REV B. ANNE GEHMAN
Rev. B. Anne Gehman was my first teacher of Spiritualism, mediumship and psychic development. She serves today at her church in Church Falls, Virginia with her husband, Dr. Wayne Knoll.
Rev. Gehman is founder of the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment, NSAC.*
*NSAC stands for the National Spiritualist Association of Churches.
Anne was the youngest person to become a certified medium with the NSAC.
•A NSAC National Spiritualist Teacher •Certified medium •Commissioned healer •NSAC as a missionary •Serves on the board of Morris Pratt Institute •Elected to the International Congress of Parapsychologists and paraphysics in Prague, Czechoslovakia
You may read about her in the books, “Miracle Workers”, “Adventures into the Psychic”, and “You Can Communicate with the Unseen World.” Anne is listed among the top 100 Psychics in the country, and has worked with the University of Arizona on a research study regarding after death communication, which is documented in the book, "After Life Experiments" by Dr. Gary Swartz & Linda Russek.
Her credits are too numerous to mention, but you may read about her on her church web site. Look for the new school being formed that is the first accredited Spiritualist College.
A special note regarding Anne's husband, Wayne that was a shinning light on the earth and is certainly a bright guiding light from the spirit side of life.
Dr. Wayne A. Knoll, distinguished Professor at Georgetown University, died at his Springfield home on November 10, 2013. Knoll, a former Jesuit priest who taught at Georgetown for over 40 years, had a rare form of cancer, according to his wife, the Rev. B. Anne Gehman. The funeral service will be held at the Center for Spiritual Enlightenment, 222 N. Washington Street, Falls Church, Virginia on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. Burial will be in Victoria, KS and a memorial service will be held at a later date at Georgetown University.