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Caution: If you are considering the purchase of this book, please be aware it is transcripts of channelling discussions with persons whom has passed over (deceased) and the connection is through a channelling medium.
If personal or religious beliefs deny your acceptance of this connection to the other side of life beyond death, we advise strongly not to proceed with the purchase.
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Table Of Contents
Introduction to Channeling
Introduction to 'Conversations with Cilla Black'
All about Cilla
Cliff at my funeral
Death and dying
Cilla chats about her dear friend Cliff Richard
My friendship with Cliff
Cheerio from Cilla
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Introduction to Channeling
What is channeling?
It is the ability of a psychic medium the host, to connect with someone who has passed over and left their physical existence behind. The non-physical entity speaks through the voice of Sussan the host using her library of words and emotions. To fully comprehend channeling is to understand the ability of the host, to allow a non-physical entity to communicate through her.
What is a non-physical entity?
It is the spirit and vibration of a deceased person. The memory experience of a person who once lived on the physical plane is now stored away, in what is called the Akashic records, or what we refer to as the 'Universal Filing System' of all that has existed. It is a remarkable system truly beyond our comprehension because not only do we access the memories and experiences of the person but through the channeling host Sussan, the energy or entity becomes interactive. What I mean by interactive is that we can discuss subjects with the non-physical entity not dissimilar to a normal conversation. Remembering, time is only an earthly measure and does not exist in the Universe.
This is different to a medium such as John Edwards who by audio and visual emotional queues verbally passes on the messages through his interpretation of the information. Whereby, a channeler allows the entity to communicate directly using the host's library of sound and emotion.
Once we have passed from our life on earth we move through a sort of spiritual exchange program where the part that was our recorded physical life is stored away in the 'Universal Filing System', while our spirit/soul returns to the universe to become part of the greater consciousness.
Introduction to Cilla Black
Cilla Black passed away on the 1st August 2015. She was England's favorite show business personality for over fifty years winning the hearts of many generations of fans and to many, she will always be the girl next door.
Sussan is a channeler, a gifted psychic medium who can make contact beyond the illusion of the finality of death to the one we know as Cilla.
The book is not a biography of her life but a chat about the emotions of her success, religious beliefs, friends and her meteoric rise to stardom.
She talks in depth about her friendship to Cliff Richard and his private world, describing him as 'a gift of love.'
To understand her friend Cliff, we also made contact with his sister Donna Goulden who passed away in April 2016.
I asked Cilla to tell us about her husband Bobby who died in 1999, she did but also said we could speak to him ourselves, so we did.
You will fall in love, all over again with Cilla and her wonderful insights and understanding of Cliff Richard, one of her closest friends.
Cilla told us that some of our questions had never been asked of her before, so you're in for a treat.
All about Cilla
On a warm summer's evening in Italy, Sussan asked if Cilla Black would speak to us. We had the prompting that it was possible she would. We are not English so had little knowledge of her life beyond a handful of songs as she was a bit before our time.
However, she did say at the end of the session that no one has ever publicly asked about her own religious truths as I have done.
So please join us as we talk with Cilla as she chats about her friendship with Cliff Richard, whom she describes as 'a gift of love to humanity' and then gives us an in-depth understanding of his world.
Besides endearing us to Cliff Richard, I found Cilla a gift of love herself as she talks for the first time about her religious beliefs. The sessions changed my ideas in a positive way about the relevance of organized religion such as Catholicism in people's lives. So let's begin.
Sussan asks lovingly for Cilla to speak to us.
Cilla connects: Of course I will speak to you, thank you, this is exciting. I feel like I am still performing.
Ron asks Cilla: Tell us about Cilla?
Cilla answers: My life was very full and well beyond my wildest expectations. Did I have any idea I would reach such heights in my singing career? No, but there was nothing to go back too, so I tried hard to get myself as far as I could.
It has to be the hardest gig in life to be an entertainer because we are always trying to please someone. Well I was. I wanted to please my fans and of course, my manager.
But when Bobby took over as my manager it was easy to please him, I loved him.
There was always the feeling that I would reach a point where I wouldn't be able to please the fans anymore. That didn't happen, they loved me and I loved them, I never forgot their support. But there is also a point for every entertainer with a fear of old age, not being wanted or deteriorating health puts an end to what we love doing the most.
Everyone knows if the bookings stop, we are quickly forgotten. Our voices deteriorate over time, it's natural and then the song writers don't give us the songs anymore. For many it's death without an actual death.
Fortunately for me, I went onto other areas of entertainment and made enough money, so I never looked back.
Ron asks Cilla: Your death was seen as an accident by some and accidental suicide by others when you fell and hit your head. Can you tell us about it?
Cilla answers: Of course my death was an accident. The only time an accident is not an accident is when we expect it and I certainly did not expect this one. I would have stayed working in a reduced way if I had the extra time. I loved the interaction with people and relished being a compere. Naturally I loved to sing whenever the invitation came my way.
Ron asks Cilla. Did you feel you died too young?
Cilla answers: That's a funny question, because any time we die is too young! I would have gone on longer if it hadn't been for the accident that day. I had a prompting not to go outside but I ignored the warning, it wasn't the first time I hadn't listened to the little voice inside of me.
Ron asks Cilla: Can you tell us about Bobby?
Cilla answers: Bobby was just the best, straight up and down, calling it as he saw it, that's how I would describe him. But I will mention, he didn't like my early manager. Brian was always trying to side-step Bobby by telling me I didn't need him. Bobby was the only one who really looked after me. The others would have used me for the money until the next so-called star came along.
Ron asks Cilla: You married Bobby in 1969 however you appeared to be living together in 1967 in London, can you explain?
Cilla answers: That's a challenging question. Unofficially we lived together but you need to put this into the context of society at the time. We were warned any leaking of the details of our serious but unofficial relationship could destroy my career.
It may have been the swinging sixties, but I was a Catholic girl from Liverpool and Bobby was Protestant. I was a professional artist and we were very concerned that public knowledge of our living arrangements could have turned religious intolerance into a hatred of Bobby or damaged my career.
The official line was Bobby was my manager but when we were married we were given the stamp of approval, regardless of the perceived religious conflict.
Ron asks Cilla: