Hello Dear Readers,
Just recently I received from a few of you this question:
“Dear Ms. Q,
In your explanations why are you including links to other web sites? Don’t you know all this stuff?”
The short answer is “Yes, I do.”
The longer answer is that some folks explain it better than I can, and I’ve felt their explanation goes further than what I can explain, such as for example Doreen Virtue, she has made a study specifically of Angels and Spirit Guides, it is her specialty, so I feel that her web site can explain those spiritual mysteries better than I can.
Another thing that I am personally concerned about is my health and age, if something happens to me, I want you Dear Readers to also have other sources that I feel you can trust to access their information as you need it.
It’s like having two attorneys, yes they both went to law school but one specializes in probate, wills and estates and the other handles injury cases, yes they do have that law degree and may know something about the other type of case’s, but they will refer their clients to those that specializes as that need arises, no one attorney’s office can handle everything unless that office is so large that within that office they do have attorney’s with specialties.
So I feel the need for links within the articles that I post.
As I’ve said, I’m here for information as a resource and reference source, so if I feel that you, Dear Reader, need to see another site I will link you there and I hope to keep those links active, because I’ve seen on other web sites that their links are so old that they no longer work and it results in futility.
But if I feel that it or it shows that the link might disappear, such as Blackcat Root Shack, then I will include the link as well as the text, in case the link becomes invalid.
I am also considering including two web links of rootworkers here in the U.S. who do consultations in my links section.
Of any that are working outside of the United States there is no one that I can recommend. All I can say is if they charge hundreds and hundreds of dollars, or claim there is a curse on you or your money and they can remove it or solve ALL problems, run don’t walk to the nearest exit.
I can see and understand if a root worker charges say $100 dollars for setting lights, because it is their materials and time (taking notes and observing how the spell work is going and giving you a report) in doing that work for you, but if the price is too exaggerated, that would raise a red flag to me. So all I can say is to be careful.
I plan to write more articles as I have time, I’m working on a St. Martha Part 2 article right now.