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Halloween Contest – Ends Tomorrow Night!

2009 Halloween Contest

I’ve decided to do something fun …

The veil between the worlds is thinnest at Halloween. It’s a great idea to take advantage of this by casting powerful spells and blessings, reading for the future and communicating with spirits who have passed on. One Halloween, I performed a blessing for a loved one and put the energy into an apple which I then buried in my yard. The spell was to bring peace and blessings to my loved one. I saw him that night, and this was well before I began using my “psychic muscles”. It was very cool!

I would love to hear ways that you have bridged the veil or plan to celebrate this Halloween. The idea I like the best will receive a free full length email numerology report! But, your idea must be posted here as a comment to this blog post. Be sure to check back on All Saints Day (November 1st – Sunday) because I’ll post the winner here, too!

Comment Rules: Don’t bite – be polite. Please do not put your URL in the comment text and be sure to use your personal name or initials and not your business name, as the latter may get caught in my spam filter. Comments that are not appropriate will be deleted. Spammers will be banned. Have fun and thanks for adding your voice!


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  1. Rev. Sheri
    Rev. Sheri says:

    The Winner is … EVERYONE! Since there were only four people who responded, all four of you will receive the free email Numerology Report. I have your email addresses and will send you an email shortly asking for the few details I need to complete your reports. I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween!

    As for my Halloween plans, I actually dressed up as a witch and handed out candy to all the kids who came to my house. This may be my last year living in town, so I wanted to live it up a little. 😉 My mom, dad, sister and niece all came over too. My little boy went trick or treating with them. Ever since my son was born, Halloween has become a family affair. My little niece actually turned 4 yesterday … Halloween baby! She’s very special to me. I didn’t do anything special for bridge the veil, but I did feel the presence of my loved ones for most of the evening.

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  2. Rev. Sheri
    Rev. Sheri says:

    I love these ideas! I would enjoy my angel board, but mine doesn’t work for me. I usually have to keep my hands off the board for it to do anything … such a bummer.

    The Halloween party reminds me of something my aunt and uncle used to do when I was a kid. Those memories are one of the reasons I love Halloween!

    Griffen, of course that counts! You are a wonderful father to do that for your kids, and I’m sure it’s something they will remember many years from now. Kudos to you! I hope you stay dry tomorrow night! 😉

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  3. jennifer
    jennifer says:

    We have a big party every Halloween with family, friends, neighbors. It’s a big deal. Everyone loves it, we have a haunted forest, trick or treating, ghost stories, everyone dresses up and gets really into it. We have a costume contest too. It’s our family/friend/neighbor tradition, and everyone looks forward to it every year.

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  4. Becca
    Becca says:

    I like to get out my angel board on Halloween. A few of my friends get together and create a sacred space to work. We cleanse with sage and ask the angels for protection and guidance. It’s really a lot of fun. I have a few friends that aren’t really “open” to this sort of thing, but they don’t mind using the angel board. I guess they’ve convinced themselves it’s just a game, but I know better!!! Happy Halloween Reverend Sheri!

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