Tuesday, May 27, 2014


Symptoms of fear include shaking, anxiety, increased heart rate. I think a face of a fearful person looks rather pale or cold. Extreme fear affects the brain by causing you to be afraid of everything around you, which is not good. It can also cause hallucinations, which makes you see and hear non existent things. Mastering fear isn't easy, but after being around these fearful things you may start to get used to it. The things you feared start to bother you less and less.

Friday, May 2, 2014


I used to live in lewiston my family always said the house was haunted (I'm the only one that lived in that house and saw/heard nothing). Anyways, they always used to see orbs and hear locked doors slamming shut.

If someone offered me a free reading to reveal my future, I would first ask if it was good or bad. If it was good I wouldn't want to know it. If it was bad I would want to know, so I can change my actions.