“Messages from Heaven” with Certified Psychic Medium Rebecca Anne LoCicero is a group presentation during which she shares her gifts and ability to communicate with the afterlife. She will appear at Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum on Saturday, August 21 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
LoCicero states “My messages come through with bold validation while challenging audience skepticism and bringing healing. This communication with the dead is presented with compassion through validating readings for attending guests.” Rules will be read at the start of the session, followed by readings and closing with Q&A. Any attendee under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Personal reading is not necessarily guaranteed depending on the attendance of the event.
“Messages from Heaven” is LoCicero’s trademark presentation involving direct, divine and accurate “readings” for those who have lost loved ones. She has presented her program at www.thebeyondcenter.com on Thursday nights for over fourteen years as well as in almost fifty states through retreats, conferences, businesses and client gatherings.
She is the proprietor of The Beyond Center in Vernon, Ct., where she hosts private sessions, teaches classes and holds small presentations. Each year, she produces Connecticut’s largest Psychic & Beyond Expos. Two years ago, the program included eighty vendors and 2,000 attendees.
LoCicero is the contributing author of“Adventures in Manifesting: Success and Spirituality,” the illustrator for “I Am the Beyond” and the author of “Living with Messages from Heaven: A Guide to Conversations with the Beyond.” She is an advisory board member of the Spirit Alliance for COPE presented by the Yale Mental Health Department, which is presently studying the connections between seeing and hearing voices.
The admission for the LoCicero talk is $40 per person at Ventfort Hall. Reservations for attending the talk are required by calling 413-637-3206 or visit gildedage.org for more information. The historical mansion is located at 104 Walker Street in Lenox.