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Post by Aussiepom on May 14th 2013, 4:08 pm

ATouchofHeart wrote:In the book
"American Indian Secrets of Crystal Healing by Luc Bourgault

Turquoise is not a crystal. It represents the sky and its spiritual qualities.

(spirit clouds I see and photograph)

Would you mind sending me that link,Deb? I can't get at it on here.

Would love to read it..... Wave

Joan x
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Post by Blackcrow on May 14th 2013, 5:47 pm

I Have many dreamcatchers some large others small i will always remember the one my grandmother had it wasnt very big but it always caught my eye.my mothers side of the family came from the usa,they started out in patigonia then went into Arizona in the 1800 s,i know my family have Native blood in them but thats all i know,when my grandmother passed i had her ring it was silver with 3 small turquise stones in it but the stones came out i was upset i loved that ring.
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Post by ATouchofHeart on May 14th 2013, 11:21 pm

Taurus20 wrote:Yes it is a beautiful eye! It actually looks green, I never thought of birds having green eyes, that is amazing.

Have you found the dream catcher for Bailey?

I saw a TV show the other day where a medium spoke to very young babies, who couldn't speak yet and they talked back to them and told him what made them upset and cranky. It was very interesting. He actually helps the parents understand why their children can't adjust to sleeping habits and other things. Maybe you can have a conversation with little Bailey??


That would be great Kathy. I have seen a woman talking with pets before but not babies. Who was it?
No I don't have a dream catcher yet. My daughter may not approve of it about the Bailey's bed. I made a pendant to string across the wall "WELCOME BAILEY" took an hour for each letter!

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Post by ATouchofHeart on May 14th 2013, 11:25 pm

Blackcrow wrote:I Have many dreamcatchers some large others small i will always remember the one my grandmother had it wasnt very big but it always caught my eye.my mothers side of the family came from the usa,they started out in patigonia then went into Arizona in the 1800 s,i know my family have Native blood in them but thats all i know,when my grandmother passed i had her ring it was silver with 3 small turquise stones in it but the stones came out i was upset i loved that ring.
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Have your grandmother guide you to the right stones to have them replaced. She won't mind if they are not the same.
My mother-in-law gave me a turquoise buckle once that she made a pin out of just for me. It was squash blossom.
She was a white woman but when pregnant she always said "I have a little "INDIAN" in me"


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Post by ATouchofHeart on May 14th 2013, 11:26 pm

I have a friend in Florida who has made some amazing dream catchers. NOt a lot she embroiders like me but she was trying some out with embroidery pictures and feathers. She can weave the sinew on very well. Me.......not so good.
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