About the Author:-
Things about Jill: Jill Harrison was born in the neighbouring steel town to her husband Glenn, in Rotherham; UK, in 1963. At the very early age of around 4 years old, her psychic abilities became noticed. As you know, children are the tellers of pure truth at an early age. They have no inhibitions and no knowledge of reasons to lie. Jill would see a 'grey lady' occasionally; usually at the top of the stairs in their home.
This 'grey lady', in hindsight, Jill describes, as translucent; as you would typically imagine a ghost; yet she was too young to understand what a ghost was. The lady seemed 'real' to Jill. Jill recalls the lady was short in height, around 5' 0 (1.5m); quite plump; dressed smartly in Victorian 'housemaid' type clothing; and always greeted her with warmth, with a smile on her face Fortunately, Jill's mother was open-minded about psychic abilities; and unlike most parents, didn't dismiss Jill's 'imaginary' friend. That is - until the events which started to occur.
Each time the 'grey lady' appeared, Jill would tell her mother; and within days, they would be told of a death in the family. It got to the point where Jill's mum, on hearing of the 'grey lady', would start ringing up family to find out who was ill, in anticipation of her fears of another death. This soon led to Jill's visions being suppressed by the family. At school, she would forecast similar events, which made her unpopular. She was quickly branded a witch and knick-named 'Beamish'.
She was often bullied and punched by boys; and lived her early school years with caution. She quickly learned that she was different; so around the age of 6, she consciously 'shut out' the spiritual messages. Jill's dad was a performing piano player and theologian; who in his childhood, met Stan Laurel and Charlie Chaplin. His mum (Jill's grandmother) kept a boarding house for musicians on the road. Performing was in the family. At the age of 4, Jill was introduced to ballet. She trained after school and at weekends, for 6 days a week; which led her to the British School of Ballet in London. She poured her life into ballet. By the age of 17, she'd danced and trained with Nureyev, Barischnikov, Margot Fontayne (Primadonna) and Bonnie Langford. Her certificates are all 'Honours'; the highest achievement possible.
Sadly, her father lost his job, with the decline of the steel industry in the area, and had to withdraw Jill from the school. Jill went on to do TV appearances in children's shows; with Les Dawson, Jim Davidson and Spike Milligan, to name a few. She then went on to tour as a dancer with the famed raunchy dance troop, Hot Gossip. She dated a professional snooker player, who later proposed to her; and Jill declined.
Jill eventually met a soldier she fell in love with, which eventually took her into the British Army. When they married, she received a huge bunch of flowers at the wedding from the ex, who made it to World Champion Snooker Player, with a card saying "Shoulda been me!" (The hit soul song title by Yvonne Fair.)
Sadly Jill's marriage turned out to be an extremely abusive relationship against Jill, which saw no support from her family, because Jill was afraid they would tell her that she'd made her own bed, and she should lie in it. After an early happy marriage, she divorced in 1994 and met Glenn.
In 2005, Jill and Glenn were introduced to their mission: to enlighten people about God, light, the one conscious energy. See www.anewbelief.com