About John Starkey

About John Starkey

 

John with Paul Shuttleworth (Shutsy) on Telford FM

For over 40 years, John Starkey has practiced the art of clairvoyance. This means to ‘see’ things, not just with the physical eyesight, but with the foresight that  the subconscious mind permits. Some people call this subconscious dream the state of Medium, because this form of consciousness appears to be halfway between sleep and awake.

One of the first radio broadcasts John remembers doing was on Wiltshire Radio with Johnny Walker, and for many years John was on a programme called ‘The Midnight Line’ on Beacon Radio in Wolverhampton with Ian Perry. This ran for several years, after which another regular show arose with Gordon Astley on BBC Radio WM.

John appeared several times with BBC WM’s Ed Doolan and in London on LBC Radio with Clive Bull, a popular phone-in show, where John did readings for callers live on air. During the Clairvoyant spot which lasted 120 minutes John received 78,000 calls in one hour. Obviously, John could only talk to a small proportion of the callers, but it made for fascinating radio.

Listen out for more phone-in radio broadcasts coming up soon.

John’s main work consists of giving clairvoyant readings to people who come to the offices in Wolverhampton, Birmingham, London and North Wales. John travels to all parts of the UK and abroad to visit groups of people at home (six or more) for readings and you can catch him at events held throughout the year in various venues across the UK.

The Inner Potential Centre recently said about one of John’s evenings:

“John has never thought of his clairvoyant vision as a special gift: for him it belongs to every human being. Yet to most of us his is a remarkable faculty. Detailed descriptions, information so accurate that it defies the law of chance, the ability to lock on to scenes far away as though he was right there, finding missing animals, retrieving lost jewellery… the list goes on and on.”

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