I remember the leader of my first (mediumiship) development circle teaching us on how to connect to our spirit guides. He explained there were different types of guide but only one that remains with us from birth. It was interesting at the time because the leader also told me that this entity was very advanced and sometimes referred to as a guardian angel. Some people saw their guides as angels but the form was different for each person. My guide for example showed himself during a guided visualisation meditation where one member of the circle described a fictitious journey along a river bank. As I was told my guide would appear, he did so as native American named sitting bull. When I questioned if this was the actual sitting bull the guide affirmed it. The leader of the circle told me that it probably isn’t the genuine sitting bull but may have manifested as such just to put me at ease. He told me things about my life and where I was going in life. During this time I felt vibrations around my face, ears and neck. I later found out this was the way my guide identified itself, a form of authentication. I was to learn to trust him and unless he was present during mediumship I was not to trust the information coming through. The leader had built up a friendship with his guide, a wise female native American. I felt fortunate to have met my guide since not all mediums ever meet their guides, some don’t even believe they exist.
Apart from my main guide I used to get other guides who would hang around for a while then move away. One particular guide claimed to be a viking and showed himself wearing a helmet with horns. When I challenged him about the historical validity off vikings having helmets with horns he back tracked and explained this was just for show. During the time I worked with this guide I was probably the most accurate. His energy was very powerful and I would be exhausted after doing readings with this particular guide.
At the time I placed a lot of faith in guides. I remember boasting to my mother-in-law about how my guides are like guardian angels. It was quite ironic since I was working in the garden putting up timber posts for some decking my in laws where laying. I offered to help out. Before my mother-in-law was on her way out to go shopping and told me to be careful. I laughed stating I was in no danger, my guides will protect me! I was absolutely convinced of this. We mixed some quick dry cement and dropped the timber post into the ground and held it firmly into the cement. Holding the post, my father-in-law climbed up the short ladder and began sawing off about 12 inches of timber from the top of the post. As the sawdust fell onto my head, I shuffled to one side. I was oblivious as a large chunk of timber came crashing down onto my head. It was so painful that I froze, I was massively in shock. Thankfully it didn’t knock me out since I would then require a brain scan which is the usual procedure at least in the UK. Although when I saw the lump of timber I noticed a large sharpe piece sticking out the other side. Had this part him me it would have penetrated my skull and, well, I would not be here today. As a former member of the spiritualist church you are told many things including the law of cause and effect (Karma) and that you must trust your guides. I recall telling myself that the guides were either trying to teach me a lesson for showing off or they actually intervened, preventing the sharp part of the timber falling onto my head. Either way, this was no act of protection and this was just another one of those incidents that lead me to question these entities.
From what I learned, guides can and often lie. They get things wrong from time to time then explain it away by blaming the ability of the medium. They are not always present and don’t usually communicate when the medium cries out to them in need. They also provide lots of facts that draw someone in then occasionally provide you with private/personal information about that person. The biggest mistake is to then communicate this back to the person which can result in them feeling very embarrassed and exposed. Furthermore, I remember an elderly lady asking me if she was going to die before her husband. Without thinking, a voice popped into my head saying “no, she will outlive him”. So I told her. This was a big mistake, it caused her great anxiety.
So you can see, these entities are not what they appear to be and I began to know them by their fruits. Unfortunately, these spirits bared rotten fruits and when the penny finally dropped I commanded them to leave in the name of Jesus Christ. These guides are most likely demons or in some cases, fallen angels. They serve no other purpose then to spread lies, deceive others, pull people away from the truth of salvation and take as many people as they can to hell.
In conclusion, God’s angels only communicate with God directly. It is extremely unlikely, if ever they communicate with human beings. On the other hand, demons and fallen angels constantly endeavour to contact people, this is forbidden by God in order to protect his flock.
If you are concerned about the validity of any spiritual communication just ask the entity is they believe Jesus Christ came to earth in the flesh, died on the cross and was resurrected from the dead? Any form of denial of back peddling should raise red flags.