Because Ayla's case is still not solved I can only guess that the information that police needed to find Ayla was not in this particular report. Does that mean that the psychic who sent me the information is a fraud or a fake? Absolutely not. It just means that either he interpreted the information incorrectly or it was not sent to him in a way that he was able to decipher or that LE was not able find Ayla using that information at this time. Some of you have asked to see the full report and I am providing it for you HERE or below. I will warn you, it is long. 50 pages long but it is very interesting and I think that by making it available to the public, it may help jog someone's memory and maybe that person will send a tip in to LE and help break this case wide open. The final report is in the front and it also includes how he came the final conclusion that he did as well as background information. Here are two other sites that were brought to my attention. They both are blogs by tarot card readers and both offer a different insight on what could have happened to Ayla. Psychic Tarot Insights and SolarSpectrum Tarot
|What The Van the Witness Saw Looked Like|
Another thing I wanted to mention is that there will be a prayer vigil for Ayla on April 19th. It doesn't matter who is hosting it, it is for Ayla and regardless of who is a "Trista Supporter" or a "Justin Supporter" until Ayla is found and brought home, aren't we all "Ayla Supporters" first and foremost? I have said this before and I think it needs repeating, just because someone supports Justin and thinks he is innocent does not make them wrong nor are the people who look at the evidence and think Justin is guilty wrong. I have always welcomed open debate on this site and I think that some people do not and will not post their true feelings because they feel they will be accused of being someone they are not. I think rational discussion of the evidence and each person's viewpoint can be very insightful. Not everyone is going to agree but that does not warrant name calling or personal insults. I have too many people that come on the site only to personally bash me so I know how it feels. I don't want JusticeForAyla to be that kind of blog.
Courtesy of TTLOM facebook page
I do think Justin is guilty, in the very least of knowing more than he is telling LE. I also think Trista is innocent but if I was close minded to listening to all evidence and viewing it only in order to build my case against Justin, I would be doing Ayla a major disservice. I do not view supporters of Justin as the "enemy" I respect their perspective on the case and respect their opinion. The issues I have/had with TTLOM were not because of who they support or how they view the information provided in the case. I am not going to get into those issues in this thread, they have already been hashed out once, but I can say I have seen a postive change over there and they have done a lot recently to get Ayla's name out to a wider audience.
I do have an issue with JSTL however and I think they are trying to pit the Justin Supporters against the Trista Supporters and some of us have forgotten that we are Ayla supporters first and by playing into their drama, we are not putting Ayla first. I am confident in the discovery of who JSTL is and knowing that they do not have a personal tie to this case, I am also confident that they inserted themselves into this case because they view it as a game, they enjoy seeing the hate and discontent and both sides played right into their hands.
It has been frustrating with no new evidence being released and no one coming forward to speak out for Ayla. We are starting to lose hope and for Ayla's sake, we cannot. We have to stay strong and remain hopeful. We have to remain vigilant and look for her everywhere we go. We need to be aware of our surroundings when out hiking, fishing, and camping in the upcoming months. We need to continue to put up posters and keep Ayla's name and picture in the community. I will not stop until she is home, whether that is a week from now or 5 years from now. Ayla did not disappear. She is somewhere. She did not vanish without a trace or any witnesses. Someone knows where she is. And because of those two things right there, there is hope. There is always hope.
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