"Interesting that Seth points out (rightly) that psychics are not infallible and we must test them, also that he was once a minor Pope. i.e.:
Seth (ESP Class 1-22-74): "Do not set up the psychic world, as you
think of it, as another authority. Popes are infallible [sic]! So are
Seth (ESP Class 1-7-75)
Now, I have spoken many times, with many languages, and
in many times and places, and when I was a minor Pope, I was far from
eloquent. I was a petty, religious politician. I can look back,
So you are alive and dead at once, and there is no difference. You
if you are interested there is a vast amount of “Seth”
material freely available on the internet. Yale University holds a
complete freely available collection. They note it is the second most
sourced material in their library!
Also here is a link to an interesting article by a Dr Paul Cunningham (Professor of Psychology). It provides an analysis of possible methodologies which could be used to determine the source of psychic/medium “teachings” - using “Seth” as an example. I must say it was a delight to see such recent interest in “Seth” teachings at a University level, as a relevant psychology matter, and as a professional science research paper. I thought you might be particularly interested in view of your wish to find the source of how one receives synchronistic information.
I am surprised that he has tackled this issue as I would think it much harder than assessing the likely validity of all the information provided (by a particular psychic/medium), by sampling and testing for accuracy, consistency, correlation and predictive capability – which is my prime interest.
You might even consider Professor Cunningham’s paper worthy of inclusion in your website.
psychics! Remember that! You question vigorously when a Pope speaks
his edicts, so question when a psychic speaks his or her edicts, and
do not blindly follow any rule or any dogma."