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A Whisper, Or A Phone Call?

Visit PsychicAccess.comHave you ever heard mysterious whispers? If so, what were they trying to tell you?

Well, growing up in Columbus Ohio, I often heard whispers or someone I could not see who seemed to be trying to tell me something. Today I know that is called clairaudience.

I could not understand these whispering voices back in the 1960’s, and it was certainly not something you would talk about.

Ghosts, paranormal phenomena and psychic mediumship were simply unheard of in my community! It was different then, not like today. These days we have easy and open access to paranormal books, tours, videos and various sources on the Internet. Nowadays you can walk into any library, or log into your computer, and find something about this subject; or you can switch on your TV – it seems almost every channel you turn to has some of other program about paranormal or psychic phenomena.

I never had the opportunity growing up to tell my parents the truth about my clairaudient ability. It was bad enough that I was able to see stuff and that I knew what would happen in the future. The fact that I heard ‘whispers’ I simply had to keep a secret!

I really believe in my heart when you have a gift like this, God gave it to you, because he has a plan and purpose for your life.

I was four years old then, and I think it must have been the next summer that I first heard the voices – Black Elk

When I hear these whispers, I have learned to tune into what they are trying to tell me. Sometimes it is my mother or father, who passed on, wanting to tell me something. Sometimes it is my spirit guide, Brenda, trying to get my attention.

Being a psychic my ability to hear these ‘whispers’ gives me a better understanding and access to valuable insights, but it can also be very challenging.

For example, my wife and I have been house-hunting for some time now. I was amazed to discover in how many houses I would suddenly no longer hear the realtor or my wife speaking to me. Instead I heard whispering voices asking me questions like “why did I die?”; “can you help me please?” or “where have they gone, why are they no longer living here?”

Many times I walk into a house and then walk right back out! The ‘whisperers’ know that you can tune in to them, and they would like to know why you’re in there.

If you go to a family reunion, or for a visit to a retirement home, the ‘whisperers’ are all around you, but you can’t hear them.  Every time I went to the home, to visit my father, I would take my portable DVD player to watch movie with my dad. I always had to block the whisperers out, because as soon as I open the doors to walk down the long hall to my dad’s room, I would start hearing things or see things. I made it clear to them at times that I am here to see my father, and asked them to kindly leave me alone.

About six months ago, while working on Psychic Access, I began to notice that I was hearing whispers when I would give a love or relationship reading. This was kind of weird, because I never experienced this before, and I really didn’t understand this myself.

So, I did little research on the Internet, and discovered that it was my spirit guide who was telling me something. I started explaining this to my clients, and now more and more people will ask me have I heard any whispers lately?

If you get a chance stop by my free chat room on Psychic Access, ask me about the time when my grandfather called me on the phone. After that phone call I find out that my aunt actually found him dead on the floor more than two hours before the phone call! Was it a whisper, or a phone call?

I was four years old then, and I think it must have been the next summer that I first heard the voices.
Black Elk

About The Author: Raymond

Growing up on the streets of Columbus Ohio, Raymond learned at a very young age that he was gifted in many ways, including the ability to read someone's eyes and using a regular deck of playing cards to read the future! His mother was from a Native American family, namely the Black Foot tribe, and his father was German. Raymond discovered that both sides of his family had a psychic legacy. Over the years he has gained additional knowledge from books and by talking to trusted family members. Raymond has been doing psychic reading for others for over 3 decades, and over the years he gained many loyal clients from all walks of life. Visit Raymond for a reading at

2 Responses to A Whisper, Or A Phone Call?

  • Another very interesting article, Raymond! I grew up in a house with paranormal activity, and when I married, my then-husband and I bought a house of our own. I was young (19-20), and my husband worked shift work so I was often alone at night. I heard “strange noises” that bothered me, but I do believe that, particularly given my prior experiences with the paranormal, it was likely my imagination getting the better of me. I never really had anything happen that was particularly paranormal; they were usually creaks & groans from the basement, furnace & water heater kicking in etc., often explainable, or “could be” explained.) What was strange though, is that I discovered at some point that the gentleman who had owned the house prior to the couple who owned it before us, had passed away of a heart attack, on our sidewalk. So of course, every noise I heard after that seemed to pique my thoughts even more.

    Fast forward a number of years, my second husband and I were house-hunting about 15 years ago; I asked our realtor if she would think it a crazy question if I were to ask if particular houses were haunted – or had a past where I should be concerned there could be activity, such as a death occuring in the house or on the property – before deciding to purchase. I actually was quite surprised to hear that she had never had a client ask her that question before making a decision. However, she assured me that if it was something that did in fact concern me, then it wasn’t a “crazy” question at all.

    On a more morbid note – and I do apologize, I don’t mean it to be inappropriate – but when I hear news of a tragedy such as a murder or a suicide in a home, I ALWAYS think: I wonder who will purchase that house, and if they might be unaware of the occurrences that had happened, and if they might be subject to experiencing activity. I realize it wouldn’t be a disclosure that a realtor or homeowner might readily “volunteer”… unless they are specifically asked. For example, there is a house in the small city I live, where in 1996, 9 members of a family were murdered. I always wonder if that home ever sold, and/or if its history was disclosed to whoever might have bought it. (Further, the gunman committed suicide in a hotel room; to be honest, I have never thought to inquire about a particular room’s history before checking in.)

    Whether a person is comfortable or not in living in a home with a tragic history, and/or with paranormal activity, I belive it is a very important factor to at least be aware of before moving in. And when the day comes if I might be in the market to purchase a home again, I wouldn’t hesitate to ask about a home’s history.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Corina 🙂

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