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Mind your menders

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Fandango’s FOWC is empath, the Word of the Day Challege is passion, and Paula’s 3 Things Challenge words are oracle, brunch, volume

Every Sunday at 11 a.m., the Oracle Association of Monterey met at Rosine’s Restaurant for brunch. It was an opportunity for socialization, but it was also a chance to do “case conferences” for clients that had come in for readings and other consultations the prior week. Not just every oracle was welcomed into the association. There were three main requirements.

First, the soothsayer had to have a passion for their work, which included ongoing research and skill development, where documentation, either in paper or telepathically, needed to be provided.

Second was proof that the oracle was an empath. False prophets were weeded out in a hurry, as well, other empaths can tell if you are an empath or not.

Last, the oracle had to have high volume traffic through their practice. The annual global oracle association fee was charged by chapter and was outrageously expensive. You had to be able to afford your share.

Members of the Oracle Association were expected to attend the month-long Annual Global Oracle Association Conference, all expenses paid, at the association-owned resort on the island of Rarotonga off of the coast of New Zealand.

There, the oracles focused on generating power for world peace. They learned the latest findings in herbs and divining methods. Just as important, they soothsaid on each other. The final week of the conference was pure fun and relaxation. The returned to their homes afterwards energized, proud they were keeping Mother Gaia healthy, satisfied to know their sooths, and vibrating with healing energy. They were ready for another year’s work.

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