Our Lady of the Sea

Because our deadline for booking the cruise is March 1 (although the cruise is May 26), I thought a good idea to do a clearing of the Angels at Sea cruise itself. As soon as I did it, I saw a mermaid appear. She has very long, dark, thick wavy hair. Her facial features had a polynesian look. She wore long strands of pearls. She also had lots of rings on both hands and lots of bracelets on her right wrist. Her scales below her waist were teal and as they descended became more turquoise. She had wings that shimmered and appeared like abalone.

She has an Atlantean connection and will be working with our Angels at Sea cruise. She, therefore, will be accompanying us on our journey. I saw her cast stars over our cruise, which was a blessing.

It is extremely special when someone of her stature comes forth. She is responsible for the seas and her presence now provides assistance to Angels at Sea and our divine purpose.

This cruise was a creation and came into being as it was formulated and is as much alive as anything else that has been created. Our cruise apparently has a divine purpose.

As the cruise was inspired by the angels, there is certainly a spiritual component to it. Although everything really has a spiritual component to it, being purposeful is something else. This cruise apparently has a purpose and has much support as it shown here we have a spiritual representative who is responsible for the sea who supporting us on our cruise.

Seeing her blessings bestowed upon the cruise was enlightening as well as encouraging. It makes me even more excited as to what the future of our cruise will hold. I can only imagine. As we get closer to the cruise more insights seem to be coming forth. Meeting Our Lady of the Sea is certainly one of them.

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