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One thing was quickly obvious. It wasn't my imagination. There were already hundred of pimple-like blisters spreading all the way up my left leg, clear up to my rib cage. (All within 60-seconds) And they hurt. I knew right then that I was being told to leave now! So I did. Not because I was frightened, but because I was really being hurt by this thing. When I got home, about an hour later, it looked exactly like I had smallpox.
But , despite the severity
of the blisters, within 2 days, there wasn't a single one that remained. Haven't been back since. Not because it's scary, but because whatever it was
made me angry.|
Submitted by anonymous
Comment by Lucerne Valley girl: Dear anonymous that part of LV was tribal territory of Indian tribes. Like all of the high desert. But near that part in particular the tribe buried enemies to their head in mounds of ants. I am assuming the spirit felt you were intruding on his / her territory.
My concern as a spiritual priestess is that the blisters you carried home with you are a gateway if you will for spiritual transportation. If you find later you are being ''haunted'' this may be the source.
Carry jade or a crystal with you for protection and burn sage in your home if it has followed you. Whenever you go to places like this always carry a crystal. You can find small ones on necklace type ropes.
There is an Indian woman who lives out there in Lucerne Valley. She would be your best bet if you need further guidance for future ventures. She used to own a bunch of wolves.
Comment by Susan: Lucerne Valley girl please contact me. I'd like to know more about the LV tribal history and the Indian woman who used to own wolves. Smadsion42 @yahoo .com.
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