Séances, Levitations, and Poltergeists: Connecticut in the Golden Age of Spiritualism
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 • 7pm
In the aftermath of the Civil War, distraught Connecticut residents turned to Spiritualism as a means of connecting with their lost loved ones.
Daniel Dunglas of New London reportedly levitated and handled hot coals without injury. Famous Litchfield native Harriet Beecher Stowe and her husband, Calvin, were believers, and Harriet's sister Isabella Beecher Hooker practiced mediumship. After the death of their son Willie, President Abraham Lincoln and the first lady invited Hartford medium Nettie Colburn Maynard to conduct secret séances at the White House.
Elaine will provide readings for a selected number of attendees.
The Woodbridge Town Library • 10 Newton Road • Woodbridge, CT
How to Read the Aura
Saturday, May 5, 2018 • 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Everyone gets a message!
- Recent discoveries regarding aura.
- Learn how to tune into the aura.
- What the colors in the aura mean?
- Discover how to create a strong auric field.
"It's so simple. All I do is close my eyes and I see spirits. When I work with a client, I immediately tune into their energy, past, present and future." - Medium, Elaine Kuzmeskus
Welcome to the world of the séance, Elaine Kuzmeskus, a nationally-recognized medium and author of The Art of Mediumship will explore the fascinating world of mediumship. Learn more about the world of spirit and experience mediumship first hand. She will also discuss how to recognize the signals that your loved ones are trying to send to you. Learn more about the fascinating world of the psychic investigator. What skills are needed to find missing article, person. and solve crimes?
Asnuntuck Community College, 170 Elm Street, Enfield, CT
Fee: $81 Event limited to 15 participants.
To register, call (860)253-3034 or (860) 253-3066