Last week after returning from a short break away, I was thrown back into the deep end and hit with more downloads and intense conversations with my Arcturian and Pleiadian guides. I don’t know if it’s this intense moon energy but spirit disco is in full swing. There are flashes of electric blue everywhere, fairies, Angels, my guides, your guides, even the animals are more chatty than usual! Last Friday was an amazing experience, and even though I get to channel wonderful beings on a daily basis, there can always be an element of surprise with the work. During a Tarot Card Reading my client’s guide was very intense with his presence and most definitely wanted to be acknowledged, so I gave him space to come through with messages and I started to describe him. He was a Native American, his energy was very different to all other’s that i’ve encountered. He was a warrior, and connected to the beat of the war drum. He had a dark shadow of paint across his eyes and wore black. He had raven feathers and red material tied through his hair. I asked for his name, and clear as a bell I was given: “UNCAS” …Well, hearing this my client near fell off her chair! stunned, she asked me to repeat the name. Uncas, had been an important character that she had resonated with since she was very young and unknowingly, he has always been her guide. It turns out that i’m not so in the know about Native American culture and history as I should be…and that my ‘classic movie’ knowledge is pretty poor. Uncas (1588— c. 1683) was a Sachem or Head Chief of the Mohegan Tribe. He made the Mohegans the leading regional Indian tribe in lower Connecticut, through his alliance with the English colonists in New England. His story is what inspired James Fenimore Cooper's 1826 novel “The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757“ and then later, a film directed by Michael Mann “The Last of the Mohicans” (1992). It’s safe to say that this journey will never stop blowing my socks off! Not only do I get to work with the most amazing people, but their stories and connections bring me more joy than I ever imagined.