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A Tribute to the
World-Famous Psychic Artist

The world-renowned British psychic artist, Coral Polge, passed into the spirit world on 29th April 2001 in Surrey, England. Coral had given 54 years of dedicated service to the people in the world of the spirit, and to their loved ones who searched for evidence of their survival here on the earth.

Just take a look at the two psychic portraits on the right, and you'll see why her mediumistic gift was so highly valued and praised, and why it will be so greatly and sadly missed.

Coral Polge worked tirelessly across the globe to promote the wonderful message of the survival of the soul after death, and her excellent book Living Images contains startling examples of her work.

It would be impossible to say how many people were helped by this remarkable woman's talent and psychic gift: she worked in nearly every country of the world, was often interviewed on television and radio, and in the press, and she dried the eyes of countless thousands of bereaved people worldwide. It is fitting that she is remembered and paid tribute to here.

On hearing the news of her passing, the renowned British medium, healer and psychic author Stephen O'Brien, with whom she'd worked many times, wrote a tribute to her work in Psychic News. In it he said of her:

'She raised the spiritual awareness of her audiences. Huge crowds of people sat entranced as, from out of nowhere, their loved ones’ faces appeared again before their tearful eyes. Mourners were comforted; broken hearts were mended; and her delighted recipients were always thrilled with their sketches. Her mediumistic skills will be praised as highly as they will be missed. Coral Polge has earned her place as one of the twentieth century’s most outstanding psychic artists.'

And those whom she helped worldwide, would certainly agree.

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Two Impressive Examples of Coral Polge's Acclaimed Psychic Portraiture:

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Above: the father of Kay Hunter, who wrote Living Images with Coral Polge; but Coral knew nothing of the writer's family history prior to drawing this sketch.

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Above: the son of Mrs Bayles of Rhodesia
(S. Africa), who died while having an operation to correct his broken nose, which is shown in the psychic portrait as being in slightly better shape in his spirit body.
This drawing was done as a 'postal reading', and the lad's character is clearly captured.


(Living Images was written by Coral Polge, with Kay Hunter, and has appeared in several editions and in several languages: Regency Press/Thorsons publishers/ and there's a current 1997 paperback edition by the Spiritualist Association of Great Britain; ISBN: 090069717)


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