George Anderson Psychic Reviews

The newest addition to our psychic directory is medium “extraordinaire” George Anderson.  (and I use that word carefully……but Anderson does truly live up to the extraordinary tag, even in the realm where folks are claiming to be doing extraordinary things for a living)

If you’ve had a private reading with George Anderson and would like to share your experience, please leave a review under his listing on appropriate page.  And remember, as always, we’re looking for genuine opinions and reviews – good, bad or otherwise – as long as you are honest about your experience with ANY of the psychics, mediums, and spiritual teachers we write about, we want to hear your thoughts!

Check out how to make an appointment to speak to George Anderson below, and to leave your reviews and thoughts as well!

George does very few interviews anymore – and the chances of seeing him on a reality TV show are pretty darn small as well..;-)The good news?You can get a private appointment with George Anderson via both telephone and (as of this writing) in person, through his NY office.The bad news?George Anderson also happens to be one of the most expensive mediums on our directory as well – with rates starting at $1200 for single person readings.(although if you can afford it, and are truly seeking an extraordinary evidentiary experience with a world class medium who has the pedigree to back up his price , he’s definitely on the short list of who I’d want to see – with over 35000 readings to his credit, he’s also put in many decades of work to justify being selective about his services now.)

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  • I have had no experience with George or any other medium. What I can tell you is that pain makes us seek comfort. It often doesn’t matter who it is but rather we look for understanding and acceptance. Often this is simply closure. You are extremely vulnerable at times like this, especially when you are in extreme pain. As humans, we seek to avoid pain and invite pleasure. That is what we do. We do know that we often can manifest what we desire. I don’t know why this happens but molecules change around us when we think of certain things. I believe in a higher power but not religions. As Einstein said, “you have always existed in the past, present, and future. The one you lose is not gone but simply just over the ridge where you cannot see them, in time you will see them again”. I suppose what he meant by that is “time” is the only barrier to experiencing our loved ones again. In times of uncertainty, we seek magic, something to fill the void. Have you noticed how big aliens and bigfoots have become again over the past ten years? Why? Uncertainty. Like the 1970s were. Just be aware of it and how mass psychology works.

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    • Thanks, Marc – interesting thoughts – much appreciated! From my perspective – I do think you’re sort of conflating different disparate ideas into a theory that i’m not quite sure I follow – e.g. – it feels like you are arguing for – and then against yourself in the same paragraph. (are “spirits” and mediums real – or is it a result of delusion/wishful thinking that people believe they are?)

      I’m not quite sure the “bigfoot” analogy works either – to my eye – this is much more akin to an urban legend that I, for one….rarely hear people talking about anymore with any seriousness. (20 years ago, it felt much more a cultural conversation, whereas today….not so much) There is also zero empirical evidence for these sorts of urban legends – and there is no serious science of lab evidence for bigfoot (outside of grainy videos and “sightings”) – while many mediums have been studied quite extensively for at least 150 years in controlled settings – with quite impressive (and surprising) evidence.

      (starting with the Society for Psychical research in the late 19th century up to present day)

      Einstein did seem to believe time was an illusion – but didn’t seem to believe in any sort of afterlife, or personal god. I also don’t think the quote above…..is real 🙂 Einstein was quite clear that he didn’t believe that people go to “heaven” or anywhere else after they die – he actually was quite dismissive of supernatural things – and likened belief in an afterlife to having an infantile and non educated perspective on the universe.

      But mass psychology has nothing to do with subjective, personal experence – e.g. – if I see a medium and have a transformative experience – in the theater of my own mind, and life – what does that have to do with what the “masses” believe? I do agree with your thoughts on being vulnerable when in extreme pain – and do believe some people become convinced in “supernatural” things simply because it’s a path out of pain – but that wouldn’t explain many psychic or otherwise paranormal experiences – the vast majority of which happen spontaneously – and not when folks are in pain per se – or trying to conjur spirits, or other sorts of experiences.

      I do appreciate your comments though – just have a different perspective on much of the above!

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  • I came here after Googling to see if anybody had a negative experience with George Anderson, because of my horrible recent session. I don’t want to be here reading negative things, because 20 years ago we had wonderful experience when we went to see George after our child passed. He was the real deal then, on that particular day. We got specific guidance, feedback and messages. Nothing that could be found in the public records available at the time. Private moments that only our deceased loved ones would know about. All of it was so very helpful. But… recently we had a session. Completely different experience. We waited almost a year to see him, and paid $1,200. The reason we went is because for the past 1 1/2 years, I have been receiving very specific “signs” from my loved ones, and am uncertain as how to interpret them. For quite a while, I prepped for our session by talking out loud to our loved ones and repeatedly explaining about how the session would work, what I needed to know (very simple answers regarding interpretation of the signs they have been sending.) If you know anything about George Anderson and how he runs he sessions, he repeatedly states that the souls (deceased) know exactly what we need to know, and are ready to interact with us. This is why we don’t need to (get to?) to ask questions, just say “yes” or “no” when George asks if we understand. Well…during our recent session, within minutes we had a sinking feeling that this was “not real”. It was vague and all over the place. George spent the first 30 minutes of our 1 hour trying to describe how our child passed (we know how they passed) and wasting time trying to guess the ages of those who had passed. When he was wrong about *anything*…names, ages of relatives, etc., he’d explain it by saying time is different on the other side, or the souls keep evolving so even if they died young, they present themselves as an old soul. Or if we didn’t recognize a name, he would say the deceased is mentioning names of new friends they’ve made on the other side, and that’s why we don’t know them. 3/4 of the way through, George started to mention family names that were easily found on the internet and online obituaries, right down to mentioning info that was *incorrect* on the internet. And in passing, he would mention the names of people–not messages, no communications, nothing. He’d say “Jim just came into the room, do you understand?” and we’d say “Yes”, and then George would move on to another topic. Meanwhile, “Jim” was the person who had been communicating with us via signs, but then “Jim” said nothing at all, and George just moved on, not mentioning *anything* other than Jim’s name. Many times throughout the session, George would ask us if we understood, and we’d respond by saying “OK” vs. “Yes”, and he’d press us to agree with something vague he was saying, even though it didn’t make sense. Example: “she lost a husband, do you you understand?”…and nobody we know on the other side lost a husband *before* she passed–and when we asked about that (not allowed, but we did anyway) and he said, “well, it’s still a loss”. Towards the end, again after spending more time discussing our child and how they want us to be at peace (earlier we even said we were at peace with the passing so that George would continue to move on to get to why we were actually there…I don’t say that lightly, but we were there for specific information, and our child would know that and understand that we needed to hear from others) but George continued to try to describe the death, that we should not feel sad, that the child was OK. Almost the entire session was along those lines. And at the very end, George actually said *my first name* and asked if I understood, and then at the end mentioned our *last name* as coming through to him. Both my first and last names were on the confirmation Email I received from George’s office. I think George may have had a gift back in the day, and maybe he still does to some extent. But I got zero info, feedback and everything he said was practically verbatim quotes from online obituaries and internet info–some of which is totally wrong, and which was quoted back to us. If this were our first time going to George, we would never go back. I felt totally deflated and angry, because my loved ones *were ready* to speak with us, have been reaching out very specifically for the past 20 months–and we got nothing. George has either lost his gift and tuned them out–or he is now a total fake and can’t hear them and uses internet information to conduct his sessions.

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  • I went to George twice. The first time he seemed to be on the money. I went again today and took a friend who had lost her daughter. We were both there to contact loved ones, her daughter, and my husband who died four years ago. I am a gay male and what I found interesting today was, he latched on to my female friend , and almost completely ignored me. So with that, I was able to be more of a spectator this time around. I am a licensed therapist. I was able to watch how he poked and prodded and got things out of my friend about her daughter. As for me , a regular guy, not very feminine or “gay” looking, whatever that may mean, he couldn’t figure me out. My husband never “ came through”, and after a 17 year relationship and a love that even my straight friends have acknowledged as one of the greatest relationships they’ve ever witnessed, he, ( my husband), had nothing to say!!!! LOL I find it interesting, because if Greg could have, if the afterlife were real, or George was real, believe me, he would have been there. The worst part of it all is I use to believe in some other plane of existence. All George Anderson did today, was take that away from me. My friends experience was slightly better, but I think it’s much easier to read a grieving mother of a certain age.
    Very very sad……

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    • So sorry to hear about Greg – and so sorry to hear that you had a bad experience with George Anderson, as well. For what it’s worth, I’ve heard the exact same scenario you experienced reported more than once (2 people go in to see George, one has an amazing (or at least adequately impressive) experience, the other has a completely disheartening one. I don’t know what to make of that relative to what it may say about George’s mediumship skills – (of which i’m agnostic) – but I don’t think it ought to dishearten you too much – there is much evidence that there is another “plane of existence” – or that our consciousness continues after the body dies – i personally don’t believe mediumship – even the best ones – are the gatekeepers of that information – i think it’s found across all of the experiences (from NDEs, to out of body experiences, to after death communication, to past life memories, death bed visions, even deep meditative experiences, etc) I hope your faith in something bigger than our bodies isn’t too fractured – and we really appreciate you sharing your George Anderson review/experience.

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  • SEVERAL YEARS AGO AFTER THE LOSS OF MY 7 YEAR OLD SON AND MORE RECENTLY MY FATHER, I WAS ABLE TO DO IN PERSON READINGS WITH GEORGE ANDERSON. MY EXPERIENCE WITH HIM TWO DAYS AFTER I BURIED MY SON SAVED MY LIFE. HE WAS ABLE TO TELL ME HIS NICKNAME, HIS NAME AND THE FACT THAT ANOTHER SON WHO PASSED HAD THE SAME NAME AS HE HAD BEEN NAMED AFER HIM IN MEMORY. HE REVEALED SEVERAL VERY PERSONAL DETAILS THAT WOULD NOT BE AVAILABLE ANYWHERE ELSE THAN IN MY OWN HOME. AFTER MY FATHER’S DEATH, HE TOLD ME HIS NAME AND THE NAME OF A DEAR FRIEND MY DAD HAD WORRIED ABOUT HIS WHOLE LIFE. SO MUCH OF HE INFORMTION PROVIDED WOULD NO HAVE BEEN AVAILABLE IN AN OBITUARY OR BY LOOKING UP NAMES ON THE INTERNET. GEORGE ANDERSON IS AN AMAZING MEDIUM AND HAS BROUGHT ME COMFORT AND THE ABILITY TO GO ON.

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  • I just had a meeting with George Anderson and I took both of my Daughters
    I have to say it was exactly like Brenda stated above. I was never so disappointed in my entire life. I had read all his books and thought he was
    the best in the world. I needed help with my grieving process after just
    loosing my Husband of 30 years. I left the meeting feeling so ripped off
    and cheated and I am being serious. He wasted most of our time trying to
    guess my husbands name and everything he said was false. He said names
    as if it were a guessing game and none of the names meant anything to us.
    It was such a let down. I’m not sure who he was communicating with but
    we definitely did not know who they were and the information they were giving him was not for us. Then he said the spirits had to pull back because they new it was a strain on George’s brain. Out of decency he should have refunded our $1500.00 My husband passed over from Cancer, George said his heart was bad?? He said my mother in law died from depression and mental illness? She died from an aneurism. I could go on and on but seriously nothing was correct. We were so let down and it just made me sick to my stomach. Flew all the way from California to New York .
    You live and learn. Sometimes it hurts a lot more than other times.

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    • So sorry you had a bad experience with George Anderson, Carrie – and we are so sorry to hear you lost your husband – it sounds like the meeting with George was such a painful way to compound an already exceptionally difficult experience, and we agree…it makes it worse. We’ve had very mixed reviews from folks who have seen George Anderson – and i’ve had personal experience that reflects that (2 separate relatives went to see him on the very same day – with radically different outlooks on the experience – one like yours – and one that was extremely positive) I also agree, if it was me, and i was doing the reading (i’m not a medium 🙂 – out of decency, and my own sense of right and wrong – i would have refunded your money and apologized for the long trip – but alas……as you said so well – you live and learn 🙁

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  • Well… I’ve had reading done by George and let me tell you. I believed in afterlife until that reading with him.
    Nothing he told me matched my life or people that have passed on. He was guessing and fishing for info that I would say yes to.
    And then just catching onto that information to broaden the conversation.
    He kept talking about names and relatives I have no clue about, and even the fact that they were ‘telling’ him things….until I mentioned that all of them were not speaking English in their earth life. Then suddenly he changed his stories to, “well is I hear different language I’ve never heard of…assuming I come from place I called from, but I grew up half the world away from where he thought I was from.

    I’m really not happy as I was preparing and saving up for this for a long time.

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    • Sorry you had a bad reading with George Anderson, Brenda! Strangely…..I was just talking to someone a few minutes ago about a George Anderson reading (two of my relatives went to see him the same day for separate readings – one walked out thinking he was a fraud – the other walked out thinking he was 100% amazing) – and a moment after our conversation, your review/comment appeared – which is sort of strange! 🙂 appreciate you sharing, and sorry your experience with him wasn’t better.

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