In this candid, thought-provoking autobiography the gifted and the world-renowned medium Ronald Hearn gives a moving account of his extaordinary life. Beginning with his childhood in a working-class family in wartime London, he traces his development through National Service in India to a mundane job in a town hall and on to the startling, life-changing discovery of his psychic abilities and his decision to launch himself as a full-time psychic.
Hearn’s mediumship has taken him all over the world and has brought him into contact with a wide array of people- from ‘ordinary’ men and women who have lost loved ones to colorful celebrities, like Margaret Rutherford, with a penchant for spiritualism. Hearn’s astonishing gifts – most notably seen in his innovative practice of taped messages – have won him many admirers in the psychic community and his sensitive, subtle readings have given comfort and hope to many, as well as providing invaluable evidence of survival after death. What shines through above all, however, is Hearn’s indomitable and humane spirit, his passion for life and his unquenchable desire to reach out to another world.
Hotly anticipated- Hearn’s previous book, The Little Boy Who Listened about Gibraltar medium Arthur Molinary, quickly sold out of its first edition and is still selling Ronald Hearn is a well-respected member of the College of Psychic Studies, London- promoted to its 2000 international members
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Merlian News Podcast with Ronald Hearn In this podcast, Ronald Hearn speaks to Merryn Jose about when he first discovered he was psychic, his book “The Little Boy Who Listened”, his relationship with Arthur Molinary,his proxy tapes and how they came to be, his future plans for an autobiography and more! Ronald Hearn is an internationally respected and acclaimed medium. Born in London in 1927, he first discovered his gifts at the age of 25 and quickly went on to build up a worldwide reputation for the accuracy of both his private consultations and public demonstrations. He pioneered the use of tape-recorded sittings and has made numerous appearances on television and radio.