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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Pamela Evans wants psychic studies at Western

By Lori Mastronardi
Gazette Staff

Pamela Evans is as dead as she'll ever be.

Twenty-three years ago a German psychic divulged predictions that made Pamela's head spin and caused her to seriously reconsider her views of the world.

"She told me why I was here in this lifetime, which was to teach the masses about spiritual matters and that if I wrote a book about my special knowledge, I would make a lot of money. That's the book. Do you have my book?"

Dead As I'll Ever Be: Psychic Adventures That Changed My Life sprouted from Pamela's desire to restore psychics to an elevated position in society. She stresses the need to incorporate essential courses like astrology, palmistry and methods of divination into our education system, because apparently, "It's all the basic stuff that every human should know."

Pamela believes that alongside high school aptitude tests, there should be an astrology chart to guide students through their course selection and provide insight into their capabilities. "Say you're born with a half-decent voice - the people who have more than a half-decent voice are the ones who may go to the Juilliard School of Music to develop it further. It's the same sort of thing."

Pamela is eager to share some of her tips regarding valid predictions. Having visited over 40 psychics in "this" lifetime, she recognizes not all psychics are trustworthy. "My suggestion is the first time you go, let the psychic bring whatever information she can from your guide to hers and then get into whatever else you want to know."

As for simple horoscopes, Pamela describes them as being merely general and entertaining. "You should never deal with any horoscope that isn't based on your own personal date of birth, place of birth and the time to the minute."

Reincarnation plays a particularly heavy role in Pamela's psychic interests, because she thinks it is one of the most important things we'll ever learn. "Everything happens for a reason; there are no accidents in life AT ALL. We decide what our pattern is going to be between our lifetimes with the help of loving entities in the spirit world. We choose the next fetus that we come into."

Pamela rejected the church message at age 13 because she realized people could live without religion. She stresses that if you've been brought up Catholic, you've been brainwashed.

"The only rule you have to remember in life is the golden rule - so nothing is a sin that you choose to do that doesn't hurt anybody. Do you understand? I mean, all these cooked up things the church has got and the rules and regulations are just a pile of crap."

Latching onto a belief in reincarnation, Pamela now understands life is more than a random series of events. She knows why she's here and where she's going, which eliminates the possibility of fear.

"Nothing could scare me. I know that we never die. I know that I've got two more lives coming up and I've had twelve in the past - I just found that out last week. I've got peace of mind that I never thought I'd have."

Pamela Evans will give a lecture at the Wolf Perfomance Hall tonight, at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $20 at the door.


EVANS ON ORGANIZED RELIGION:

Being involved in any religion is like sitting in a play pen. Children need playpens, but once a soul evolves I don't need that playpen of rules anymore; I can think for myself, and I'm not going to allow any other institution to tell me about how to think about God. It's only an idiot that allows that to happen, but unfortunately people don't think that much - they don't pay attention to the crap they're being taught in church.

ON WESTERN SCIENCE:

Western science is a mind-closing acitivity because it indoctrinates students that there is no life after death and that anything that can't be measured by scientific instruments doesn't exist either. And that's really stupid - but that's what they're teaching at the university level.

 

 

 

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