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Medium Rare Hardcover – 20 Mar 2009
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There are good mediums and, sadly to say, bad ones. Truth to tell, the bad ones probably aren't mediums at all, but merely pretenders to the throne. Its hard to make a blanket rule, but one of the first questions I ask myself is whether the person concerned has a vested interest in pretending to be mediumistic when they're not. I've met a few who would certainly fit that bill - the thought of riches and stardom for celebrity mediums is always waiting in the wings. Liam Scott, however, is not one of those. Having read his life story I can't find a single thing that would have motivated the man to embrace spiritualism for other than the noblest of reasons. Liam had a tough upbringing and, by his own admission, was a bit naughty in his younger days. Even now, some of his friends struggle with the concept that he has embraced a belief in the afterlife and accepts that communion with the dead is entirely possible. When someone so close to the criminal fraternity - he was acquainted with the Krays - opens up to spiritualism then you know that they're probably genuine. From a worldly perspective, they have everything to lose and little or nothing to gain. Liam has sung, acted and worked with the great and the good in entertainment. He has also followed the dictates of his conscience and embraced the world of spirit. His story is heartwarming, not least because he tells his tale in a humble, down-to-earth manner without over-egging the pudding. He is candid about the mistakes he has made in life, and his self-effacing honesty makes him all the more trustworthy. Medium Rare is a fascinating account of one man's life-changing experience and is not to be missed. --Mike Hallowell, The Shields Gazette
Liam Scott is one of today's best known Spiritual mediums but also has been described as having once been a 'streetwise thug' This book makes for light entertaining reading about a man who has cetainly seen the other side of life. --Eternal Spirit Magazine
A real must of a read, which comes very highly recommended. --Psychic World
About the Author
Billy Roberts, one of the UK s leading stage psychics, has been mediumistic since he was a child and is both clairvoyant and clairaudient. Although initially he followed his dream as a guitarist in a rock band, supporting many of the great musical names of the 1960s, he had an encounter with the spirit world following a series of illnesses in 1969 and subsequently served in spiritualist churches all over the UK. In 1983 he founded The Thought Workshop in Liverpool, an innovative Centre for Psychic and Spiritual Studies and Alternative Therapies, which attracted many of the country s major exponents of mediumship. Although The Thought Workshop was dissolved in 1998, Billy now travels all over the world lecturing, running workshops and performing stage shows. He writes a column for a monthly journal, The Psychic World, and has made several television appearances including a 20-week series called Secrets of the Paranormal on Cable TV. He has many books under his belt, including his autobiography, As I Recall It: Living Beneath the Wings of Angels, The Great Paranormal Clash and Billy Roberts Ten Step Psychic Development Programme and has produced a series of three videos entitled Billy Roberts Investigates the Paranormal.
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Even if the reader is not that interested in Mediumship, the book is still worth reading as it is the story of a man's life and how becoming a Medium changed his life.
A book well worth reading!