September 2005
Spirit Book;2005, p253
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A profile of apport medium Heinrich B. Melzer is presented. Melzer, who was born in Dresden, Germany, had spirit guides whom include Curadiasamy, a Hindu, and an Indian Buddhist. When his powers seemed to be waning, he often resorted to cheating. In 1926, a doctor discovered small stones of the type Melzer would apport which are taped behind the medium's ear with flesh-colored tape.


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