Some say it's your years that make you knowledgeable... I say it's your experiences, not necessarily the time span in which they happen. In my 19 years, I've seen and been through things that most people have gone their whole lives without experiencing. My interest in the paranormal is more than just an interest. It's soaked in my bones, in my brain, and in my overall being. It has since the moment doctors told my mother she would never again bare children after my brother. For 5 years my parents tried to go against all odds... and for 5 years, they failed. When they'd finally given up, and it was a fact that my mother was indeed not pregnant, a woman whom was rumored to be a gypsy witch, laid her hand on my mothers stomach. She looked my mother in the eyes, smiled, and walked away. 9 months later, a baby girl was born. That baby girl, was me.
At a young age, I'd see things I didn't understand. When I'd tell my parents something was in my room, they automatically assumed I meant there was a monster under my bed, when in reality, I was referring to the dark shadows in the corners of my room. When I was 7, I finally decided to tell my parents some things. I told them it wasn't the movies on T.V that I was afraid of or a Frankenstein in my closet. My dad wasn't sure what to believe. He thought I was over exaggerating... Until I'd had an experience with him being “Under The Influence” of a spirit one night. I had no idea that my father was receptive to spirits, or that he was involved in that world. I guess he was in denial of the things I'd told him.
Because of the many things I've gone through, it's opened a door in me to a wide variety of interests. I love learning and knowing anything I can about anything and everything. I try to understand what people consider unexplainable. Some might not see that as a good thing, but I do. I'm always writing theories and contemplating new ideas and approaches. I study all religions, all belief systems, ancient texts, etc. If there's one thing I know I want for my life, it's to make a difference in the path my life has been leading. I've been blessed enough to help people with the gifts and knowledge I've been given, and I hope to be able to continue to do so.