Bizarre ‘interview with Princess Diana’s lonely spirit’ 20 years after her death released by ‘psychic’

A man claiming to be a psychic who has contacted the “lonely” ghost of Princess Diana has released a full transcript of their ‘interview’, prior to the 20th anniversary of her death in a car accident in Paris.

Ryuho Okawa is known as a ‘renowned spiritual leader’ in Japan and founded the Happy Science movement, ‘dedicated to bringing greater happiness to humankind’.

He claims to have spoken with Diana’s spirit earlier this month in a Japanese lecture hall – and has published the “conversation” in a book entitled Spiritual Interview with Princess Diana, which is being sold on Amazon .

It begins with Okawa ‘summoning’ the spirit of the princess, followed by polite greetings of “Good afternoon”.

The book is certainly one of the more strange tributes to Diana as she is remembered 20 years on from her death.

Ryuho Okawa claims to have contacted the princess (Image: Wongstar7/Youtube)

“Are you Princess Diana?” Okawa asks. “Uh huh, yes,” comes the response. (Has Diana ever said “Uh huh” in an interview?)

“Diana” then goes on to say she was ‘invited by the International Division’ of Happy Science to speak to Okawa and his fellow psychics.

What follows is a bizarre series of questions and answers which, Okawa claims, were given “by the princess herself”.

They even refer to Kate Middleton, with ‘Diana’ quoted as saying: “Catherine is very kind to me. I feel like that.”

Diana died 20 years ago this month (Image: PA)

Asked if she can forgive her husband, the ‘spirit’ reportedly says: “No, definitely no. No, no, no. I don’t hate him, but I believe that he’s a devil.”

Below are a few of the more bizarre extracts from the book, which makes reference to Kate Middleton, William and Harry and Diana’s former husband Prince Charles.

On the accident

Okawa: “You actually died in a car accident in Paris, 20 years ago.”

Diana: “Car accident? Oh…”

Okawa: “Yes. Do you remember the situation? If you remember, could you tell us about the accident?”

Diana: “Car accident. There was a car accident and I was carried into the hospital. After that, I’m sleeping, sleeping, sleeping, sleeping, but still living.”

Diana dazzles on a trip to Australia (Image: Tim Graham Photo Library)

On the Queen and Royal family

Okawa: “What do you think about Queen Elizabeth?”

Diana: “Which one?”

Okawa: “The mother of Prince Charles.”

Diana: “Ah, Elizabeth. Hmm… Maybe a great mother. But she is the last one, the last light of England.”

Isono: “Don’t you hope that your child, Prince William, becomes the king of the UK?”

Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II in 1983 (Image: Rex Features)

Diana: “I’m afraid that England will experience another revolution. So, I cannot imagine that the royal family will continue forever.

“My tragedy, it’s a turning point, I think so. There’s no truth. There’s no love. There’s no loyalty. There’s no obligation to subjects, so I feel a little different. That’s the reason I prefer Islam.”

On Charles

“I’m wondering about the origin of beauty. If it comes from the beauty of the mind, the beauty of the heart, it’s correct. But if it is just to attract the minds of men, it is not the real beauty.

“Like my former husband. Firstly, he loved me, but after marriage, he didn’t have true love because it meant my beauty was just his accessory.

“So, he just wanted to show me as a beautiful lady and wanted to be proud of the fact that a prince can get the world beauty.”

The book has been released in time for the anniversary of Diana’s death (Image: Amazon)

The “interview” takes a dark turn when “Diana’s spirit” is asked about claims she was killed by someone.

“I’m not sure, but I felt some kind of evil intention,” she is quoted as saying.

“Maybe secret service or… Someone was aiming to deprive me of my life after I got a divorce. It’s from Charles or…”

“He can send some messenger of death.”

On her death

When the psychics claim to tell ‘Diana’ she is dead and a ghost, her reaction is written down as: “Oh, no! Heavens no! No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no.

“I don’t like ghosts. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. It’s a dream, dream, dream, bad dream, bad dream.”

“I have a grave of course, in England, but I am not living in that grave. I mean, the people who died, they are lying under the ground, but I’m not there, of course.

A tribute laid by the Spencer family is seen at Althorp House, Northampton, in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, on the island where she is buried, 2007
A tribute laid by the Spencer family is seen at Althorp House, Northampton, in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, on the island where she is buried, 2007 (Image: PA)

“You said 20 years have passed since my death, but I cannot understand what my entity is. Who am I? What am I? How should I live? Am I just dreaming, or am I just lying like a dead person? Please guide me.”

If you thought that was weird, there are plenty more bizarre questions and answers in the book, which is available to buy on Amazon .

An ‘about the author’ section claims: “To date, Master Okawa’s books have sold over 100 million copies worldwide and been translated into 28 languages.”