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Comment by Cris: Dee, white sage was the wrong type to use!!! Burning sage creates negative ions which weaken a spirit. Those ions are difficult for a spirit's energy to move through like swimming through molasses. The burning of sage for cleansing purposes (smudging) may offer some protection for an experienced person using the appropriate type of sage (desert / blue sage, aka grandmother sage). The average person burning sage for the purpose of cleansing an area of negative energy often will employ the incorrect type of sage. A large portion of people who are aware of the concept of smudging are usually unaware that there are different types of sage, and each type has a different usage. Yet even those who are aware of which type of sage should be used for cleansing a space of negativity often carry the accompanying belief that by extension the cleansing sage will also drive out negative entities. Typically their inexperience will merely agitate the spirit. Unless other tools are utilized in conjunction with the appropriate sage, the only thing that will be accomplished is making the environment uncomfortable for any spirits present for approximately 24 hours. Hence, the energy which they attempted to banish still remains but is now in a more agitated and angry state. The inexperienced sage-burner will have achieved nothing outside of angering the spirit while simultaneously announcing to it that they want it gone (a statement that many of them don't take too kindly to) but the most detrimental of all is demonstrating to the spirit that they fear it. If you are not familiar with banishing prayers personal protection how to possess the proper energy and how to enter into the appropriate state of mind, then do not burn sage as a diy method to banish negative entities from an environment! Doing so will only make matters worse. However, feel free to burn as much as you like for olfactory purposes given that there are no entities present that the sage would a agitate.

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My family and I were driving to Pima Air and Space Museum on the highway. Once we got out of populated Tucson and towards our destination the left side of the highway had some buildings. The right side was flat with some bushes.
Now this was at about 9:30 in the morning. I looked out my window and saw a tall black figure with some white on top. The white was more of like a chunky shape. This was not a human. It was about 9 feet tall from my view.
The figure was walking into the desert and if it was human it was walking to nothing. No vehicles or trash cans if they were white boxes. I couldn't see a face or any hands or arms. No hair either. I am not saying this is a slender man report but could be.
Submitted by Cookie


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