Our show for Wednesday, the 2nd of December is with with an internationally renowned author and psychic, William Stillman. Mr. Stillman will be speaking with us about his books – ten of which he has authored, and four he has co-authored, mostly on autism; his involvement with police in criminal investigations as a psychic; clearing buildings of negative energy; and how to develop your own psychic abilities. Yes! You read that correctly. Mr. Stillman will talk with us on how to develop our own psychic abilities!
Our show will be for an hour and a half and we will be taking calls from you, our listeners.
Here is more information on Mr. Stillman from his website (link below):
William Stillman has been dubbed "The Autism Whisperer," by talk show host Frankie Picasso, for his innate ability to understand and interpret children and adults on the autism spectrum. Lisa Jo Rudy, About.com's autism moderator, has said, "William Stillman is one of the few who can translate the workings of the autistic mind to the neuro-typical community." And Kelly Jad'on, of Internet news outlet BasilandSpice.com, stated, "William Stillman dares to go where few have gone before; without a doubt, he is the forerunner of the beginning of a movement which will alter the development and future of mankind."
Psychic William Stillman is the internationally known, award-winning author of the Autism and the God Connection book trilogy that explores aspects of spiritual giftedness in many people with autism. These books encompass Autism and the God Connection, The Soul of Autism (translated in three languages to date), and The Autism Prophecies. His latest book is Conversations with Dogs: A Psychic Reveals What Our Canine Companions Have to Say (And How You Can Talk to Them Too!). His future project is a book about spiritual warfare and how negative spiritual entities affect those of us who are susceptible.
For more information on William Stillman, visit his website at: www.williamstillman.com
Our interview will start tomorrow, Wednesday the 2nd of December, at:
We look forward to hearing from you!
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