Ancestor Spirits Want an Offering at Native American Ruins | Hovenweep UT | Psychic Road Trip S01E13

Ancestor Spirits Want an Offering at Native American Ruins | Hovenweep UT | Psychic Road Trip S01E13


While I was walking around
I think it was suggested to me that I make an offering
of tobacco or something but I didn’t have tobacco. I actually had some beef jerky so I took that out. My impulse was to wrap it in bark. So I don’t know.
I’ve never done that before, so I’m assuming that was
something I was told to do. (fun music) In case you’re just joining us,
I’m Brett. I’m a psychic medium. I can hear, see, and feel the other side. I also use EVP audio to help supplement
and validate what I pick up psychically. The U.S. is about the same size as Europe but we don’t realize how varied
the terrain or culture is across our country
or how far apart everything is. I embrace it all. I love something about everywhere I visit. The people, the open spaces, parks, cities, quirky weird spots. Even the generic, super-normal
mega-centers. I’ve spent the last couple of days
riding through some gorgeous country. Through rain, cold, hot.
Over hills, across mountains. On fun curvy roads. Through farms, forests, canyons,
and into the desert. (washing machine keeping
time with the music) Once I stop and find lodging,
I’ve got chores to do. In Monticello, Utah I happen
to be next to a laundromat so instead of sink washing and line drying, I throw all of the clothes
that I’m not wearing while doing laundry
into a machine. That’s two of my three shirts, my two shorts,
three underwear, three pairs of socks
and one beanie. The past two nights
have been uneventful although last night I meditated
and some unfamiliar being showed up and did some healing on me. Then at some point I recorded video where it’s just a black screen,
the sound of rustling, and the only thing I say is,
“Weird sh*t tonight.” I have no idea what that was about. I’m at, I don’t know, five thousand, six thousand feet. So I’m kind of out of my element. Let’s see, is there
a place where I can rest my arm? All right, so I’m running into
some issues here. I’m at Hovenweep National Monument. or Hovenweep Monument. It’s a bunch of Ute and Paiute ruins. Hold on a second. There’s evidence that people have been here at Hovenweep since 6000 BC with different groups occupying
then leaving the canyon over the years. By the 1850s, when Ute
and Navajo guides took a Mormon explorer so he could
“discover” the place, it was deserted and considered haunted
by local tribes. Hovenweep means “deserted valley”
in the Ute language so that’s probably not what the
original residents called their home. We also don’t really know
what purposes the towers or other structures had. There’s a lot we don’t know about
Hovenweep. And who “the last Ute” is? Once again, I have no idea.
But I’m happy to have him along. OK, so I’m at the Hovenweep ruins
and I’m running into issues because it’s hard for me to figure out
how to record. How to do video and tune in. So when I get to a place,
sometimes I need to spend some time to meditate and open up. And usually I just pop right open and
there are folks around ready to talk to me and I’m not ready to film yet. So I’ve been kind of running into issues. I’m like, “OK, can you wait?” Because a lot of times they’ll talk to me,
give me the information and then they’re gone
or I’m losing the information. It’s really quick. So the thing I’m running into is how do I manage this? So as soon as I got here,
a woman showed up. I’m guessing a Ute woman. And she was gonna guide me around
and I was like, “OK, hold up.” And then there was also somebody presenting themselves as (bleep) or calling themselves (bleep) and they were with me the whole time. It was a playful energy. There are issues with… They aren’t sure what
these towers are for and I’ve been kind of looking at them and trying to get information. And I think my knowledge is getting in the way
of information that I might be being told. But I feel like they’re energy centers. And if you look at the topography… A lot of times the topography of an area shows energy centers. Right here, it’s like there’s a tower
right at the mouth of a cave and I’m assuming there’s some sort of energy
in the cave. And then next to that tower
there’s the castle and there’s another house on the other side and so what we’ve got are
three things in a row and the tower is inside a canyon and I feel like, OK, if you can get
up to a certain point, maybe that’s where they felt the energy
would be strongest. So actually, building up to the center of
that power. The other thing that
it could possibly be is some sort of protective area to protect that little spot because that seems to be
where the spring is that feeds, that gives this area its water or gives the tribe its water. A family unit? I don’t know. One thing that’s weird is… usually with vortexes and stuff people say that you’ll see
that the trees and stuff are all twisted. And there are different kinds
of vortex energy, different kinds of portals and stuff like that and I’m not seeing anything
like that. I’m not actually feeling anything with
those kinds of energies. Yah, interesting spot.
Let me see if I can connect. Yah, this woman’s like in her 30s, 40s. This woman is in her 30s or 40s. A little on the heavy side. Super energetic, like young feeling. She’s presented herself as older also,
I think. like in her 50s, 60s. I don’t know, I can’t tell ages. But she was gonna show me around and I was kind of like, “OK, hold off” and I was looking for the perfect
spot to shoot and it didn’t happen. So if you could tell me,
I’ve got a microphone on. If you could come in and tell me,
really closely, what the towers are for. Tell me about the place. I can listen later.
It works like a phonograph. I’m hearing people. Something is squeaking over there
so we can disregard that as a communication from them. I felt the need to make an offering
while I was walking around. I think it was suggested to me that I make an offering
of tobacco or something but I didn’t have tobacco. I actually had some beef jerky
so I I took that out and my impulse was to wrap it in bark. So there was a little piece of bark
and I wrapped it up and set it on a rock with
another rock on top of it. I don’t know.
I’ve never done that before so I’m assuming that was something
I was told to do or it was suggested that I do that. But yah, I always try to be respectful
and honor whoever is with me. I did hear, like, ancestors. You know, they called… I was asking, “OK, am I open?”
and I was getting like ancestor,
ancestor kind of talk. They called me “boy.”
That was how they referred to me. They referred to me as “boy.” All right, do you have any other messages? Any other things to say? All right, thank you for working with me. I’m gonna go try another set or ruins. On the way out of the canyon.
I hear the laughter of a teenage boy’s spirit. I’m stepping through where they dumped
their trash and sewage. He thinks it’s hilarious. And at the parking lot I’m joined by two crows. Are these spirit animals,
or what they call the mascots? Or are they ancestor spirits
somehow merged with crows? Or are they just birds hanging around a parking lot
hoping for a snack? As you guessed,
I don’t know. And as usual, I’m in too much of a rush to stay and talk
or find out more. I’m compelled to push forward. Whether it’s through my own desire
to see what’s over the horizon or a nudge from the other side, I’m always quick to be back on the road. If you have information or insights
about what the other side is saying or talking about,
please tell us in the comments or send me a message. I’d love to hear what you’ve got to say and thanks for watching.

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