Healing


Medicine Wheel, a Native American sacred site ...

Medicine Wheel, a Native American sacred site and National Historic Landmark in Wyoming (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

medicine wheel

medicine wheel (Photo credit: demented-pixie)

I had a man the other day come by and wanted to be healed because  his legs had water retention in skin lesions on his legs for years I placed him inside a the medicine wheel and active the stones to draw out the illness into the stone’s.  And I cleansed his aura. He thanked me and wanted to keep feeling good after he left. I told him to pray FOR HIMSELF FOR PROTECTION.

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About twinbeam

I SEE AURAS AND I WRITE THE TRUTH WHAT I SEE
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