Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Gay Activist Suzane Northrop Speaks OUT

Produced by Charlotte Robinson

In this exclusive audio interview Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson talks with Suzane Northrop, one of the world’s leading Trance Mediums. Suzane co-hosts “The Afterlife” with David Millbern on the gay network here! TV and OUT tv in Canada. The show's concept presents a series of séances for the gay & lesbian audience. This is an exceptional opportunity for members of the LGBT community to experience a real séance. When asked about her work Northrop stated, “Ultimately this is about love. This is about love and my connection with God. The God that I know is all about love. And who we choose or how we choose to believe or whatever our religious preferences are, that’s a personal thing. I know in my heart what I do is about connection of love and that is the whole emphasis of what I do. As I make the connection with the people that we love and, although they have left their bodies, they still continue to love us. For me I think it is an extremely key element for the community. If you can look at this as love and not get into whatever your personal things are, perhaps people would see things differently. When I was asked actually to do the show on this network, I thought about it and you know what, everyone should have access to the best people they can that will help them in that element of connection and love in the LGBT community.”

For the past 26 years, Suzane Northrop has worked to bridge the gap between the world of living and the spirit world. Her literary credits include The Séance: Guide for the Living, The Séance: Messages from Beyond, Second Chance: Healing Messages from the Afterlife, Everything Happens for a Reason, Recipes for the Soul (a Medium's Cookbook). She has lectured extensively in the United States, Great Britain and Canada to groups including the New York University’s Anthropological Society, New York Women’s Bar Association, The Spiritual Frontier Fellowship, American and British Societies for Physical Research and most recently the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine.

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