I have been guided to start doing classes and small lectures once again. For as much as I can write up and put on this website (or through various other outlets), sometimes it just takes the personal touch to teach people to help themselves. I am hoping to start with a “Basic Spiritual Protection” course that I would give here in Burbank, CA sometime in late August early September. (more…)
We’ve been in our current home for over 16 years now. The paranormal activity started the night we moved in and has increased to a malevolent nature over the years. I, members of my family, and visitors have had experiences that are unexplainable. We’ve had slamming doors, heavy footsteps, the sound of something being thrown, objects moved and destroyed, toys turning on, televisions turning on and off at all hours, lights turning on and off, all members have heard their names called, (more…)
Have you found yourself experiencing ant or gnat infestation in your home? Do you also have small children and/or pets that you don’t want to expose to noxious and potentially life threatening chemicals which are generally used in pest removal? I have found a safe, effective, and simple method to deter these bothersome creatures from joining you in your house or apartment rent free. (more…)
Use of the Ouija falls into the long and ancient practice of mediumistic spirit writing. Ouija had a predecessor in medieval China (1100 AD) with practice of Fuji or “planchette writing” using a planchette to communicate with spirits of the Dead – this practice was later a forbidden. The Ouija Board was first introduced as a commercial product by Elijah Bond in 1890 as a parlor game. Years later a young child, Peral Curran, used a Spirit Board and made contact with a Spirit who called herself “Patience Worth”. She subsequently became the subject of several best-selling books and later was a famous Spiritulist-Medium -this widely popularized the Ouija Board’s use during the era of World War I and the American Spiritualist movment. The Ouija Board became very popular in America from the 1920’s – 1960’s when it was widely marketed as a toy as it still is today.