Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
View your shopping cart Shopping Cart | My Account | Help | Become a Fan on Facebook Become a Fan | Follow Us on Twitter Follow Us | Watch Us on YouTube Watch Us | Subscribe to our RSS Feeds Subscribe
Browse ProductsAuthorsArticlesBlogsEncyclopediaNewslettersAffiliate ProgramContact UsBooksellers
Advanced Search
LLEWELLYN JOURNAL
Article Topics
List of Articles
RSS Data Feeds
Mission Statement
Use of Our Articles
Writers' Guidelines

Email Exclusives
Sign up to receive special offers and promotions from Llewellyn.

Get the Latest Issue of New Worlds

May/June 2015 Issue

New Worlds Catalog

Get the FREE app for your tablet and mobile device. Now available in the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store

Also available as a PDF File.

Click for more information about New Worlds or to receive issues via mail.


The Llewellyn Journal
Print this Article Print this Article

White Wolves

This article was written by Doreen O’Hara
posted under

This experience happened high in the mountains in the Flagstaff, Arizona, area at midnight.

I was tired of driving and my children were sleeping beside me as I drove on through the night. I started to get that heavy eyelid feeling more intensely as the twelve o’clock hour approached. I was thinking intensely about the man I loved so dearly; only a day ago we said goodbye in California. Little did I know at the time that I would never see him again.

Suddenly a white wolf ran across the road. I was only going 45 miles an hour, as the night was so black up there in the mountains.

My heart leapt out of me! “Oh, my God,” I prayed, “please don’t have let me hit the wolf.” After I slammed on my brakes, it truly felt as though I had hit something-a thud! I got out and walked around searching the road, looking under the truck, in the back, up ahead as far as I could see-nothing.

I shrugged my shoulders and shook my head from side to side in confusion.

“I need to stop thinking about this man so much,” I remember thinking.

I got in the pickup and started down the road. One mile down the road I swerved-a white wolf lay dead in the road. Now I was really baffled! A couple of miles down the road I pulled over at a rest stop and fell into a deep sleep. The next morning I woke up to a picture drawn in the frost in the window. A man (a sick man), a house, and two trees. I studied the picture for quite some time.

At that moment I asked myself why I was heading back to the Midwest, leaving the man I wanted desperately to marry. But I proceeded due east, back to my roots. I would call him when I got back to the Midwest.

During my journey, I pondered on that white wolf as much as the man I loved. During the months that followed we made plans for him to come to the Midwest. One year later, just about the time he was going to come to South Dakota, I received a phone call. His best friend had stabbed him and he died one minute later.-Pamela Krommendyk, Lawrence, Kans.


Please note that the use of Llewellyn Journal articles
is subject to certain Terms and Conditions

When I ask people about their dreams, many times they will recount experiences of crazy landscapes where anything can happen (and probably will). But more often than not, what I hear about is the regularly recurring, repetitive dream that has haunted the dreamer their entire life; I hear over and over again from people that they "always dream of... read this article
5 Ways to Heal with the Wheel of the Year
5 Simple and Instant Creativity Boosts
Reading Tarot Cards: Divining Our Life Path
Ghost-Hunting at the Old Charleston Jail
Visualization for People Who Have Trouble Visualizing

Most recent posts:
The Soul Needs Time
Nancy Antenucci’s book Psychic Tarot is filled with great ways to enhance your connection to the cards and to spirit. It is also filled with...

The Art of Changing
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Tiffany Lazic, author of the new The Great Work: Self-Knowledge and Healing Through the Wheel of the...

Using Imagery for Manifestation
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Melissa Harris, author of the new 99 Keys to a Creative Life. I hope this writing finds you in a...





Where You End Where You End
By: Anna Pellicioli
Price: $9.99 US,  $11.50 CAN
The Natural Psychic The Natural Psychic
Ellen Dugan's Personal Guide to the Psychic Realm

By: Ellen Dugan
Price: $16.99 US,  $19.50 CAN
Easy Tarot Easy Tarot
Learn to Read the Cards Once and For All!

By: Josephine Ellershaw, Ciro Marchetti
Price: $19.95 US,  $21.95 CAN
Secret of the Sevens Secret of the Sevens
By: Lynn Lindquist
Price: $11.99 US,  $13.95 CAN
Lughnasadh Lughnasadh
Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Lammas

By: Llewellyn, Melanie Marquis
Price: $11.99 US,  $13.95 CAN