The ***STAR*** (c)Doug Coulter 7/96 "All Rights Reserved"
I have used the star three times in my life and it has worked all three times.
I used it when my parents died and in July of l996 when I lost my Golden Retriever Tammy.
Part of the blood that flows through my body is Native American,and the Star was told to me years ago by a wise old lady.
I have felt the pain first hand of loosing a Golden and feel I must share the Star with other Golden owners in their time of need.
When someone leaves this earth they must take a very long and lonely journey,what I am going to tell you is how to find out if that journey was successful.
You must have loved your dog when he was alive and upon his death feel as if your heart has been ripped from your body.
The star will not work if it's a false gesture on your part.
You must follow the steps exactly the way I will tell you to find that star.
Go into the night the first clear night you have in your area.
Go to a spot you and your dog used to go.
Close your eyes and talk to your dog as if he is sitting right by your side,don't rush it, tears will flow like a giant river.
All at once you will feel a very strange sensation,it will feel as if the dog is sitting right by your side.
At that moment open your eyes and look to the sky,look all over ,but mostly in the North,Northeast portion.
All at once you will see the brightest and warmest star in the sky,it will be the one blinking.
It will draw your attention to it.
At that moment close your eyes,then open them again and if you see that star again it is you dog telling you that he has had a successful journey.
That star will stay in the same spot night after night until your grieving is over,then it will disappear- never to be seen by you again until you too have made that successful journey.
When your journey is complete,you too will put your star in the sky.
Codokas Goldens&Dog Training
Past Home Of: U-CDX -TAMARA OF DOC'S MONTY- CDX ,S-CDX, CGC, REGISTERED THERAPY DOG(Our Little ***STAR***.) 11-9-85 to 7-19-96 Waiting patiently for me at the bridge. I still miss you,I still love you,and the hurt is still there.
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