This was a single by the Electric Light Orchestra in the Spring of 1977.
It was their fifteenth single, and it reached number seven on the pop charts, making it their highest-charting single (and that would stand for two years, when “Don’t Bring Me Down” went to number four).
It’s a song about communication, and I thought it an appropriate way to lead into some exciting news.
I started Psychic Tapestry a few years ago as a skeptic. I wanted to believe, but I didn’t want to be tricked. Besides, nothing had ever happened to me and I had never witnessed anything happening to anyone else.
Then, things changed (which you can read about in the ABOUT ME section RIGHT HERE).
If you’ve listened to the shows with any regularity (and thank you to all who have), you’ve been following my metaphysical journey.
Back when I started this show, I never imagined I’d be writing this particular blog, sharing this particular news, but here goes…
There’s a well-respected site called California Psychics
(www.californiapsychics.com). There are lots of websites offering psychic readings, but this one is one of the few that has consistently gotten good reviews.
The folks at California Psychics have reached out to me and asked me to help them launch a new site, Psychic Encounters (www.psychicencounters.com).
Pretty cool huh?
One of the things I love about Psychic Tapestry is that it allows people to get some spiritual assistance and guidance at no cost. Everyone doesn't get that chance, as the shows are only two hours long, but I feel like the people who need it most are the ones that get through.
And while there are many psychics available on California Psychics, some just can’t afford to get readings there. It makes sense, as the Psychics there have lots of experience and it stands to reason you’d pay more for that.
Psychic Encounters has gathered together a couple dozen psychics who are ready to help you for a very affordable price. And there is almost always at least one person there that’s available and ready to help you.
I know this probably sounds like a pitch for this website, and to a degree, it certainly is. But it’s also a way for me to convey my excitement at being asked to be a part of something pretty special.
So if you can’t get through to one of Psychic Tapestry’s shows, or you’d like something a little more private, click on over and give me a call!
One note, though. If you do head over to the Psychic Encounters website looking for me, you’ll find me listed as Scott. Someone else also has my first name, so I used my middle name, instead.
You can go directly to my page if you’d like by clicking RIGHT HERE!
Or you can just click HERE to see everyone on their site and pick whoever you feel good about.
Thank you so much for tuning into the show, and following along with my journey (whether you’re here for the first time, or you've been here all along, or you’re somewhere in between).
And if you were around in the 1970’s, or are just a fan of E.L.O., here’s the video for their song, “Telephone Line”…
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