Sorry this is a tad late in the telling.
I went the other weekend to a Camping With Spirits event that was freakin' awesome!
We got there Friday evening.. set up camp, had dinner... relaxed. Yeah!! The group that hosted the weekend had a fun "ritual" that night... a fun spoof of a Baptist Revival... testified and all. What a hoot!! It was a lot of fun...
Saturday was a day of workshops and tubing down the creek which was ever so much fun. Workshops included one on pendulums to communicate with spirits. We sat and "talked" with the spirits in the mill for an hour. A workshop on Celtic spirituality was led by a friend I've grown to know this past year and was highly informative. He and his lady walk a similar path to what I feel in my heart... kindred spirits they are.
Some other things too that I missed but that's okay. LOL.. Pagan standard time ruled and some things got lost in the mix too but it was all a lot of fun. Tubing was a blast. Nice hour floating, deep in the woods... Pagans on the Peaquea.. or however that creek's spelled. LOL..
Sunday was a downer... woke up to rain and having to say goodbye to new friends and good times. My life also started a downward spiral that Sunday and it's been an interesting ride since... funny how life works sometimes... anyway... that weekend was one for the history books. Oh.. I almost forgot!
We had a mill tour at dusk on Saturday that was just amazing.
My friend took his digital camera with an instant gratification viewer on it. He got a lot of great pics with orbs in them.. and some rather odd pics including one of me kinda in the shadows... when we got the pic on our computers and blew up the face it doesn't look like me.. very odd and creepy too. There was a LOT of energy in that old mill... and around the campgrounds too. Lots of history there and quite a few spirits that have stuck around through the years. I'd never given too much credance in orb pics before that weekend... seeing someone take one and look at it instantly and find orbs there... different colors and sizes... and it wasn't the camera. It was just amazing.