Paul Bennett is a busy and talented man. He’s been kind enough to grant us a quick interview. Paul offers completely free spiritual healing and exorcisms to those who need them. His site, EAL Spiritual Psychic Healing, provides his contact details and his own personal experiences of Stigmata.
You rejected God after failing the ordination selection at Kelham Monastery, and then experienced partial and full stigmata which helped you renew your faith. That’s an amazing story.
I certainly rejected God following the disappointment with Kelham and I joined the Parachute Regiment for nine years as a result. Partial and full stigmata occurred much later and were the profound experiences which promoted a return to religious involvement, such experiences influenced me the most.
What does Christmas mean to you? What’s your view on how Christmas is presented by today’s media?
Christmas is about renewal – the immaculate conception, and rebirth etc., Unfortunately, the media misses the point and concentrates on the orgy of spending.
You offer free spiritual and psychic healing by email? What was the motivation behind that? You also offer free exorcisms. How did you discover you could help people rid themselves or their homes of evil spirits?
Online spiritual and psychic assistance has been offered for about four years but is not as popular as online exorcisms which are assisted by Google Adwords. I can only stress that the majority of clients are pleased with their results.
You’ve worked in the banking industry in the. What’s the heart of the city like when it comes to faith and spirituality?
Excluding the various churches and chapels in the City of London there is very little spirituality to speak of.
Do you find any discord between role as a psychic healer and medium conflict and your religion?
The only discords are the clients who want readings e.g., help with practical everyday advice. I have to explain to them that my contribution is essentially religious and that I am regrettably unable to help.
In Pure Spirit
Paul offers his talents and his help for free but he has had a career in banking to support him. Does his offer of free healing reflect on those who try and make a living from their talents?