Hi everyone, I’m making this thread because a lot of us here, including myself, are interested in Leslie Flint’s séances. For those who don’t know, Leslie Flint was a direct voice medium who had the ability to let spirits in the afterlife take over his voice box and speak just as they did when they were alive. To prove that he was the real deal, Flint often did these séances bound and gagged while others watched and it has been confirmed by several people that he did not fake these séances. He somehow did not attract malicious earthbound spirits, maybe because he had two guides/controls (Mickey and Dr. Marshall) who were always with him watching over him and would often chime in during séances. Here’s one by Dr. Stephen Ward talking about past lives. There is a boatload of recordings from Ward, but I zeroed in on this one because the description said he went in detail about reincarnation and that is what I’m interested in at the moment. I’m copying and pasting from another thread. Will probably listen to more of his séances and share the good ones with you guys 1. Ward actually died by suicide (overdose), and did not wind up in the outer darkness. I think this shows that it's possible to go to the Summerland if we can forgive ourselves. I'll have to listen to more of his seances to see how he felt about his life, from the descriptions of some of them, I think there is some remorse. 2. He talked about how it had been two or three weeks since he last visited the group (he was kind of a "regular" and there is a whole list of seances with him). I think that while time doesn't matter in the afterlife, they probably do have some concept of it passing. He said he had been relaxing and reflecting over those weeks. 3. He said he's lived about a dozen lives and when he described them, they were all in the past. I was kind of waiting to see if he would talk about any future lives, but he didn't. I'll keep looking for recordings that talk about it though. I think, if I understood right, he said something like out of all his lives, he only felt like he got two of them right. 4. He didn't seem to remember the details of his lives automatically when he died, which just confirms what we've been saying here. I'm not sure exactly how it works, but I guess he had a way of watching his former lives kind of like a movie. 5. Even though he had a different appearance in past lives, he was always able to recognize himself. 6. Also said that he found the sitters because he thinks he was related to them in a past life. Alfred Higgins - I like this one because it has kind of a synopsis/transcript to read while you listen so you can understand him better. But I also like how he explains how the dead put thoughts in people’s heads: they focus very strongly on the message they want to convey and the person they want to convey it to. He says that his wife went to a medium who got part of the message but botched the rest, which is why I think mediums do have some skills but also do tend to put their own thoughts and ideas into their readings too and are rarely 100% accurate. Alfred Pritchett - Another I like because it is of a clear quality and has a transcript to read. I like how he describes the afterlife in easy to understand, plain terms. He meets up with a friend of his who confirms that you are not judged in heaven, you only judge yourself. Also was interesting to me that he met up with his sister, who died as an infant (so he didn’t know who she was at first) and was grown up and looked 20 when he met her (proof that children do grow up in the afterlife). Amy Johnson - Not super clear, but there’s a transcript for this one so it makes it a little easier. I think one thing I took from this is that people who are mentally retarded in life lose that handicap, but they don’t automatically just become intelligent all of a sudden in the afterlife, they have to work on it a bit and learn. She says there is a sense of time in the afterlife but it’s not formed by the moon and sun or a calendar. Maurice Chevalier - He was a popular French actor and singer. This link points to five different short séances of his compiled together. I like it because the first séance was only a couple weeks after he died and he begins completely confused, not fully grasping the fact that he is dead. In the next séance, it’s like the difference between night and day - he is jovial and extremely happy where he is. He gives a lot of insight about the afterlife: that time is different, that we perceive things as solid here because we have the same vibrations, that spirits can receive our thoughts. His description of how he was trying to get attention right after he died but everyone ignored him made me laugh for some reason…I know it must’ve been frustrating for him but the way he described it was humorous to me. Nellie Wright - This one was a weird one, so I had to post it. This woman is proof that people even in the afterlife are often, well, delusional is the word that comes to my mind. She reproaches the sitters for not being religious. From what I’ve heard other séances though, religion doesn’t matter. I don‘t know if she‘s in a hollow heaven per se but she does mention the devil and evil so I don‘t think she quit grasps everything about the spiritual world at the time of this recording. She even says “If you don’t accept Jesus, you’ll be damned forever you know, you’ll go down into the pit.” When the sitters disagree, she says “I’m the one who’s here, I should know these things, you’re down there. I'm saved and I think you're misguided.” (Not true, there are plenty of people over there were atheists) At one point, I remember something like: Dr. Marshall (spirit guide): She’s not very advanced, but she's a good soul. Nellie Wright: What did he say? George Woods (I think): He said you’re a good soul. Nellie Wright: Oh did he? Well that's alright then. Made me laugh anyway. Bobby Tracey - It was fun to listen to a recording from a child’s point of view. He described all the games and fun things he does in the afterlife and how he goes to school. He kept teasing Woods about his hair and said it looked “all bubbly” which I thought was cute. Says he doesn’t have to eat but occasionally has an apple. Annie Nanji - I recently started listening to her recordings. Her husband came to sit and talk with her. I've only listened to a few, but so far some things I've learned from her are: 1. She told her husband that he comes to visit her in his sleep, and they talk and spend time together, but he doesn't remember these encounters when he wakes up. They both express some frustration at this. 2. She's learning to play the harp. She has to learn how because when you die, skills don't automatically just come to you. You have to learn like you would on earth, although I'm sure the process is easier. I'm going to listen to more from her because she talks in a way that is intelligent yet easy to listen to and follow, and easy to relate to. I also like how her seances are more of a conversation with her husband rather than a monologue like many of them are. That's it so far I think. I've listened to others not listed here, but they were either too difficult to understand, or they were (not to be disrespectful) a little boring...some spirits (especially those who were English aristocrats from the early 20th century and prior) spoke verrrrrry....slowwwwwly....and tended to talk and talk without really saying anything. And I'm not trying to be rude or negative when I say that, it's just that it would take ages to listen to all of this stuff. Anyhoo, this was a long post but it's a few of my recommendations, I'll add more as I come across them because there are so many I haven't listened to.