THE BAD … From My Series, SPIRIT MESA: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY (PHOTOS)

.This pic was taken from the front door of our little home at what is called a vortex spot and at which we experienced many unexplained events.

I took this pic to get the morning sun as it topped the mesa and shone light across the tops of the junipers.

I was surprised to see the black blobbies in front of the juniper to the right of the picture and the one “perched” on the post to the right of that.

The morning was clear, I saw no blobbies with the naked eye.  there was also no sign of the “cloud” in the area of the blobbies.

I was also surprised to see that the top of the stump (just over the white chair) seems to be floating.

A psychic who had visited earlier said that the stump had a spirit living in it and that if I hung a wind chime on it, it would go crazy.

I wasn’t sure I wanted a crazy spirit

.

thebad

.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW LARGER

.

Below is the site with the stump shown in its entirety from another angle

.

stump

.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW LARGER

.

Right behind where the blobbies are is a big log.

Our daughter was sitting there chain smoking and reading.

She reached for her cloth cigarette case and it was gone.

Nobody, no animals around.

No explanation for it being missing.

It had been right beside her.

Six weeks later, after many monsoon rains, Hubby was making one of his dozen-a-day trips from the barn to the house and saw the case lying, in plain sight, on the ground by the log.

The Cloth was dry and looked like new.

The cigarettes were fresh and she smoked them.

The Gypsy tells of having a notable experience at that spot, also.

I have told, elsewhere, of her battle with a Navajo skinwalker and with an Apache witch.

She was a horse trainer, as is the case with many Romany Gypsies, and an excellent horsewoman.

She said that she saw the witch, at a distance, paying special attention to the horse as she (Gypsy) saddled it for a ride.

She mounted and a picture was taken.

Then the horse “went berserk,” bucked Gypsy off, and she (Gypsy) was injured.

What is of special note here is that the picture showed Gypsy floating in the air.

I do not have a copy of it and it is one of the many things that seem unbelievable.

Perhaps this picture of the stump with the bottom missing was given to me for a purpose having to do with Gypsy’s horse incident?

.

.

%d bloggers like this: