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meet legendary medium george anderson
 

For more than forty years, George Anderson has been able to bridge the world of the hereafter and the earth, through his ability to communicate messages of hope from those we love who have passed on.  Since the age of six, George has had a special relationship with the souls who depend on his ability to hear them, and bring peace and comfort to their grieving families.  He is widely considered, by those in the medical, scientific and religious fields to be the world's greatest living medium.

George Anderson has dedicated his life to helping the bereaved cope with loss by delivering messages of hope from their deceased loved ones with an accuracy and specificity that is unrivalled by contemporaries in his field.  His ability is so unusual that those in virtually every walk of life consider him a true and genuine conduit to the world hereafter.

At the age of 6 years old, George Anderson contracted chicken pox, which quickly became a nearly fatal case of encephalomyelitis--a swelling of the brain which caused damage to his cerebrum and rendered him unable to walk.  At the time, he was not expected to survive, but made a slow recovery over the course of the following three months, even regaining the use of his legs.  Not long after that near-fatal episode, George began seeing the image of a woman dressed in lilac colored robes, who George later came to understand was St. Joan of Arc.  She  spoke to George at length about life hereafter, and the journey he would eventually be asked to embark upon.  He also began to regularly see and hear relatives and family friends who had already passed on.  Although initially dismissed as childish fantasy or dreams, the episodes continued, and George's parents and doctors feared that he may have incurred permanent brain damage as a result of his illness.  Still, it did not stop the episodes of communication from the souls, which increased in frequency and duration into George's teenage years.  They alarmed George's family, friends and teachers to the point where it was felt he should be committed to an insane asylum, thinking that the voices he heard and the visions he saw were the result of Schizophrenia.  Only the intervention of a very spiritual and understanding doctor, who believed George's visions, kept him from being committed for the rest of his life.  George reluctantly continued receiving and sharing messages as a young man, often helping those who found their way to him after suffering a loss, to find George with the ability to share with them messages of hope and comfort from their loved ones passed on.  It was then, with the help of the souls, that George realized his life's calling--to help those who suffer from grief to reconnect with loved ones who had made the transition to the world hereafter.  Although some believe that George was chosen by the souls as a communicator, medical professionals theorize that George's ability to see and hear from the souls is a result of a "rewiring" of the brain after trauma at such an early age, which over-adapted and awakened a part of the brain which can discern the electromagnetic energy the souls use to communicate.

In his career, George has done more than 30,000 sessions for the bereaved, and is the most scientifically tested medium of this century.  He has earned the respect and acclaim of those who work in scientific, medical and religious fields not only due to his ability, but his dedication to those who suffer the loss of a loved one.  Researchers in the field of science, afterlife studies and spirituality have called George "Astonishing,"  "The Gold Standard by which all mediums are measured," and "A Stradivarius among mediums."  He continues to work with people from all over the world, from everyday people to politicians, heads of state, celebrities and royalty, who have been astounded by his simple manner and extraordinary ability to communicate messages from the souls.

George Anderson's life seems fated to be a series of firsts--in 1982, he was the first medium ever to appear weekly in a television series.   Psychic Channels revolutionized the way people thought about the concept of mediumship, and blazed a trail for other psychic shows to gain mainstream acceptance.  In 1987, the book about his extraordinary ability, WE DON'T DIE  was the first book by a medium to become a bestseller.  In 1990, George was the first medium to accept the challenge of rigorous testing from top university scientists to verify his ability to receive messages from those who have passed on.  In 1993, he was the first medium to spark a nationwide interest in the phenomenon of mediumship through national television talk shows, newspapers and magazines.  In 1995, George Anderson was the first and only medium invited to Holland by the holocaust-surviving members of the Anne Frank family, and in 2001, became the first and only medium in history to receive approval from Network Television Standards and Practices to appear on network primetime television in his own special, CONTACT: TALKING TO THE DEAD. George's work has been referenced in more than 60 books about grief, loss and the paranormal.  His work has been filmed for dozens of talk shows and television programs, including Lifetime's Beyond Chance, CBS News' 48 Hours,  HBO's Life Afterlife, Unsolved Mysteries,  Nippon Japan TV's World's Most Extraordinary People, NBC'S The Extraordinary, NBC's Put To The Test, BBC London's Incredible Journey, and CNN's Larry King Live. His work has also been featured in dozens of national newspapers and magazines.

George is the author of the New York Times Bestseller, Lessons From The Light, Walking in the Garden of Souls, and is the subject of the National Bestseller, We Don't Die, We Are Not Forgotten, and Our Children Forever.  His books have sold more than one million copies, and have been in continuous print for more than twenty three years.   

Worldwide acclaim and recognition for his extraordinary ability has not altered George Anderson's simple, lifelong commitment--to help reunite the souls with their grieving families here, bringing comfort, hope and a new understanding that all is not lost to physical death.  Of his incredible life and amazing ability, George Anderson's only comment is the modest statement of a true visionary-- "I am only the instrument."