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The Psychic Sense Of Smell

Get a FREE psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comDid you know that someone who passed on can communicate with us using our sense of smell. I have heard of people smelling cigars and flowers, or even peppermint sticks.

I experienced this phenomenon myself on the Bicentennial weekend of July 4th, 1976. My grandfather who passed years before always smoked those little cigars that had a sweet smell, and when he came over and spend the weekend he would smoke them. And the same with my father; he was also a cigar smoker. I can remember that smell like it was yesterday, but oddly the smell would not have the same flavor as my grandfather’s cigar smoke. We always knew when my dad had lit a cigar, because it would give off that one specific smell.

Well, on that July 4th weekend I started to notice that smell from my grandfather cigars, which was very different from my dad’s smoke. I was talking to my father in the kitchen and it was like all of a sudden I got a very strong smell of my grandfather’s cigar smoke. My dad asked me what was wrong and I said I smelled grandpa’s cigar smoke! He look at me like I was nuts, but I said very loudly, “It’s right here, don’t you smell it?” As time went on the smell got stronger and stronger. Finally, my dad also smelled grandpa’s cigar smoke.

We have seen that sensations of smell do not admit of accurate classification. They occupy a relatively small place in the mental life of most persons. In the case of many brutes, however, we find that smell is the most accurate sense. The dog will recognize his master and track game most easily by the odor ~ Reuben Post Halleck

Many years after my parents had passed away, I began to notice that the smell of them is always around me. Now it is getting to the point where, when I do psychic readings, I start to share different type of smells I get that my spirit guide would like me to share with my clients. I pick up all types of smells and mostly it when I do love readings. There had been many times that I can smell a man’s aftershave or a woman’s perfume, telling them what to expect. I give them a date when I feel they will experience the smell. I had got many calls after confirming that they were outside mowing the lawn, or they might be at the mall, and they would suddenly get the smell of that person they called me about.

I have really come to understand that psychic smell comes in to everyone’s life for a reason. Now I use this as a tool when I do readings. When you smell something that reminds you of a loved one who passed on, they are just letting you know they are there to protect you and support you.

About The Author: Raymond

Growing up on the streets of Columbus Ohio, Raymond learned at a very young age that he was gifted in many ways, including the ability to read someone's eyes and using a regular deck of playing cards to read the future! His mother was from a Native American family, namely the Black Foot tribe, and his father was German. Raymond discovered that both sides of his family had a psychic legacy. Over the years he has gained additional knowledge from books and by talking to trusted family members. Raymond has been doing psychic reading for others for over 3 decades, and over the years he gained many loyal clients from all walks of life. Visit Raymond for a reading at

One Response to The Psychic Sense Of Smell

  • Thank you Raymond.. After my mother passed away I smelled very strong scents of flowers. We shared the love of flowers. Once I was passing a grocery store and talking about my mother to a friend. All of a sudden I smelled lilacs, one of our favourite flowers, and this was before lilacs were in bloom. Then one day I was missing her and I opened the window. A great whoosh of floral scent entered and then it dissipated. My ex partner who had passed away a month and a half after my mother was a heavy smoker. We had an understanding that whenever I visited him he had to refrain from smoking while I was there. So after he passed I used to smell tobacco smells at the oddest times. He sadly died of emphysema.

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