Frédéric François Chopin became a regular communicator
at the Leslie Flint séances.
He first spoke in a test seance recorded in 1953,
this led to many more communications over the next 30 years.
He was particularly keen to converse with a sitter named Rose Creet, who he affectionately calls 'Rosa.'
Chopin discusses many subjects in this time;
including his music and his associations in life,
his recollections of earlier lifetimes and his understanding of the continuation of life in the next world.
December 17th 1962
Chopin discusses 'group souls' and explains how Leslie Flint and Rudolph Valentino had close connections in an earlier existence...
November 26th 1956
There are many more Chopin séance recordings, all of which will gradually be added to the site.