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  Hello guys
Posted by: TheSeekersLighthouse - 17-11-2018 07:09 PM - No Replies

Hello guys. I am formerly jmpsychicservices, though I lost access to my email address linked with that account long ago and cannot for the life of me work out of the account password after several tries, I run my own spiritual blog now.

I am still offering readings and also am willing to offer my discussions/opinions in here!

Hello again guys!

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  Psychic reading experience/Natasha Crystal Palace/Emystics/Keen/Shelly
Posted by: smoothies88 - 14-11-2018 08:43 PM - Replies (3)

Hi I’m new here.

Just wondering if people have any good trusted psychics that you can share?

So I’m recently got my heart broken and I’m going through my psychic craze phase. I’ve googled some well reviewed psychic and have tried:

1. Natasha in Crystal Place and she was so so spot on she picked up current situation as well and making accurate predictions. I’ve been to her twice. Has anyone read with her and what are your thoughts? This is her website http://psychicreadingsdirect.com/ she has so many reviews on google.

2. I’ve tried Eddie and Rainha on https://www.emystics.co.uk Eddie was very vague but sort of getting the high level situation correct and generic predictions (time will heal there will be a chance of reconcile) which turned out acciatetr but too generic could just be a good guess. Rainha is their top reader with the most positive reviews and she got everything wrong. Like...so wrong.

3. Queen of cups18 on KEEN: spot on about the current situation, very impressed. She picked up on the other person’s feelings and she said very similarly to Natasha number 1, so either are both either right or both wrong but I’d like to think that they are right.

4. Waiting to try my first reading with Shelly. Read a lot about her on here. Seems mixed reviews.

Have you read of any of the above? Any thoughts please? Also please share your trusted psychic who’s good with picking up feelings and good at predictions.

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  David Wells
Posted by: minnie99 - 11-11-2018 12:48 AM - Replies (2)

Has anyone ever read with him before?

Has a private site abd charges £60 for 30mins

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  John Dee painting originally had circle of human skulls, x-ray imaging reveals
Posted by: mecheeta - 05-11-2018 07:55 AM - No Replies

Hidden beneath a painting of the enigmatic Tudor polymath John Dee performing an experiment for Elizabeth I is a dark and slightly terrifying secret, research has discovered.

X-ray imaging of the stately Victorian artwork has revealed that Dee was originally surrounded by human skulls before the ghoulish image was painted over, probably because it was too odd for the buyer. But curators of an exhibition opening on Monday believe it sums up the conundrum of Dee: should we remember him as brilliant pioneering scientist, or as an occultist who thought he could talk to angels?

The question arises at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) headquarters in London, where remarkable books from Dee’s personal collection go on public display for the first time.


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  Looking for cheap rent? Try a haunted house – video
Posted by: mecheeta - 05-11-2018 07:53 AM - No Replies

Tanishi Matsubara has an unusual system for renting cheaply in Osaka - he seeks out 'stigmatised property': places in which the previous inhabitant has died. In Japan, the belief that such properties are haunted has even led to a law which means potential tenants must be informed


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  Masters of reality
Posted by: mecheeta - 03-11-2018 06:10 PM - No Replies

Thomas T Hills
is professor of psychology at the University of Warwick in Coventry, UK.

Shamanism is as varied as those who practise it. Its practitioners range from indigenous lineages who have passed down their craft over thousands of years to the modern ‘plastic shamans’, who represent no specific culture but have adapted shamanism to meet the demands of metropolitan markets. However, there is a common theme to shamanism wherever it is practised: the use of spiritual (or shamanic) trance to facilitate journeys to a non-ordinary reality. Here, in this non-ordinary reality, the shamans do their work. According to the historian of religion Mircea Eliade writing in 1951, shamanism is the ‘technique of ecstasy’, involving the purposeful invocation and use of dreams and visions to solve problems.

By this definition, shamanism is the landscape of the spirit-journey, populated by good and evil spirits and the souls of the deceased and yet-to-be-born. It is the place where mountains speak and Grandmother Skeleton points out which plants to eat when the dry season lasts too long. In this form, shamanism is everywhere in the old ways of humans. Every tribal culture – alive or dead – has some broker of spiritual capital. The Indonesian Mentawai have their sikerei. The Inuit have their angakok. The Columbian Desana have their paye. The Mongolian Buryat have their böö. The American Sioux have their heyoka.

The sheer magnitude of our shamanic ancestry means one of two things: either shamanism originated once prior to the human diaspora some 70,000 years ago and has been preserved since, or it has arisen independently countless times in premodern human cultures. If we consider that preagricultural human societies are each experiments in how to run a village, with each competing in the evolutionary market of survival and reproduction, then we must ask: what good is shamanism?


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  The mysterious modern world of Roma witchcraft
Posted by: mecheeta - 02-11-2018 01:48 PM - No Replies

Twisting traditional rituals with 21st-century technology, the new generation of Roma women are transforming their old craft into a very modern business.

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Photographer Lucia Sekerkova was researching Romania for a potential study abroad year when she discovered a video of a Rodica and her Roma witch business.

Fascinated by this strange world of modern mysticism, the photographer set about hunting down the boldest and most famous Roma women for a photography project called Vrajitoare (“enchantress” or “witch” in English)


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  for halloween Ghost Stories of Hell’s Kitchen: Tales of haunted houses, creepy court
Posted by: mecheeta - 28-10-2018 08:21 PM - No Replies

for halloween
Ghost Stories of Hell’s Kitchen: Tales of haunted houses, creepy courtyards and spirited taverns

PODCAST The Manhattan neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen has a mysterious, troubling past. So what happens when you throw a few ghosts into the mix? Greg and Tom find out the hard way in this year’s ghost stories podcast, featuring tales of mystery and mayhem situated in the townhouses, courtyards and taverns of this trendy area of Midtown West.

This years Ghost Stories of Old New York show features:

— The troubling tale of a 1970s motion picture classic that may have left a sinister mark on West 54th Street

— The haunted home of a popular film and TV actress, possessed with a very hungry ghost

— An enchanting courtyard layered with several horrifying ghost stories

— And the shenanigans at a 150 year old tavern where the beer and the spirits flow freely.


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  Beyoncé’s ex-drummer accuses her of ‘extreme witchcraft’
Posted by: mecheeta - 27-10-2018 07:43 PM - No Replies

Beyoncé has found herself in some brouhaha.

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Beyoncé‘s former drummer, Kimberly Thompson, requested a restraining order against her because she claimed the singer practices “extreme witchcraft,” The Blast reported. According to the lawsuit, Beyoncé has allegedly been using her magic to run surveillance and control Thompson’s finances.

Thompson also claimed that the “Lemonade” singer started a campaign of harassment against her, which includes “dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation.” She also alleged Bey murdered her kitten.

A judge denied Thompson’s request for a restraining order.


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  Hull's creepiest ghost stories with tales of murder, phantoms and violent poltergeis
Posted by: mecheeta - 27-10-2018 07:28 PM - No Replies

A look back at Hull's most haunted houses. Linnaeus Street where Hull's original haunted house sat
It started on Friday October 22, 1852 at the home in what is now Linnaeus Street, off Anlaby Road. A family were rudely awoken by a loud banging noise, like a “tap, tap, tap.” Candles were lit, and by the flickering flame the family investigated, but the cause of the noise went undiscovered.

Eventually, they sought the help and advice of the Hull Police, who quickly dispatched two detectives to the house. By this point, however, the news had broken, and newspapers across Great Britain began to feature the story of Hull’s most haunted house.

The public arrived en masse to sit in the street and await the spectral tapping, and when it began the scientists, builders, and detectives searched the house for a possible explanation but none was forthcoming. The house lacked gas or water pipes, so these were ruled out, and the nearest watercourse was a well at the bottom of the garden.

The Pennington Street poltergeist
Pennington Street is today filled with industrial units and workshops, but in 1854 it was a bustling community, with terraced properties that housed the workers of east Hull.

It was among one of these houses that the Gard family resided. But their lives were thrown into chaos by the arrival of a poltergeist.

The bizarre goings on had become so bad the police had been called in when stones were thrown at people inside the house. At one point, when the police were present, a stone flew across the room and hit one of the children.

On another occasion, when the house was empty, a piece of coal flew through the kitchen window into the rear garden, narrowly missing a police officer and Mr Gard.


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