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Atlanta medium Jamie Butler headed to Kamloops

Participants in the Jamie Butler weekend can expect healing, pyschic channeling, and maybe even some alien sightings in the night sky.
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June 25, 2019 - 11:00 AM

KAMLOOPS -  Jamie Butler is a medium from Atlanta who has traveled all over the world channeling spirit guides and dead loved ones.

She will be visiting the Akashic Ranch in Kamloops for her second retreat this weekend. The ranch is owned by Marianna Harangozo, who is a longtime fan of Butler. Harangozo purchased the ranch in 2013 and built it from the ground up, and now has a large riding arena, a crystal and gift shop, and her home. She firmly believes that there are healing vortexes on the land and extraterrestrial activity in the skies above.

Haragonzo met Butler a few years ago, and the two quickly formed a bond and decided to undertake a weekend retreat.

“I had a reading with her for the first time in August 2015 and she started picking up on the energy of the land, what kind of transpires, how it heals people,” says Harangozo.  “She says she's been looking for a healing type property in Canada and she's gone to a few different places but they haven't spoken to her the way that this one does.

Butler’s weekend at the Akashic Ranch will include workshops and trance channelings. The workshops will focus on intuitive strengthening, self-improvement, and healing. Harangozo has horses at the ranch, and she says participants are welcomed to meet the horses and take in their calming energy.

On Thursday, Butler will be trance channeling a spirit named Grace and afterward will have a night sky watch with chanting and hopefully some extraterrestrial activity.

“I don’t know what era (Grace) lives in, but it was years and years and years ago. She's a British woman. And it's just fascinating how (Butler’s) entire persona changes. Her entire body language changes. Her voice changes...and what she does with Grace is everyone present is able to ask questions, and Grace brings across information from the spirit plane,” says Harangozo.

Harangozo says that she wasn’t much of a believer in alien sightings before she moved to the ranch. Her parents live on the property, and they were the first ones to claim to see unusual things in the night sky.

“It was my dad that saw the first sighting. Big orange orbs flying through the sky. I kind of took it with a grain of salt at that point, because I don’t disbelieve, but I had never seen anything myself. I then saw some pretty incredible things which were confirmed by one of my neighbours who also saw. A lot happens here,” says Harangozo.

Visitors are asked to bring telescopes, binoculars, or goggles to the night-time activity. Tickets for the channeling and the night sky watch are $65 in advance or $70 at the door. The channeling begins at 6:30 p.m.

At 10 a.m. on Friday, Butler will begin an energy healing workshop that focuses on crystal healing, polarity, energy field balancing.  She recommends people bring their own chairs, yoga mats and crystals. The event is $185 if pre registered, $195 at the door.

According to Harangozo, the Akashic Ranch has eight healing vortexes. These areas help to heal people and rid them of negativity energy. She says many intuitives who have never even been to her property have contacted her about the benefits of the land.

“I guess it’s just about the minerals in the ground, and what they create,” says Harangozo. “There’s an alkaline lake on the property, too.”

On Friday night at 6:30 p.m., Butler will again do a trance channeling, this time bringing forth her 9-year-old spirit guide Maitland, who will discuss the importance of being in nature, how it heals and improves psychic abilities. She will then host another night sky watch.

On Saturday at 11 a.m. Butler will guide people around the ranch, showing them the healing vortex locations and teaching about the importance of them.

A full weekend pass is available for $400. Registered participants are able to camp on the land with their RV or tent for an additional fee. You can check out the list of events, and register for the full weekend or for any singular event here.


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