If you want to know who is going to win the 2010 World Cup and, furthermore, make some money out of it then perhaps you should start smoking a vulture’s brain. I kid you not. Apparently smoking a vulture’s brain will bring you a vision of the future and help you manage a Psychic Clairvoyant Reading. The brains of the vulture are dried and then rolled into cigarettes which are smoked or alternatively inhaled as vapours.
Many are saying this age old tradition will greatly reduce numbers of vultures in parts of South Africa during this World Cup as many will attempt to become Psychic and predict the winners of the World Cup, not least so they can put a sizeable bet on to make a decent return.
The theory behind a Vultures brain being able to provide clairvoyant powers comes from the knowledge that they have acute vision and a strong ability to find prey. This, coupled with people thinking the birds have foresight is expected to cause the population of vultures to decrease around the World Cup. There are already about 1, 000 killed each year in Tanzania alone and with the heightened possibility of winning big from predicting the winning team, people are bound to give it a whirl.
The Endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa is urging people to think twice before they risk endangering the species. If you want a sounder, more reliable prediction then it would be worth contacting a professional Psychic with experience.
A while ago I blogged about a whole host of celebrities that called on Psychic Mediums to help give them some direction and insight into their future: Cheryl Cole, Jordon and Alexander McQueen were just some of them.
Well, it seems that Cheryl is still consulting with her Professional Psychic. Having known her Psychic for ten years after his details were given to her by her Mum, she now entrusts her Psychic with her inner most troubling problems she has to face. Her Psychic has not only been there for her professionally but as a friend too, attending her and Ashley’s star studded wedding back in 2006. He is part of ‘Team Cheryl’ and is someone she trusts and values his opinion.
It seems that even the biggest of Hollywood stars are the most spiritual too. A certain Mr. Brad Pitt has been visiting his trusted Psychic since 2005 when he started filming Mr. & Mrs. Smith. It just so happens that this is the time he and Angelina Jolie embarked on their relationship, or certainly when the first sparks flew that’s for sure.
Brad consults his Psychic in times of need and when he is struggling with a problem and needs some guidance to the right decision, which is just like how any other person consults a Psychic for a reading. It is reassuring to know that despite how much money someone may have, they still have to deal with the same indecisions, uncertainties and curveballs life throws at us and every now and then, we all need a little bit of help.
This years Glastonbury Festival takes place between the 23rd and 27th June and promises to be one of the biggest and best yet with a line up including Stevie Wonder, Muse, Gorillaz, Florence and the Machine, Dizzee Rascal and Willie Nelson.
Festival goers at Glastonbury, and most other festivals, tend to camp on site in their own tents, this however is not the only way to experience Glastonbury. While many love the atmosphere and consider camping an essential part of the experience others really find it a pain especially when it rains, which it tends to do. So for those who want to experience all of the music with out damp tents and smelly toilets then you can stay in accommodation off site.
If you do decide to stay off site then there are a whole host of accommodation options open to you right across Somerset. If you are looking for something a bit more sophisticated than a country B&B though why not look for a Bath Hotel to stay in. Bath is a beautiful city and is well worth a visit in its own right so why not combine it with a trip to Glastonbury Festival and make a real holiday out of it.
If you are one of the lucky ones with a ticket then you are in for a real treat at what is regarded as one of the worlds greatest music festivals, if you missed out this year then make sure you keep your eyes peeled for next years tickets and enjoy a break in Bath instead.
It’s a sad time when one of your beloved pet goes missing. Generally, the most common domestic pet to go AWOL is a cat, largely due to the nature of how a cat lives. Easily coming and going from their owner’s house, it is simple to see how so many do go missing each year. This is not to say it makes it any easier when it does happen. Any family pet becomes a member of the family, often becoming increasingly close to the children in the family. This makes it even harder if the pet goes missing. How do you explain this to young children and how can you possibly sit by and let go without doing anything?
Cats can wonder off, but many get stolen, especially if they are pedigree. The same can also be said for dogs. If they are stolen then who knows where they will end up. Searching the local vicinity, knocking on neighbours doors, putting ‘missing’ signs up can only get you so far, especially if your pet has been stolen, it could be 200 miles away by now.
In these instances, police have very little impact and more and more people are finding the help of a Psychic beneficial. Often giving valuable insight into where the pet may be and how it has got there, the owners feel a little reassured and have some direction to take the search. The Psychic will keep the owner informed of any development they feel through Psychic Clairvoyant Readings and other abilities and often will be pivotal in the retrieval of the missing pet.
On the last blog post I talked about some different forms of burial/cremation which are a far cry from the traditional coffin in a graveyard with memorial headstones placed in remembrance. You could be rocketed up into space or dropped into the bottom of the sea, you could go out with a bang as part of an extravagant firework display or you could be part of someone else forever by becoming a diamond ring which they wear everyday.
There are of course some more weird and wonderful ways to go. Why not choose to have your body dissolved in lye, a corrosive alkaline substance, which will turn your body into a brownish liquid that smells like ammonia. Sound nice? No, but this is a very environmentally friendly process and whilst the result means you could literally be poured down the drain, you would be helping save the world. Currently only two places in America are doing this, which is really no surprise.
How about being turned into a pencil? All of your ashes could be made into a 240 pencil set with each pencil being stamped with your name on. Only one pencil can be taken out at any time and then sharpened back into the box, once all the pencils are used and have been sharpened back into the box then the box is transformed into an urn. This gives a whole new meaning to upcycling!
For art lovers out there, then you could have your ashes turned into a big portrait of you so loved ones will get to be reminded of you every day. Combining your ashes with a special oil paint, a professional artist will create a one of a kind portrait of you.
I still think I’ll opt for a burial in a graveyard with a granite memorial. What do you think?
When we think of burials, it is no surprise that to most of us will think of the traditional ritual that has the body in a coffin, buried in a graveyard with a lovely personalised headstone, but these days there is a whole host of whacky and different ways to ‘dispose’ of your body once dead.
How about having part of your remains, in cremation form, being launched into space? These ‘burials’ allow a lipstick sized capsule filled with some of your ashes to be rocketed up into space. If you don’t fancy being launched into space then you could always be buried at the bottom of the sea. Your ashes would be sealed in a reef ball which is then dropped to the bottom of the sea, eventually becoming part of the reef and leaving a permanent living legacy. But then you could always go out with a bang, some companies modify fireworks by incorporating your ashes into them, friends and family get to watch a magnificent firework display whilst wishing you farewell for the last time.
If those options all sound a little too way out for you then you could always have your carbon made into a diamond for a loved one who will then be able to carry your memory around with them everyday on their finger. For the eco warriors out there, then perhaps being turned into organic matter may appeal. Your ashes will be transformed into an organic, odourless, hygienic powder which greatly reduces the impact on the environment.
For some, these new methods may appeal, but for the most I imagine the traditional forms of burial with a gravestone memorial are still the most favoured option.