Coming to an end…

I’m sorry it’s been so long, the construction in my home is finally coming to a close.

I have felt though that there was a reason I wasn’t able to blog lately. I felt it was best to lay low and take a time of rest. I have some things brewing and received a new spirit guide in the last month which I have yet to completely figure out. I don’t know why he has appeared, but in this period of transition (in terms of spiritual guidance and my literal home and many other things) I have felt it necessary to pull back and figure out the new paradigm I’m going to be working with. I don’t want to go off half cocked. This new spirit guide has brought with him lots of poltergeist activity, phones jumping off the sofa on their own (my husband was witness to that) loud wrapping on the outside of our home at 4 in the morning and general stuff moving around on its own. It’s all gentle enough, but each person and/or spirit guide has a different way of communicating. I’m trying to make sure I don’t misunderstand him which has been why I’ve been reticent to make any predictions as of late. But so far my suspicions about the symbolic language and images he’s given me seem to be panning out the way I thought they would. In other words it won’t be long before I start blogging again, this time armed with a new perspective.

As I said I’m not sure why this spirit guide was recently sent. I suppose he has a perspective I need now that I didn’t before. Hope all out there are well.

Pray for all the kind, good people in need and send protection to the earth and all its creatures. We are all in transition right now. It has the potential to be good if we direct our energy that way.

Many blessings,

Denise

PS. To my clients if you want to finally schedule readings I can do so starting next week. E-mail me at happypeopleusa@aol.com or astrologyandpsychicpredictions@gmail.com. I check happypeopleusa@aol.com more frequently right now so it’s best to try that first.

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Coming to an end…

UFOs

From Lenora:

These aliens people have been seeing, which ones are they? Here is a list and description of known types of aliens:

http://www.ufocasebook.com/alientypes.html

I have my own theory and would like to see if others are thinking the same thing I am. I just wondered why they picked on the Haitians who seem like pretty harmless as far as weapons that might cause damage to an alien craft are concerned. i do believe these aliens have a fear of our atomic weapons.

I clicked on the link of different alien types. I think the author is correct about a lot, if not all of his assertions and types of aliens. I have never seen or heard anyone put together the alien agenda in the way I felt it was, which is pretty much what came to me before the quake in Haiti. Why (if this is connected to the aliens) they would want to destroy or start their war in that part of the world, I don’t know. It makes me wonder if it was due to the extreme poverty and the desire to do as much damage as possible to the Collective psyche of our race as possible. The devastation there is palpable, I can’t help but feel it – have had a migraine for a week now that will not go away. I don’t think I’m alone in the effect so many people are and have been feeling since this has happened. Perhaps it was meant to throw us off so other attacks would be easier, our minds fixated on this crisis and our emotions frazzled by the horrifying destruction.

I hope what I saw was just a metaphor and had no literal truth to it. This is always a problem when dealing with inter-dimensional beings whether they be aliens, angels, spirit guides or ghosts. It’s very difficult to get a handle on whether these beings are presenting an image of what they want to project or if people/sensitives are seeing them as they truly are. Or if they are speaking in metaphor, riddle or literally.

Please keep the comments and dreams coming.

Blessings,

Denise

UFOs

Regarding A Few Posts from Readers…

Hi I got one comment from JoJo who was mad at me for talking to much about other things like religion. Oh, well, in my opinion all things are related and I like to push the envelope in regards to our assumptions about religion especially because it is often used as a crutch to do horrible things. It is also something most people are afraid to examine because of the “FEAR OF GOD!” which is a terrible ridiculous idea. One that serves organized religion well, keeps their 10% coming in and people’s minds shut off from having a relationship with God which is very sad.

Religion is also so often used to destroy others with, to invade countries, to feel righteous – all very bad things that lead to suffering and are the antithesis of spirituality. I think it’s sort of funny that people want me to just be a psychic and predict things. Where do these people think I get my information? I was given the gift because I have spent most of my lifetimes trained in different religious traditions. If anyone spends the vast majority of even one lifetime meditating and doing trance work they will get psychic information. I have memories of my past lives and believe me I earned these abilities both in other lifetimes and in the circumstances of this lifetime.

In this lifetime I have been trained in a religious tradition and have a ministerial credential. I have performed quite a few marriages in my years. It’s a strange idea that some people separate spirituality from psychic ability. It is impossible to have the “gift” and not connect with spirits, inter-dimensional beings (angels, fairies, guides, the higher self or whatever one wants to call it) and have flashes of God/Goddess’s love. Being a psychic is a modern form of shamanism. And shamans are in direct connection with the divine. Seriously, where else would the info come from? I guess that’s why some super right wing Christians think psychics are in league with the devil because their preachers tell them they are the only ones who can spread the TRUTH, while they misquote and misunderstood the bible (mostly Christ’s message, they seem to do well with the damnation part aka the Old Testament aka the Torah which isn’t supposed to be the Christian part but I guess I’m just getting fussy) and it’s perfectly fine to be like a lame parent and “Do as I say not as I do,” for many of these leaders, being major hypocrites (to say the least in many cases). Many of these “preachers” have the energy of a used car salesman on meth like Ted Haggard. Jeez, way before he came out he seemed strung out on coke and I would have better the deed to my house that he was getting some man action. Not that there would be anything wrong with him being gay or even having drug problems if he wasn’t running around damning everyone else to hell for having the same problems. It’s just disgusting the things these people do in the name of religion. They are so hateful to gay people and people with drug problems or any sort of problems which is so NOT CHRISTIAN! I know there are many really great Christan people who follow the words of Christ and who are loving and kind and pure. I wish they would speak up against these nut-jobbers who seem to be using the religion to just get rich and take advantage of people by dignifying the lowest human traits like racism, anger, hatred, war mongering, fear, etc. and find these bizarre ways to elevate this low level behavior to a spiritual club (this behavior is anything but spiritual or God-like unless one’s conception of God is that he’s a jealous, evil, mean-spirited, blood thirsty father figure who likes to create people to have sexual desire only to punish them for it, talk about Sadistic!) Christ said things like “He who is without sin cast the first stone, love thy neighbor as thyself, etc.” I mean we all know his teachings, they were not my Dad in heaven’s gonna kick your ass with his oozy if you don’t do what I say!

And anyone can be psychic if they want to spend a few lifetimes meditating and praying all the time. Or even if they want to devote  a big chunk of this life to knowing and understanding God/Goddess through meditation and trance work.

In modern organized religions God is often so formalized, intellectualized and distant that many priests and preachers don’t get to actually experience God directly but rather go through the prescription of the bible or other holy books. I have met priests and nuns who have a beatific quality, it’s obvious they are very connected to Spirit (most Buddhist monks and nuns are like this, they spend the vast majority of their time meditating). But western religions are not big on shamanistic practices or on forging ones own connection to the divine, but rather we are taught to blindly believe the bible and those religious figures who teach it. History has proven this to be problematic from the burning times of Europe when 25% of all women were murdered to our current crisis of Christian Crusaders blowing up abortion clinics, terrorizing doctors and building Mega Churches with our tax dollars for the military so they can get pumped up in their fight against Muslim extremists. Does anyone see the problem here? I’m sure 99.9% of you do.

So for those who don’t like the theological side of me, well, I’ll just have to say I’m given information by a greater force than myself and that includes where my spiritual beliefs come from, they come from a lifetime of connecting and praying, meditating and giving myself over to the Great Spirit to channel the truth. If it doesn’t jive with a book written more than 2,000 years ago, oh, well. And if it you’ve meditated on your own connection and what I say doesn’t feel right to you, I completely respect that as we all have our own spiritual paths. But the one thing I will never respect is paying someone else to do your spiritual work for you because not only does it not work, it actually causes spiritual devolvement. It is the most dangerous thing about organized religion which is why, ironically, I have more in common with most atheists and agnostics, in this regard, than I do people who blindly follow a specific faith without using their own higher self to guide them on that path.

All religions are the truth. It’s just the truth is buried inside the faith, and one must do the digging on his or her own to progress down the path. This is because religions become like a millennium long game of telephone, and by the time the information is given to you via multiple interpretations of the scriptures and political events that color or even edit either the meaning/tone or actual information in the scripture. Try reading all the different versions of the bible. Now imagine all those versions came from early translations that were translated from early translations that were passed down through oral tradition for thousands of years. As you can see the truth soon becomes a needle inside hundreds of tangled haystacks. Many of these haystacks manipulated (say sprayed different colors or covered in chemicals or whatever) by the culture and those in power at different points in history. The only way to find that needle is to close your eyes, meditate upon it and plug into the part of you that is one with God. If you do, you walk right through all the thousands of haystacks, right to the center of the one that has the needle inside it, as if it was never lost.

Many Blessings,

Denise

Oh, and to John who posted about Lincoln,

I’m from Illinois so I’m sure I didn’t get the whole story of Lincoln. I don’t know enough so I can’t argue with your information. I’m sure he was corrupt in some ways. But he did end slavery and that took some pretty big balls.

I had heard someone in passing say he was racist, but I think everyone was back then. People were segregated and whites had no real contact with African Americans and those who did would have had contact with either slaves or extremely poor and/or undereducated African Americans thus adding to people’s stupid assumptions.

The moral argument against slavery wasn’t that they believed in the equality of the African Americans, it was about the immorality of slavery itself. I think it’s a bit much to believe anyone back then was really that advanced in regards to their understanding of race or gender. I’m sure Lincoln was a total sexist, too. As the vast majority (99.99999999%)¬† would have been because it was the culture they were raised in where women and minorities were not given the same opportunities and of course if you limit people then they can’t help but live up to their culture’s limited expectations. It is only the rare few that are able to rise and then they are considered the “exceptions.”

There’s always a way for people to protect their ignorance. I thank you for your information about Lincoln. I’ll have to do more research about him.

Regarding A Few Posts from Readers…