September 26th

Sheda Vasseghi

October 24th

Sheda Vasseghi

October 10th

Jackie Judge

Susan follows in her grandmother’s footsteps as a psychic and medium.  Her abilities really opened up when she experienced an NDE passing away from anaphylaxis at 25.  Since then, she has been very involved in the metaphysical community, teaching, learning, speaking, and doing readings. She is a member of the CSE, teaches and attends classes, and participates in Psychic Saturdays. Susan has undergrad degrees in Business and Human Resources, and a Master’s in Education and Human Development.  Currently she is a Specialist in Leadership Development.

Sheda Vasseghi has a Doctorate in Education focusing on how history of Iran and Iranians are presented in educational materials. Dr. Vasseghi also has a Master of Arts in Ancient History with emphasis on ancient Persia and a Master of Science in Business Administration. Dr. Vasseghi works in the field of Intellectual Property law in Washington, D.C., and is an adjunct professor of history at the Northern Virginia Community College. As a correspondent with Freepressers and WorldTribune, she has published dozens of articles on Iran’s affairs and is a member of persepolis3D.com—a group founded in Germany specializing in virtual reconstruction of ancient sites based on archaeological findings and architecture expertise. As a student at the Morris Pratt Institute and a member of The CSE, Dr. Vasseghi is particularly drawn to physical mediumship.

Sharon Rogers is a student with the Morris Pratt Institute pursuing credentialing in the ministry. In addition to becoming a minister her goals include becoming a Certified Medium, Commissioned Healer and most importantly a National Spiritualist Teacher. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors for the CSE. Sharon’s spiritual path led her to the Center of Spiritual Enlightenment in 2010 to help people help themselves in pursuit of their spiritual path.

Jacqueline Judge is a student of the Morris Pratt Institute and has served as a student medium and healer at CSE. She also serves the CSE Pastoral Committee as well as hosts a Drum Circle twice a month here at the CSE. She studies with mediumship tutors from the Arthur Findlay College and is a Reiki master.

Sheda Vasseghi has a Doctorate in Education focusing on how history of Iran and Iranians are presented in educational materials. Dr. Vasseghi also has a Master of Arts in Ancient History with emphasis on ancient Persia and a Master of Science in Business Administration. Dr. Vasseghi works in the field of Intellectual Property law in Washington, D.C., and is an adjunct professor of history at the Northern Virginia Community College. As a correspondent with Freepressers and WorldTribune, she has published dozens of articles on Iran’s affairs and is a member of persepolis3D.com—a group founded in Germany specializing in virtual reconstruction of ancient sites based on archaeological findings and architecture expertise. As a student at the Morris Pratt Institute and a member of The CSE, Dr. Vasseghi is particularly drawn to physical mediumship.

October 3rd

Craig Richardson

September 19th

Sharon Rogers

Craig Richardson has been on a twenty-year spiritual journey that began in 2000 with his conversion to Catholicism.  After fifteen years in the Catholic Church, during which he received an M.A. in Catholic theology, he began looking elsewhere for answers that did not satisfy him in formal Christianity.  He’s studied the Bhagavadgita, and received certifications in tarot reading, alchemy, and hypnotherapy.  He also pursued Rosicrucianism, and found CSE by attending the Thursday psychic development circle in early 2019. 

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October 17th

Susan Luck




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