At our recent Moscow event a student inquired about her ability to smell blood. (For example when someone in her vicinity is menstruating.) She said she’s frightened of this ‘gift’ as it feels rather macabre to her. I asked Almine what this is about…
She has picked up an unwanted companion that follows her around. It’s a ghost that smells of blood. He was killed in a motorcycle accident, and doesn’t know where to go. When there’s an additional source of blood odor, it becomes noticeable. Like all smells that are constantly in one’s presence, you become used to it and can’t smell it after a while, unless it changes (for example: becoming stronger).
Coming Soon: Esklavanet Belvaspata – The Belvaspata That Sends Ghosts Home
Bill Getman says
Thank you, Rogier. I do this work all of the time and I am always grateful to have another tool in the kit. Like Sujata I hope it comes soon!
to Bill Getman,
this is a personal message.. just wondering whether you are part of the Gethmann family.. so is my mother… , as you so am I a great admirer and student of Almine. though I have never met her in person. living far a way in Thailand. be blessed, christel
Yes. I was also wondering about the krihanash BVP mentioned, l think it was last year.
This is very interesting! What does ¨Esklanavet¨ mean? It sounds familiar…? I am wondering if this will be used to clear ghosts, or black magic that conjures up beings in many places of the world also? Feels like this has may have more abilities to clear the soul world or levels of existence that hold matrices in place. Looking forward to this! Thank you Almine & Rogier. LGPT
Sue B says
I agree Sujata – looking forward to that Belvaspata protocol… interesting information Rogier – I guess we never know unless we ask/inquire/seek??
Sujata Sengupta says
What a wonderful Belvaspata – hope it comes soon