New Age / Age of Aquarius

“Ramtha Intensive: Soulmates”

“Helen Greaves: Her Prophetic Dream of the New Age

“Transcendental Communication Transcripts . . . from Living Waters”

“Gifts of the Spirit”

“The New Age: ‘Lazaris’ Channeled by Jach Pursel”

“Dawn of the New Age: ‘Leader’ Writes”

“The Aquarian Age”

“Some Observations about ‘Channeling'”

“What Do People Ignorant about ‘Channeling’ Find Unbelievable , , ,?”

“The New Age: ‘Dr. Peebles’ Channeled by Thomas Jacobson”

“Our Magnetic Universe and a New Age (from Telah Speaks)”

“Considering Authentic ‘Channeling'”

“‘The Nine’ and the New Age”

“I Am The Word”

“Five Videos for People Who Don’t Yet Know about . . . ‘Channeling'”

“Self-Realization in the Aquarian Age – ‘The Inner Circle’ . . . Q&A 1955”

“Spiricom Breakthrough Video Recording Now Available on You Tube”

“Lessons of ‘The Seven'”

“Andrew Jackson Davis – Psychic and Channeler”

“Case Profile: Trance Medium Arthur Ford and ‘Control Spirit’ ‘Fletcher'”

“The New Age, Christ Consciousness and Second Coming”

“Channeled Communication about The New Age – Ten . . . Cases”

“New Thinking Is Needed in the New Age”

“Flying Saucer Contactees and the New Age”

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Here is an excerpt from the article “What Do People Ignorant about ‘Channeling’ Find Unbelievable Concerning the Subject?”:

A case study book about Thomas Jacobson channeling Dr. Peebles is To Dance with Angels (1990) by Don and Linda Pendleton of Southern California. Notes provided on the book jacket inside flaps identify James Martin Peebles as having been “born in Vermont in 1822 and died nearly one hundred years later in Los Angeles. Clergyman, physician, author, and world traveler, he was highly active on Earth and, from the other side, has remained keenly interested in human destiny, regarding communication with Earth as ‘my greatest recreation, greatest pleasure, and most extraordinary growth.” The Pendletons are quoted: ” . . . it became a book that had to be written. We could not have kept this information to ourselves.”

To Dance with Angels includes commentary of ‘Dr. Peebles’ about a new age—the Age of Aquarius—that is documented to have been announced by numerous channeled ‘entities’:

“. . . at the turn of the century you are upon a new age. There is no need for anyone to feel disconcerted or offended by that concept, but instead to celebrate the new with awareness that the new always incorporates the old, without exception but with a new twist, a new slant, another review.”