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  1. #91
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    Cassie:

    Blue, White, Grey.
    Cool but not cold.
    Spice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassie View Post
    I see you looking through an old wooden window frame. I also sense a tickly feeling like prickly heat around the back of hands and/or knees.
    I actually do have this very itchy, rashy skin irritation on my finger from the harsh detergents at work. I never mentioned it in this forum.
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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    I'm a beginner in controling what I feel

    A hidden unfulfilled desire.Warm.Sensible and with a proeminent ego.Worries.Now...Date of death probably around the year 2021,if a crucial decision is not made in 2013.Has a strict sense of territory and possession.I'm feeling there is a conflict from the past that left a trace on the subconstient mind.

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    New to this

    DISCLAIMER
    Okay, I'm almost brand new to this. One I did gazed into an agate egg for a reading for my friend...the egg wasn't cleansed well, I didn't ground, and there was A CRAP load of things wrong with the circle I attempted to make. That said, I learned my lesson because we heard wind* blowing like mad and I saw a lightning bolt when I blinked while gazing. The lightning bolt was in a funny shape, so I looked it up in my fortune teller's bible. It was in the shape of a rune. I told my friend what the rune meant. Later she told me the reading was accurate.



    This time I grounded myself, and just closed my eyes and let my eyelids do the reading. I did quite a few, and grounded myself often. I'm only telling you the ones that repeated in some way, they seemed to have more meaning to me.
    READING
    I saw on my eyelids:
    About 1/3 of the outline of a circle with a smaller circle (almost a dot) in the middle of it. The dot-like-circle was on the center of my nose. The 1/3 outline of the circle covered the lower sinuses, but the ends of the curved line didn't. They were sort of close to the eyes.

    A rectangle with what appears to be a little clip in the middle on the left side. The clip had a circle on it's left side.

    A rectangle with what appears to be a cylinder on the right side which covers that entire side, but no more.

    A rectangle pulsing larger, smaller, larger, smaller, larger etc.

    *The rectangle had the vertical sides shorter than the horizontal sides, but they were pretty close in length.

    **the rectangle ones had a repeating theme, I only saw each one (besides the last one which I saw twice) once.

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    Lapis_Lazuli
    I see something like a small pool or pond of water full of shifting and changing colours and I get a strong sense of change generally.
    I also see a veiled female figure that has a strong magnetic/hypnotic sort of attraction... And agian, this woman seems to emerge out of water...
    😈 "It's too bad that stupidity isn't painful." Anton LaVey 😈

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cassie View Post
    Lapis_Lazuli
    I see something like a small pool or pond of water full of shifting and changing colours and I get a strong sense of change generally.
    I also see a veiled female figure that has a strong magnetic/hypnotic sort of attraction... And agian, this woman seems to emerge out of water...
    I don't know if what I'm seeing in you is a result of what I've seen you post or something actually psychically received, but I get a strong sense of love from you. I know that could be said about anyone, but as I'm typing this, I have this warm feeling in my chest about you.

    I don't see anything abstract, though.
    With regard to my posting, I am a curious individual who, in most
    cases, enjoys debates but not arguments. Unless otherwise noted, my
    posts are objective, though often passionate.


    Indeed, I sometimes act contrarian, but I am not doing it to be
    offensive. What may appear as angry, scathing sarcasm, though it may
    be, probably is not.


    “It's not what's supposed to be pleasing—it's what is.”
    Anton LaVey


    "Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is
    man's original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress
    has been made, through disobedience and through rebellion."

    - Oscar Wilde


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    Human:
    Sexually charged, emotional.
    Feeling free at last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWomanMonster View Post
    Human:
    Sexually charged, emotional.
    Feeling free at last.
    I sense a piercing, almost prying, insightfulness in you, but also some reserve to express it in public.

    Possibly the shy type.

    P.S. Spot-on with the "Feeling free at last", at least as far as work is concerned for this week.

    I think the "Sexually charged" bit could be inferred from my avatar and, by a stretch, my name, but it is valid nonetheless.
    With regard to my posting, I am a curious individual who, in most
    cases, enjoys debates but not arguments. Unless otherwise noted, my
    posts are objective, though often passionate.


    Indeed, I sometimes act contrarian, but I am not doing it to be
    offensive. What may appear as angry, scathing sarcasm, though it may
    be, probably is not.


    “It's not what's supposed to be pleasing—it's what is.”
    Anton LaVey


    "Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is
    man's original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress
    has been made, through disobedience and through rebellion."

    - Oscar Wilde


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    I see a seeker, and an uncoverer (I know that isn't an actual word). I get a sense of yearning.
    So tie me to a post and block my ears
    I can see widows and orphans through my tears
    I know my call despite my faults
    And despite my growing fears

    But I will hold on hope
    And I won't let you choke
    On the noose around your neck

    And I'll find strength in pain
    And I will change my ways
    I'll know my name as it's called again
    ~ Mumford and Sons (The Cave)

    "I have been in Sorrow's kitchen and licked out all the pots." ~ Susan Straight
    enter the sanctum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaos Hawk View Post
    I see a seeker, and an uncoverer (I know that isn't an actual word). I get a sense of yearning.
    The last one, especially.

    And I actually see the same things in you...
    With regard to my posting, I am a curious individual who, in most
    cases, enjoys debates but not arguments. Unless otherwise noted, my
    posts are objective, though often passionate.


    Indeed, I sometimes act contrarian, but I am not doing it to be
    offensive. What may appear as angry, scathing sarcasm, though it may
    be, probably is not.


    “It's not what's supposed to be pleasing—it's what is.”
    Anton LaVey


    "Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is
    man's original virtue. It is through disobedience that progress
    has been made, through disobedience and through rebellion."

    - Oscar Wilde


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