Monday, November 27, 2017

Decoding the Language of Spirit with William Stillman

Many of us studied a foreign language in school; perhaps it was Spanish, German, or French. By speaking a new language, we may identify the differences between it and our native language, including nuances in translation that don’t quite match up. For example, the Italian word zitto, or “be quiet,” can be interpreted as the coarser “shut up” in English. The many meanings for the Hawaiian aloha include not only “hello” and “goodbye,” but “compassion,” “peace,” and “affection.” The majority of us probably learned another language for the duration we were enrolled in a class and then allowed our use of it to lapse. As the saying goes, if you don’t use it, you lose it. But the more you do use it, the more proficient you become. This is how those who are employed as teachers, linguists, and interpreters (including those who interpret sign language) make it look so facile; speaking the alternative language has become second nature.

I’ve come to the conclusion that I am, myself, a linguist of sorts. As a psychic medium, I don’t have a normal life or a regular job. In fact, my job is also to effectively interpret a foreign language, one in which I’ve become reasonably fluent. It is the language of Spirit. It is one of symbols and sensations, icons and emotions. I translate these impressions into words for those not yet as fluent as I am. By immersing myself in the culture of the language, I’ve acquired a cultural competency. Thus, my spirituality is not a mindset, it is a lifestyle. I am speaking, thinking, and breathing this competency, which, in turn, complements a lifestyle that honors the culture. It is akin to becoming a first-time father; a good parent dispenses with self-centeredness in favor of making his child the priority. In my case, the child is my higher self. The benefit has been a greater knowledge and a heightened awareness of the Spirit realm. This comfort level has granted me tenure, yielding me confidence to represent this realm as an interpreter with reasonable authority.

As with any translation, some of it may be open to interpretation or personal preference. Ascertaining the proper terms that align with my own language can cause minor discrepancies, and subtleties may get  lost in translation. For example, I was once asked by a woman from China to connect with her deceased brother. I was repeatedly drawn to the word murder, but she didn’t understand this. I finally asked her how he passed and she replied that he had been hit by a car. I don’t know if her brother’s tragedy was accidental or deliberate, but the variation in semantics was interesting. In essence, I was being shown that he died violently, not of his own volition, and not from natural causes. Once the woman and I could agree on the generality of the translation, the rest of the reading flowed smoothly.

The closest approximation I can fathom for expressing how I interact with the Spirit realm is to think of it as a celestial version of charades. If you recall playing charades, you’ll remember that the object is to convey to others, without speaking, a hidden meaning known only to you. There are some standard charades cues, such as pressing together both palms and opening them simultaneously to represent “book,” or cranking an imaginary camera for “movie.” If the hidden meaning is three words, you hold up three fingers; you fold down one finger to show “two” to isolate the second word. If one word rhymes with another, you can tug an ear as a clue to indicate “sounds like.” This analogy perfectly describes my daily routine, continuously engaged in a celestial version of charades for advanced players.

The language I translate is fascinating and intriguing to me personally. I have long held an interest in the unusual and the unexplained. This interest was indulged and encouraged as I was growing up, so it comes as no surprise to me that I have composed a book about it. Here, I wish to share what I have gleaned from my years of interacting with Spirit— the compassion, the wisdom, and the beauty of its mysterious ways. Our everyday lives are teeming with information embedded throughout in the cryptic manner of charades. It is, in essence, hidden in plain sight. Unfortunately, much of that information has the potential to be disregarded or overlooked for being a secret language. My hope is that The Secret Language of Spirit will provide the tools for decoding spiritual hieroglyphics as well as to offer insight about why Spirit desires to maintain open channels of communication with us all.

William Stillman is the internationally known, award-winning author of The Soul of Autism, among many other titles. Since 2004, Stillman has worked professionally as a psychic medium. He has been consulted on missing person and unsolved homicide cases and volunteers as an investigative resource to the Pennsylvania Paranormal Association. Stillman has been interviewed on numerous shows including Coast to Coast AM and CharVision, with renowned psychic medium Char Margolis. He has twice been a guest on the popular YouTube series Swedenborg and Life. Stillman has also been a repeated guest speaker for Lily Dale Assembly near Jamestown, New York, the country’s oldest and most revered spiritualist community. Stillman’s website is and his Facebook page is “William Stillman Psychic Medium.” He makes his home in Pennsylvania.

Monday, November 20, 2017

ETs: What Do They Want With Us? with Erich von Daniken

Many millennia ago, when our ancestors were living in the Stone Age, a giant mother spaceship was circling our planet. Smaller shuttles went down to Earth. The group of ETs acted like ethnologists. They studied some tribes, diligently learned the languages, gave human beings tips and instructions for a regulated future, and finally took leave again with the promise to return in the far distant future. This became the starting point for religions on Earth. Our ancestors had classed the strangers as “gods.” These thoughts are not speculation, no kind of hypothesis, or any other kind of theory—they can be proven. Everyone who takes the trouble to study the material reaches the same conclusion. Those who want to, know about it. 

The consequences of that prehistoric visit affect all of us: our religions, political systems, ideologies, what we are as “human beings,” and our present as much as our future. As an insider, as an “old hand” and author of 40 books on the subject, I am just as familiar with the unanswered questions as the critics are. For the latter, the contradictions appear obvious, problematic, and insurmountable. For those in the know, everything has its compelling logic, including those things that appear to be impossible. 

Are there extraterrestrials at all? What do they look like? Why do they look like human beings? What technology enabled them to bridge the light years? What did they actually want here? Why, given the billions of available planets, did they come just here to Earth? And why did they do so precisely at this point in the course of earthly evolution? Why did they leave their home? What do the ETs gain from contact with us? Do they want to exploit us? Why don’t they kill humanity off? And why don’t they reveal themselves to the general public? Why play games of hide-and-seek? 

These are all justified questions. And to each one— without exception!—there is a logical answer. In the meantime, the ETs have started influencing human beings again. I contend that the extraterrestrials were not only here millennia ago, they are here again. They are now and have been for decades. Earth is being observed, studied, and analyzed, and there is contact between the ETs and individual groups of people. Totally insane?

In 1966 I wrote my first book, Chariots of the Gods. In the introduction I stated, “Writing this book requires courage— reading it no less so. Because its hypotheses and evidence do not fit into the laboriously constructed mosaic of established conventional wisdom, scholars will put it on the list of those books which it is advisable not to talk about.” Meanwhile, 50 years have passed. My introduction from that time still stands today. The Gods Never Left Us is most definitely not a compendium of my previous works. In only very few sections do I have to cross-refer to my previous books, but only so that the reader is not left hanging. 

That extraterrestrials visited Earth millennia ago and influenced our forebears can be proved. But—and this is the ultimate test of our knowledge—ETs are still at work today. And that concerns us all. Why do they do what they do? What does an extraterrestrial species gain from observing us rather like we observe ants? What have the aliens actually wanted in the millennia to the present day? Can’t they leave us in peace? And why do we make it so difficult for ourselves to accept the existence of extraterrestrials? 

That is what The Gods Never Left Us is about. 

Erich von Däniken is arguably the most widely read and most-copied nonfiction author in the world. He published his first (and best-known) book, Chariots of the Gods, in 1968. The worldwide best seller was followed by 40 more books, including the recent best sellers Twilight of the Gods, History Is Wrong, Evidence of the Gods, Remnants of the Gods, and Odyssey of the Gods (all published by New Page Books). His works have been translated into 28 languages and have sold more than 65 million copies. Several have also been made into films. Von Däniken’s ideas have been the inspiration for a wide range of television series, including the History Channel’s hit Ancient Aliens. His research organization, the A.A.S.R.A./ (Archaeology, Astronautics & SETI Research Association), comprises laymen and academics from all walks of life. Internationally, there are about 10,000 members. He lives in Switzerland but is an ever-present figure on the international lecture circuit, traveling more than 100,000 miles a year.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

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