May 11, 2019
BossMama

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The Phone Line To Hel…

Spirit channeling has adapted to the technological realm of today’s modern world. You now have the option of having your fortune told over the phone, via video conferencing or social media chat line.

The Goddess Hel, daughter of Loki is arguably the most powerful worker of divinity. After falling in love with the Allfather’s beloved son Baldur, she and her father used the vampirical plant Mistletoe to send the sun god to her through a temporary death.

Full of guilt, Baldur’s brothers travelled to Helheim to see how they might free him. Being outnumbered and outpowered, they returned to their father. Odin dressed in disguise so as not to alert the dead, Hel’s servants or soldiers, but when he arrived Helheim Palace was decorated for a great banquet. She had forseen The Allfather’s arrival and took great lengths to impress the powerful god.

I have been blessed with the ability to medium; I act as a radio for the spirits to communicate through. Whether it is by coin reading, teal leaf reading, tarot spreads or runes, I allow the spirits to use me as their communication tool. Often the messages I receive and relate do not make any sense to me, but are secret messages for the person having their fortune told, by a loved one who has passed on.

If you would like to communicate with your dead family members or friends, please do not hesitate to contact me. Believe me, there are so many spirits that have been very relieved to get to warn their nieces, nephews, grandchildren, daughters and sons of impending troubles or to offer them emotional support during tough times or wish them well on their accomplishments

Wanting to speak with the dead is not crazy or strange. It is perfectly natural. It can be therapeutic for those struggling to move past loss. It can remove anxious energy from your home and surroundings due to your spirits’ frustration over not being able to get your attention. So give it a try!

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