In many cultures and mythology, a psychopomp is a person or being that assists souls in their transition to the other side.
Most of us are familiar with the Grim Reaper, a figure that dates 15th-century England. Other examples include the Roman god Mercury, the Greek ferryman Charon, the ancient Egyptian god Anubis, and the Norse Valkyries. In some references, Saint Michael the Archangel is mentioned as an example from Christianity, while i...
The holidays are often difficult for those of us who have lost someone close to us. I know the pain of losing someone at this time, personally, so I understand how hard it is to be surrounded by others that have not. But as a spirit communicator, it’s important that I share with you the most common messages our loved ones want us to hear and understand about the afterlife.
"It was a dark and stormy night. We were standing on the deck. The ship was sinking..." (Remy Charlip, Reprinted 2010). Yes, this is a tale of storms and a shipwreck, of death and its aftermath. So come with me back to late December 1983, to Sandy Hook, New Jersey, a unit of the National Park Service (Gateway National Recreation Area), for another tale in the Haunted National Park Service series.