Okay so Randall Keller (again, no relation… but a REALLY good last name) has been mentioned in my last several posts. I promise he’s not paying me. I also promise I’m not a stalker. 🙂 But I have kind of lived and breathed Randall’s books and his The Voices Podcast and The Voices Blog in the last few months. And as I’ve said before, he has been a really great mentor, he’s supported this blog, and I’ve enjoyed getting to know him through e-mail and his The Voices Podcast Facebook group. There are some pretty cool folks that hang out there… and plenty of really nerdy conversations.
My excuse for this post is that I finished There Is No Silence, which is Randall’s second book. After this post I promise to do a Randall Keller detox… at least for a day or two… 😉
“All the things we truly know about EVP and the paranormal don’t mount up to very much – we’re not as smart as we think. And yet we keep pressing on because there is such earth-shattering potential. This book represents my attempt to understand the mystery behind EVP, and speaks to what we can truly learn from them. They are as far away from us as the ages, and still we hear their voices reach out across our lives and deep into our souls. We are meant to hear them, and the time has clearly come for us to focus beyond the old suspicions and tired stereotypes. There is no silence – it’s time for us to listen. And learn.”
Randall Keller, 2010
(from the back of There Is No Silence)
As I mentioned in my review of his first book, Voices From Forever, Randall is such a fresh voice (no pun intended) on the subject of EVP and Spirit Communication. I’m finding that I probably agree with more of his feelings and opinions than any other author or expert on the subject. He is very down to earth and isn’t afraid to be honest, nor is he afraid to admit he doesn’t know it all. And no one does.
If it’s true that the majority of my readers are interested in spirit communication, then I absolutely recommend these books to you. In my opinion, Randall is headed for the pioneer club with Friedrich Juergenson, Konstantin Raudive, and Sarah Estep.