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Maurice Chevalier


Maurice Chevalier

Five sessions from 1972 to 1984

Windows Media


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This recording by the Leslie Flint Educational Trust has five recordings by Maurice Chevalier, the actor, singer, and entertainer. It is a good example of the voice obviously being the same, but the quality from the voice box changing.

Chevalier was an immensely popular, affable French entertainer whose accent became familiar to audiences worldwide. His signature songs were "Louse," "Mimi," and "Valentine." He was in a few pictures as well. In the first recording, of a seance in 1972, he had been dead for only a week or two and was very confused. He didn't know how he had gotten there and didn't at the time fully realize that he had passed away.

Chevalier came through in a second seance, several years later. The sitters thought it might be four years later, but that would not match the dates for his death and the next, third seance. In this seance, he was very upbeat and "very happy to be alive" with no aches or pains. He says that Tyrone Power is there with him. He brings through a woman who mentions only the word "Chanson," meaning "song" in French. We learn nothing more about her.

In the third seance, on April 3, 1975, Chevalier comes through again, more subdued. He explains that many people are there, but it is often difficult for people to manage to speak. He says that he is very happy now.

In the fourth seance, in 1982, he is energetic and full of life. He explains that some times people cling to the earth after death and don't know they're dead. They think they're going to wake up from this dream. He explains that when he died, he couldn't believe he was dead, and guides came to help him understand. He mentions that one of the sitters knows a friend of his with whom he acted in a movie. He says one day, he will come and sing, perhaps the song "Louise."

He explains that at some times, he goes to lower spheres to help souls there. Sometimes they recognize him.

In the last seance, in November 1984, Chevalier comes through again. He says many would like to speak, and sometimes people manage to come through, but most often there are so many people they cannot get through. They have to push through to get to speak. Mickey, Flint's control on the other side, had mentioned at the first seance Chevalier came to that he and "pushed his way in." Many people stand in the background. However, some deliberately hold back so others can speak. He says there are so many who would like to speak, that they would be there for days listening if everyone could come through.

Time is an illusion, he says. The spirit realm has many, many worlds, that are in our Earth atmosphere. They have a form of time, but not as we understand it. They are aware of our thoughts more than we realize. Sometimes they can tune into our thoughts and come more onto our vibration. All life, he explains, is constant movement, vibration, and change. We on Earth know little of it. What we think is a reality or solidity is just something we are in harmony or vibration with. We sit on a chair and it feels solid because we vibrate in harmony with it.

He goes on to explain that when we die, the real person we are continues. The moment we leave the physical body, the shell, the house in which we are stationed for a short space of time, and you are no longer using the physical body and brain, we are not tuning into the mechanism of the body. However, for a short time, we cling to material thoughts and ideas. We are not different immediately after. When we are released completely from the old remembrance, we come into a higher level, in the outer worlds.

Everything, he explains, is natural law, in order, and in harmony. He comes to us from a sphere of activity removed from our world, but that doesn't' mean to say that he can't reenter our world for a short space of time.

He explains that very shortly after he died, he was bewildered and he the Champs-Élysées, bumping into people, but they didn't know it. He shouted loudly to be noticed, but no one heard. He was very frustrated. He says he sat at a cafe and a woman and man sat down very near his table. He looked at them, but they didn't seem to know he was there. They lifted the cups of coffee to their lips and he said he wanted to have some, but couldn't. He says he became very cross because no one paid attention to him and he kicked the tables. He went to the table where the man and woman were sitting, shouted, kicked the chairs, and kicked the man on his leg. But the man didn't notice at all. That made Chevalier very angry. He knew he was alive, but he wanted them to know he was alive. He says he kept riding the elevator, "up and down, down and up." People stood right in front of him and he breathed on their necks, but they didn't take notice. One woman said, "Oh, what a cold breeze," and it was him.

Chevalier goes on to explain that if we think of them, that sends our thoughts to them. They receive our impressions, and then they can be with us, not in a physical way, but mentally. Time, he asserts, is nothing.

He ends the last seance by saying that over there, everyone gets to know that we are all part of the same life, the same creation; we are all bound together by love, that overcomes all obstacles.


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