Secrets, upon secrets, upon secrets
Those five words, spoken by Spiritual Psychic Medium, Frank Castellano, chilled me to the bone. They were in response to a question I asked regarding my book, Kept in the Dark, during our session this past summer.
Frank had come to my attention through three different friends. These friends do not know each other and yet, they all felt I should talk with Frank. The first recommendation came from one of the five people that had read my early draft. She had not personally been to Frank but told me of several others that had. I knew most of those she mentioned and learned that they had all had amazing experiences from their sessions.
My earlier reading with the California psychic had been spot on with past, present and future predictions so I was game for a second opinion. The first available appointment with Frank was six weeks away. It felt like an eternity. I asked to be put on the cancellation list and learned there were 82 names ahead of mine. There was nothing to do but wait.
Out of the blue, another friend mentioned Frank. He is one of two friends I meet monthly for breakfast. Because of his friendship with Frank, he had not had a reading. However, he was still able to share a couple of fascinating tales. Was this a sign? Two people in my life that don’t know each other thought I should meet Frank. But it didn’t stop there. One of my book agents had been to Frank and was blown away with her reading. She also thought I should speak with him and thrilled to know I had already made my appointment. She was anxious to learn what he would tell me in a few weeks.
I have more to share from that reading than space allows but let me give you a few highlights. One, Frank sprinkles his readings with four-letter words. However, he found himself being scolded by my mother’s spirit. Something that I could definitely see happening. He seemed confused that my mother kept showing him a Christmas tree and asked if I knew the significance of that. When I told him we had owned a year ‘round Christmas store, he was able to see our relationship. He knew things about the business even though it had been closed for more than 30 years.
Frank also said my mother told him I sang to her when she was dying. This was true. I was able to sing my mother’s favorite song on the last Sunday she was well enough to attend church. She passed away a few weeks later on Mother’s Day weekend in 1985. Again, these were things he could not have known.
At one point he mentioned a book but quickly moved on. At the close of our session, he asked if I had any questions. I did. I wanted to know if there was more he could say regarding a book. He paused, cocked his head and said: “Secrets, upon secrets, upon secrets.” It was then he realized I had written a book and that the crime committed was from my father’s side. He also told me that I had only scratched the surface and that there was enough out there for four books. As difficult as it had been to pull together the facts for this book, I can’t imagine there being more – I pray to God there isn’t more.
J. Ronald M. York, author of Kept in the Dark, is also an accomplished musician and founder of York & Friends Fine Art Gallery.
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