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The Charles Drayton Thomas séance

Recorded: June 29th 1970

“You cannot escape from yourself...”

Charles Drayton Thomas was a great champion of psychical research during his lifetime. He recorded many hours of trance sittings,
hosted public demonstrations of mediumship
 and he introduced George Woods to Leslie Flint.

In this recording Mr Thomas returns to communicate with his friends.  
He refers to the séance recordings of George Woods
then talks of spiritual laws, cause and effect, the power of thought,
disease, nature and the power of the spirit.

Thomas then goes into detail about his current work in helping to inspire souls who reside in lower spheres, close to the Earth.

Finally, he is asked about the medium Gladys Osborne Leonard,
who he knew and worked with for many years.



In the first minute we hear the voice of Sylvia Pankhurst,
who's mother communicated in 1968,
then a male voice interrupts,

but Mr Thomas soon steps in to speak clearly and distinctly
throughout the rest of this fascinating séance.

Methodist Minister Charles Drayton Thomas died in 1953. He was a friend of Leslie Flint - a council member of the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) - a member of the Churches Fellowship for Psychical Studies (CFPS) and he introduced George Woods to the voice mediumship of Flint.
New transcript - gratefully created for the Trust by Coleen Mackenzie 
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