Spirit communication and the way it’s transmitted to the medium can rely heavily upon the personality of the spirit person. Clairvoyant images are one way in which a spirit person’s personality can shine through. .
Some spirit people may use photographs, some may use cartoons or drawings, some may replay scenes as if the medium is watching a movie, and some may physically act out what they are trying to say (such as pretending to jump rope or dancing, for example). It can be easy for the medium to get the point wrong sometimes, as it’s very much like playing charades or Pictionary, depending on the mode of clairvoyance used, and the spirit person really has to think on his/her feet!
A couple nights ago, I was participating in an exercise with a small group of other mediums. A spirit communicator showed me an image of a drawing of a human skeleton with the skeleton’s arm detached. I interpreted this as him trying to tell me that he’d broken his arm at one point. So I told his loved one that, but also shared the image he was giving me. He hadn’t broken an arm. I had been wrong. But. He’d had a tattoo (I.e. a drawing). Of a skeleton. On his arm. And he hadn’t been able to have it completed - he passed before the tattoo was finished. After hearing that, I totally should have caught on to that! How intelligent of him! : He specifically detached the skeleton’s arm to tell me 1) it was literally on an arm and 2) the skeleton had been incomplete, as if it had been missing a limb. Plus, a tattoo is obviously a drawing. Duh, Mary, right? 🤦♀️
But this got me thinking. If I were playing charades or Pictionary and I needed to communicate “unfinished skeleton tattoo on an arm”...how would I do it? How would you do it? I really don’t know. There’s countless possibilities, right? Thus, the spirit people truly do have to think on their feet sometimes - AND try to play into the personality, vantage points, and frame of references of the medium as best they can. So, there is definitely room for the medium to ‘mess up’ interpretations. Just like we all do in Charades, Pictionary, or even just everyday miscommunication with people in our lives. - 3 hours ago