In two weeks from now, on October 4th, Ahmadi Riverwolf and I will be doing a presentation at this event. The topic will be covering Sacred Space, Honoring the Forgotten Dead and Cemetery Etiquette.
While not really a case for a particular client, this is something I ended up unexpectedly working on during my vacation abroad. Doing this kind of work means that I can expect to be pressed into service by spirit when needed, and I’ve gotten used to going from my ‘every day’ head to my ‘two-headed’ nature during the course of certain days.
I wasn’t entirely certain that I’d be needed to actually do anything on this visit, but had brought all of my protections and everything I thought I’d need, just in case. Better to ‘have a gun and not need it, then…’ – well, you get the idea.
From time to time, I arrive at certain locations, and am directed to do certain things that I’m simply told ‘need to get done’. I get the job done to the best of my ability, and then head on my way.
This was one of those times.