...Who is Madame Butterfly?
Michelle Devlin has been in touch with Spirit since she was born, a gift she inherited from her maternal Grandmother, Molly Henry.
As a baby she and the family pet dog, Dandy, appeared to see spirits in the old Victorian house in Lancashire, England she grew up in...After moving to Canada at age 2, she remembers 'flying' or astral travelling back to her home in England at night until age 7.
Michelle has been gifted with psychic messages, visions, and healing energy since childhood. Her ancestors hail back to Pendle Hill, Lancashire, famous for it's witches.
A Certified Reiki Master, Seichim Reiki Master, Intuitive Counsellor and an Intuitive Psychic, Michelle will gently assuage any worries the Seeker may have. Using a combination of techniques, Madame Butterfly will intuitively extricate those pressing concerns and deliver powerful messages to the Questioner.
The ancient art of tea-leaf reading is a relaxing, fun way to begin the reading, as well as being quite refreshing and delicious! Madame receives many of her psychic messages through the tea-leaves, as well as meaningful and important messages from your departed loved ones, spirit animals, guides and Guardian Angels.
The Druid Craft Tarot, with it's focus on the natural world, will take one into the world of ancient Briton, with it's Archetypal figures of the High Priestess, Magician, Lord and Ladies, images of Wiccan symbology and ancient meanings from our animal messengers.
The Fairy Cards show us how to live in gentler, more joyful ways, and to find a way to nourish our creativity and playful spirit. Madame Butterfly's guides from the Fairy realm will help you to re-discover your connection to this hidden world of magic and mystery.
Psychometry, or the psychic reading of inanimate objects, such a jewellery, photographs, etc. is another method for giving insightful and personal readings.
Please feel free to bring any objects that you wish to have read during your session.
Reiki and white light healing is given during and throughout the readings, and can be also given via distance healing. Please contact Michelle directly for more information regarding Reiki healing sessions at 705-735-9030 or e-mail at [email protected]
Psychic readings can provide great insight and clarity for the Questioner.
e-mail: [email protected]
This exciting workshop comes to Barrie for one day only with Cree teacher Hector Sackabuckshkum coming from the North to bring his knowledge and teachings to share with us. In this class you will learn how to make your own drum, as well as learning about Native traditional spiritual teachings, songs, ceremonies and stories. There is a very special feeling about making something with your own hands that you can use to make music....don't miss this amazing opportunity!
Price: $225.00 includes all materials for drum
Deadline for registration July 8, 2017
Hector Sackabuckshkum is from a small village called Moose River Crossing. Now residing in Kapuskasing in Northern ON, Hector grew up on the land hunting and trapping, learned about his culture at a very early age, and still practices his traditions and culture today. He is a trained certified counsellor, and as well as a traditional hand drum maker, artist, male traditional pow wow dancer, and pipe carrier. Hector conducts ceremonies, healing circles, and will be available for counselling and healing while he is here in Barrie.
Hosted by Psychic Madame Butterfly's 'Tea-Cups & Tarot' Psychic Tearoom and Studio at The Market, 41 Dunlop St. w., Barrie, Ontario, Canada
"Madame Butterfly is awesome I absolutely loved it. I was able to record our session on my phone and now I can listen to it again so I don't forget everything she told me!!|
June 26, 2016
|amazing reading and bang on. I would definitely go to see her again,"
May 27, 2016
"Absolutely amazing Lady! Excellent at what she does. Xo""
May 27, 2016
I had the pleasure of using this service today. Madame Butterfly is a lovely person. She was professional and made me feel comfortable, reading my angel cards, tarot cards and tea leaves. She has a lovely gift which I was privileged to have shared with me. I would certainly recommend.""
May 20, 2016
Wonderful experience...I was able to push away all stress for the rest of the day and slept like a baby the entire night for the first time in months. I will definitely be back for more!"
April 28, 2016
Had a wonderful couples reading with Psychic Madame Butterfly today! I would highly recommend it. We left feeling refreshed, light and optimistic! Thanks Michelle!
Alison & Brian 04/02/16
BRANDY K. 03/2016
“My visit with Madame Butterfly was amazing! She nailed everything! Very friendly ! Strongly recommend! Will be back!”
SARITA C. 03/2016
DAVE M. 01/2016
“Very welcoming and surprisingly accurate.”
MARY ANN P. 01/2016
“Madam Butterfly is a wonderful patient person who has a gift. She is extremely intuitive. My reading seemed to be extremely accurate with what is current in my life. If you're interested in accuracy I would recommend Madam Butterfly.”
LEANNE C. 01/2016
"Very sweet soul She's got a gift there's no doubt"
..... Jo will have to have another reading party .... again thank you for all of your help and the wonderful reading ..... :) " Colette
-"I would like to first say it was nice to meet you , you have helped pinpoint why I feel the way I do...
I am looking for the change that will happen in my life
I would definitely recommend madame butterfly" Josee
''I'm still processing but the few things I have already make sense to what was said. I would see her again"- Shannon
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The Monarch Butterflies Need Our Help!
Please be aware that we need to help our dear little friends the butterflies especially the beautiful Monarchs, whose numbers have been in decline for decades. The good news is that the last couple of years' efforts to plant milkweed, and even to create a 'Butterfly Highway' all the way across North and South America have already seen positive results! This year the numbers of butterflies have seen an increase! So please keep up the good work and plant milkweed, stop the use of pesticides in your own garden, and create butterfly habitats wherever you can! Thank you for your best efforts!
MONARCH WATCH ANNOUNCES
‘BRING BACK THE MONARCHS’ CAMPAIGN
“In real estate it’s location, location, location and for monarchs and other wildlife it’s habitat, habitat, habitat”, said Chip Taylor, Director of Monarch Watch. Monarch Watch (www.MonarchWatch.org) started in 1992 as an outreach program dedicated to engaging the public in studies of monarchs and is now concentrating its efforts on monarch conservation. “We have a lot of habitat in this country but we are losing it at a rapid pace. Development is consuming 6,000 acres a day, a loss of 2.2 million acres per year. Further, the overuse of herbicides along roadsides and elsewhere is turning diverse areas that support monarchs, pollinators, and other wildlife into grass-filled landscapes that support few species. The adoption of genetically modified soybeans and corn have further reduced monarch habitat. If these trends continue, monarchs are certain to decline, threatening the very existence of their magnificent migration”, said Taylor.
To address these changes and restore habitats for monarchs, pollinators, and other wildlife, Monarch Watch is initiating a nationwide landscape restoration program called “Bring Back The Monarchs.” The goals of this program are to restore 20 milkweed species, used by monarch caterpillars as food, to their native ranges throughout the United States and to encourage the planting of nectar-producing native flowers that support adult monarchs and other pollinators.
This program is an outgrowth of the Monarch Waystation Program started by Monarch Watch in 2005. There are now over 5,000 certified Monarch Waystations – mostly habitats created in home gardens, schoolyards, parks, and commercial landscaping. “While these sites contribute to monarch conservation, it is clear that to save the monarch migration we need to do more,” Taylor said. “ We need to think on a bigger scale and we need to think ahead, to anticipate how things are going to change as a result of population growth, development, changes in agriculture, and most of all, changes in the climate,” said Taylor.
According to Taylor we need a comprehensive plan on how to manage the fragmented edges and marginal areas created by development and agriculture since it is these edges that support monarchs, many of our pollinators, and the many forms of wildlife that are sustained by the seeds, fruits, nuts, berries, and foliage that result from pollination. “In effect,” Taylor argues, “we need a new conservation ethic, one dealing with edges and marginal areas that addresses the changes of the recent past and anticipates those of the future.”