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Meet Elaine Kuzmeskus, author of The Art of Mediumship. A Spiritualist medium certified by the National Association of Spiritualist Churches, Elaine was born with the gift of clairvoyance and mediumship. During her over thirty years of mediumship, she has conducted many well-publicized séances including the 1997 Official Houdini Séance. In 2004, she wrote Soul Cycles, 2005 Connecticut Ghosts, and in 2007, Séance 101 which explores physical mediumship, and in 2010 her biography, The Making of a Medium. Her latest book, The Art of Mediumship, is a how-to book on clairvoyance, psychic investigation, and channeling.
Who hasn't wondered what happens after the change called death. Or for that matter, how can it be possible to contact the loved one on the other side? Elaine Kuzmeskus is a clairvoyant medium who can see and communicate with the other side. She has been certified by the National Association of Spiritualist Churches and is an ordained minister with a background in counseling.
What is Mediumship?
According to Elaine, "A medium is a person whose senses are so acute that they register the presence of beings belonging to the non-physical world; and interpret the wishes and information which such beings desire to impart to people still in the body in this physical world."
Elaine has been featured on The Paranormal View, Better Connecticut, and the PBS Special, "Things That Go Bump in the Night."
She has done public events at the Mark Twain House, The Learning Annex in NYC, and the Goodspeed Opera House.
Her public events include a lecture on various aspects of psychic phenomena and a public demonstration. of mediumship.
She is also does group readings for 6 to 12 people.