mediumship

noun
me·di·um·ship | \ˈmē-dē-əm-ˌship \

Definition of mediumship 

: the capacity, function, or profession of a spiritualistic medium

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Frees also will work with audience members by sharing her psychic and mediumship gifts. Randall G. Mielke, Aurora Beacon-News, "'American Psychic' helps connect people with departed loved ones," 5 July 2018 The main focus of his new religion focused on mediumship, and the ability to experience unconscious hallucinations and attain clairvoyance. Sarah Betancourt, Longreads, "The Religion No One Talks About: My Search For Answers in an Old Caribbean Faith," 30 Mar. 2018 Shamanism, and varieties of mediumship, were deeply established in Tohoku, and many of the bereaved were turning to those who practiced them. Aaron Gilbreath, Longreads, "The Ghosts of the Tsunami," 25 Oct. 2017

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1852, in the meaning defined above

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