Celebrity Souls Speak With Brian And Rene' Interviews With the Otherside

S2 E32 Celebrity Souls Speak Edgar Allan Poe, Includes Transcript

May 16, 2021 Season 2 Episode 32
Celebrity Souls Speak With Brian And Rene' Interviews With the Otherside
S2 E32 Celebrity Souls Speak Edgar Allan Poe, Includes Transcript
Show Notes Transcript

Quoth the Raven "Nevermore." As a girl from Baltimore, I know who Edgar Allan Poe is. Passing by his house would make the hair on the back of my neck stand up. So when he came to me in 2019 and asked if I  would write with him, I was shocked. Who? Me? 
This was the first touch of the Universe awakening the psychic ability that I have always had and didn't know about. Most of us are like this you know, we have abilities and don't even know, some don't want to know. Mr. Poe was my first contact with the otherside and I've been busy speaking with those passed ever since. 
I wanted to share my friend with you, you see he is not all that scary, in fact he is a very kind and generous soul. I hope you enjoy our conversation with Edgar.  

Brian Hi. This is Brian White. Welcome to Season 2, Episode 35 of Celebrity Souls Speak With Brian and Rene’, Interviews From The Otherside: Edgar Allan Poe. My wife, Rene’, is a spirit communicator, she speaks to those on the otherside, and I’ve been a radio personality for over 50 years. The otherside established communication with us because they wish to stay in touch with this dimension. They are our teachers, the invisible knowledge that helps us on our way. They have much to share and hope that those who listen will reflect on their messages. 

R My gift lay dormant until the Universe decided I was ready to use it. In 2019, during a reading with my friend Myrna, a medium, Edgar Allan Poe came through and asked if I would write with him. And we wrote my first book, “Dear Mr. Poe, Just Call Me Edgar…” It is a lovely collection of poetry. This event started my journey and I have been communicating with celebrity souls passed over, which enabled this very podcast. Some wonder, why celebrities, and the answer is that they still desire to communicate with us. The Universe gave me this gift to help them do that. The experience with Mr. Poe and his continued support and encouragement have played a huge part in my development, I am one of his students and I will be forever grateful to the soul named Poe. 

R Edgar Allan Poe was born in Boston on January 19, 1809. His life was difficult, to say the least. His father abandoned the family when he was 10, his mother passed a year later and he was taken in by the Allan’s. Their relationship soured as Edgar grew older and began to develop bad habits like gambling. He entered West Point and failed to succeed. He married his 13-year-old cousin, Virginia Clemm in 1836 and she died in 1847 of tuberculosis. Before his death, October 7, 1849, in Baltimore, Poe had become an accomplished writer, poet, editor, and literary critic. He is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and the macabre. He is widely regarded as a central figure of Romanticism in the US and of American literature as a whole. He was one of the country's earliest writers of the short story. He is also generally considered the inventor of the detective fiction genre. Poe was the first well-known American writer to earn a living through writing alone, resulting in a financially difficult life and career. The cause of his death is unknown and has been attributed to disease, alcoholism, substance abuse, suicide, and other causes. You will hear straight from Mr. Poe, the cause of his death. 

R I know a little about your life but I make it a point to leave most of the facts to the interview. I don’t want to be influenced in any way. Who was Edgar Allen Poe?

EAP Edgar Allen Poe was a soul that agreed to take on the life he led. His story is not a pleasant one, his writing was the only talent he had and most of that didn’t get recognized until after he departed that place. His misery was his work. Edgar was a broody sort and preferred to spend his time alone rather than in the company of others. Drinking and drugs were his companions and they eventually killed him.

R Your death has been a mystery, what happened?

EAP I had a seizure and died in the gutter. Fitting end to this life of misery.

R So you took on this “part” for what reason?

EAP Ah, my student has been studying. 

R      Yes, I want to understand this process. 

EAP  Yes, I did agree to this lifetime for my own healing. I have had many lifetimes prior and needed to pay my karma. Poe was an interesting character so I decided to take it on.

R Have you been back here or are you all paid up?

EAP  Poe evened me out and I have not come back there, I rather enjoy this place. I know many others feel the same, we can help so many more from here than coming there.

R   Poe was one life, will you share some other lives with me?

EAP I was a Viking, an Eskimo, a peasant in the time of Jesus, there are also lives that were not on Earth. 

R  When you mentor someone is it as EA Poe or do you choose to use other talents that you have learned from other lifetimes?

EAP  Mainly I find that most of my students are writing students. It is very hard. People don’t realize how hard writing is. You know.

R  Yes sir I sure do. What inspired your writing? Did you have a mentor assisting you?

EAP  Good question, yes I did draw inspiration from ideas given by those who inhabit this place. 

R  Will you share who they were?

EAP They were not famous people, they were just creative souls who enjoyed the process of writing.

R How many do you mentor at a time?

EAP Usually three or four, depending on how much they need help. I have many other projects that keep me busy. And no, you have not been a time-consuming student. 

R  I try not to monopolize your time. Let’s write a poem now. Are  you game?

EAP Young lady I am always up for a challenge. 

R Let’s go.

She sits, waiting for the call

That will never come. 

She sits, waiting for the lover 

Who will never come. 

She is alone. 

And wonders why. 

Aloud she cries,

Am I unloveable?

She sits, waiting for the answer.

She sits.

R That took less than a minute to write. I am always amazed at your ability to come up with beautiful sentiments off the cuff. For the record, Mr. Poe wrote the first four lines and I completed it. I think it is beautiful and thank you for sharing your gift once again with the world.

EAP I will be gracious and accept your words however, you must pat yourself on the back, you took it where it should have gone. Great job.

R Thank you. So, who do you socialize with there?

EAP I am like Poe in that I prefer my own company to the company of others. So much of time is spent writing, mentoring and enjoying this beautiful existence. It is quite different from where you are and someday you will enjoy this as well.

R I believe that if people could hear our messages, they would have no fear of death. I was afraid, like most, until I began conversations with you and others and now I have no fear. I wish only to complete my journey here so that I may enjoy my eternal life.

EAP Well put.

R You have been such an enjoyable interview. There are many questions that I have, but I will save them for next time. 

EAP Sounds good to me.

R Thank you Mr Poe, for everything.

EAP You are welcome.

R.   We live many lifetimes and we are many incarnations. Poe was just one incarnation and he incorporates that experience into his soul. He was very forthcoming about the afterlife and I hope that this interview gives you another perspective of our eternal journey.