Here we are visiting Tombstone, AZ. Exploring and reading all the headstones of those buried in the Boot Hill Cemetery. We enjoyed are day as we toured the town. To walk along the dirt roads and see the famous Bird Cage Theater that is reported to be highly active with spirits and haunts. The history of the area is present as you walk along the historic streets. It was interesting to discover the famed Gunfight at the O.K. Corral occurred in Tombstone, AZ. Marshal Virgil Earp along with brothers Wyatt and Morgan and their friend Doc Holiday took on Billy Clanton and the McLaury Brothers.
This photo goes way back, can you tell? My husband Paul is sporting his fanny-pack and large video camera. The mission turned fort was an exciting trip for us. Exploring the historic site was unforgettable. The site had been packed that day with lots of visitors, so it was difficult to tap-in to the energy of the past. However, that didn't discourage us from enjoying the tour and history lesson. It was a beautiful day followed by a lovely evening of dinner and river walk along the San Antonio River.
As you can tell this picture was taken several years ago. I would often at times just randomly take pictures throughout our house trying to capture any activity. Well, I got lucky this evening capturing this orb in motion up towards the ceiling. My great grandfather had painted the picture on the wall of Devils Tower in Wyoming just in case you were wondering. He had served in the U.S. Cavalry way back in the day.
What a magnificent sight as we drove up to this grand exterior. However, the exterior is very misleading to what lies just beyond the façade. Prior to the construction of the reformatory the land was occupied by 4,000 Civil War troops readying themselves for battle. It was not until 1886 that the cornerstones were laid on the site for the purpose of housing criminals.
As we entered the massive structure seeing the deterioration surrounding us. The peeling paint flaking from the walls, the dust layering the area. With the overbearing bars encasing the area in which we were to pass through leading to the cell blocks.
The energy of the reformatory seemed to be very heavy. The imagination that I had could not ever imagine a life of imprisonment. But as I passed by these cells, I can recall a past prisoner up on the third floor in the corner cell communicating with me. It’s like an imprint in my mind and I can remember him trying to convince me “I didn’t do it, I’m innocent”. He kept repeating this to me.
The picture below, if you look closely to the orb on the right, you may just notice the face in the orb. This cell was not on the third level, but the first.
It was wonderful being in Gettysburg, a place that I had always wanted to visit. Since I love history, this was just up my alley. We were staying in small little KOA cabins that my daughter had booked during our stay in Gettysburg. We were driving down a country road when my psychic vision captured the figure of a Civil War Confederate soldier coming out into the clearing off the side of the road from a barrier of trees. He seemed to be moving at a crouching pace as he made his way out of the tree line. He appeared so quickly and was then just gone. FYI, we did capture orbs on our cameras in the cabin.
As Gettysburg tourists we did what tourists do and went to the Farnsworth House and attended the Cellar Ghost Stories event. Following the event my daughter mentioned to the storyteller that I was a psychic medium. He asked if I would like to touch in with the energy of the Cellar as my daughter videotaped the walk-through. I gave my impressions from what I was receiving and was asked to send them a copy of the video, which we did mail to them once we returned home to California.
As we toured through Gettysburg during these hot and humid days and nights, it was just such a surreal feeling to be here. Such an important place in our American History. My husband and I genealogy buffs too, this trip gave us a real appreciation of our Civil War Ancestors for their courage and the times in which they lived.
Here I sit ready for the Psychic Fair to begin. Who will choose me?
Sometimes Psychic Fairs can be an overwhelming experience. There are so many psychics to choose from, so how do you choose the right medium for you. Some psychics may already be completely booked by the time you arrive.
Well, I can tell you the rule of thumb in choosing the right person to read for you and that is to trust your intuition. Look around, ask yourself who are you drawn to? Pay attention to your own gut instincts.
One thing about psychic mediums is that each one of them read differently from the other. We each receive messages differently and deliver differently from one-another. We have our own symbology, boundaries, and way's we connect to spirit. Some receive messages from spirit clairvoyantly while others may receive messages through clairaudiently and clairsentiently and so forth with all the clairs.
Not to delve to deeply into confusion. But a psychic is not a medium. However, most mediums are psychic. A psychic can see into the future but not touch-in with spirit connecting with loved ones. A medium has the ability to connect with spirit and see into the future. So, in my case I am a psychic medium.
Do you know what type of reading that you would like? Ask yourself this question. Are you more drawn to the oracle/ tarot cards, tea leaf readings, intuitive readings, the runes, or light channeled messages from spirit entities, etc.
Psychic Fair readers will usually have the types of readings they offer on a printed flyer placed near or on their tables along with their business cards. Check out their flyers and take a business card for the opportunity to contact them later if they are unavailable. Be mindful not to invade their space while they are giving a reading as this can disrupt the energy.
1. Trust who you are drawn to.
2. What type of reading do you want?
3. Psychic readers vs. Psychic Mediums.
4. Take their business card.
The spirit within will always guide you for your highest and best good. Trust your intuition and enjoy the experience.
As early as my young childhood I remember always being curious about the supernatural, paranormal, and mysticism in general. I seemed to be drawn with curiosity about the unseen, or what one would term as the occult.