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  • n. Plural form of channeler.


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  • Those humans who can use this power are known as channelers; the principal organization of such channelers in the books is called the Aes Sedai or ‘Servants of All’ in the Old Tongue. » Robert

  • We are currently enjoying a resurgence of interest in spirit-mediums, thanks to the popularity of TV "channelers" like James Van Praagh, John Edwards, and Sylvia Brown.

    Inamorata by Joseph Gangemi: Questions

  • But Mr. Andrews drew the line at permitting the participation of "channelers" who act as conduits for the voices of long dead aliens.

    EUFON Vol. 2 No. 1

  • Lots of "channelers" will get confused about where they get there mesages from, its only normal.


  • "channelers," because they're not officially acting - repeat whatever unidentified voice they hear coming through their cell phones.

    The Daily Iowan - Online Edition

  • Perhaps he had used his channeling to heal himself, or perhaps one of these women in the royal box had done it for him; some of them were channelers as well.

    Trial of Seven

  • The archer and the spear maiden were dangerous, he did not doubt, and the channelers doubly so with their sorcerer's skills, but only Min truly seemed to sense the peril their lord was in.

    Trial of Seven

  • Scores of self-proclaimed mystics, healers, channelers of past life experiences (and aliens), sacred touch massage therapists, wind whisperers and vision quest guides offer their services, often for a hefty price.

    Lance Mannion:

  • A standing joke, based very much on fact, is that whenever a Japanese person commits a headline-worthy crime, the 2 channelers will dig up a Korean ancestor for them so as to deny the wrong-doer is one of “us”.

    Radio advertising in Japan

  • Later, Jordan reveals the truth behind their channelers – Damane.

    Blowing the Horn


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