|Luana in a mirror of a mirror. Hello Lu.|
from his CNBC days
Charles is an equal opportunity skeptic - he has always suggested that we let evidence speak for itself. That being said, he was the person who initially turned me on the work of Robert Monroe and out of body experiences. But in this case, he did not believe or disbelieve that James could speak to the afterlife, but invited him on at my suggestion.
We devised an experiment. I would call in from my home and pretend to be an average caller - Charles arranged with a producer on the show to take my call, but she had no idea why I would be calling. So live on the air, Charles took my call, pretended not to know me (and there was no interaction with James prior or after the call about this conversation with Luana) and the following is what occurred.
In the call, she refers to a few things in my apartment including my cocktail glass collection (my last name engenders gifts that are Martini glasses of all shapes and sizes.) But there's a moment in this clip when I realized beyond any shadow of doubt that James could speak to our departed friend - further that our departed friend was "still alive" - as she had to have been "over my shoulder" when I put the only photograph of her on the refrigerator and said aloud "Oh, look, the essence of our relationship. Cappuccino's and cookies in Italy." Laughter as well. Lots of laughs.
Here's the photo that was on the fridge. The only time in my life I've spoken to a photograph as I put it up.
|"The essence of our relationship."|
Here's the moment when James Van Praagh connected to her.
People still exist who are not on the planet. It's up to us to figure out a way to communicate with them.