Damaged Fingernails and Health
A while back I spent most of two days reading 38 sets of fingernails and shoes at the Body, Soul, Spirit Festival in Moscow Idaho at the Latah County Fairgrounds. I hadn’t done that kind of thing in several years; the last time being at the Latah Co. Fair but this was different. It seemed like most of the people I read were “old souls” of over 2200 lifetimes (even the children who wandered up to my booth for a reading as I was wondering where their parents were). “Thanks for incarnating at this time” I’d say. “You’re here to make a positive difference in our world” and the kids would nod their heads.
One thing I noticed were three women with HORRID nails! I was appalled until they told me they had just had their acrylic nails removed. “Why would you do this to yourself?” was all I could say. Their hands were bright red (environmental chemical sensitivities) and the nails seemed to be raised off the beds (just ripe for a nail fungus happening) and I was looking for an answer to the tiny hemorrhages under the finger tips hoping that it wasn’t cancer (in actuality it was the damage from the chemicals damaging the capillary beds thus causing petechial hemorrhages). I should have taken pictures. Anyway, this little ditty came up in my inbox a while back: