Better Than the Weatherman!

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I live in a cabin in Western Kentucky. Last weekend, toward evening, I heard tornado warnings blaring on the radio. I looked it up on the internet and my place was in the red zone,

Tornado Warning! Take shelter!

Most folks would have run directly to the basement or other protected area. I have the basement set up for such emergencies with food, water, candles and such. Instead, I got my pendulum out. I called for Storm, the Elemental that rides the clouds and knows more about the weather than any meteorologist.

NOTE: Ages ago before there were people here, a group landed here on Earth to settle. They had reached the state of Love and Light to the point they gave up their physical bodies. Missing the feeling of physicality, many attached themselves to flowers, stones, burbling creeks and so on. When people arrived, they wanted to talk to us; they’re very friendly. That’s probably where the idea of fairies and nymphs came from. They’re still here and love to talk to us!

I asked Storm about the Tornado Warning. She said the twisters were indeed very serious and would cause extensive damage, however none would come close to the cabin. I asked if we could sleep in peace and she said we would not be affected directly, for us to sleep with confidence.

In the morning I discovered that just a few miles west of the cabin, towns had been ripped to pieces by a freight-train tornado, with terrible damage extending for miles and miles tornadoes stomping over five states. I went outside and looked around, finding no damage at all. Radio updates are still taking up most of the local station’s airtime, telling where to deliver toys for the Christmas presents that were sucked away, how undocumented immigrants need not fear getting assistance and about President Biden’s visit among other essential news.

I am sharing this recollection to show how communicating with various entities is not merely fun or social. With Elemental aid I have found lost items, I get told when the bread dough on the counter has risen enough to bake, I get active help when making pendulums and I get the most accurate weather information there is.

Thanks, Storm!

BTW, I asked her and she agreed I could use her name. She said she’d love to meet anyone who reads this!

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