I’ve just returned from a convention which was fun in itself, but one of the pleasures of going to Albacon in Albany each year is the drive through part of the Berkshire Mountains. I left home in snow showers which followed me into Massachusetts, but when I reached the Berkshires, the sky was clear and sunny and remained so all the way to Albany. Those moments in the mountains are an “Ah” moment. Someday I will have to take a trip just to enjoy the Berkshires. There are some places that call to your heart.
While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you.
The paranormal-scope is for entertainment purposes only and is not meant to guide your life by.
The week for:
Werewolves are romping. Spring is in the air! Time to spring clean.
Snow can obscure the vision. Owls know to see things clearly before they fly.
Pixies avoid mountains. The creatures there are more powerful. Take a higher view.
A vampire sits in the shadow of the mountain and waits. Don’t stay in anyone’s shadow.
Dragons roar and roll in the mountains. It’s time to party down and relax.
Faeries think they cannot fly high enough. Never underestimate how much you can achieve.
Elves love the journey. They enjoy the wonder they find along the way. It enriches their lives.
Sprites are always in a hurry. They miss the beauty around them. Don’t miss out on life.
Goblins are directing your attention to the small details. Are you losing money by paying for things you don’t really need?
A dragon carries you aloft beyond the snow into the sunlight. Restore your lost energy.
Temple cats will lead the way to better food. Follow them. Try new dishes.
Shapeshifters revel in the coming of spring. Begin a new hobby or project.
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