- “Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.”
- I don’t often quote the Bible on my page, but this is appropriate. The metaphor seems to be teaching against giving what is holy to those who do not appreciate it. Animals such as dogs and pigs cannot appreciate religion, and this verse implies that there is some class of humans who cannot either. Separate from Christian thought this class of humans can also be related to those who seek the advise of Psychics. Mediums and advisers. Particularly those who are vocal about the “ungodliness” of those services, but who in secret employ those same services. I, at times offer my services to the general public and although there have been many who benefit from my connection to Spirit, there are a few who have conspired against the same. Is this casting my pearls before swine? Perhaps, but I will continue to make my gifts available to all and the “Swine” will be routed out in time.
- Be proud of your gifts, whatever they may be and be true to your path. Don’t let those who deride you get the win. You can be a blessing to others, but only if you offer of yourself!
- Although I’m still on hiatus from in-person readings, I am available most evenings for phone readings.
The times for the Ghost Walks at Historic Cold Spring Village have been confirmed. The Walks will commence in June and will run on Thursday evenings in June and July starting at 8PM at the Cold Spring Brewery. In August they will be Thursdays and Saturdays at 8PM.
Fascinated by the supernatural? Not sure what the odd noise is at night? Visit Historic Cold Spring Village for ‘Paranormal Pursuits’: Spiritualism in the 1800s! In addition to experiencing the Village’s 27 restored, historic buildings dating from 1691-1912, guests can enjoy various workshops, demonstrations and tours which highlight the study of spiritualism and the paranormal of the 1800’s.
All for now,
Machts gut un sei gesund!
R. Scott Bitting (Ravn)