Dear Reverend Kingston:

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I was visiting a friend of mine in Toluca Lake and picked up a copy of The Tolucan. Much to my surprise, there you were, in your column!

My name is Mary Jane. We (my husband and children and I) used to live in Tolucan Lake. About ten years ago my husband received a promotion that caused my family to move to New York. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there but since then my husband has retired.

We recently bought a home in Beverly Hills and have moved back. So far we’re enjoying it.

I know you won’t remember me but many years ago when you had your own church, my daughter and I attended it regularly. I remember that you had five or six different mediums and some healing sisters on your staff. What a joy and how very much my daughter Priscilla (who’s now 24 and married) enjoyed it. She also came to you for private readings, as did I.

My question to you is: Even though we loved moving back to this area, did we do the right thing? Please – what is your opinion?

When I wrote this letter you’ll notice that I put my name, address and phone number at the bottom, hoping you will first answer this in your column and then call me, please. I want to come to you again for a reading.

My friend Sadie tells me that you had your church for over 30 years and then closed it, but she hears you on the radio often.

Blessings to you. By the way, you might recall that you called me “Betsy.” I think that was because my deceased grandmother was named Betsy.

Love and good wishes,

Mary Jane

Dear Mary Jane:

By all means, your vibrations on your letter tell me that you did the right thing by moving to Beverly Hills. Do not question yourself any more.

I hope to see you soon.

Dear Kenny:

How much I need your help!

I have two children – a daughter who is 18 and a son who is 16.

It hurts me so much to say this, but my son Arthur has turned into a complete alcoholic.

He refuses to stay in school. He gets up in the morning and pretends to be going, but at least once or twice a week I get a call from the principal saying that he left the school grounds or never showed up.

I have had him to many doctors and psychiatrists and they appear to be at a loss.

Please, please give me some guidance.

Gloria S.

Dear Sweet Spirit Gloria:

I immediately received a message from the other side when I touched your letter and picked up your vibrations.

I suggest that you get a white colored candle which is for health. Burn it for five minutes at a time and perhaps three to four times a day.

I know that it will be difficult at first, but try to have Arthur join you in the meditation. His curiosity may be piqued when he sees you doing this. Ask your loved ones in spirit to help you and Arthur have the strength mentally, physically and emotionally to get past this situation.

I picked up the message very strongly that Arthur is not an alcoholic. One of the major problems around him is that he is associating with the wrong crowd. They’re just learning what alcohol is all about and they are experimenting with it and ending up abusing it. This is not a permanent situation, in my psychic opinion. When you are meditating, you might want to meditate for his friends, too.

I am not diagnosing from a medical standpoint, but I feel that Arthur should be tested for diabetes. This may explain why he craves the sugar in alcohol.

Please keep in touch with me, and I will have my healing staff begin work on your problem right away.

Personally handwrite a letter to Kenny, seal and mail it yourself, then look for his answer to your question in a future issue. Send your letter to: Kenny Kingston, PO Box 1857, Studio City, CA 91614. For more information on Kenny Kingston, visit www.kennykingston.org.

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