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A Gang of Girls Radio - Hauntings, Residual & More

  Mercury Retrograde ends 11/3 Take a breath so we can get through it. Remember Mercury Retrograde helps us break free of old energy that doesn't serve us. Let it come up, remember to be present and release the energy.      Weston Missouri the town that wouldn’t Die –    Originally part of the Louisiana purchase of 1803. Louis and Clark described is as beautiful with fertile soil and diverse in plant and animal life.    !836 Platte Purchase the US government bought 2 million acres of land from the Iowa, Sac, Fox, Sioux and Algonquin Indians for 7,400. Then moved them to a reservation in the North east Kansas.    Main income – hemp & tobacco   It provided a nice harbor for up to 300 steamboats to carry Peeps and merchandise Follow the link for more information -   Beginning in 1845/46, burned to the ground 1890. The Saint George Hotel opened its doors to steamboat Captains, tradesmen, and travelers alike.  Original owner Ben Hollada

A Gang of Girls Radio - Haunted Objects - Show Notes

    Berlin Wisconsin - History & Tannery  The City of Berlin straddles the Fox River for several miles. Founded in 1847 by Nathan Strong, its natural resources and location on the river contributed to its rapid growth. Strong and his colleagues were part of the Fourierite movement located in Ceresco (later the City of Ripon). Disenchanted with the movement Strong decided to strike out on his own and establish a new settlement. By 1850 there were 250 residents, most coming from the New England states. At that time only land on the east side of the river was available, the west side was still “Indian Country.” The Indians ceded their claim in late 1850 and it was opened for settlement. The railroad came in 1857 opening another avenue for travel for the residents. In that same year the city was incorporated.   Wisconsin Granite Company – Granite – Quartz amplifier   Fox River   Native American Land, Crow Sioux, Blackfeet – taken from t

Bellamy Bridge Paranormal Investigation

  Bellamy Bridge and it surrounding is a beautiful place to go for a walk. Remember to bring bug spray as there are hungry mosquitos hanging around looking for tasty humans. If you are going as a paranormal investigator always remember to bring another person with you. You never want to investigate on your own.  Arriving at the parking area for the bridge, I immediately could smell the spirits hanging around in the forest. I could feel the ancient part of this site as well. I could feel the Indian village that stood in the area. As we walked down the path, I could feel the the residual energy of the busy village. I felt like it was a permanent village. In other words I felt like there were people in the village year long.  I recommend stopping at the first bench and connecting to the Indian Guardian there, maybe leaving a gift for him and just letting him know you are there to communicate, enjoy the beautiful forest and bridge. This will help your walk. When I stopped at the bench, I f

A Gang of Girls Radio - Shamanism - Show Notes

Shamanism is a way or practice of utilizing the elemental kingdom to bring about an outcome.  A Shaman is a mediator between the physical and spiritual realms.  Example -  When I lived in Colorado there was a huge fire - the Missionary Ridge Fire. This fire was so hot it boiled the wells dry. The ute Indians went up to Chimney Rock National Park and conducted a rain dance. They were in their full regalia, it is one of the most beautiful and powerful ceremonies I have attended.  We could see the rain falling in the upper atmosphere, because of the heat the rain would dissipate before it could fall on the earth. After the  rain dance, it started to rain a little, then a little more and so on. The firemen were able to contain the fire and finally put it out.  The Rain Dance ceremony is a way to call to the water spirits, to communicate with them and also to show praise and gratitude for the much needed moisture to help put out the fire and keep the people safe.  So you see, they asked the

A Gang of Girls Radio - Mysticism - Show Notes

  Mysticism 'the essence of the mystical quest is compassion'  belief that union with or absorption into the Deity or the absolute, or the spiritual apprehension of knowledge inaccessible to the intellect, may be attained through contemplation and self-surrender. noun. a person who claims to attain, or believes in the possibility of attaining, insight into mysteries transcending ordinary human knowledge, as by direct communication with the divine or immediate intuition in a state of spiritual ecstasy.  Compassion is fierce and comes from the heart as love. This doesn't mean you are a doormat and allow people to walk all over you. It means that you are loving and understanding. You know your limits and have the ability to set boundaries for yourself and others.  The heart is the fundamental part of mysticism. To be an energy worker or psychic we work from the heart to help heal our clients. All true energy work comes through the heart as love.   All mystics are int