|International Medium Billy Cook
Friday 15 June from 7.30 p.m.
Demonstration of Mediumship, entrance at the door £10.00
Saturday 16 June 10.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
Workshop “Evidential Mediumship” fee £15.00
Sunday 17 June morning only from 10.00 a.m. Private Readings fee £25.00
Sunday 17 June 6.30 p.m. Guest Speaker and Demonstrator at the Service
The Committee is pleased to welcome Billy Cook, CSNU, Spiritualist Medium and Clairvoyant, to the Meeting House for the weekend commencing Friday 15 June.
As a clairvoyant Billy sees spirit objectively as if still in the body and his first memory of seeing spirit is seeing his mother just after she had passed away one night after his fourteenth birthday. He panicked and ran into the arms of his elder sister who told him his mother had simply come back because she loved him. Billy joined the Merchant Navy and, after 20 years of seeing the world, opened a hotel in Blackpool and believes living life to the full gave him an understanding of the real world when he began to serve spirit. He moved to Devon and developed his natural gift of mediumship at Paignton Spiritualist Church. This was followed by study at the Arthur Findlay College at Stansted, where he was offered teaching and gained the Spiritualist National Union Certificate in Demonstrating and Speaking. Billy has also taught and demonstrated at the Spiritualist Association of Great Britain, the oldest spiritualist association in the world. Although semi-retired, Billy still travels the world demonstrating mediumship, and appearing on television - he was in Stockholm in April and has just returned from Berlin.
Billy likes to have fun and is a great showman when demonstrating but when he teaches you will see a different Billy, a dedicated Spiritualist who has the greatest respect for spirit. His quest is to teach his students how to sit in the power, to blend with the spirit, and give accurate and uplifting evidence of survival. His programme for the weekend is shown above.
Please note the Workshop and the Readings must be booked in advance and tickets may be obtained at the Meeting House on Wednesday evenings between 7.00 and 8.30 p.m. with the exception of Wednesday 30 May when the Meeting House will be open for the Coffee Morning from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon.
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