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Dowsing Rods

Otherwise known as Divining Rods.

I just made a set today after wanting them for ages. My life has been in awful shape for some time due to family matters and old friends coming around and, after having a dream of using them and a ouija board three times in a row, I decided it was time. 

My first session went with some confusion. They didn’t want to give me a name at first, but eventually spelled out “Bo” and told me that, yes, they were good. When i asked if they protected me, they said yes. When I asked if they were ever alive, they said no. I asked if we had ever spoken before and they said no.

I don’t know what to think, but I stopped when the spirit said they wanted to end the session. Either way, I’m excited to see what I can explore with these. My teacher taught me a little with them, but not nearly enough for me to feel confident.

If anyone knows anything or has any experience with rods, I would love the advice x

Originally posted by nemui-yume

Book of Mormon but Elder McKinley’s part in “turn it off” is replaced with “my girlfriend who lives in Canada” from avenue q

Congressman Rod Blum in a Dubuque town hall (Monday) night asked, ‘Why should a 62-year-old man have to pay for maternity care?’ I ask, why should I pay for a bridge I don’t cross, a sidewalk I don’t walk on, a library book I don’t read? Why should I pay for a flower I won’t smell, a park I don’t visit or art I can’t appreciate? Why should I pay the salaries of politicians I didn’t vote for, a tax cut that doesn’t affect me or a loophole I can’t take advantage of?
—  Barbara Rank, a retired Iowa teacher, in response to Blum’s defense of the AHCA. Read more about the letter she wrote to her local paper.

being @gayradwhitedad ‘s friend means u automatically sign up for vore jokes and i still dont know how to deal w/ this information em im love u i promise

Tweet by Mark Elliot (@markmobility):

Barbara Rank from Dubuque, Iowa takes @RepRodBlum behind the woodshed on #AHCA h/ @ms_sharims

The letter reads:

Congressman Rod Blum in a Dubuque town hall (Monday) night asked, “Why should a 62-year-old man have to pay for maternity care?”

I ask, why should I pay for a bridge I don’t cross, a sidewalk I don’t walk on, a library book I don’t read?

Why should I pay for a flower I won’t smell, a park I don’t visit, or art I can’t appreciate? Why should I pay the salaries of politicians I didn’t vote for, a tax cut that doesn’t affect me, or a loophole I can’t take advantage of?

It’s called democracy, a civil society, the greater good. That’s what we pay for.