Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett
It’s been on my mind to write a blog since the week that both Farrah and MJackson passed on to the other side but it always seems like there’s a million other things to do.
Today I saw a clip from a show on Larry King where Germaine Jackson was showing people all the locks on Jackson’s bedroom door and in the background you could see a spirit walking across a room. A few people have emailed asking if I thought it was Michael Jackson.
I went out in my yard to do some work and get a feel for whether or not it was Jackson and into my head I heard Jackson singing the words “I am the one” from the Billy Jean song. At first I wasn’t paying attention but as I walked around the yard singing those words over and over, I had a good chuckle when I realized what I was singing.
Then my spirit friends told me that Michael is going to be having quite a bit of fun with people, giving them signs that he’s around and some of them are not going to like it. Some are going to be people that treated him cruelly. The spirit went on to say that Jackson is an old soul who came in to this life to accomplish great things. Part of his burden for being so gifted is that he was extremely sensitive and his sense of reality was distorted by his childhood and his lifestyle. Unfortunately he died of a broken heart. Plain and simple.
That whole business of molesting those children was so outrageous and that really took a terrible toll on him. He tried moving past it but he never got over it. The hatred and cruelty he saw in people’s eyes towards him was something he couldn’t handle.
The day he passed away I checked in on him to see how he was doing and he was definitely in a state of shock. He questioned whether or not he was dreaming and it took him a while to understand that he was not dreaming, but that he had moved out of his physical body. There was alot of hustle and bustle around him but they also kept him very protected while he came to terms with what was going on.
Then I checked in three days later and it was great to see that he was sitting with Elvis. I know that sounds hokey, but that’s what I saw. It was very sweet. Elvis was being very gentle with Michael. He knew how sensitive the singer was. They had alot to talk about. But the sense I got from the conversation was that Jackson was relieved that it was over. He knew his children would be better off with his mother although he also knows that that won’t last long. He knows that Debbie Rowe will fight for her children. He knew he was getting more and more eccentric and knew that it wasn’t good for the children, but it was as if he was on a downward slide and he couldn’t stop his behavior.
He likes the pace of heaven. It’s easier over there. I’m surprised that he’s so alert already. So clear on what’s going on. Already back here playing jokes on people. He has alot of energy and believed in life after death, so he acclimated very quickly to how things work over there. I’ll check in on him in a couple months and see how he’s progressing.
People have said how sad it is that Michael Jackson’s death overshadowed Farrah’s death, but when I tuned in to her, she could have cared less. She was with her mom who she loved very much and was surrounded by many female members of her family. “Her mother’s clan” was what I heard.
There’s a whole different vibe with Farrah. Her energy was very low and she is definitely taking her time to recover. She is in absolutely no rush to go out and about and say hello to people. She’s being very well taken care of by family members and is completely focused on life on that side. She is not worrying about the people here. She did enough of that when she was here and now she is focusing on herself and getting her energy built up.
I’ll check on both of them in a couple of months and see how they are doing but what I can say is that we have not heard the last of Michael Jackson and I don’t even know what I mean when I say that!!!
That’s it for now. Gotta get to healing class. I hope you’re enjoying summer as much as I am.