Rosemary Ellen Guiley

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Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Born Rosemary Ellen Guiley
Occupation Writer, radio show host
Subject Western esotericism
Website
visionaryliving.com

Rosemary Ellen Guiley (born 8 July 1950) is an American writer on topics related to spirituality, the occult, and the paranormal.[1] She is also a radio show host,[2] a certified hypnotist, a board director of the "National Museum of Mysteries and Research" and the "Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters", and a "Lifetime Achievement Award" winner from the Upper Peninsula Paranormal Research Society, Michigan.[3] She has written more than 49 books, including ten encyclopedias.

Works[edit]

Her works include Atlas of the Mysterious in North America (1995) – a listing of places in Canada and the US associated with mysterious occurrences;[4] The Encyclopedia of Witches and Witchcraft;[4] Harper's Encyclopedia of Mystical & Paranormal Experience – a reference book on topics related to spirituality, mythology and New Age;[5] and The Encyclopedia of Angels.[6]

In 2011, Guiley published Talking to the Dead via Tor Books, co-authored with George Noory. She is currently working with Darren Evans on the book The Zozo Phenomenon which will be published by Visionary Living, Inc.[7]

Activities[edit]

Guiley is a consulting editor of Fate magazine and a regular guest on Coast to Coast AM. She has made television appearances on various networks, including A&E, The History Channel and The Discovery Channel.[8] Her work has been translated into 14 languages.[9] She takes part in conventions and events like the International U.F.O Congress and Conference,[10] Vail Symposium,[11] and Michigan Paranormal Convention.[12]

Response[edit]

Christian evangelist John Ankerberg criticized Guiley's understanding of intuition (as she described it in Harper's Encyclopedia of Mystical and Paranormal Experience – "intuition invariably proves to be right"), saying that with beliefs like those, rational thinking and spiritual discernment are often discarded.[13] He also interprets from her book Angels of Mercy that she and other New Age writers of angel literature are unwittingly relating to fallen angels/demons.[14] In Angels of Mercy Ankerberg criticizes Guiley's assertion that "angels" should be trusted unconditionally without the fear-based belief that they might be demons, saying that it is irrational and that he believes demons are indeed impersonating angels.[15]

Bibliography[edit]

  • The Encyclopedia of Witches, Witchcraft & Wicca. Facts On File, 1989.
Third edition: Infobase Publishing, 2008. ISBN 0-8160-7103-9
Second edition: Castle Books, 1994. ISBN 0-7858-0202-9.
  • Vampires Among Us. Pocket Books, 1991.
Second edition: Pocket Books, 1991. ISBN 0-671-72361-8.
Rosemary Ellen Guiley’s Vampires Among Us Revised Edition. E-book, 2011.
Third edition: Facts On File, 2007. Foreword by Troy Taylor. ISBN 0-8160-6737-6
Second edition: Berkley Pub Group, 1995. ISBN 0-425-14788-6.
Second edition: Facts on File, 2004. ISBN 0-8160-5024-4. Foreword by Lisa J. Schwebel.
  • Blessings: Prayers for the Home and Family. Pocket Books, 1996. ISBN 0-671-53713-X.
Second edition: Simon & Schuster, 1998. ISBN 0-671-53714-8.
Second edition: Simon & Schuster, 2010. ISBN 1-4516-0604-4.
2009 edition: HarperCollins. ISBN 0-00-732360-3.
  • The Encyclopedia of Vampires, Werewolves and Other Monsters. Infobase Publishing, 2004. ISBN 0-8160-4684-0.
Second edition: The Encyclopedia of Vampires and Werewolves. Facts On File, 2011. ISBN 0-8160-8180-8.

Documentaries and TV shows[edit]

  • Children of the Grave (2008) (writer) The Sci-Fi Channel[16]
  • The Lost Tapes (seasons 2 and 3). Animal Planet.[17]
  • The Haunted. Animal Planet.
  • Angels: Good or Evil. History Channel.[18]
  • Witchcraft in Salem, Mysterious Journeys. The Travel Channel
  • The Secret Life of Vampires, A&E
  • Dreams and Food, The Discovery Health Channel
  • Divine Magic: The World of the Supernatural: The Restless Dead, Time-Life Films
  • Divine Magic: The World of the Supernatural: Dreams of Gold, Time-Life Films
  • The Quest: Lunar Mysteries, Discovery Channel
  • Adventures Beyond: America’s Most Haunted, Bob Schott Productions
  • The Science and Power of Prayer, Hartley Film Foundation
  • The Possessed (2009)

References[edit]

  1. ^
  2. ^ “Strange Dimensions”, “The Conspiracy Show”, “Exploring Unexplained Phenomena”
  3. ^ "About Rosemary Ellen Guiley". Visionary Living, Inc. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  4. ^ a b Barbara Ripp Safford; Margaret Irby Nichols. Guide to Reference Materials For School Library Media Centers (Fifth ed.). Libraries Unlimited. p. 146. ISBN 1-56308-545-3. 
  5. ^ "Psychology, Psychiatry, and Occult Sciences". Reference Sources For Small and Medium-Sized Libraries (Sixth ed.). ALA Editions. 1999. p. 48. ISBN 0-8389-3468-4. 
  6. ^ Sagers, Aaron (June 18, 2014). "Heaven's Hellraisers: Origins of Bad Angels in Syfy's 'Dominion' and Pop Culture". Huffington Post. 
  7. ^ "Paranormal Experts Team Up for The Zozo Phenomenon". Dread Central. 
  8. ^ "GHOST HUNTER TO VISIT CAMPUS AS PART OF FRIGHT WEEK ACTIVITIES". Salve Regina University. 2006-10-30. Retrieved 2011-12-24. 
  9. ^ "Ghost Hunt Tues., Nov. 18". Pennsylvania State University. 
  10. ^ Nick VinZant. "UFO conference to be held in Valley". KNXV. 
  11. ^ "Vail Symposium lines up summer 2014 season". The VailDaily. 
  12. ^ "Explore the supernatural — Paranormal convention returns to E.U.P.". Sault Ste. Marie Evening News. 
  13. ^ John Ankerberg; John Weldon (1996). "New Age Intuition". Encyclopedia of New Age Beliefs. Harvest House Publishers. p. 468. ISBN 1-56507-160-3. 
  14. ^ John Ankerberg; John Weldon (1996). "Angel Contact, Angel Consciousness, Angel Work". Encyclopedia of New Age Beliefs. Harvest House Publishers. p. 43. ISBN 1-56507-160-3. 
  15. ^ John Ankerberg; John Weldon (1995). The Facts on Angels. Harvest House Publishers. p. 41. ISBN 1-56507-345-2. 
  16. ^ "Rosemary Ellen Guiley – Filmography". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-12-24. 
  17. ^ Neil Genzlinger (2010-11-05). "The Week Ahead: Nov. 7–13". The New York Times. 
  18. ^ "History Alive - Season 1, Episode 46: Angels: Good or Evil - TV.com". TV.com. CBS Interactive. 

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