Originally posted on 10/29/2012
Today we will discuss an individual who really has great access to the psychic source and is bathed in the psychic light. Is the psychic medium Theresa Caputo for real? My one word answer: ABSOLUTELY! The TLC channel has a Sunday night reality show called Long Island Medium where Long Island psychic Theresa Caputo is captured in her daily life giving psychic readings. When I first saw the show, I knew that Theresa was the real deal because she is so similar to my psychic trainer (Brenda Posani) in technique and abilities. What really grabs the viewer and what really makes the show authentic are the validations that the spirit world gives in her readings. Examples would be: I know that that locket is your grandmother’s and she’s thanking you for wearing it. OR I know you keep your grandfather’s pocket watch in your nightstand drawer. The looks on Theresa’s client’s faces are priceless when she passes on those validations because no one else knows these intimate facts. (Just a note, if you do not get some kind of validation in a psychic reading, it’s not legitimate.) Receiving validations can be addicting and that’s why I like to visit Brenda every three months to experience new ones. I use these spirit validations throughout my book to add credibility to the past lives stories that the spirit world gave me. Examples would be:
- My deceased father identifying the green vitamin bottle with pink flowers that is in my closet.
- My wife’s deceased uncle complaining about her taking down the drapes that he liked in our great room.
- When I found the name “Puttlinz” on the old regimental roster that linked the roster page to my real prior life name of Des Fours. The name Puttlinz was given to me in a psychic reading two months prior.
- Finding out that Konrad Von Hochstaden really died by stabbing three months after Laurie gave me a reading that I was once stabbed to death as a Catholic Bishop.
I am sure that Theresa would agree that validations from the spirits are the number one thing that gives the psychic community the occasionally grudging legitimacy that we receive.