, tell me, Sonny, what about your afterlife?

    Jamie: He’s really good about remembering the questions and staying on task. He’s a really good interviewer or speaker. He’ll just bring it right back around and go over it.

    Sonny: My environment where I am now consists mostly of being—

    Jamie (to Sonny): So, you’re not trapped, that’s just the word you’re using? Okay.

    Sonny:—being trapped in the human room and then conferences and meetings in different government levels of the United States and through Europe.

    Me: Mm!

    Sonny: But I’m not really trapped. I choose to be there. There’s just so many that if you are in spirit and you’re trying to follow through with one ideal, one law, one motion, you need to be at every meeting to see who are the people who are influencing it the most, and then that is who you choose to work with.

    Erik: So, it sounds like you switched more to a political world than an entertainment world.

    Sonny: Yes.

    Me: Well, there’s a little bit of bleed-through on that one! A lot of politicians are great actors!

    Jamie (laughing, to Sony): She got you!

    Me: They have to be! So, what insight did you gain, given your new perspective in the afterlife?

    Sonny: There are a lot of dummies in the human race.

    Me: I know. I’m one of them sometimes. I can vouch for that.

    Sonny: I don’t necessarily think that I would put that label on you. You’re searching for the greater cause and not searching the rule or definition of it to put with it. Those are the dummies.

    Me: Oh, okay. You’re such a brilliant man! Were you here to learn anything?

    Sonny: I know I was here to learn commitment and love. I found it many times!

    I laugh hard at the fact that he found commitment several times.

    Sonny: I couldn’t keep a commitment.

    Me: Oh, that’s so funny. What about to teach? Were you here to teach anything?

    Sonny: Yes.

    Me: That’s probably the biggest part.

    Sonny: Yes, that was my greatest passion. It’s what drove me to continue working and continue living.

    Me: Oh, good. And what were you here to teach?

    Sonny: I’m here to teach the dummies.

    Jamie laughs.

    Jamie: He quickly gives me this flash image in my head of one of those yellow books.

    Me: Oh, yeah. Something or Other for Dummies.

    Jamie: Yeah, The Afterlife for Dummies.

    Me: Maybe we’ll have to steal that title when we write our book! So what were you here to teach—if you had to –

    Sonny: I’m here to teach the people who are living about the quality of the afterlife so that they would change who they were or are while they’re alive.

    Stay tuned for the final part tomorrow, guys!

    Sonny looking so happy!

    Sonny looking so happy!

    Also, don’t forget to write a review for Erik’s book if you’ve read it. Its success is very important to both Erik and me, and it makes all of this hard and costly work worthwhile. It doesn’t have to be long, and remember that when you contribute to the book’s success, that means you’re helping to change lives. Here are three links to places to copy and paste your review:




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  • September30th2015


    Yesterday, Erik did lots of crazy stuff during my session with Jamie. The first thing he did was make both of our FaceTime windows spin. Then, on Jamie’s screen, he turned me into an old man with gray hair! Why couldn’t he have made me look young and beautiful! From the corner of my eye, I could see my “picture in a picture” change, but the recorded video only shows a white film appearing over me. There were other quirky odds and ends during the session, too. I think he’s so happy with how well received his book is that his naughtiness has reached new heights! No doubt he loves it when you guys write rave reviews, share the love on your Facebook timeline, recommend the book to your family and friends and more. This is your way of showing him love and appreciation, something he didn’t think he got much of in life. Thanks, guys. This means a lot to me.

    Great news! Jamie is going to trance channel Erik for us online. To participate, sign up HERE, and be sure to get online early to get your question for Erik on the top of the list!

    Here’s Part One of the Sonny Bono interview. Many of you may have watched in on the Channeling Erik YouTube channel. 

    Me: Now, I’m going to let you choose between these two, Jamie. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross or Terrence McKenna, the guy who was into psychedelics.

    Jamie: Is that the LSD guy?

    Me: I think. No, that was, um, I’m blanking. It’s hell to be old. Well, Terence McKenna, I think he believed in like opening up the mind and the pineal gland and that with DMT and other things, but I heard about him from the blog members, but gosh, I can’t remember for the life of me what they said about him. Also, there’s Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, too or Jack Kevorkian. You choose.

    Jamie: Wow, he’d be so intriguing!

    Me: Yeah!

    Jamie (laughing): Erik’s here. He’s introducing me to someone whose name we did not mention today.

    Me: Oh, okay. That’s fine. Who ya got there, Buddy!

    Erik: Sonny Bono!

    Me: Sonny Bono.

    Jamie: Is he on the list?

    Me: Yeah, he’s on the list. It’s fine. Okay, but next time, Jamie gets to pick! All right. Hello, Mr. Bono.

    Jamie (giggling: It’s his voice!

    Me: Oh, my gosh!

    Jamie: He’s so polite.

    Me: Aw.

    Jamie: He’s got a blazer on.

    Me: Oh, wow. (I had expected tie-dyed or psychedelic hippy garb that would glow under a black light.)

    Sonny: Hello, and thanks for putting this together. This has really turned out to be a wonderful experience. I met Erik at a music gathering, and Erik mentioned to me that you were putting together a book, and I told him I was very interested in participating.

    Me: Oh! That’s wonderful!

    I feel goose bumps on my right leg. It must be either Erik or Sonny making sure I’m transcribing this accurately! Back seat scribes!)

    Jamie (to Sonny): So, this is why you’re here today, cuz you just met each other?

    Sonny: Yes.

    Erik (reaching over to tap Sonny’s shoulder): It’s ski season coming up, too.

    Jamie: That’s so bad!

    Me: Oh, no! You’re so bad!

    In case you didn’t know, Sonny died in a skiing accident.

    Jamie: He takes a joke really well—Sonny. He’s not, um—

    Me: Oh, I can imagine. He was such –he is such a delightful person. Sonny, what kind of belief system did you abide by when you were here?

    Jamie: He was joking before. He said he lived through four marriages; he can definitely live through this small interview with your son.

    I laugh.

    Jamie: So, pretty much he can dish out anything that you want.

    Me: Of course.

    Jamie: He can handle it.

    Sonny: I grew up in an Italian family; I was raised Roman Catholic. You really didn’t have a choice. Nobody sat down with you in my family in a room and said, “Here are the beliefs systems. What would you like to choose?”

    Me: So, no smorgasbord?

    Sonny: None. Nothing. It was what you were given; it was what our family had always been, and it was what you were going to do, too.

    Me: Okay.

    Sonny: It’s instilled in a lot of the choices I make today—the practices of the Roman Catholic world.

    Me: Interesting. Did your beliefs change in any way after you crossed over?

    Jamie: No, he was talking about as he got older, Scientia—scienti—

    Me: Scientology?

    Jamie: Scientology. He got into Scien—scientology, and it helped him find a voice for a lot of the things he was experiencing that the Roman Catholic world wasn’t open to.

    Sonny: Now, after I passed away, what a relief!

    Me: Hm!

    Jamie (to Sonny): What do you think is so funny? Kind of bizarre. “What a relief!”

    Me: Aw!

    Sonny: It was nice to know that the confinement that I was taught all this time—that I should go along with religion—just didn’t exist. It was such a joy to me to realize that you could behave the way you wish, love the way you wish, experience God the way you wish, and you’re always going to be in the right.

    Me: That’s awesome!

    Erik (to Sonny, joking): That’s so awesome, you should make a song about it!

    Me: Oh boy. They’re already fast friends. Sonny, tell me what your transition was like. I can imagine it was pretty quick.

    Sonny: I tell ya, I tell ya—

    Jamie (giggling): His hands are out with little short gestures.

    Sonny: I tell you, I did not see the tree coming.

    Me: Well, of course not.

    Jamie: So he was in a ski accident. That was why the joke was funny. He was not out of control and not able to steer away. It was not that kind of accident.

    Sonny: It was complete surprise.

    Me: Okay. So the transition was quick. Bam! You were suddenly in the afterlife? Is that what you’re saying?

    Sonny: No, I lingered in the body for some time.

    Me: Oh, okay.

    Sonny: I could remember seeing the white of the snow, the white of the snow, and then I saw white—again, white. I thought it was still the snow, but then I recognized that I wasn’t lying down, that I was somehow upright; I was standing.

    Me: Oh.

    Sonny: It was none of the surroundings of the mountain I was on, but everything was white. So, it went from the white snow on the Earth to white light in the heavens.

    Me: Oh. How interesting. Was it very painful or, hopefully not.

    Jamie (laughing): No, he has no recollection of pain! He’s telling me he remembers saying again and again in his head, “What the hell was that?”

    I laugh.

    Sonny: It was such a quick surprise; I didn’t have any time to feel the pain or identify what caused it or what was about to happen. All I had time to do was say, ‘What was that? What the hell was that?’

    Me: Oh, my gosh.

    Erik and Sonny laugh.

    Sonny: About that time, everything else started happening as well, you know, when you start to realize that you’re not in pain, that you’re not hurting and that it felt more like a dream than it felt like in life. So, then you start to wonder, ‘How did I get here.” That’s when it dawned on me that something had gone wrong, but I didn’t want to cry about it. I didn’t feel sad about it. I didn’t hurt about it.

    Jamie: He straightens up his jacket.

    Sonny: You embrace it, and you embrace it not because you think that’s the next thing to do—that that’s the next step. It overcomes you in such a way that every part of your body—not just the outside, but also the inside—it drops before you and wants to embrace everything that’s around you. It has to be one of the most beautiful experiences I’ve had in my life—more so than being on stage, more so than being on TV, more so than my children.

    Me: Wow.

    Stay tuned for Part Two tomorrow!


  • September3rd2015


    Many of you asked for an interview with Lucifer and, voilà, your wish is Patrick’s command! Also, we have some new members so I’d like to encourage any of you who haven’t already done so to please subscribe to my YouTube channel. Lot’s of great stuff there! Click HERE.

    The name Lucifer always intrigued me, because it sounds like the word for “light” in several languages such as Spanish, Portuguese and a few others? Why is it negative?

    That’s as little as I know; I turned to Wikipedia for help. To summarize:

    Lucifer is the King James Bible rendering of the Hebrew word הֵילֵל is transliterated hêlêl or heylel and occurs only once in the Hebrew Bible, meaning shining one, morning star. The word Lucifer originates in Latin, meaning in that language, morning star, planet Venus or light-bringing. הֵילֵל in Greek is ἑωσφόρος (heōsphoros) “bringer of dawn”, for the morning star.

    Later Christian practice came to use the word a proper name for the devil; as he was before his fall, thus Lucifer has become a by-word for Satan the Devil in the church and popular literature.

    RQ       reader question

    Q         medium question

    C          The Committee, the medium’s group of Guardian Angels Guides.

    L          Lucifer

    E         Erik (who says, “you didn’t think I’d miss an opportunity to pass some gas here, did you?)

    RQ:      Why does Lucifer get such a bad rap, but the Angel Samael is also known for holding both good and evil yet still stands by God and has a place in Heaven.  I think he supposedly also took Lilith as a wife.  Unless i misunderstand the writings about him, Samael is still considered as good, and Lucifer is generally accepted as evil.

    I guess put simply, what is the difference between Samael and Lucifer that Lucifer is consider[ed] ‘split off’ and Samael is still a ‘God man.’ 

    C:         The negative reputation is human given; as with many aspects of religion and the institutions built around them or to create them. We mean to say, the institution chooses the religion to justify the institution and vice versa.

    Other than a story told by humans to humans, what negative things on Earth have been perpetrated by Lucifer?

    To offer the view of a fallen Angel requires a belief in a God, a central authority with power, control and ability over the believer. This is very true, if one’s belief creates it. If one does not believe in authority over all humanity, what being can fall?

    The notion of fallen Angel carries much judgment, condemnation and classification. Who shall create the criteria of classification for inclusion or otherwise?

    Mankind on Earth is free to select or reject the criteria it prefers; the great advantage of the limited perception a journey offers is the ability to create circumstance. In your true home of Heaven, you create circumstance for yourself, however never for another, against their preference. On Earth, however, the some of you may create environments for the others among you, completely against the preference of the subjects, in some instances.

    The notion of Lucifer exists from the extension of this human view into Heaven, where it does not operate.

    Q:        There are examples of spiritual interference on Earth, aren’t there? Demonic-like things carried out by spirits with ill will, done purposely to create havoc for the observation pleasure of the bad actors?

    E:         Oh, hell yes, and by that standard, I am a devil!

    C:         Certainly yet the many of you are protected by your spirit guides, in nearly all instances. The rare few that occur do so often with your agreement, that you cannot remember on Earth.

    Q:        What do demons – souls with bad intent – do to humans, by unconscious consent or otherwise?          

    C:         They provoke interpersonal conflicts. They are not interested in physical acts, many of which do not create the reactions they prefer, the truly vigorous reactions. The intense, heavy conflicts among humans erupt from ideas, what are called emotions, feelings and emotional pain.

    Q:        Do souls with ill intent use physical acts to create havoc or chaos?

    C:         Yes, often appearing briefly as a physical person.

    Q:        How common is this stuff?

    C:         Extremely rare.

    Q:        Some people will fear devilish things, and believe they can’t control them.

    C:         The sensation of fear is evidence protection insulates the fearful from any possibility. The subjects are unaware to a point you would call bliss.

    Q:        Esteemed Committee, can we ask Lucifer her/himself to answer questions?

    C:         Indeed.

    Q:        Erik, can you get the higher angel (Archangel?) in here for a chat?

    E:         Got a doughnut? OK, gimme a minute….. (Erik flies off like a cartoon character flash…)

    Q:        Esteemed Committee, while they’re gone, can you tell us about the imagery we so often see of Satan or Lucifer?

    C:         A human creation. There is some truth behind the visual appearance, yet it is adapted and modified to give the sensation of something sinister.

    Q:        I think there’s been a lot of writing about hierarchies and levels of spirits, angels, overlord archangels and so forth. Where does Lucifer fit in?

    C:         He fits where you chose to perceive him. There is no Heavenly hierarchy that matters to you, yet we understand humanity wishes to know of it, because mankind creates it. The idea of organization, as a counterforce to chaos, holds great appeal. The reality is, organization is an illusion, it is a chaos seen as arranged by human effort. It is still chaos or still organization.

    Off Earth away from its limitations, it is immediately seen that everything is perfectly organized and no efforts are required to create it. Yet the human view is that organization must be constructed; only within the limits of human body perception.

    We suggest Heaven be seen as a crowd of people. You may circle around the outer perimeter and see the arrangements, the configurations are very different even though the people in the crowd remain in the same spot relative to one another. Have them move around and mill about, as humans will say, and then the absence of organization is obvious to see, yet all of these people remain members of their families, groups of friends and work colleagues, to name just a few, despite the haphazard or absent organization the crowd displays.

    Lucifer is a member of the crowd, yet retains also his and her relationships with her or his friends. In this arrangement, Lucifer is deferred to as a wise and experienced authority.

    Q:        Looks like Erik’s back with Beelzebub! Lucifer, my apologies for the crude reference, I suspect it doesn’t apply.

    L:         No offense taken, I am amused by this and no apology accepted.

    E:         I accept for him; done.

    Q:        Him or her? Lucifer, do you appear or identify as female or male, in Heaven?

    L:         Neither, however the human definitions of a male are what we will use, to not stretch your human language limits to breaking.

    Q:        So, as you already know, my spirit guides say the image surrounding you is a human creation.

    L:         Yes.

    Q:        What could this mean, a fallen angel?

    L:         What humans call ex-communication, expulsion from the group. This concept requires the departing soul to old value in acceptance. You would not be worried about expulsion from the local chapter of New Mothers, you would wonder how such a mistake could be made. Your reaction to notice of your revoked membership is not involved in the decision to kick you out.

    The notion I fell out of favor requires the belief in a central, almighty and all powerful deity and also, my desire to be a member of a group such all powerful authority creates. Neither applies to me.

    Q:        Why doesn’t God apply to you?

    L:         We are all God; we all apply to one another. Consider a forest on Earth; can the trees expel one? You are as permanently a part of Heaven as a tree in the woods, and you never die or fall.

    Q:        In the human view of archangels, are you one?

    L:         Yes, inside the human society definition.

    Q:        What purpose does the idea you are a devil, a bad force and a foe of all good, do?

    L:         It creates a target for blame, a depository for defense and storage for condemnation. The creation of this concept prepares the terrain for planting of ideas and the planter can gain influence and a sense of accomplishment. Accomplishment of protection.

    Bad things, often inexplicable, surround all humans, always. The urge and need to respond, prevent, heal, make better and improve are fundamental to human development so making Lucifer the demon worked to that end.

    Q:        Do you mind that you’re depicted as evil?

    L:         No; I know that I am not. Pictures create images, reality is not altered by someone else’s view. A tall mountain is not shorter because a satellite view from above, looking down vertically upon it, reveals not its true prominence.

    Q:        We could toss all reference to Lucifer as the Prince of Darkness and evil from all books, movies and whatnot, and what effect would there be?

    L:         Don’t do that! How boring could things become….the villain always improves things.

    Q:        Mr. Lucifer, continuing with the male image, thank you for coming to chat.

    L:         Your friend you must thank, for he is the linchpin to a such a growing segment of human awareness, that he will become the new prince.

    Q:        Erik, a prince?

    E:         Yes! The Prince of Prank…. Earl of Error, Duke of Dunk, Knight of Fright….you name it, I’m it.

    L:         Indeed and more. My appreciation and wishes for well being, for all. Good bye!

    I’ve received so much positive feedback from those of you who have read or are reading the book. Some of you cried, many of you laughed, some of you stayed awake all night to finish it (because it’s really hard to put down!), some of you were sad to finish it and some of you said the book will surely break records. I hope so because I’m so proud of Erik, and the more souls he reaches, the better the world will be. Thanks for spreading the word! Oh, and I just realized I didn’t post Part Two to yesterday’s post. That’ll come tomorrow. My mind is going fast!

  • July31st2015


    Here is the last installment of our interview with Tesla. Next week, I plan on posting a video of a session I had with Kim Babcock. I’ve scheduled test sessions with two others and plan a second try on another. When you’ve had a chance to see them all, I’ll create a poll so you can rank them. If there’s any doubt, we can have additional sessions. It’s hard to judge just with one. 

    Me: Are you incarnated now?

    Tesla: No.

    Robert (chuckling): He gives me this image of himself hovering.

    Me (chuckling): Waiting to make his grand entrance?

    Robert: No, it’s like there are people who are doing things—and it’s not just about electricity, energy and stuff like that. It’s about all sorts of different patterns that he has an affinity for. Like he shows this person who’s working as an engineer, and he’s standing behind him sending him everything he needs to know on a telepathic level to help him understand how to engineer something so that one little piece helps create something that will become disruptive in a very good way for humanity. It becomes the one little piece that, down the road, will become life changing.

    Me: Okay.

    Robert: I asked him just now if the cars—

    Me: Yeah, Tesla Motors? Let’s talk about how you feel about that.

    Robert: I asked him if that person he’s working with is part of that company.

    Tesla: I do that some, but not as much as you would think. If I compel myself to put all of my energy in that, then I wouldn’t really be living a “life” where I let all that go. I just come in if I’m needed and if it’s relevant to the bigger picture of things. It isn’t just limited to Tesla Motors, though.

    Me: So the work you do in your afterlife is to help other people like engineers—

    Tesla: There’s that aspect of it, but it’s not just mechanical things we create that funnel energy through it. It’s anything that allows energy to flow through it in a way that we identify with as happening.

    Me: What do you mean?

    Tesla: It could be a Reiki practitioner.

    Me: Oh, okay!

    Tesla: It could be a medium.

    Me: So you work with people involved with the flow of energy.

    Tesla: Yes. So it doesn’t have to be a mechanical thing. It can be a human body or another organic form. I teach some people how to release things, let them go. Energy is all about that. Energy has to have an influx and outflow.

    Me: What is your proudest achievement?

    Tesla: If there’s anything I’d attach the word, “pride” to, it’d be on what we just spoke of: to help awaken someone to something they didn’t know they could do.

    Me: No, your proudest achievement as a human.

    Robert: He’s showing me some sort of battery. He said, “The battery.”

    Me: Oh, okay.

    Robert: Did he invent the battery?

    Me: Oh, I have no idea. I’ll have to look that up. Well, where do you think the future of energy is?

    Robert: Oh, also, he said something about the fact that some of the work he did helped set the stage for the creation of solar panels. That’s how I’m interpreting it, anyway.

    Me: Oh okay.

    Robert: He gave me the image of a solar panel.

    Me: Okay, so where do you see the future of energy going?

    Tesla: To sustainability. That’s the simplest answer. There will be no worry in how much we’re consuming, and there will be no waste.

    Me: What kind of energy source is that going to be?

    Tesla: It will take several steps to get to the point where we have a limitless supply. Fusion is going to be a big step on that path.

    Me: Okay.

    Tesla: Not fission, but fusion. That will be widely used within 20 years, but containment is a very important aspect of that.

    Robert (laughing): Okay, he’s getting all excited about the fusion.

    Tesla: The great thing about fusion is that, unlike fission, which produces a lot of radiation that could leak out and do, harm, fusion—the kind I’m referring to—does not do that. This type of fusion will just simply fizzle out. It won’t produce all of that contamination. But eventually, we’ll be able to tap into the pattern that feeds this reality and that will become our unlimited source of power.

    Me: Awesome.

    Zero Point Energy, I bet. Dark matter? Dark energy? Should have asked.

    Tesla: And it won’t just fuel our mechanical devices. It’ll fuel our bodies, themselves.

    Me: Oh, interesting. So what do you think about the state of humanity now?

    Tesla: My simplest answer, which mirrors what other spirits have said, is that there is no concern. There is no absence of hope. There’s no anger or disappointment toward humanity in how they’ve handled the planet. I see it all as part of a process, which is preparing us not only to sustain this planet but others as well and in a way that doesn’t harm anything else. Sometimes you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet.

    Me (chuckling): Oh, that’s so true.

    And we sure are breaking a lot of eggs. Must be a huge ass omelet.

    Me: Do you have any messages or advice for us?

    Tesla: I really have nothing further to add.

    Me: Yeah, you’ve already given us so many things to think about. What do you think about Channeling Erik? Do you have any advice for us on that front?

    Tesla: I’m quite happy with Channeling Erik because it’s one of the many things that I’m involved with.

    Me: Oh, okay. Tell me more!

    Robert: He’s showing me a bunch of wall sockets, and he’s got himself plugged into all of them.

    Tesla: Channeling Erik is one of them.

    Me: In what way are your involved?

    Robert (teasing): So did you learn your lesson about relaxation?

    Me: I guess not!

    All three of us laugh.

    Tesla: My dear boy, sometimes the work is relaxing.

    Me: Well that’s true. My work is relaxing. So what do you do with Channeling Erik? How are you involved?

    Tesla: I’m helping those who are awakening to their gifts as mediums and other types of healers. I’m helping them navigate that process. There are a lot of them that are being awakened.

    Me: That is so true, and I see that Erik is helping people develop their gifts, too.

    Tesla: Yes.

    Me: Okay, Erik, do you have any questions for Mr. Tesla?

    Erik: There’s one thing I want to say. I want to thank Nikola, publically, because he’s helped me guide a lot of people.

    Me: How?

    Erik: Oh, Mom. Whenever I don’t understand how to feed someone a certain kind of energy to help them get something, Tesla helps me do it.

    Me: Awesome. That’s great. Well, thank you so much, Mr. Tesla. I really appreciate the time you spent with us here. I’m glad that you were able to enlighten us in so many ways.

    Tesla: Your welcome, and thank you for the opportunity.

    Me: Thank you Erik and Robert. Erik, I love you!

    Erik: Love you more.

    Gotta break those eggs!

    Gotta break those eggs!

  • July30th2015


    Yesterday, while I was sitting on the couch, computer in my lap, I felt the most intense goosebumps on my right leg. Had it intensified further, it would have been painful. I recognized that as Erik’s energy and knew that he was sitting beside me, keeping me company. He was probably laughing at my clumsy typing and plethora of typos. The sensation lasted a long time and was so lovely I didn’t want it to go away. If any of you have experienced very localized goosebumps, know that it’s probably from spirit, Erik or otherwise.

    Here’s Part Two of Tesla’s interview!

    Me: Okay, tell me about your upbringing and how it made you who you are—your relationship with your parents or whatever is important to defining who Nikola Tesla was.

    Tesla: My upbringing only reinforced the behavior I had as an adult and reinforced the pattern of energy that I was naturally inclined to be, with my soul pumping too much energy.

    Robert: He’s giving me the impression that he was in this taskmaster situation where play was considered a luxury.

    Me: Oh!

    Robert: Did I interpret that correctly?

    Tesla: Yes.

    Robert: Oh, okay.

    Tesla: That just reinforced what I became as an adult. You know this very well: What a child learns and experiences becomes patterns they tend to perpetuate. Notice I use the word, “patterns.” Energy expresses itself in different kinds of patterns, and those patterns then can be seen visually and can manifest one’s life. If you were to look at that purely from an electricity standpoint, when electricity flows through different kinds of media, it will show itself in different ways. Sometimes it’ll flow through one media and look like waves instead of jagged edges. It can look jagged when it flows through other kinds of matter. It may have little offshoots. It all depends on the kind of matter or media the current flows through. I’m using that example to show you how when electricity flows through the matter of the physical body of a spirit who has had all these experiences throughout its lifetime, it’s funneled in a way that makes that energy behave in a certain way. So the experiences themselves can alter patterns of energy that make up the soul and the physical body. I hope that makes sense.

    Me: Yes, it does. Tell me about your relationship with Thomas Edison.

    Tesla: Edison stole a lot of my ideas!

    Me: Oooo.

    Robert chuckles.

    Me: He promised you $50,000 if you made his direct current generator more efficient, but after you did that, he said, “You don’t understand American humor!” I think he gave you a $10 a week raise. So you resigned immediately and went on to do your own thing. Tell me about that.

    Tesla: That was really a lesson about standing up to my father. That kind of behavior—being taken advantage of by someone who I saw, to a certain extent, as a father figure—made me realize that I deserved more respect than that.

    Me: Sure.

    Tesla: There were many ideas besides that one that he took from me.

    Me: How do you get along with him now?

    Tesla: You understand that when you’re in the physical body, you’re playing a role so you let that go. You don’t hold on to the animosity. We understand that what I did that he got credit for I had a hand in creating. In that co-creation, he was meant to get the credit. I wasn’t. Sometimes you’re meant to be on stage, and sometimes you’re meant to be behind the scenes.

    Me: Okay. Were you here on the earth as Nikola Tesla to learn anything?

    Tesla: As it relates to the physical body, it’s what I mentioned earlier about learning how to play and learning about the meaning of relaxation. I also came to understand how people can cross your boundaries and how I pushed myself so hard that I crossed my own boundaries. That encompasses a lot—standing up to people, for instance. A lot of lessons can stem from these.

    Me: Yeah, sure. Do you think you learned your lesson?

    Tesla: Absolutely.

    Me: Did you learn as a human or as a—

    Tesla: After I crossed over.

    Me: I figured. Yeah.

    Tesla: The end of my life—

    Robert: He’s projecting all this sadness surrounding the end of his life. There seemed to be a lot of chaos. Whether others could see it or not, it was going on in his brain like a tornado.

    Me: Well, what kind of chaos are you talking about?

    Tesla: Emotional.

    Me: Oh. Aw, tell me more.

    Tesla: I believed, especially when I was younger, that I was a genius, and when the rest of the world didn’t treat me that way, I became angry because they didn’t see me. At some point, I questioned whether I was crazy. The chaos came from constantly feeling that anger and doubt and the loss of my ability to trust the decisions I made in life.

    Me: Oh, that’s awful. Okay, so do you have any regrets? Is there anything you would do differently if you had to do it again?

    Tesla: Not to sound immodest, but I don’t have anything I regret because regret insinuates a choice that shouldn’t have been made. Every choice that I made I was supposed to make. That’s true for everyone.

    Me: Because?

    Tesla: Because it’s compelling you to become more aware. Then that awareness opens the awareness for you to gain a greater understanding of something. When you have an awareness of something, it doesn’t mean that you know how to integrate that into your life, but it does open the doorway to you taking the first step to doing that—towards integration, correct?

    Me: Yes. So for example, you worked tirelessly and had very little time for play. And you gained from that the awareness of how important it is to have a balanced life?

    Tesla: Correct. In the physical world, I did gain that awareness, but I didn’t integrate it into practice.

    Me: Right.

    Tesla: But now that I’m on this side, I can speak on such matters. Most people wouldn’t assume that I would speak about this because I mostly speak about energy, but that relates to energy: relaxation, work, these are all different patterns of energy.

    Me: That’s true.

    Tesla: And they have a beautiful waveform to them.

    Me: Can you share a life that most influenced your one as Nikola Tesla?

    (Long pause)

    Robert: This looks like it happened several hundred years before he passed over. He worked on a ship. It looks like a pirate ship, but he says it’s not. It was a slave ship, some kind of slaving ship. It was even before—this was a long time ago. He’s giving me background that slavery has existed for thousands of years, and it wasn’t always involving slaves from Africa. So this is even before the whole slave trade thing in Africa. There was some kind of ship going across a channel, and he was one of the individuals who worked these big oars—very monotonous, constant rowing.

    Tesla: That life, to me, had a lot of meaning because it was, to some degree, setting up the life of Nikola Tesla. You never stop rowing. You keep pushing forward with the same thing. There was that same focus. So it taught me focus and get into the flow of things.

    Robert: He doesn’t really go into a lot of details other than that.

    Tesla Toward the End of His LIfe

    Tesla Toward the End of His LIfe

  • July29th2015


    This is a recent interview I did on Soul Traveller Radio with host, Karen Swain. It was a lot of fun. It’ll be a podcast, too, and I’ll post that when it’s ready. 

    Many of you have requested that I interview Nikola Tesla, so here he is!

    Me: I hear we have Nikola Tesla here to interview today. Hello, Mr. Tesla.

    Robert: Yes, and Paul Walker said he’s going to be polite and let Mr. Tesla go first.

    Me: We have a lot of requests for you, Paul, so you’ll be next. Don’t worry. And I appreciate that.

    Paul: Thank you, ma’am.

    He’s next in line.

    Me: Mr. Tesla, thank you so much for agreeing to do this interview.

    Tesla: It’s my pleasure.

    Me: I first want to ask you what your spiritual mission was while you were here on the earthly plane as Nikola Tesla.

    Tesla: My mission was to awaken humanity to a broader experience of what it means to be alive and to understand that everything is a pattern of energy. Past sessions you’ve had with various mediums have been building up to the conversation you and I are getting ready to have—that everything is energy, and every form of energy has its own unique pattern. This is what my purpose was when I was living in the physical world.

    Me: Interesting. Can you go into more—?

    Tesla: Most of what I focused on had to do with electricity, different kinds of electrical energy.

    Me: Okay.

    Tesla: But there was much more to it than that. Much of my work was ridiculed, and it took about 100 years or more for people to finally catch up with what I was doing. It was so far ahead of its time.

    Me: Reflecting on your life and this very complicated spiritual mission of yours, do you think you accomplished it?

    Robert (chuckling): He’s very matter of fact when it comes to this kind of stuff.

    Tesla: I accomplished everything I set out to do.

    Robert laughs.

    Me: You have a lot of humility!

    Robert: He has NO problem with confidence!

    Me: Well, otherwise, you would not have been able to accomplish what you did!

    Tesla: You have to understand that you can’t be insecure about what it is you’re meant to do. You have to project confidence. Some people project confidence in order to mask their fear.

    Me: Mm hm.

    Tesla: In the physical body I sometimes did that. I was human. But I’m speaking about the confidence, from where I am now, that has no fear involved. It’s just a matter of fact, the truth. This is what I set out to do; this is what I was going to do. If I had had fear attached to that, it would have inhibited me.

    Me: So were you a very confident man when you were human?

    Tesla: Most of the time. In those moments when I wasn’t confident, I could project confidence.

    Me: Okay. You dropped out of school for various reasons, and then you had a nervous breakdown. So obviously your confidence must have hit a major—

    Tesla: That’s what I needed at the time. I was projecting confidence to mask my fear so I had this façade that couldn’t hold. Eventually, it was going to blow over. A kettle can only hold so much steam.

    Me: Tell me about your nervous breakdown. What happened? Why did you have one?

    Tesla: There are different things to look at in the physical world that would push someone in that direction, but I was very driven. That’s number one. If you never give yourself a break, if you never relax, then you never recharge and re-center yourself. Any little thing can tip the balance. But then, the kind of being I am—the soul connected to that physical body—was very driven by energy patterns that a human body is just not able to process.

    Me: What do you mean?

    Tesla: This is why I was so drawn to electricity and all kinds of patterns of energy. My soul fed those to the body you know as Nikola Tesla. That’s more information than a human body can process. It overloaded my nervous system. I had this overflow of energy flowing through me.

    Me: Okay.

    Tesla: The brain literally can’t parse through all those energy signals and patterns. With everything else that comes along in a human life, a human experience, because of the challenges we create for ourselves, becomes one too many things. That’s what happened to me.

    Me: I’ve heard you worked on very little sleep. They say you had around two hours of sleep a night.

    Tesla: Of course, and that goes back to the amount of energy that flowed through my body. I mentioned earlier that I didn’t know how to rest or relax.

    Me: Mm hm.

    Tesla: I erroneously believed that if I were to go to sleep, I would miss something. There might be something I could have done that I missed because I was sleeping. The physical form and all the things it requires to be maintained, I find quite tedious. From the perspective of that part of me that I identify as spiritual judged it a pointless.

    Robert laughs.

    Me: Okay.

    Tesla: But there is a point to it. I was learning how to integrate play with work.

    Me: And did you learn how to do that?

    Tesla: By having experienced that kind of life, I learned how to do it.

    Me: I see.

    Tesla: I eventually learned the value of relaxation and play.

    Me: Okay. You were so driven, you said. Was that in part because you wanted to earn your father’s approval?

    (Long pause)

    Robert: He just gave a very short answer of “yes,” and I was waiting to see if he was going to say more.

    Me: Can you expand on that?

    Tesla: The prideful part of me didn’t want to be seen as a buffoon.

    Me: Okay.

    Tesla: So I pushed myself harder and harder and harder to prove myself to, not just my father, but also to many other people. Of course it didn’t work out that way because many considered me to be a quack. They considered me to be even more of a buffoon because I was so out of touch with the reality they were living.

    Me: You were so far advanced?

    Tesla: Yes.

    Nikola Tesla

    Nikola Tesla

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