Guiley, Rosemary

Rosemary Guiley
Rosemary Guiley

Rosemary Ellen Guiley (8 July 1950 - 18 July 2019) was a leading expert in the metaphysical and paranormal fields, with more than 60 books published on a wide range of paranormal, spiritual, and mystical topics, including nine single-volume encyclopedias and reference works. Her work is translated into 15 languages. Her work focused on inter-dimensional entity contact experiences, problem hauntings, spirit and entity attachments, the afterlife and spirit communications, psychic skills, dreamwork for well-being, spiritual growth and development, angels, past and parallel lives, and investigation of unusual paranormal activity. She has worked full-time in the field since 1983.

Rosemary has done ground-breaking research on Shadow People and the Djinn, entities who are involved in different kinds of paranormal encounters and problems. She investigates and consults in cases of “persistent negative hauntings,” in which individuals are under apparent attack by supernatural forces.

She served on the board of directors of the Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (FREE), a scientific organization to educate, support and research the field of ET and entity contact and abduction experiences.

Rosemary was a certified hypnotist with the International Hypnosis Federation, and was trained in bioenergy and Johrei energy healing. She was a Tarot reader, and also conducted dreamwork, intuition/psychic development, and past-life recall sessions. She was a Dream Oracle consultant for the website.

In addition, Rosemary ran her own independent publishing company, Visionary Living, Inc., and also published a monthly e-newsletter, Strange Dimensions. She lectured internationally and makes numerous media appearances.

She had regular radio features on “Exploring Unexplained Phenomena” with Scott Colborn, and “The Conspiracy Show” with Richard Syrett. She was a frequent guest with George Noory on “Coast to Coast AM,” with whom she co-authored Talking to the Dead, about emerging technology for communicating with the dead and other beings. She was featured in documentaries and docu-dramas on the History, A&E, SyFy, Discovery, Animal Planet, Destination America, and Travel channels. She was a popular speaker at conferences, colleges, and universities.

Rosemary was a consulting editor of FATE magazine, and a board director of the National Museum of Mysteries and Research, a nonprofit educational organization in Columbia, Pennsylvania. She has served as visiting faculty for the International Institute for Integral Human Sciences in Montreal. Previously, she was a past board member of the International Association for the Study of Dreams, and the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies. She lived in Connecticut. Her husband, Joe Redmiles, ran Visionary Living, Inc. with her.

In August 2015 Rosemary was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in the paranormal, from the Upper Peninsula Paranormal Research Society in Michigan. The award was presented at the MI Paracon VI in Sault Ste. Marie.

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