About Elizabeth Owens
Elizabeth is a tiny woman who loves to help people, write and paint. How very right brained! She lives in DeLand, FL with a houseful of animals and her husband, Vincent.
Rev. Owens has been a medium and an ordained Spiritualist minister since 1985. Besides being educated by instructors in the Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp, she trained at the famous Arthur Findlay College of Spiritualism and Psychic Sciences in 2014 in Stansted England. She visited again in March of 2016 to further enhance her mediumistic skills, believing one should never stop growing. This time she had the privilege to study with Simon James and Brian Robertson.
Elizabeth has taken her spiritual and mediumistic knowledge to write four spiritually oriented books which were published by Llewellyn Worldwide, Inc., one of the largest and oldest publishing houses for metaphysical works. She won the Coalition of Visionary Resources 2002 Visionary Award for How to Communicate With Spirits. Her other works include Women Celebrating Life; Discover Your Spiritual Life; and Spiritualism and Clairvoyance for Beginners. Her latest book, Spirit Messages, is due for release in November 2018.
Once again using her spiritual knowledge, Elizabeth is writing novels for her Cassadaga Book Series, those being: Walking Behind the Moon; Dancing in the Sun; Flying Above Venus and Nightingale’s Nightmare, Elizabeth is making a childhood dream come true by writing fiction. Cassadaga is a historic Spiritualist community where psychic mediums guide those who visit through spiritual readings.
Some of Elizabeth’s favorite things are her animals and facilitating the adoption of other animals through local rescue agencies. Her cats and dogs co-habitate peacefully, all being rescues or strays. Elizabeth is a life member of Weight Watchers and strives to be healthy.
Elizabeth is a member of the National League of American Pen Women, President of the Daytona Beach branch, and Florida State Recording Secretary. She is also a charter member of the National Women's History Museum, and Vice President of the Garden Club of DeLand.