Puyallup, WA, United States
There are a lot of things I like. My work has brought me to meet many people and learn their stories. I have heavy interest into the paranormal. Haunting are one of my main focus. Generally, I can tell you who is there and why are they there and not crossed over. Generally, they are house spirits who stay there to protect the building. I feel that my time in the Pacific Northwest has lead me to see more house spirits more than anything. I want to do more investigations in the future but as it stands for right now I am capable to remote in and get a gander of what is there. I find it really funny when you watch those top 5 paranormal videos and they say oh look a ghost and really its never a ghost. It’s a fae or a nymph, but instantly it falls into the category of other when cryptozoology is concerned. I study many forms of pagan mythology. My roots are with Greek Mythology. Being in the island of Sicily, which is right next door into Greece. I have found a home with Greek folklore. Generally, in Greek texts they talk about wood nymphs and forest creatures a like. I have a few pictures of my own that I found in the after fact that I had subconsciously captured a nymph in a photograph.
Skills and Techniques
Back in the 90’s I had studied at an elite art school in Detroit named Center for Creative Studies. Yes, I was a poor art student. I was at the frontier of Photoshop and Illustrator. Over the years I had followed in a more technical support field but I never gave up on digital editing photography. Now in a perfect world I would have an apple computer and all the fancy photoshop licenses, however the work I do I have found that Gimp has been a wonderful alternative.
However when it comes to my readings. If I am doing a channeled drawing then it would be blue ball point pen and lined notebook paper. It’s my preferred method of drawing.
I have a personal collection of tarot cards. This small library of over 30 different versions of tarot cards. What generally happens in these type of readings is that