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channeler

Paranormal
A person who claims to serve as a conduit for channeled information from another plane of existence.
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Troupe members interviewed some 125 people, including government employees, women named Jessica Lynch, a former cult member, a channeler of intergalactic entities and a vitriolic cabbie.
Recently I saw that channeler extraordinaire, Gillian Welch, play before a crowd made up mostly of Ole Miss students.
(2.) I am quoting dolphin-spirit channeler Neville Rowe in Tom Corboy's trickily satiric documentary about the New Age movement The New Believers (1990).
The author's outlook lends itself to an entertaining read; I cannot fathom fully appreciating a book on this topic that revealed too much of an agenda, thus forcing readers to be proselytized to by an abductee or channeler, or even worse, lectured to by a dour cynic.
In other words, Smith's hostess was a "trance channeler" for the "three Mamas." At the same time it is also not surprising that he would not write about intuition.
I can value myself as an alchemist or channeler of the spirits of the dead, and in seeing reasons to act to carry out my alchemy or channeling, I am not mistaken about what reasons I have.
The number one bestseller ("nonfiction") is channeler James Van Praagh's Talking to Heaven!
Denise Chavez remarks, "I am a channeler for so many voices I hear, and I feel a commitment and a responsibility....
Engineered for durability and quick changeover, the MagnaSwitch product channeler from HiSpeed Checkweigher Co.
The spirit of one long-dead son of Moon, for example, returns in the form of a Zimbabwean channeler. When questioned about personal incidents only the son would know, he tells members of the Moon family he "did not remember anything about his life on earth." This is accepted without question, and the man is sent around the world to administer beating after beating to wayward church leaders fallen from favor with Moon, reportedly landing former Washington Times publisher Bo Hai Pak in a Georgetown hospital.
This fanciful prose piece records the apprehension that the poet is a mere channeler, a temporary occupant not just of tradition but of his single poems, all made desolate by an art he can never fully make his own.
Further, it "establishes the folklorist as la] kind of medium or channeler, who presents the true voices of those otherwise lost to an audience so eager for diverse articulations that they fail to note this 'diversity' [.