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Post by mac on 5th October 2018, 22:27

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Post by Candlelight.kk on 21st October 2018, 14:37

Misty wrote:It is the psychic art side of it that really interests me.  I would love to have a reading where the medium draws a picture of the person who is communicating.

Going back to the subject of Psychic / Spirit Artistry, in this video - psychic artist Marie Klement demonstrates an example of how it works for her:



and here - spirit artist medium Sandy Ingham is working with medium Chantelle Lockhart:

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Post by Misty on 22nd October 2018, 17:03

Thanks for those links kk. Interesting how both of them say that the spirits they are drawing usually like to show themselves looking younger and not how they looked when they died, and by what you have said this was how it was too with the drawing of your grandmother.
Candlelight.kk wrote:It was many years later that a photograph of her was discovered which perfectly matched my [very detailed] profile drawing. The profile photo had been taken when she was in her 30s.
I wonder why this is?
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Post by mac on 22nd October 2018, 17:12

Misty wrote:Thanks for those links kk. Interesting how both of them say that the spirits they are drawing usually like to show themselves looking younger and not how they looked when they died, and by what you have said this was how it was too with the drawing of your grandmother.
Candlelight.kk wrote:It was many years later that a photograph of her was discovered which perfectly matched my [very detailed] profile drawing. The profile photo had been taken when she was in her 30s.
I wonder why this is?

I'd guess that only a small percentage of us prefer our looks in later life over those we enjoyed when we were younger..... As we apparently have the means to show ourselves, after our passing, in the way we choose isn't it understandable that we might pick a time when we were 'at our best'? Mature, but still young, adults.....

When I pass over one of the first things I'm going to have is a full head of hair - purely for my own enjoyment as I haven't had that since I was in my mid-teens! There would be no point, though, in my presenting myself to anyone in this world that way (had I the chance) if I was trying to communicate my identity because as an adult I have always had little hair and anyone who might know me would not know me with hair.
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Post by Candlelight.kk on 23rd October 2018, 13:28

When my mother appeared to me (20 years after her passing) she looked how she was around her mid 30's, fresh-faced and healthy looking and before her hair had turned white. She was 72 when she died.

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