UFOs, Creepy Letters & A Psychic Artist: Watch The Best Unsolved Mysteries Episodes Of All Time by ASHLEY CHERVINSKI

UFOs, psychics, Bigfoot, a young Matthew McConaughey, and crime: the original Unsolved Mysteries had it all. The long-running TV series is returning to Netflix — but with a few differences. While the 12-episode Netflix reboot keeps the original’s creepy, chilling vibe, each episode focuses on one mystery, and there isn’t a host.

The original Unsolved Mysteries hinged on the unusual and the unresolved, as if The X-Files were a newsmagazine. It aired more than 500 episodes in 14 seasons across NBC, CBS, Lifetime, and Spike from 1987 to 2010 with the stern Robert Stack hosting, and later Raymond Burr, Karl Malden, Virginia Madsen, and Dennis Farina. The series mainly focused on criminal cases, people trying to reunite with lost loved ones, unexplained moments in history or conspiracy theories (like Kurt Cobain’s death), and the paranormal. Segments featured reenactments (that’s where McConaughey comes in) as well as victims’ family members and authorities.

While the series detailed very real stories, it was quick to remind viewers during its tenure on NBC that it wasn’t a newscast with a disclaimer. Viewers were, however, invited to submit tips that could potentially solve any of the cases.

If you’re looking for more after Netflix’s reboot — or want to prime yourself on some classics before diving in — here are some of the best episodes from the original Unsolved Mysteries, all of which are streaming on Amazon for free with ads, or for 99 cents an episode. Unsolved Mysteries is also on Hulu.

Rainman (Season 5, Episode 18)

Don Decker is probably one of Unsolved Mysteries’ strangest cases. In 1983, Decker was granted furlough from the county jail to attend the funeral of his grandfather, who had physically abused him, in Stroudsburg, PA. Decker apparently felt the “evil” in his life had left him. That night, he entered a trance-like state as water began inexplicably dripping from the walls. The water wasn’t just coming down, either — it was also rising from the floor and even horizontally. It happened again several times, leading many to believe Decker was possessed.

Edward Bell (Season 5, Episode 12)

The case of Edward Bell marked McConaughey’s acting debut in 1992. McConaughey played Larry Dickens, a youth counselor staying with his mother and sister in Pasadena, TX, in 1978. He was mowing the lawn while his mother saw a pickup truck park in front of their home and Bell exit, naked from the waist down. Dickens’ mother called the police and warned Dickens. He retrieved the keys from the truck and Bell shot him several times. Bell was apprehended after trying to escape but later released on bail and never showed up for his hearing. The case was eventually solved thanks to tips from two viewers.

The Circleville Writer (Season 7, Episode 6)

In 1976, several residents in Circleville, OH began receiving unusual letters featuring personal information. Mary Gillispie, a bus driver, was accused of having an affair. Her husband, Ron, received a letter stating his life would be in danger if he didn’t stop the affair. The writer threatened to go public, but stopped after Ron’s brother-in-law, Paul, sent a letter claiming he knew who the writer was. Ron then received a phone call from the alleged writer, confirming his suspicions. The case spiralled from there, including an unusual car crash, booby traps, an intense trial, and a postcard to the Unsolved Mysteries P.O. box from the writer.

The Bermuda Triangle (Season 3, Episode 2)

The Bermuda Triangle episode dives into an unexplained history rather than a particular case. The area has a history of disappearances but theories didn’t gain popularity until five Navy planes known as Flight 19 vanished in 1945. The episode focuses on the hunt for one of the five missing planes. Several bomber planes have been discovered off the Florida coast over the years, but none of them have matched the ones from Flight 19.

Craig Williamson (Season 6, Episode 23)

Craig Williamson’s case is a prime example of how mysteries can develop after airing. In 1990, Williamson married Christine Reinhard after only knowing her for a month. Several weeks after suffering a concussion in 1993, he went on a trip to Colorado Springs. Reinhard had last heard from him two days after he left, and began investigating his disappearance. This alone is fascinating, but the events after the episode aired are, well, mysterious to say the least.

Roswell (Season 2, Episode 1)

Most of us are probably familiar with the Roswell crash, thanks to The CW: in 1947, after Roswell, NM experienced an intense electrical storm, a rancher went out in his fields to survey the damage, only to discover debris of an unfamiliar object. He tried to burn the debris, bend it, and even smash it, but it wouldn’t budge. The episode features interviews with the rancher’s neighbor, the son of a military responder at the site, and an officer who wrote a press release about it.

Mary Celeste (Season 7, Episode 7)

When it comes to ghost ships, the Mary Celeste takes the cake, er, sea. In 1872, Capt. Benjamin Briggs, his family, and crew members embarked on a voyage from New York to Europe. Thousands of valuable barrels of pure alcohol were stored below the deck, a risky move due to how flammable they were. The ship was found abandoned more than a month later off the coast of Portugal, with no one onboard but money, jewelry — and the cargo — left undisturbed. Conspiracy theories emerged, naturally.

Teresita Basa (Season 2, Episode 26)

The Teresita Basa case features a bit of both worlds: a violent crime and the paranormal. In 1997, Basa’s body was discovered at her home under a burning mattress, a knife in her chest. Months later, a co-worker told a detective she was having dreams and visions where Basa was pleading with her to explain what happened. According to the co-worker’s husband, a voice even possessed her twice, naming the killer. The case was solved before the Unsolved Mysteries episode aired but inspired the 1996 film Voice from the Grave.

The Men In Black (Season 9, Episode 21)

No, we aren’t talking about Will Smith here (though this episode did air the same year as the first Men in Black movie). Ray Muniz and Collette Peters claim they had encounters with men in, well, black, who appeared after UFO sightings. Are they part of a secret government agency or aliens in disguise? It’s a mystery!

Coral Polge (Season 3, Episode 11)

Coral Polge, a “psychic artist,” can draw dead people without seeing them — before their deaths. The episode explores how Polge discovered her talent and helped grieving families The drawings and photos of the deceased need to be seen to be believed: Polge’s depictions are accurate and uncanny.

Coming to Netflix in July by Kelly O-Sullivan

Unsolved Mysteries

This true crime documentary looks like gripping binge worthy material.

The 12 part series looks into the unsolved crimes about paranormal encounters.

The series is being created by the producers of Stranger Things and say that the cases investigated in the show will be “rooted in the experiences of ordinary people who have lived the unthinkable — from the trauma of a loved one’s unexplained disappearance or horrific death, to the shock of a bizarre paranormal encounter.”

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How to Feng Shui with Houseplants, Based on Your Astrological Sign by NICOLETTA RICHARDSON


Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art that’s all about finding a balance and harmony in your surrounding environment. It’s no simple act, but the very basics include decluttering, softening features, bringing air into the space, and—one of my personal favorites—introducing more plants.

When creating good feng shui, there are five elements that are crucial to incorporate: fire, water, earth, metal, and wood. According to feng shui expert Clara Leung, who runs her own business Clara’s Green House and has sold over 3,000 plants on Facebook Marketplace, plants are an excellent representation of the wood element.

“Wood is very likely to have something to do with the color green, and together, they convey the essence of this wonderful thing called ‘life’ itself,” Leung tells Apartment Therapy. “While I strongly believe that live houseplants work in endlessly amazing ways that we cannot see with our naked eyes, they also serve as excellent visual reminders of our daily pursuit of the maximization of positivity and happiness in each of our own lives.”

Leung sees big connections between feng shui and astrology, and says viewing it through this lens can help you understand when the practice is needed most. For example, if Leung is an Aquarius and her roommate is a Taurus—two signs that are known to be incompatible—she says that “adding feng shui houseplants and elements can reduce tension and increase positive energy in the house.” That isn’t to say you always need a conflict of interest—many of Leung’s clients are simply strong believers of astrology and want to incorporate it more into their home—but understanding your compatibility as signs with those you share space with helps determine the need for feng shui.

In order to help you practice feng shui with plants in your own home, Leung went through each astrological sign and recommended the best houseplant to create this desired harmony and balance.


Aries (March 21 — April 19): Aloe Vera

With a courageous spirit that is often spontaneous, Aries should feng shui with an aloe vera houseplant. Leung described this plant as embodying brave and strong characteristics, both of which complement Aries’ determined nature.


Taurus (April 20 — May 20): Money Tree

A Taurus is known for being practical and stable with their hardworking ethos and clever way of thinking. Leung matched Taurean’s energy with the money tree, officially known as the Pachira aquatic tree, that contributes loyalty and financial prosperity.


Gemini (May 21 — June 20): Monstera Deliciosa (Split Leaf)

Geminis are known for their optimism and ability to adapt to new environments, which is due to their love for socializing. The split leaf represents positivity and happiness, according to Leung—in other words, a Gemini’s actual twin.


Cancer (June 21 — July 22): Jade

Cancers are in touch with their emotions and are extremely honest—but get on their bad side, and they will hold a grudge. As a succulent, jade plants love to soak up water, and they will visually let you know when it’s time for feeding (there’s that honesty). Leung also describes them as careful and protective.


Leo (July 23 — August 22): Ponytail Palm

Leos are full of joy and love to show enthusiasm whenever they get the chance. The ponytail palm projects similar good energy, with a spring in its leaves that projects happiness. Leung also emphasizes the ponytail palm’s characteristic of being imaginative, a trait that Leos love to express to others.


Virgo (August 23 — September 22): Rubber Tree

As an earth sign, Virgos are known for being reliable, responsible, and—quite frankly—perfectionists. A rubber plant is the ideal houseplant for feng shui in a Virgos home, according to Leung, which has good energy that supports “finance” and “responsibility.”


Libra (September 23 — October 22): Monstera Adansonii

Libras can be described as fair-minded, cooperative, easy-going, and gracious, with an overarching air of romanticism. The Monstera Adansonii—also known as the five holes plant for obvious reasons—complements this sign with its happy and pleasurable vibes.


Scorpio (October 23 — November 21): Dracaena

With a mysterious air about them, Scorpios are known to be extremely observant and have an intense emotional depth to them. Leung mentioned that a dracaena is a compatible match for feng shui because of its protective yet happy traits.


Sagittarius (November 22 — December 21): Alocasia

Sagittarians enjoy their independency and practice it through their global mindset. Often taking an idealistic point of view, a Sagittarius can turn to an alocasia to feng shui their home, which has protective and careful characteristics to help a Sag stay grounded.


Capricorn (December 22 — January 19): Bonsai

This sign is all about hard work. A Capricorn’s ambition and determination to achieve goals is so intense that it can be perceived by others as stubborn. According to Leung, a bonsai projects seriousness energy and financial prosperity that supports this lifestyle.


Aquarius (January 20 — February 18): Marble Queen Pothos

Aquarians are humanitarians who think outside the box, with an easy going personality that brews up inventive ideas. The Marble Queen Pothos, flowing freely from its planter in every which way, brings good energy and happiness to a space.


Pisces (February 19 — March 20): Benjamina Ficus Tree

As a water sign, Pisces are emotional dreamers with their heads often in the clouds. They channel their energy in various forms of artistic forms, and the Bejamina ficus tree fosters this creativity with art-minded, motivational characteristics.

Article Source – ApartmentTherapy.com

What Is A Karmic Relationship? 15 Common Signs & How To Escape By Sarah Regan

Ever wondered if your relationship was meant to be? It may have been—but that doesn’t necessarily mean the two of you are soulmates. It could be a karmic relationship. Here’s a look into what a karmic relationship is, plus the common signs you might be in one.

What is a karmic relationship?

A karmic relationship is a relationship meant to facilitate the lessons we need to learn in this lifetime surrounding love and partnership. A karmic relationship might be thought of as a type of soulmate relationship, as it is a connection of two souls, though it’s different from twin flames or soulmates that are healing in nature. More likely than not, we’ll each have one of these karmic relationships in our lifetime. It’s the love that pushes your buttons—and pushes you to grow. But these relationships aren’t exactly smooth sailing.

From a spiritual POV, the idea behind karmic relationships is that the two of you made an agreement before your souls entered this lifetime, to help each other on your respective paths. “Very often,” explains relationship counselor Margaret Paul, Ph.D., “there are numerous unresolved issues from past lives. When people open to learning rather than try to control each other, then much healing can occur.”

In this way, karmic relationships are like guides or teachers. And usually, they’re temporary. “They’re meant to help you grow at soul level in often difficult push-pull ways,” says Shannon Kaiser, author of The Self-Love Experiment. “But usually they are not intended to last a long time. This is because you are coming together in this life to clear karma between each other. It’s often a balancing out of a bad experience from a past life.”

Signs you’re in a karmic relationship:

1. There’s an instant connection.

The most obvious sign is you feel that you’ve known the person before, Paul says. “Sometimes you get a very good feeling about this, but sometimes there is some fear attached, depending on what the karma is.”

2. There’s a lot of drama.

These relationships are tumultuous. “If drama is the foundation for your love affair, chances are you’re in a karmic relationship,” says Kaiser.

3. Things feel off early on.

Did you notice a lot of red flags, even in the early stages of the relationship? Sometimes those triggers are part of the very lesson the relationship is meant to teach you.

4. They make you feel frustrated.

“If you feel frustrated and misunderstood, you are most likely in a karmic relationship,” Kaiser adds. This is because karmic relationships aren’t about a perfect union; they’re about growth.

5. They’re unpleasant to be around.

For whatever reason, and it may be a feeling you can’t quite place, you find their presence to be heavy and begrudging. Yet despite the unpleasantry, you don’t want to let go.

6. They’re addicting.

Karmic relationships quickly become all-consuming, even despite the aforementioned issues like inexplicable tension or frustration.

7. There’s a lot of miscommunication.

“Usually there is a lot of push and pull and miscommunication,” Kaiser notes. These miscommunications can help show us what we value and expect in a relationship or where healing needs to take place.

8. There are a lot of highs and lows.

Things are never quite consistent, and while you may have good, even wonderful days, where everything seems perfect, there’s a part of you that knows it’s only a matter of time before things go south.

9. They’re repetitive.

Those highs and lows tend to repeat themselves, over and over. Similarly, you may run into the same issues that carried over from a past relationship, indicating the lesson that needs learning.

10. They become codependent.

Karmic relationships have a tendency of becoming a codependent relationship quickly. You may feel there’s no other option but to give them all of your time and energy.

11. They shine a light on your fears.

This person will bring all your fears to the surface: about love, your future, and your relationship together in general. Any past traumas will be brought to light—there’s no running from it.

12. They bring out the worst in you.

The extreme nature of the karmic relationship roller coaster can bring the worst out of the most level-headed of people. You may turn into someone you don’t recognize, or even like, around this person.

13. They make you exhausted.

All the ups and downs, miscommunications, codependence becomes energetically, mentally, and emotionally exhausting, especially when they’re around.

14. You feel like you can’t let go.

You may make excuses for your partner despite all of these things because your connection is so strong and you feel like you’re meant to be.

15. They don’t last.

Eventually, when the time is right and the work and healing have been done, you will both move on.

When karmic relationships turn toxic.

Even two well-meaning people in love can wind up having a toxic relationship, especially with a karmic connection. According to Kaiser, it becomes toxic “when you don’t trust yourself or learn the lessons presented to you,” and that “if your soul is suffocating, it’s time to take stock and give yourself permission to leave.” As Paul adds, “unless people know how to learn from unresolved issues in the past, they can create huge problems in the relationship.”

If you’ve ever found yourself in a relationship with a narcissist, you may understand this all too well. “If you are ignoring red flags or negotiating with your own feelings of angst, this could be an opportunity to practice self-love and believe in yourself,” Kaiser says. “The best thing to do if you think you are in a karmic relationship and it has turned toxic is realize you deserve to be happy and focus on your relationship with self.”

As such, self-love is very important. And Kaiser also recommends seeing a medium, psychic, energetic healer, or past-life specialist to learn more about the karma you’re working to balance and clear.

What about soulmates and twin flames?

Perhaps now you have a better sense of whether you’re dealing with a karmic relationship versus a soulmate or twin flame. But if you’re still wondering, Kaiser notes that karmic relationships are about growth, where soulmates and twin flames are about healing.

“A soulmate is a person and people who are aligned to your soul and can change or influence your soul in so many profound ways,” she says. “They can be friends, family members, even pets. Twin flames, known as twin souls, are literally the other half of your soul, and it always has a divine union with a divine purpose.”

But no matter what you call it, it does help to understand patterns in any relationship—especially toxic ones. Knowing if you’re in a karmic relationship can help you move forward and work through whatever lesson is presenting itself through that person—so when you do move forward, you’ll be ready for a love that lasts.

Article Source – MindBodyGreen.com

Sarah Reganmindbodygreen Editorial Assistant Sarah Regan is a writer, registered yoga instructor, and Editorial Assistant at mindbodygreen. She received her bachelor’s in broadcasting and mass communication from SUNY Oswego, and…

Your Esoteric Astrology Outline by Coretta Cannon

I stumbled upon this page online and found it tremendously interesting. In many ways I’ve rather automatically performed Esoteric Astrology chart interpretations for most of the time I’ve been working with astrology.

For me, what really matters is where you’ve been and where you’re headed. Once you know this you rather automatically begin to understand why your life works as it does. Plus, it allows us to review all of the other planets to see how they support or challenge your mission.

Anyway, I LOVE this. So thought I’d share. Calleen

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Traditional astrology focuses on how the outer reality affects the personality/ego whereas esoteric astrology focuses on how the higher self/soul affects the outer reality.

Esoteric astrology is similar to traditional astrology in that it utilizes the zodiac signs, houses, and planets however the difference lies in the interpretations.

Esoteric astrology focuses on the soul’s development which is revealed through a higher understanding of the sun, moon, and rising sign.

Aries

Exoteric Ruler- Mars
Esoteric Ruler- Mercury
Element- Fire
Quality- Cardinal

Personality:
Uses its will to investigate the outer world (material world)

Soul:
Uses its will to find inner self or explore the inner world through thought

Taurus

Exoteric Ruler- Venus
Esoteric- Vulcan
Element- Earth
Quality- Fixed

Personality:
Seeks outer peace (false peace) through materialistic objects in surroundings

Soul:
Seeks inner peace through connection with the soul or inner self

Gemini

Exoteric ruler- Mercury
Esoteric ruler- Venus
Element- Air
Quality- Mutable

Personality:
Seeks to communicate with the outer world

Soul:
Seeks inner communication between soul and outer self

Cancer

Exoteric ruler- Moon
Esoteric ruler- Neptune
Element-Water
Quality- Cardinal

Personality:
Seeks to external security by isolating oneself from the rest of the world

Soul:
Transforms desire for outer security into a search for inner peace

Leo

Exoteric ruler- Sun
Esoteric ruler- Sun
Element- Fire
Quality- Fixed

Personality:
Seeks only physical independence

Soul:
Seeks independence from thoughts, values, and opinions from parents or public opinion

Virgo

Exoteric ruler- Mercury
Esoteric ruler- Moon
Element- Earth
Quality- Mutable

Personality:
Gives service based on a sense of duty (duty based on obedience or guilt)

Soul:
Seeks to give service based on love, not on feelings of obligation or guilt

Libra

Exoteric ruler- Venus
Esoteric ruler- Uranus
Element- Air
Quality- Cardinal

Personality:
Seeks to find balance and harmony by pleasing others

Soul:
Seeks to find balance and harmony by listening to inner voice or higher self

Scorpio

Exoteric ruler- Pluto
Esoteric ruler- Mars
Element- Water
Quality- Fixed

Personality:
Ruled by their feelings

Soul:
Rules its feeling instead of being ruled by them and seeks to perceive the true significance of feelings, to understand them, and learn to use them properly

Sagittarius

Exoteric ruler- Jupiter
Esoteric ruler- Earth
Element- Fire
Quality- Mutable

Personality:
Desire to satisfy personal ambition or goals

Soul:
Seeks to satisfy higher goals based on intuition, idealism, and higher vision

Capricorn

Exoteric ruler- Saturn
Esoteric ruler- Saturn
Element- Earth
Quality- Cardinal

Personality:
Seeks ambition through the outer world

Soul:
Uses ambition for the betterment of humanity

Aquarius

Exoteric ruler- Uranus
Esoteric Ruler- Jupiter
Element- Air
Quality- Fixed

Personality:
Seeks service to little self (ego) or a specific group it identifies with

Soul:
Seeks to free themselves from attachment to a restricted organization and its interest and instead identify themselves with all mankind and the universal needs of humanity

Pisces

Exoteric ruler- Neptune
Esoteric ruler- Pluto
Element- Water
Quality- Mutable

Personality:
Suppresses sensitivity to avoid their problems and the other people’s needs

Soul:
Uses sensitivity to perceive the inner needs of others

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6 Ways to Connect to a Lost Loved One by Megan Bailey

You can reconnect with your loved ones that have passed on.

Do you long to connect with a loved one that has passed on? It’s a common desire for many who have lost someone close to them, whether it be a parents, spouse, friend or other close family member. Losing someone you love is never easy and seeking out ways to reconnect with them can help.

People have been speaking with the deceased for thousands of years using a variety of different methods. You don’t have to go see professionals to communicate with spirits, and instead you might already have some trying to connect with you. Once you have a basic understanding of the tools, knowledge and information available to you then it will become clear that you can reunite with your loved ones. Here are some great methods and techniques to get you started.

Pay Attention to Signs

One tragic occurrence is when a loved one is trying to communicate with the living, but they are left unheard because the living didn’t notice the signs. In order to identify a sign from a loved one, you should begin to learn the types of signs they will use.

Some of the most common signs involve the senses. Feeling their presence around you, feeling their touch, smelling their fragrance, and hearing their whispers are a few well-documented ways. In addition, they might use technology to get your attention. Weird electrical activity and strange phone calls might be signs. Some spirits also like to leave small gifts, such as feathers, coins or stones, to communicate.

There is a vast array of types of signs your loved ones might use to get in touch with you. It might take some work to figure out which method your loved one will use to communicate with you. Spirits will usually try to use the methods that are most readily available to those they are trying to communicate with, but be open to all options.

Hold an Object of Theirs

Many psychics and mediums recommend holding a personal item that belonged to your loved one that has passed, because it’s believed that objects can absorb and retain energy. The energy that is left behind will give you a stronger line of communication.

In conjunction with some of these other steps, holding an object of your departed loved one is a way of enhancing your connection to them. Try holding their objects and praying to them or lighting a candle. The spirit will then have a more direct line of reaching you.

Focus on Your Dreams

Dreams are the most common way to be visited by those who have passed on. In most visitation dreams, a deceased loved one often enters the dream and is surrounded by some sort of light. In the dream, they typically will offer you some sort of message or give you comfort to let you know that they are OK.

Many people don’t remember their dreams, quickly dismiss them, or forget them in the minutes upon waking. In order to make sure those issues don’t ruin your chances of speaking with spirits, begin doing dream work. This means keeping a journal next to your bed and writing down your dreams each morning, so you won’t forget important themes or images. Study what your dreams are telling you, and begin to analyze common themes. With time and practice, you will have a better hold of your dream state which will allow your deceased loved ones to come in and visit you. Don’t get discouraged if this takes time.

See a Medium

Sometimes it’s necessary to enlist outside help if you aren’t able to connect with one of your loved ones. Mediums are well versed in connecting with spirits of the dead. They will be able to work with you one on one to create a “bridge” from the living world to the spirit world. Mediums have a special ability where they can sense the spirits of the dead much easier than the normal person.

Be wary about the medium you choose to go to. Even those who are not skeptical about the practice of speaking to the dead will usually be willing to acknowledge that not every medium is legitimate. As with anything else, there are scam artists out there. Research a medium before scheduling an appointment with him or her and try to verify that he or she is the real deal. When you meet for your appointment, take note of whether or not the medium is leading you on with questions and having you provide the answers they claim to be offering.

Pay Close Attention to Special Days

Knowing when to expect a visit really helps to narrow down the time you spend looking for signs. There are a few common visitation times, but they are much more likely to happen when you’re alone, sleeping and dreaming, during a difficult time in your life, or during family events. These include dates that are special to you and your loved one, such as anniversaries, birthdays, and other major life events. Pay close attention for signs on these days.

Ask Them to Visit

Spirits can become specific and deliver notes, radio songs, messages to you, words and much more to make sure you know it is who you think it is when communicating with you. All you have to do is ask! Once you’ve learned the type of signs your loved one can send, you can ask them for something more specific.

Many spirits will not contact the living unless they are told specifically that they can do so. It could be scary, traumatizing, or upsetting for many to be contacted if they are not ready for it. Spirits want to be invited back in to someone’s life and will wait for permission. In addition, some spirits may feel they have been forgotten and like they are not wanted back into the person’s life. Asking clearly that you want a sign from a loved one, and stating that you miss them deeply and desire a connection with them will help bridge this gap.

When you learn how spirits communicate and what signs they use, it becomes easier to be able to contact those who have passed on. Do a little bit of work and keep an open mind, before you know it you will have a sign from a loved one from the other side.

Article Source – Belief.net

Travel Channel Paranormal Programming Highlights: July 6th Thru July 19th by Josh Millican

UPCOMING PREMIERES

NEW SERIES

BELIEVERS

Paranormal tales are often dismissed as fiction, but for many who’ve faced the unknown, these tales are all too real to relive. Now, through actor portrayals, archival documentation and dramatic re-creations, the terrifyingly true events that transformed these unsuspecting eyewitnesses into believers are pieced together. [Hour-long episodes]

SERIES PREMIERE: “The Slip Knot” – Premieres Saturday, July 11 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

A Hollywood photographer is choked by the spirit of an angry sailor, an apparition lures a security guard to the scene of a deadly fire and a police detective discovers a missing woman, seen by a passerby, is actually dead.

“Nervous Wreck” – Premieres Saturday, July 18 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

A wrecking yard owner is shocked to see a ghost on a security camera, a retired schoolteacher’s wife is attacked by a vengeful spirit and a mother and son search for a paranormal voice captured on a chilling audio file.

HOTEL PARANORMAL

Your hotel room may be more crowded than you think! Travel Channel’s new series, “Hotel Paranormal,” follows the terrifying true stories of those who have come face-to-face with otherworldly hotel guests. Acclaimed writer, actor, musician and filmmaker Dan Aykroyd, who is no stranger to the unexplained, narrates each episode featuring spine-tingling stories of paranormal encounters from stays at grand hotels, highway motels and inns around the world. From objects flying across rooms to ancient spirits trapped in lobbies to demonic guests, every episode brings to life terrifying encounters with dramatic re-creations and paranormal expert insights. [Hour-long episodes]

No stranger to the unexplained, Dan Aykroyd narrates Travel Channel’s new series “Hotel Paranormal”

SERIES PREMIERE: “Paranormal Predator” – Premieres Saturday, July 11 at 10 p.m. ET/PT

A travelling salesman checks into a motel where he documents poltergeist activity with his cell phone. Fleeing into the night, he becomes possessed by the spirit of a murderer and in need of an exorcism. While on a school trip to the Vatican, a teenager and his friends accidentally set free an ancient evil and suffer the consequences. Then, a journalist is hunting down a story in Connecticut, when she checks into a historic New England inn and fights off a supernatural attack. These guests have all become prey to a paranormal predator.

“A Dark History” – Premieres Saturday, July 18 at 10 p.m. ET/PT

Supernatural events compel a hotel owner to dig up buried secrets, a chef is terrorized by a ghostly lady in red and a young boy is menaced by a dark apparition at a luxury hotel.

NEW SEASON

PARANORMAL CAUGHT ON CAMERA

Some of the most amazing, eye-opening and downright scary paranormal videos from around the world are featured as a panel of experts breaks down the footage and analyzes what exactly the eyewitnesses captured. Insights from some of the most knowledgeable specialists in the field and firsthand accounts from the people lucky enough – or perhaps unlucky enough – to witness these strange phenomena for themselves just might make a believer of even the biggest skeptics out there. [Hour-long episodes]

SEASON PREMIERE: “Flying Cryptid Over Chicago and More” – Premieres Sunday, July 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

A man stands in awe as he watches mysterious creatures fly over Chicago. A group of teens pay the price when they travel down a notoriously haunted road in New Jersey. Ghost hunters explore an abandoned church infected with a powerful demonic presence.

“Hawaiian UFOs and More” – Premieres Sunday, July 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

A man in Hawaii witnesses UFOs after he trespasses on government property. Paranormal investigators contact the spirit of a young boy in a haunted cave. Religious occurrences around the world may be proof of miracles.

NEW EPISODES

BURIED WORLDS WITH DON WILDMAN

In “Buried Worlds with Don Wildman,” the iconic Travel Channel host takes his thirst for adventure into terrifying new territory to explore mankind’s darkest mysteries. On a mission of a more cryptic sort, heading to remote regions of Peru, Haiti, Bulgaria and beyond – Wildman joins in taboo rituals, comes face-to-face with paranormal entities and witnesses deadly practices, seeking out the darkest legends in the world and experiencing them for himself. [Hour-long episodes]

“Temples of Doom” – Premieres Monday, July 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Don Wildman investigates an ancient cult by undergoing its most terrifying ritual in Peru. He finds evidence of a supernatural war in remote caves and uncovers clues about bloody human sacrifices, revealing the truth behind a dangerous and secretive religion.

“Devil Swamp” – Premieres Monday, July 13 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Don Wildman investigates reports of bizarre cult activity in the Louisiana bayou. He joins in an exorcism to ward off evil, seeks out ghostly orbs said to guard long-lost treasures and hunts for a demonic beast in the murky wetlands near New Orleans.

GHOST ADVENTURES: SCREAMING ROOM

Paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley and Billy Tolley are opening up to viewers as they’ve never done before in Travel Channel’s new series, “Ghost Adventures: Screaming Room.” The guys are kicking back in their screening room to watch their favorite episodes of the hit series and get candid with fans – and each other – about their craziest experiences over the past decade. Away from the haunted locations we usually see them in, with no equipment or investigations, the crew will relive some of the most terrifying, shocking and even comedic moments from their career, as they re-watch their most memorable investigations with never-before-heard stories from the moments that created a legacy. Get ready for laughs, screams and surprises alongside the crew in the ultimate tell-all event. [Hour-long episodes]

“Ship of the Damned” – Premieres Thursday, July 9 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

It’s anchors away for Zak Bagans and the “Ghost Adventures” crew as they look back on their iconic investigation of a haunted ship where the spirits of stowaways still linger. Also, Bagans engages in some pirate cosplay.

“Gunslinger Ghosts” – Premieres Thursday, July 16 at 9 p.m. ET/PT

Cowboy hats and good cheer abound as Zak Bagans and the guys revisit their iconic return to Tombstone, Arizona. Click your spurs and grab your popcorn because this ghost hunt at the O.K. Corral is one for the history books.

UPCOMING PROGRAMMING MARATHONS

*All times are ET/PT

Tuesday, July 7

“Scariest Night of My Life” – 8am-3pm

“Ghost Adventures” – 3pm-4am

Wednesday, July 8

“Haunted Hospitals” – 8am-5pm

“Paranormal Caught on Camera” – 5pm-8pm

Thursday, July 9

“Kindred Spirits” – 8am-12pm

“Ghost Adventures” – 12pm-10pm

Friday, July 10

“Paranormal Emergency” – 8am-5pm

“The Dead Files” – 5pm-4am

Saturday, July 11

“Buried Worlds with Don Wildman” – 7am-12pm

“My Haunted House” – 4pm-9pm

Sunday, July 12

“UFOs: The Lost Evidence” – 7am-12pm

“Loch Ness Monster: New Evidence” – 12pm-2pm

“Paranormal Caught on Camera” – 2pm-4am

Monday, July 13

“Paranormal Survivor” – 8am-5pm

Tuesday, July 14

“Haunted Case Files” – 8am-5pm

“Ghost Adventures” – 3pm-4am

Wednesday, July 15

“Paranormal Caught on Camera” – 5pm-8pm

Thursday, July 16

“Famously Afraid” – 8am-12pm

“Ghost Adventures” – 12pm-10pm

Friday, July 17

“Haunted Hospitals” – 8am-3pm

“The Dead Files” – 3pm-4am

Saturday, July 18

“My Horror Story” – 7am-11am

“The Alaska Triangle” – 11am-4pm

“Paranormal Emergency” – 4pm-9pm

Sunday, July 19

“Paranormal Caught on Camera” – 12pm-4am

Article Source – DeadCentral.com

10 Important Pressure Points to Help Heal Your Body and Mind

Acupressure is part of traditional Chinese medicine. The theory is these selected points work by stimulating the meridian system and bring pain relief by balancing yin, yang and chi. These acupressure points have been said to have healing effects on the mind and body. Remember these 10 points next time you have a pain to treat.

If you want to learn more about the amazing benefits of Acupressure, take a look at this handbook:

“Acupressure Made Simple”

Or try this amazing Acupressure Mat for pressure point relief from back and neck pain!

The Ultimate Feng Shui Guide For Your Home | by Lori Wilson

This is a great booklet about Feng Shui…. loads of tips. I’ve posted a portion of it below, but you can click the link below to get entire booklet, free. Calleen

Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese philosophy that focuses on finding balance and harmony within the home. It is a system of natural laws which, in relation to energy flow governs the arrangement of furniture and decor in your home.

Introduced in western society in the 1970s, feng shui has quickly made its way across the globe. Although now significantly adapted, is now a widely utilized philosophy in modern day home design and decorating.

You don’t need to be a feng shui professional in order to implement some of the core principles and practices of feng shui in your home. From the very basics to some more advanced practices, we will provide you all the tips and tricks you need to start on your feng shui journey.ContentsExpand


The Bagua Map Explained

bagua map feng shui

The bagua map we have created above uses the format that has been utilized over many centuries but is now adapted to modern living. Each of the 9 squares (Guas) on the map represents a life area of importance and where its place is within your home. This map can be used as a guide for your home as a whole and/or separately in different rooms within your home.

There are two ways to apply this map in your home:

  • Traditional Method – Using a compass, stand in the center of your house or room and correlate your findings to the information you see around the edge of our map. 
  • Western Method – The traditional method has had to be adapted due to factors such as apartment living and more changes that come with living in the modern world. If you prefer to use the Western Method then you can simply use the map according to where your main entrance is. For example, the wealth corner is shown as the back left corner of any room, building, or home when standing at the entryway facing in.

Now lets go over the impact and importance of each of these guas to give you a bit more information as to how you can implement feng shui in your home


Travel (N/W)

Travel feng shui

On the bagua map, the Travel & Helpful People gua represents how your actions impact your life situations. It also highlights places you may wish to travel, and how to attract good people that will guide you to be able to travel & succeed. 

How to activate this gua:

  • Display objects or gifts given to you/that remind you of the helpful people in your life
  • Be inspired by hanging posters or displaying pictures of places you wish to visit or have done so already
  • Affirmations or motivational quotes about your goals or desires
  • Use colors such as grey, black & white

Career (N)

feng shui

The Career & Life Journey gua on the feng shui bagua map represents business ventures, finances and career changes as well as hobbies and skills. 

How to activate this gua:

  • Display items that support or are related to your career goals
  • Make prominent signs of previous business achievements such as awards
  • Water Elements such as fountains and artworks of water as well as mirrors
  • Use dark colors such as Black

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