Heavenly Visits

Heavenly Visits October 23, 2017

heaven3It’s rare where I don’t have visitors from the other side visiting me at night, telling me their stories. It’s even more intense after events where I do gallery/seance sessions. I keep a journal next to my bed and I write down as much information as I get from them (remember, this is in the middle of the night). It’s often like changing the channels (very quickly) on the television screen and trying to catch as much as possible. These are some of my recent visitors.

Ed – he showed me that he was a scientist/engineering type who believed in his faith and his family. He showed me that he was ready to pass, but he apologized that it was around a special holiday. He was met by his mom, who he missed, and was guiding his family on their home improvements.

Sandy – said she was killed in an accident in Florida. She showed me riding motorcycles and her love for helping people.

Jennifer – she was a beautiful woman, young (late 20’s/early 30’s), and said she passed soon after giving birth to a baby girl around her own birthdate. She will forever be her daughter’s angel.

Carol/lyn – She showed herself with a wig on, which is often my sign of cancer. She also said she had many different obstacles and saw many doctors.

William – Married his bride when he was just 21 years old and she was his sweetheart into heaven. He showed himself as a smart business man who went to the other side without regrets. They had kids. He got to retire. She got sick and he took care of her, but then he passed suddenly. He kept telling me to tell his kids he was so sorry – it was supposed to be his responsible to take care of her.

William – April was important (passing or birthday). He showed me his heaven that looked a lot like Traverse City. He was so happy that when he passed the family all got along – he wasn’t so sure that would happen. He had his golf clubs with him and wore a baseball hat. He may have had some neurological problems.

Tom – He showed me that he fought real hard and kept apologizing that his marriage wasn’t healthy because he wasn’t healthy. He wished he’d treated his wife better. “We were better friends than we were spouses,” he said. But he loved her and he loved his family. He was still journeying, getting counseling, on the other side, per say. He promises he’s showing signs and trying to get through to everyone.

Max – What an amazing smile. A veteran, but he was not threaded with discipline and hardness, although he saw war. He showed me a Lutheran symbol. He also showed that he was in his late 80’s and was tired. When he crossed he was met by (possibly a George) a dad and a brother.

Michael – He showed me that he didn’t say goodbye and his passing was sudden. He also showed me John Wayne and a cowboy hat, and that he was wonderful with directions even in the woods. He showed me that that someone had his name (son/grandson?) and that several people got a tattoo in his honor.

Others that were there but didn’t say anything, only came for a heavenly hello were: Jean, Peter, Lois, Fred, and Sylvia.

Kristy Robinett
Kristy Robinett (Michigan) is a revolutionary psychic medium, international author, and inspirational speaker. In addition to giving readings and teaching workshops, she uses her psychic skills to assist with police investigations. Kristy lectures across the country and is a frequent media commentator, appearing on the ID Channel’s Restless SoulsFox NewsABC NewsCoast to Coast, and more. Kristy Robinett is also the author of several books, including Tails from the Afterlife: Stories of Signs, Messages, and Inspiration from your Companion Animals (Llewellyn, March 2018); Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife: Signs Loved Ones Send from Beyond; It’s a Wonderful Afterlife: Inspiring True Stories from a Psychic Medium; Forevermore: Guided in Spirit by Edgar Allan Poe; Messenger Between Worlds: True Stories from a Psychic Medium; Higher Intuitions Oracle; Ghosts of Southeast Michigan; and Michigan’s Haunted Legends and Lore.Visit her online at KristyRobinett.com.

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