“For Love of Ghosts” Chaplain Takes “Hollywood” out of Hauntings

Written by RobinRenee Bridges




CONTACT: Robin Renee Bridges Spirit Sanctuary robinrenee@spirit-sanctuary.org http://www.spirit-sanctuary.org

“FOR LOVE OF GHOSTS” CHAPLAIN TAKES “HOLLYWOOD” OUT OF HAUNTINGS Charlotte North Carolina – June 16, 2005 – Chaplain and author, Robin Renee Bridges, hopes to clear uprepparttar misconceptions aboutrepparttar 144855 nature ofrepparttar 144856 soul andrepparttar 144857 afterlife. In her landmark book, A Bridge of Love between Heaven and Earth: Self-Induced Contact inrepparttar 144858 Afterlife, she analyzesrepparttar 144859 nature ofrepparttar 144860 soul inrepparttar 144861 afterlife, including its concerns and capabilities, and applies this information torepparttar 144862 ghostly sights and activities exhibited during a haunting.

Using her experiences with self-induced contact inrepparttar 144863 afterlife andrepparttar 144864 teachings ofrepparttar 144865 Sanctuary, a spiritual development leader, she explains where ghosts come from, how they manifest themselves to us, and why skeptics never encounter them.

She denies erroneous concepts, such as, “caught between worlds,” “going torepparttar 144866 light,” and “soul fragmentation.” She repudiatesrepparttar 144867 absurdities concerning children and hauntings withrepparttar 144868 good news that they immediately ascend intorepparttar 144869 realms ofrepparttar 144870 afterlife in purity and innocence. She exposesrepparttar 144871 unfounded fears about negative entities and demons by definingrepparttar 144872 range of activities that are allowed inrepparttar 144873 afterlife.

Lugh Long Arm

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Lugh is a sun-god before he becamerepparttar Milesian or De Danaan person who this story is about. At Inyo near Bishop California a fellow researcher named Rod Schmidt has a pre-Christian Lugh petroglyph.

“LUGH LONG-ARM Now is a good time to tellrepparttar 144792 story of Lugh or Lug andrepparttar 144793 Tuatha de Danaan meeting with Eochaid who most say was Fir Bolg and some say may have been Milesian while others might say was a Fomorian.

"And there were then two doorkeepers at Tara, namely Gamal son of Figal and Camall son of Riagall. When one of these was on duty he saw a strange company coming towards him. A young warrior fair and shapely, with a king's trappings, was inrepparttar 144794 forefront of that band. They toldrepparttar 144795 doorkeeper to announce their arrival at Tara. The doorkeeper asked: 'Who is there?'

'Here there is Lug Lamfada (i.e. Lug Long-Arm) son of Cian son of Diancecht and of Ethne daughter of Balor. Fosterson, he, of Tailltiu daughter of Magmor king of Spain {Iberia} and of Eochaidrepparttar 144796 Rough son of Duach.’ (2)”

Doorkeep: 'What art or expertise do you bring? Nobody withoutrepparttar 144797 sheepskin ofrepparttar 144798 highest university will enter here.' Followingrepparttar 144799 policy of all good administrations that seek to weed out those who might pretend to know and thus damage those who mistakenly think they are truly expert.

“Question me, kind sir. I am able to showrepparttar 144800 greatest arts ofrepparttar 144801 doctor (leech, in his time)!” Lugh spoke with confidence and his fellows were aware this doorkeeper could not possibly ask relevant questions that would challengerepparttar 144802 knowledge of their leader.

Doorkeep: 'My good master and faithful Drucht isrepparttar 144803 best of that noble profession or guild and we have no need of more.'

"Good then, perhaps he would like to learn aboutrepparttar 144804 arts he can benefit your king by?" One of Lugh's band spoke in a challenging manner.

“Seamus, There is no need to worry about whether or not their leech is able to addressrepparttar 144805 complexities ofrepparttar 144806 body and its humours… Do you think your king would like a champion?" Lugh flexed and stood straight.

Doorkeep: 'Ogma is famous beyondrepparttar 144807 rising and setting sun. If you know anything you know of his merit. Are you 'barbarians'?'

"Barbarians and experts are alike; they all come from far away with credentials and no detractors, proclaiming themself as wise or strong. Our Lugh has had such visit his court in lands far more ostentatious than this castle." Seamas spoke with rising disdain forrepparttar 144808 bureaucrat who obviously had determined he was going to decide what only his king could determine.

"Allow me to engagerepparttar 144809 good man without further interjection, Seamas! We all knowrepparttar 144810 importance of our mission and that failure to prove our merit with words might lead to having to use other means. Our Queen has instructed us to make every effort... Now, my good man, please forgiverepparttar 144811 tone and tenor of Seamas… He actually enjoys takingrepparttar 144812 heads offrepparttar 144813 best of champions when we meet them… Perhaps you have an opening for a Harper?"

‘Your company is beginning to wear upon me… We have Rhea of Bicelmos whomrepparttar 144814 faeries are beholden to.’ The doorkeep had moved to a safer position and made ready to deny entrance should they appear ready to move acrossrepparttar 144815 drawbridge.

Lugh was not tired or upset but could see this was not going to be easy to break throughrepparttar 144816 defenses brought about by provincial ego andrepparttar 144817 arts of those who congratulate each other while never venturing out intorepparttar 144818 real world to find their match or metal. "Question me: I am a sorcerer and able to appear asrepparttar 144819 eagle orrepparttar 144820 fish."

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