Pearl is a “money spirit” in the respect that she will bring her keeper good luck in money and all financial matters. She also brings you good luck in sales, so whether you have your own retail business or you’re trying to sell a house or a car, Pearl is in your corner.
If you adopt Pearl, you will be her second keeper. Her precious keeper passed away over the summer.
Pearl was good at manifesting money when she needed more in two of her past three lives. In her most recent past life, she was actually a stockbroker who helped hundreds of people gain financial independence and earned a good living for herself, as well.
In this most recent past life, she was a woman who passed away at the age of 92 without ever having married or having children, but it wasn’t because she didn’t want a family. She simply didn’t make time for dating. She loves kids and animals of all kinds. One possible obstacle you’d have if you wanted to adopt her, however, would be if you have a loud household she does not care to be around yelling and screaming or super loud music.
Pearl’s favorite offerings are cereal, (dry), bells, any kind of chewy candy such as Swedish fish or gummies, and anything green or gold in color.
PLEASE READ TO THE END BEFORE INQUIRING!
Our terms of service apply to ALL spirits up for adoption, including (and especially) Arcturian spirits, so be sure to read them thoroughly before you even inquire with us about them. Emails sent to us asking us if we can “hold” a Spirit for you, or asking us about anything else that is already outlined in our TOS, will not get a response.
Please feel free to ask any questions AFTER you have read these terms in the link above.
The adoption fees are set based on the trouble we had to go through to obtain each Spirit’s vessel, and/or the price we had to pay the previous holder of the vessel.
We traveled around the world to collect some of these vessels. Others came to us by the Spirit within them communicating with their previous holders to encourage them to find us and other trustworthy spirit foster homes. We say “holders”, because most of them were not their actual keepers. Instead, they inherited the vessels when a loved one passed away who was their true previous keeper.