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    Post  mac on Sat Apr 16, 2011 9:19 am

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    I'm am able to sense spirits. Sometimes I just
    know they are there but at other times I can see, hear and speak to
    them. Some spirits say they have never lived in the physical world. I
    don't always know who they are but they may me offer guidance. I'm a
    'sensitive'.


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    I can sense or 'read' details directly about the people close to me
    or who come to see me for help. When I tell folks details they mostly
    say I am accurate and I may use the information to help those who ask
    advice. Sometimes I can detect the presence of ‘unseen’ individuals in
    other dimensions - spirits - and they tell me things for myself or about
    others.

    Sometimes people ask me to tell their futures but I tell them I do not know what the future may bring. I'm a 'psychic'.


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    I'm able to focus and can then communicate with spirits. Some of them
    are my personal helpers and bring me support and guidance. I may also
    see and/or hear them or receive an image of what they're trying to
    communicate to me. Some come to pass on a message to family or friends
    who have come to me seeking reassurance about their loved ones. I try
    to get information to prove who the communicator is. I'm a 'medium' or
    'evidential medium'.


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    I'm am able to sense spirits. Sometimes I see
    and speak to them. I don't know them and some say they have never lived
    in the physical world. What they say to me if for my own information
    or guidance. At times, though, they may give guidance for others or the
    information is for me to pass on generally. I'm a 'channel'.


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    Post  Violet on Mon Oct 19, 2020 12:01 am

    ameliorate wrote:Even threads get reincarnated!   :happy: 
    :rofl::rofl::rofl:



    Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.
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    Post  mac on Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:18 am

    I hope we get some new ones, though, not just lots of dead ones that have been resurrected! :angel:
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    Post  Heightend-Awareness on Mon Oct 19, 2020 5:51 pm

    mac wrote:I hope we get some new ones, though, not just lots of dead ones that have been resurrected!  :angel:
    New characters on a new scene will find those you call dead threads/posts interesting to them. Until we have come across these and meet our expectations consider them as a new thread/post with a fresh idea attached. :cool:
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    Post  mac on Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:04 pm

    Heightend-Awareness wrote:
    mac wrote:I hope we get some new ones, though, not just lots of dead ones that have been resurrected!  :angel:
    New characters on a new scene will find those you call dead threads/posts interesting to them. Until we have come across these and meet our expectations consider them as a new thread/post with a fresh idea attached. :cool:

    Oh that's boring unless the subjects are truly unusual, out of the ordinary attracting new, stimulating thoughts and ideas.

    Those old threads are dead - look at their dates - and many of them I've already posted in. The chances of someone coming up with fresh ideas somewhat slim I expect but I'm happy to be proven wrong.

    Forum-based websites need new seekers, individuals we can offer our thoughts and suggestions for their consideration. WE don't need old topics.
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    Post  Heightend-Awareness on Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:12 pm

    mac wrote:
    Heightend-Awareness wrote:
    mac wrote:I hope we get some new ones, though, not just lots of dead ones that have been resurrected!  :angel:
    New characters on a new scene will find those you call dead threads/posts interesting to them. Until we have come across these and meet our expectations consider them as a new thread/post with a fresh idea attached. :cool:

    Oh that's boring unless the subjects are truly unusual, out of the ordinary attracting new, stimulating thoughts and ideas.

    Those old threads are dead - look at their dates - and many of them I've already posted in.  The chances of someone coming up with fresh ideas somewhat slim I expect but I'm happy to be proven wrong.  

    Forum-based websites need new seekers, individuals we can offer our thoughts and suggestions for their consideration.  WE don't need old topics.  
    I bet if they dressed like you, you would be happy to reconsider. Hey? :happy:
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    Post  Heightend-Awareness on Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:13 pm

    It's like going through the history books.
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    Post  mac on Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:18 pm

    Heightend-Awareness wrote:
    mac wrote:
    Heightend-Awareness wrote:
    mac wrote:I hope we get some new ones, though, not just lots of dead ones that have been resurrected!  :angel:
    New characters on a new scene will find those you call dead threads/posts interesting to them. Until we have come across these and meet our expectations consider them as a new thread/post with a fresh idea attached. :cool:

    Oh that's boring unless the subjects are truly unusual, out of the ordinary attracting new, stimulating thoughts and ideas.

    Those old threads are dead - look at their dates - and many of them I've already posted in.  The chances of someone coming up with fresh ideas somewhat slim I expect but I'm happy to be proven wrong.  

    Forum-based websites need new seekers, individuals we can offer our thoughts and suggestions for their consideration.  WE don't need old topics.  
    I bet if they dressed like you, you would be happy to reconsider. Hey? :happy:

    Perhaps I would but few could carry off such a look yet remain dignified and authoritative like me. :happy: :wink: :giggles:

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    Post  Heightend-Awareness on Mon Oct 19, 2020 7:33 pm

    mac wrote:
    Heightend-Awareness wrote:
    mac wrote:
    Heightend-Awareness wrote:
    mac wrote:I hope we get some new ones, though, not just lots of dead ones that have been resurrected!  :angel:
    New characters on a new scene will find those you call dead threads/posts interesting to them. Until we have come across these and meet our expectations consider them as a new thread/post with a fresh idea attached. :cool:

    Oh that's boring unless the subjects are truly unusual, out of the ordinary attracting new, stimulating thoughts and ideas.

    Those old threads are dead - look at their dates - and many of them I've already posted in.  The chances of someone coming up with fresh ideas somewhat slim I expect but I'm happy to be proven wrong.  

    Forum-based websites need new seekers, individuals we can offer our thoughts and suggestions for their consideration.  WE don't need old topics.  
    I bet if they dressed like you, you would be happy to reconsider. Hey? :happy:

    Perhaps I would but few could carry off such a look yet remain dignified and authoritative like me.  :happy: :wink: :giggles:
    :lol:

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