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12-10-2001, 06:32 AM
I went into this seminar leading to believe what John does as real but I had my doubts. I figured he had to have some knowledge somehow of people and their loved ones, whether he bugged the room with mics or had spys listening to the audience talk or he viewed this web page and picked up notes about who was going to be where.
All changed when I went to New Haven and I saw him work. WOW!!! What an experience...It was great watching him work with Jodi's family/friends, and then the woman who showed up late whose car broke down.
What was most frustrating was the stupid dog that died by being burned...the person who FINALLY acknowledged it should have done so 20 minutes earlier when John first mentioned it because it could have been another reading.
I am sold!
12-10-2001, 07:14 AM
Welcome mellkirk! Welcome to the family of John Edward Friends! Glad to have you ! Its a wonderful place here, friendly too. See you around. Kim :)
12-10-2001, 08:26 AM
Welcome to the Family Mellkirk..... Sometimes it takes seeing John in action to make you really feel like a believer... :jumper::jumper::jumper:
12-10-2001, 08:46 AM
We chat every Sunday at 9pm est ~ hope to see you there :)
Originally posted by mellkirk
What was most frustrating was the stupid dog that died by being burned...
Mellkirk, I hope you didn't mean that the way it sounded. :( Please tell me you do love dogs.
12-10-2001, 01:52 PM
I was part of the JODI reading. I was connected to Al via this site.
John looked right at me and asked how I was connected to him. Earlier Al stated that the first 2 rows were connected to him. I was sitting in the third row right behind Al. When John talks to you, you tend to get tongue tied. At least I did. I should have said I was connected through this site, but I didn't. All I said was that during the meditation, I asked JODI to bring them all through. John replied with "you did that?" I said yes and he was off to the races.
Jodi brought through my cousin, maybe my uncle, possibly a friend that worked with my dad, and a stewardess on flight 93. We have since been in contact with that stewardess's best friend. She believed it was Karen and Karen's boyfriend believes even more. Kathy, the friend of Karen that the message was meant for will be sharing this information with Karen's family real soon.
Although I wanted to hear from my dad, you never know what to expect.
12-10-2001, 02:07 PM
Originally posted by PsyQuestor
We chat every Sunday at 9pm est ~ hope to see you there :)
No..I do love all animals..but John had in his head a dog that burned to death and he kept pointing to a certain section of the room and he was digging..he said someone hear knows a dog that burned to death...and i think he said the dog died with someone....NO ONE was coming forward and John was giving up on it. Finally 20 minutes later (at least) someone said "well you didn't say what kind of dog it was so I didn't know if it was for me" (Even though John finally pointed to this woman and started asking her directly.
The audience seemed frustrated because everyone in there wanted a reading and if he had finished with that dog quickly, it could have led to another reading....
12-10-2001, 03:22 PM
12-10-2001, 03:37 PM
"The audience seemed frustrated because everyone in there wanted a reading and if he had finished with that dog quickly, it could have led to another reading...." by mellkirk
This lady wasn't too far from where I was sitting in New Haven. I could understand why she wasn't validating anything at first because it was a bit confusing, first John said the dog burned, or possibly drowned? A person died with it? Then he talked of the woman feeling like the dog was her child, and the guilt, and the money she spent on the dog.... and that the family must understand the importance of pets in a person's life... etc.... I wrote about the dog hangup during this seminar in another post.
There's got to be at least one person like this in every crowd he addresses is my theory. The law of averages. Then the other thing I think is that when people don't validate things is that it's a test, for both the audience and John. Another one of those lessons in patience to be learned by all. Another thing to be learned from that reading is the process for both John and the person being read. Sure it takes time away from others who might get things more easily, but obviously the messsage needed to get to this person and John wasn't going to leave until the message was delivered. And wasn't it a great feeling of relief for us all when she finally did get it?
Then remember when he said to a person after that "I won't yell at you like I yelled at that person over there...."
Frustrating yes, but necessary I think. After all, I didn't remember any other readings there that were as remotely frustrating as this one, and I think it these little bumps in the road are what makes JE more believable than ever. After all, she did finally claim the message as hers and we weren't just left hanging.....
12-10-2001, 08:16 PM
I thought that reading was pretty fascinating. John was able to pinpoint the section of people, down to two rows of people, then down to the two rows to a certain point, then finally narrowed it down to the lady in the green shirt. He was right. How cool is that?
12-11-2001, 07:05 PM
I'm sorry but I guess I missed what finally did come through on the lady and the dog in the fire. Do you mind filling me in:( . My daughters think that she tried to cremate the dog herself and burned herself doing it?? I hope that is wrong. we were on the other side of the room and there was just too many people talking.
Anyway sorry to get off subject but a huge welcome to our family:D . I love this site
12-11-2001, 09:06 PM
Hi Mellkirk- I see you've been informed of Sunday chats (9PM EST, take a link from the bottom of the page or in the claendar section upper right on your screen). No pressure- we're just there if you want to check us out in semi- "real" time! :) Nevertheless, glad to have you around- welcome to the board. Yardbird
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