Channeling Elizabeth Taylor, Part One

Thanks for your feedback, everyone! Looks like the consensus is: the Channeling Erik book first, then one of the non-celebrity books shortly after. I’m not sure which of the categories to do first of the four, but I’m wondering if maybe I should just mix them up. I could have a series of books, each with 50 or so non celebs and celebs. What do y’all think? I can send you the list by email if you want.

Also, please send love and healing to our sweet Jason. He has a serious concussion, and, on top of that, he struggles with getting through the holidays, emotionally. Love you Jason. We’re here for you.

And now for the queen of Hollywood herself: The Eternally Beautiful Liz Taylor:

Channeling Transcript

Me: Who do you want to interview next, Erik? I’ll let you pick this time.

Jamie (to Erik): Oh, what do you mean. Okay, Elizabeth Taylor?

Me: Oh, good!

Erik: Yeah, cuz she knows Rock.

Me: She does! She does indeed! And if I remember correctly, she was very fond of Rock Hudson. Very supportive.

Jamie: She’s that old, too?

Me: Yeah. So can you go get her, Erik?

Jamie: Oh, don’t worry, she’s here.

Me: Oh, hello, Ms. Taylor!

Jamie: She is young! God she probably looks like she’s in her late twenties, early thirties, very much a woman.

Me: She was so beautiful. How are you doing, Ms. Taylor?

Liz: Please call me Liz.

Jamie and I laugh.

Me: Aw! Okay then. So, Liz, first of all, let me congratulate you on your passing, your travel back Home.

Liz: Thank you. Whoever would have thought I’d live so long!

Me: Aw! Yeah, you had a lot of health issues later on in life, didn’t you? But, you were tough!

Liz: It was very disappointing.

Me: What was?

Liz: All those health issues and quietly losing my mind.

Me: Oh, okay. I see. I’m going to ask you some questions if you don’t mind. Can we begin?

Liz: Please do! I find this so entertaining!

Me: Good. Hopefully we’ll do you justice for “your” public. You’re so adored. I feel like you and Michael are from other planets, like starseeds.

Liz: Aren’t we all?

Me: Well, I guess you could look at it that way! So, can you tell me, Liz, what your beliefs were about death and the afterlife and whether or not they changed after you crossed over?

Jamie listens for a while.

Jamie: Wow, she talks very easily, and it’s weird, because she almost has kind of an English accent, but not quite. I thought she was purely American, but there’s a bit of an accent on a few of the sounds.

Me: Yes, exactly.

Liz: I had many beliefs in religion and spirituality during my life, and it was something that was very strong with me.

Jamie listens more.

Jamie (to Liz): Judaism?

Me: Oh, really? Okay.

Jamie: She was Jewish?

Me: I have no earthly idea. Seems like I remember her getting into Kabbalism.

Liz: Yes, well I was Christian, then I converted to Judaism.

Me: Oh, I think I remember that.

Liz: Yes, I felt closer to their rituals and beliefs, but if you were to ask me at any given point, I would say my roots were more in spirituality than any other structured religion.

Me: Oh, yeah.

Liz: Everywhere I looked for spiritual answers, so much of it was where I wanted to be, and then it would lead me astray. I found that we are each our own best shepherd. An organized religion doesn’t come close in guiding us, spiritually.

Me: Exactly.

Liz: And that’s what spirituality is based upon. So, I felt very comfortable stating that I was spiritual.

Me: Did that change after you died?

Liz: Most of it did change. It very much grew to a stronger belief for me, because, upon arriving after my passing, it was almost a childish laugh I let loose.

Me: Really?

Liz: Yes, because the mystery was over! Now I know, and what you end up knowing is that any path to the enlightenment within yourself is correct. But there I was, blindly searching several different paths until I found one that had more light to it, that felt more attractive to me. I don’t really know what I had been searching for, and so my laugh after my passing was a release.

Me: Like an “a ha!” laugh.

Liz: Yes.

Me: Well, you don’t have to grope in the dark any more.

Liz laughs.

Liz: No, God is around us. God is everywhere we look.

Me: Yeah, even every place we don’t look, probably!

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  • Steve Trask

    I can just hear her voice as I read this. I can only imagine that she is a very advanced soul.

  • she was friends with Michael Jackson, and an early aids advocate. Like so many I think she needed to quiet the voices with drugs and alcohol and that love affair between her and Richard Burton-now that was love!!!

  • Anonymous

    Oh no! I hate to hear that about Jason and will be sending him much love and healing thoughts and light for a speedy recovery. I really enjoyed this entry, Elise. I’ve always loved Elizabeth Taylor. She had such an intoxicating energy and so beautiful. Thanks so much for posting it, I can’t wait for the books!! 🙂 I was wondering if you had Sharon Tate on your list of people to interview?

    • Remember these are just teasers now. The real entries are around 10-20 single spaced pages! Phew! I’m getting callouses on my fingertips.

      • Really? You mean all the interviews are much longer?

  • Maria Laing

    I am offering prayers for Jason…..and hope that his concussion is not too severe. My grandson, Nick, 15, just had a concussion while playing soccer and had headache as a result so I am hoping Jason isn’t suffering from too much headache. I understand the struggle with the holidays. Maybe for different reasons, but I struggle too. So I will also be mindful of Jason. I am always thinking of those who “have not” at this time when so much emphasis is on the “having”, even if the having enables one to give…there are so many who have not even been able to experience the joy of giving. Does that sound complicated? Blessings to all.

  • Rocci

    Ah, I am sending Jason love , light and Deeksha. I hold the thought of seeing him in total recovery. Liz was truly a beautiful woman in her life on earth. I am excited to hear more of her interview.

  • Anonymous

    Liz was always one of my favorites, it’s a shame she suffered toward the end. I’m looking forward to seeing what else she has to say. Also, so sorry to hear about Jason, I’ll send some healing thoughts his way.

  • missed the Jason thing first read-prayers and trust me this holiday thing is grin and bear it and look for some moments of comfort and joy.

    • I just found out through an email so you didn’t miss anything.

  • It does make sense. Just remember that this how are have nots are probably meant to suffer as they do as part of their spiritual experience. I feel so bad for them too, but I’m trying to shift my perspective this time and think: “Good for you! You’re getting your work done!” It’s fascinating how 99% of everything is perspective. It’s the razor thin line between sadness and happiness.

  • Tracy Lamont

    I like that you’re doing Erik’s book first, Elisa and think any subsequent volumes would be good if they were mixed up so there’s something for everyone in all of them.

    Sending you lots of love, Jason. You’re such a special, giving soul and mean so much to us all. Take care…

    Liz was just gorgeous, wasn’t she? A true Hollywood beauty. Such a shame her life was blighted by ill health.

    She was born in NW London to American parents and so had dual citizenship. They moved back to the states at the outbreak of WWII to avoid hostilities. However, she always held on to her British roots.

    Did she mention Richard Burton? Was he her twin flame? They married twice but couldn’t seem to live with or without each other.

  • liz was english born in england

    • She spent most of her childhood in the U.S., and for the most part had an american accent (with slight English).

      Anytime she did do a British accent, it was fake.

  • Aaliyah

    It’s a beautiful interview and Elizabeth was a wonderful human being and she still is, from beyond, in spirit. But, I have to tell you, she hated to be called Liz when she was on earth, she truly hated when somebody called her Liz. And the first thing she says to you is that you should call her exactly that? Liz! – That’s just very odd to me, I must say. Interesting you should hear that. 😉 And also, if you come out with books of the interviews, be prepared that dearest Michael Jackson may return, so you don’t feel too awakard having his interview from beyond in print, just saying, with love. Because, the man doesn’t even have his name on a grave yet, and he “passed” year 2009. It’s exciting knowing he’s pulled this off. The master knows what he is doing. Oh, he knows. (: It’s honestly very brave and big of you to post this for everyone; that does take a lot. It takes confidence. And so does this comment of mine; it takes a lot to voice this truth, in fear of hurting someone.

  • Deborah Underwood

    It’s very strange that she would request to be called “Liz” — when she was here, in the physical, she hated, with a passion, being called “Liz” — she insisted everyone call her Elizabeth. She was (and is) a wonderful spirit, with a deep well of compassion and a very passionate, lusty nature. She and Richard Burton had an amazing connection.

    • KL23

      Yes she did, Deborah, yes she did…makes one wonder doesn’t it?

  • JB930

    She hated to be called Liz and stated this in interviews.

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