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blog-386-1118838239_thumb.jpgWhere did this oddity originate? Supposedly found partially buried. For more details.Might have a perfectly logical explanation...but then again...? :alien:
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Remember the old roller skates from the 70's with the ball bearings in the wheels? Aliens wore those too~had to be up with the times-giant aliens...and one of them lost a bearing when he was trying out his skates. :rofl:

Well, you got a better idea?? :wtf:

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Remember the old roller skates from the 70's with the ball bearings in the wheels? Aliens wore those too~had to be up with the times-giant aliens...and one of them lost a bearing when he was trying out his skates. :rofl:

Well, you got a better idea??  :wtf:

Sounds good to me... :bigsmile:

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its called a witches gazing ball. (I would bury it back in the ground if I was him)

I saw one at an antique center about 4 yrs ago. they were made of a varity of metals or blown glass that had mercury inside of them, and they were used to gaze into. Its use was simular to crystal gazing-

There is no mystique about crystal gazing, its pretty straight forward, and can be done with a little practice. First you need to learn how to focus your eyes just before the object- much like those popular 3 d prints that you look at until your eyes cross and you see the image pop out - and you can do it with the print ether right side up, or upside down, but not if its turned on its side.)

You gaze at the ball in this manor until your optic nerve freezes up, and your vision will cloud (its a thing of science, not fiction) and it is at that point that you - well, relax and then you see things within ether the crystal ball, or, on the surface of the gazing ball. it can be used for meditation, or spell casting. The witches gazing ball that I saw - well, I was walking through the store and all of a sudden I stopped and my head turned and I snapped focus on it, and it was like I was drawn to it- and my friend had to come and nudge me hard before I responded- and it was like - well, I felt the ball telling me to buy it, and half of me wanted to- the other half was like NO AND NO-

so I didn't buy it.

There are just some things that have very bad karma attached to it, and as suductive was the idea of owning it, something inside of me said it was a bad idea. So,yeah, if it was buried, it was for a reason (which sometimes is a way to rid yourself of such a thing) and the best advice is to bury it where he found it- much deeper...

cause you never know...

Ps, you can check out them at

https://www.outdoordecor.com/cgi-local/Soft...3ffa+1119073273

Kath

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its called a witches gazing ball.

Ps, you can check out them at

https://www.outdoordecor.com/cgi-local/Soft...3ffa+1119073273

Kath

I wrote to the people at the place where it was posted, and I heard back from them!!! I told them everything that I had wrote here, and they got alot of email regarding it, they are going to do some tests on it, and then update the report on it- so- heh- look for the answer of what it is soon!!!

(silver would have tarnished btw, but not stainless steel- or lead. (I think)

I found a tennis ball in my gutter once... and I don't even play tennis!

So, Do you want to see the ghost photo that I took??

Kath

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