Spiritual Medium and Grief Specialist Roland Comtois Returns to Talbot County in June


Roland Comtois, Internationally acclaimed Spiritual Medium, Grief Specialist, best-selling Author, and Inspirational Speaker returns to the Eastern Shore after Sold Out Channeling events in years past here. He returns for a channeling event on June 21st at The St. Michaels Inn, St. Michaels and will be offering a new event at the Avalon/Stoltz Listening Room in Easton on June 22nd. All events are open to the public.

Roland is a gerontology nurse by profession who commits full time to his mission of healing and love. He has been sharing specific and meaningful messages now for over 45 years. Attendees to Roland’s events are truly touched by his abilities to connect with departed loved ones and share direct powerful messages that the attendees can understand. The messages truly change people’s lives. This is Roland’s 3rd year returning to the area, and his events are always anticipated with great enthusiasm from past attendees, who gain a greater understanding of the afterlife and communicating with your loved ones, and some received one of Roland’s signature Purple Papers.

Roland’s unique signature Purple Papers with documented messages he receives daily in meditation are pre-transcribed messages that bring peace and comfort beyond words to the recipients. The Purple Papers truly set Roland apart from others in his field. Examples of the Purple Papers are shown here:

For these June events, Roland will again be providing messages, address how to remain connected with your loved ones who have passed and overcoming grief, and the eternity of love. A new addition for the Avalon event includes Roland telling first-hand the story of his near-death experience, including an original musical score and songs, and then deliver poignant channeled messages from loved ones, including his Signature Purple Papers. Roland will deliver as many messages as possible as time permits, and some may also receive a Purple Paper. The events are such a compelling experience to help those who have suffered loss to find strength through the love they shared. Roland is dedicated to helping people recognize that life – and love – do not end when someone passes from this plane. Roland’s following includes a global audience of all faiths and ages who look to him for affirmations that love is eternal and heaven exists, and that spiritual connections are possible in every moment of time.

Roland is also the co-host with Bobbi Parlett, owner of Simpatico, Italy’s Finest, St. Michaels, MD for their annual St. Francis pilgrimage to Italy around St. Francis feast day in the late September/early October time frame. Bobbi met Roland in her own grief journey after her husband Ed Parlett passed in 2012. Bobbi says “Roland has helped me tremendously to gain a much better understanding about eternal love and connections that continue with our loved ones who have passed, including how to notice signs from them. I have received signs, messages and several Purple Papers over the years which are irrefutable evidence that our loved ones are with us always and that our spirits live on. The comfort and comprehension of

this realization helps people move forward with their lives and brings a new level of understanding of life and love everlasting.”
The events are open to the public and attendees must be 18 years of age. Tickets can be purchased through www.rolandcomtois.net for the St. Michaels event and the other events in the area or www.avalonfoundation.org for the Easton event.

For more information about Roland or to schedule a media interview visit www.rolandcomtois.net under Events or call Bobbi Parlett at 610-209-5409.

The schedule for all of Roland’s events in the area include:

June 21st – Channeling Event: The St. Michaels Inn, St. Michaels, MD 7 PM to 9 PM
June 22nd – “Through the Door’ and Channeling Event: Avalon/Stoltz Listening Room, “Through the Door” the story of Roland’s near-death experience and the second part is channeling of messages. 8 PM to 10 PM

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