Hibiscus Moon Crystals, divination 6 Comments

I was recently asked how one can go about using a pendulum to find a lost object b/c she had lost a stone.

Here was my reply:
“Hi There,

Yes, to find lost objects simply walk around your house and ask the pendulum if you are close or not, hot or cold, just like the game. 🙂

As far as losing your stones and crystals, that happens with crystals. When their work with us is done, sometimes they up and leave and end up with whoever needs them next. That’s the nature of crystals. I’ve had them do it to me. That’s something you just have to accept so if you don’t find them with your pendulum, know that the crystals felt they were needed elsewhere and were satisfied that you did get what you needed from them.

Crystal Blessings,
Hibiscus Moon”

My video on how to use a pendulum:

Crystals for Traveling & Journeys

Hibiscus Moon Crystals 7 Comments

I’m often asked about which crystals will protect you while traveling. Now, traveling an be a trip to the grocery store or flying across the Pacific. I like to keep a pouch of protective crystals selected for his specific purpose in my and my DH’s cars. When we fly, we bring these pouches along with us too. They include:

Feverfew leaves: a protection herb especially known for protecting travelers.
Amethyst: good for overall protection and mental balance, but especially known for protecting travelers.
Smokey Quartz: good for survival instincts and offers protection by dissipating negativity.
Black Obsidian: good for protection and intuition.

You may find these in my Etsy shop.

Do you do anything special for traveling?

So She Does Hold Water

Hibiscus Moon astronomy, Everyday/Personal Stuffs, moon 7 Comments

First of all, THANK YOU to all the outpouring of concern and sympathy for the passing of Krypto. I am truly blessed to have such a caring community here.

With all the postive and loving energy that was sent my way, I was sent…ahhem…a cat. She pushed the door open as soon as we returned home from the vet w/o our beloved Krypto. Who sent her? Hmmmm? I’m not normally a cat person so we’ll see where this goes. She has an appointment with our vet tomorrow.

So the big Space-Geek News today is that it has been confirmed that the Moon does indeed hold water. This is HUGE. “Multiple lines of evidence show water was present in both the high angle vapor plume and the ejecta curtain created by the LCROSS Centaur impact,” says NASA’s principal investigator Colaprete. “The concentration and distribution of water and other substances requires further analysis, but it is safe to say Cabeus holds water.” Cabeus is a known crater of the Moon’s. How cool is that?

My Krypto Has Passed

Hibiscus Moon Everyday/Personal Stuffs, grieving 27 Comments

Here he is snoring LOUDLY!

I know the energy that goes into caring for ailing animals all too well. You may remember that back in May I lost my Mylo. Well, I just lost the physical embodiment of my last dog, Krypto, on Saturday. My heart is very heavy and raw right now, but healing. I know he has moved on before me into the spirit realm and he is waiting there with my other 2 dogs’ spirits. He is pain free and very happy now. I know this but it still hurts.

Here is video of Krypto just a week and a half ago. He had an “up” day and everything was “coming up hibiscuses”.

Krypto was a strong-willed, independent black lab/pit bull mix. We adopted him when he was 2. He lived to be 14 years old. He was a mischievous, naughty teenager and then a lovely laid-back adult that dealt with two silly dalmatians and modeled how to behave and how to just chill out. He was infinitely patient and directed the activities in everything that they did without being bossy or mean. He was never mean to anyone, EVER, except when he needed to protect my meek dalmatian, Floyd. He always greeted me with a kiss and then went off to do his thing. He loved to roll on his back in the sun with a huge laughing grin or a tennis ball in his mouth. Sweet, patient, strong and independent. Krypto, I’ll see you on the Rainbow Bridge when I cross over. I love you.