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Messenger Of The Gods
The ancient Greeks and Romans believed that bees were servants and messengers of the gods and goddesses. The Romans believed that a swarm of bees was to be avoided because while the swarm was on the move, they were the carrying messages and doing the biddings of the gods.
In ancient Egypt, it was believed that Ra, the sun god, created the honeybee from his tears. The bee was then seen as the messenger of the gods, falling from Ra’s face, down to earth, where she could deliver the messages from the heavens.
The ancient Celts also saw honeybees as messengers between worlds. They considered honeybees bringers of wisdom and revered them for their role in the metaphysical.
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This unique husband and wife duo are amazing as they combine their psychic and mediumship abilities to assist both the living and those who have crossed over.
The Hull's purpose of spirit communication is to affirm the continuity of life after the physical person has ceased to be. There is no death…only a new and different form of life. Their hope is to bridge the gap between this world and the next.
Dwight and Rhonda Hull investigate reported haunting's places ranging from ruins in the desert, to small historic buildings to larger, more well-known locations. Their mission is to investigate history through the voices of those who lived it.
The Hull's have been featured on television and radio and are the co-authors of two books on the paranormal. Their goal is to empower people across the globe with insight from the afterlife.