Strangers?

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When you meet up with an entity you don’t know, be safe! Demons are not physical, not alive and are pure evil. They want to get into your head and push you to get hurt or to do evil or both. Below, I talk about calling on your Gold Standard. It’s explained in the Conversing with Various Entities book, but in short, the Gold Standard is the one you have faith in and look up to, often they are considered sacred.  Mine is Jesus Christ. Yours is whoever you feel it needs to be – one known as being a master of love and light is advised. As explained in the book, Jesus does not require church attendance, baptism, or any other religious requirement; He will help anyone striving for Love and Light.

Here is an example for you. The black print is the human with a pendulum talking. The violet print is the entity that’s trying to talk to the human. Green is some outside-the-story explanation.

Be Safe!

Annie felt her palm itch, a sign that somebody wanted to talk with her. She pulled out her pendulum.

Is somebody trying to talk to me?

The pendulum twirled Yes.

Are you of Love and Light?

If no response or a NO answer, call on your Gold Standard quickly and let that strong one take the demon and verify the evil. If verified, the demon gets cast into a black hole.

If you get YES, proceed with meeting a new friend!

What is your name?

If you think you hear a name in your head, say it aloud and see if that is it. Try a few similar names if it seems right.

Did I hear Novo?

The pendulum twirled weakly, the showed ‘Maybe’.

A star showed in Annie’s vision. Nova?

A strong YES!

If you don’t get any hints, try running through the alphabet; yes means you got the right letter. Maybe just do all the vowels next. That should help!

Are you a galactic person? An elemental? An angel?

YES on the last one.

Annie’s other arm started rocking forward and back. Do you want to show me something?

YES!

Annie’s arm directed her downstairs to the washer and dryer. Oh, I need to do laundry! I know I do.

NO!

Annie perused the area, must be something wrong. Aha! The drain showed water all the way to the top. Clogged! If she’d done laundry without looking, the basement would have flooded!

(btw, today is my birthday.)