RIP our beautiful Queen
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RIP our beautiful Queen
This is last nights footage. We’ve tried to upload it to Facebook ever since we finished the investigation but it’s not happening so we’ve had to upload it to YouTube instead. Head over to watch it and also check out our other great videos.
Really bad signal here
So we will film everything as tho we are live and post as soon as we have any signal
See you all soon
Some of the team will be out live tonight at 9pm at a place with historical ghosts and a dark secrets
Join us live at 9pm
Thank you very much for the lovely Birthday Messages, I’m not around as much these days but I still always appreciate everyone of you …. Thank you 🙏🏼 K 💜💜💜
Please join us in wishing our investigator Karen a huge Happy birthday 🎂🎁✨️
Have a great day from all of team Axiom Xx
Today we place in our thoughts the 22 victims of the arena bombing 5 years ago
And also we remember fusilier Lee Rigby taken away 9 years ago today
Sleep in peace, always in our thoughts all of you
When wayne and Simon say.... its just round here keep walking ...
Live in 5 team chat and we have guests...
Hiya... join us live tonight for a team chat at 9pm
See you all later
So today, myself and Simon went on a little road trip to check out some paranormal places for the team to investigate, along the way we paid a visit to the famous Lancashire witch grave of Meg Shelton.
Here's a little video to show you all this famous resting place
Shell and Simon
So true ...
From all at
Goodnight and rest well to all our friends and followers
From all at
Tonight the team are heading to a place with history of many different forms of paranormal phenomena, from witches to werewolves, spirits of unrest to satanic worship
Who or what will be waiting for the team in the dark
Join them live tonight
Turn on notifications get your devices charged and earphones ready
See you all later
Happy Friday the 13th guys
Who would like to see the team live this weekend?
Good morning everyone 👋🏻.
Our live stream didn’t go quite as expected on Saturday and that was purely due to signal. We understand that it can be frustrating when you tune in to watch and then can’t because of connection errors but we really do try our best to get you with us. However, here is some footage from the night.
Thank you to all of you who were patient with us on Saturday. 👻
Short video of our investigation of a well known abandoned farm house.
Well sometimes things don't go to plan, we spent a good hour trying to find the 2nd location but no luck but we will find it and will be live there for you in the near future.
A video of tonights first location will be uploaded soon.
Shell found her brew ☕️ 🤣
Had to start early as really bad signal, so had to get what footage recorded we could.
This will be available very soon.
Off to location number 2 hopefully better signal at the next one... see you all soon ..
New location for the team
Live around 9pm
Be our ears and eyes as we enter into the unknown, message the team live if you see hear or feel anything around them.
See you all tonight
We are live this Saturday from this great location. Join us as we investigate. 👻
Sometimes visiting future locations is almost as exciting as the investigations themselves.
Hi everybody just wanted to pop on and update you.
Sorry we have not been out and about investigating and the page being very quiet. unfortunately a few members of the team have been quite poorly and yes one caught the dreaded Covid virus very recently.
Anyway I'm pleased to say that all are recovering slowly and are hoping to be back out very soon.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding it means so much to us
Keep an eye on the page as to when we will be out and about doing what we love to do.
In the mean time take care and we hope to see you very soon
xx D ❤️
Thank you everyone for my birthday wishes as it means a lot. We will catch you all again very soon.
Mr Shell (Simon) 😊
Please join us in wishing our very own
Investigator Simon, aka Mr Shell
A massive happy birthday from all of us at team Axiom
Have a read of this interesting article I have come across and tell me your thoughts in the comment box below this post
Hope everyone is well.
I have just come across this interesting article thats all over the media at the moment.
An ancient Japanese boulder that has entombed a 1000 year old demon, has cracked open.
Read the full article here, and tell me your thoughts in my comments below.
See you all soon
Please join us in wishing our lovely investigator Donna, a huge Happy birthday.
Love from all of Team Axiom
Please join us and wish our amazing investigator Wayne a massive happy birthday 🎂🎁🥳
From all of your team
We are BACK... AXIOM ARE INVESTIGATING TOMORROW NIGHT
We are investigating a VERY historic building, well known for its paranormal activity
The team will ONLY be live in our private group due to copywrite restrictions and respect for the building.
Come and join us as a virtual investigator for this paranormal live..
If you would like to watch us 9pm Sunday 27th
Head over and join the group, accept the terms and conditions and a team member will approve your request.
Click link below...
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KEEP WATCHING THIS PAGE....
Hello everybody we hope you have all had a wonderful valentines 💝
Just popping on to let you know we are hoping to be back out investigating very soon
In the mean time keep well keep safe and we will see you all very soon
Xx Team Axiom xx
Message to our fans xx
Please join me in wishing our very own Zoe a happy birthday
With love from all the Team Axiom xx
Great news 💀🖤
Guess who’s back, back again….
A huge thank you to North Yorkshire Police for locating and returning Elizabeth to us!
Firstly thank you for all your continued support throughout the last year, you guys have kept us going through difficult times, we haven't been out as much as we have wanted to be, due to covid and other issues that have arisen.
But we are back bigger and better in 2022 with many locations already planned and at some point in the new year we will be taking a few of you on investigations with the team.. watch this space
So HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU
LOVE FROM ALL THE TEAM
Merry Christmas to everyone
Love from all of team Axiom
Wow... thank you so much for all the beautiful birthday messages.
From the bottom of my heart... thank you ❤😊😘
Join me in wishing our very own Shell a big Happy Birthday
We hope you have a wonderful day
From all the team
Thank you we shall never forget
From around 8.30pm on this page
Tonight the team will be inside a location that's been visited by paranormal TV shows
The team will be going up high, and down in the ground
What awaits them? Who awaits them?
The team are ready..
ARE YOU READY?
See you all later
I hope you all had a great Halloween and was also able to watching our latest video on YouTube from this amazing location. We were joined by Jamie & Marie from Access Paranormal Radio & Podcast. The Galleries Of Justice is most definitely one place I'd love to do again. 👻
Happy Halloween! Our latest video is ready for you to watch over on YouTube. This is our Halloween special, hope you all enjoy. 🎃
We bring you The Galleries Of Justice (National Justice Museum) as our 2021 Halloween special. 🎃HAPPY HALLOWEEN 🎃
1 Day to Halloween 🎃
The Eve of Hallows Eve
*TOMORROW WILL BE ALL ABOUT THE HALLOWEEN SPECIAL SO KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED FOR THE POST”
There are all sorts of ways to call forth ancestors at this time of year, but I think this one has to be my favourite 🖤
“Lay a plate for me”
If you wish to link with your ancestors generally, or with a specific family member, you may find this a good time of year to begin your journey. Ancestral ghosts aren’t by any means necessarily fearful. Love is the most powerful connecting force, guiding souls through the Veil and helping the living and the dead to make contact. There are various ways you can attune, getting closer to ancestors who have recently passed, and those who are more distant.
Intention, as always, is the key to success. Be clear with yourself exactly to whom you wish to attune. This could be someone close to you who is recently deceased, it may be a long-gone soul who feels important (such as a famous ancestor, or someone who had a significant impact on family destiny) or something more amorphous, such as a tribe, or race. However, if the latter, you would still hope to connect with an individual, as representative of the culture, for simplicity.
Try to saturate your awareness with reminders of the person or culture. There are various ways you can achieve this:
Carry photos with you at all times. Whenever you have a moment, look into the eyes of the person in the photo and ask them to communicate with you
Collect pictures of the places they would have lived and worked. This is especially important if you are making a connection with a culture. For instance, if you want to draw close to Viking ancestry, look at pictures of their ships, their homeland and artefacts
Investigate the history of the period they lived. What were the main events? What were the living conditions? How would all of this have impacted on them?
Find out as much as you can about the person’s life, and also their circumstances. Where did they live? What did they eat?
Where did they sleep? What did they wear? Fill in as many small details as you can – for instance, what cup might they have drunk from?
Think about what you know of their joys and sorrows. Were they successful and happy? Did they experience good luck or tragedy? How must that have felt?
If you can, find out if there is anything that they owned still in existence. If possible, obtain things that they owned or used. Hold them or use them yourself
Go to where they lived. Walk the paths they trod. Imagine how these places looked ‘back in the day’
When you’ve done as much as you can to get information, compile this into a journal or scrapbook. Leaf through this last thing before you go to sleep, and note your dreams. These may have bearing on your connection.
LAY A PLACE AT TABLE
One of the most vivid ways to bring your ancestor into the room is to lay a place for them at table. Serve their favourite food and imagine a conversation with them. This is best done with family or close friends. Don’t forget that having a good laugh is very healthy.
After the meal, resist the temptation to eat their plateful! Don’t even give it to the dog. In traditional belief, they have absorbed the ‘energy’ of the food, and it should now be returned straight to the earth, by burying or throwing into a running stream.
You and your children can make an offering for departed pets by leaving some dog food outside on Halloween night, many night creatures appreciate this offering. Be careful what you put outside - don’t put out bread and milk as this is fatal to hedgehogs - and we love hedgehogs!
2 Days to Halloween 🎃
The Grim Reaper
So let’s start off with the meaning of the name “Grim Reaper”
Dutch: nickname for a dour and forbidding person, from Middle Dutch grim, grem 'stern', 'severe'. English: nickname with the same meaning as 1, from Old English grim 'fierce', 'grim'. Respelling of German Grimm.
The noun reaper refers to a person who harvests crops. ... Reap means "to cut grain with a hook or sickle." This might remind you of the Grim Reaper, the personification of death in art, movies, and stories, who is shown carrying a sickle and is said to be the harvester of souls
So where does the Grim Reaper come from, why is he an image associated with the end of life…
In the Judeo-Christian religion, Michael is the angel of death, and is often shown carrying the souls of all the deceased to heaven. It was commonly believed that Michael descended at the hour of death, and gave each soul the chance to redeem itself and be rescued from the clutches of the devil:
The image of the Christian Angel of Death was widely established throughout Europe by the Middle Ages. Then came the Black Death. This was one of the deadliest pandemics in human history and a mood of morbidity hung over the whole of society. It’s not surprising that artists conjured a physical image to represent the predominant emotion. Death now began to appear as a hideous skeleton rather than an angel, and is often shown holding a dart, crossbow or some other weapons which he used to strike down his victims:
Over time, these implements of death were replaced with a scythe, and paintings showed the figure of Death mowing down souls as if they were grain. It was even thought that Death could tempt people to the grave; pictures of the ‘Danse Macabre’, the allegorical concept of the all-conquering and equalising power of death, show skeletons dancing and cavorting with living people:
It wasn’t too long after this that the Grim Reaper took on the final appearance we usually associate him with today. The black cloak had long been part of the mourning dress at funerals; the scythe was common in an agrarian society where harvesting represented the death of another year. The Grim Reaper also clutched an hourglass, symbolising the fleeting passage of time, letting us know that our days are numbered:
Today, the image of the Grim Reaper has become fully ingrained in the cultural collective. He speaks to everyone not only as a warning of the fleeting nature of life, but also a reminder to make the most of whatever time we may have allocated to us.
3 Days to Halloween 🎃
(better late than never)
⚠️ If you own an Elsa doll and are easily spooked you maybe shouldn’t read this 😆
The Haunted Doll
When you think of haunted dolls, it’s likely the creepy old Victorian-looking porcelain kind that springs to mind. None of which you probably have laying around. Still, don’t get too comfortable around any kids toys too soon, though: a Disney’s Frozen Elsa doll that was gifted for Christmas 2013 in the Houston area made headlines earlier this year when it seemingly became haunted.
The family decided to throw the creepy doll out in December of 2019. Weeks later, they found it inside a bench in their living room. “The kids insisted they didn’t put it there, and I believed them because they wouldn’t have dug through the garbage outside,” Madonia told KPRC2 Houston News.
At that point, Elsa ceased to sing the English rendition of “Let It Go” altogether, speaking only Spanish when pressed. The family then double-bagged the bizarre doll and placed it at the bottom of their garbage which was taken out on garbage day. They went on a trip shortly after, but when they returned, Elsa too had come back, and was waiting in the backyard of their home.
This time, the family mailed Elsa to a family friend in Minnesota, who taped the haunted doll to the front bumper of his truck. It doesn’t seem to have made its way back to Houston yet, as per Madonia’s latest February Facebook update on the creepy doll.
Had to post this, I love it 😆🖤
4 Days to Halloween 🎃
Is this week of Halloween fun happening in your home right now, if so I’m sure it involves brainstorming spooky costumes to trying out pumpkin carving ideas with our kids, eating unfathomable amounts of Halloween treats, candy, and chocolate and indulging in everything pumpkin-spice-flavored, there's so much to anticipate during this spooky fun October holiday.
This spooky holiday simply never gets old. The littlest ones get a chance to dress up and go trick-or-treating, and parents have an excuse to sip on a boo-zy Halloween drink But in the midst of the Halloween party games and sugar rushes, have you ever wondered about the origin and history of Halloween?
Here’s a little info on Halloween's origin and meaning. After all, this old-fashioned holiday actually dates back many, many years. It's a lot older than you might think! And as for the witches and ghouls that you associate with it? They're part of the story, too. Here's a tale of how Halloween came to be.
You already know that Halloween takes place on the last day of October, but here's something you might not know: The word itself literally means "hallowed evening," and was known to early European celebrators as All Hallows' Eve. All Hallows' Eve (October 31) pagan origin and All Saints' Day (November 1) Christian origin both paid homage to saints ("hallows" = saints). The name was eventually shortened to "Halloween," which we know and love to this day.
The pagan and Christian occasions hadn't always been back-to-back, though. Up until the 7th century CE, All Hallow's Eve fell actually on May 13. Perhaps in an attempt to offset the occasion with a religious celebration, Pope Boniface IV ultimately made the call to change the observance to its current November 1 date.
Halloween falls on October 31 because the ancient Gaelic festival of Samhain, considered the earliest known root of Halloween, occurred on this day. It marked a pivotal time of year when seasons changed, but more importantly, observers also believed the boundary between this world and the next became especially thin at this time, enabling them to connect with the dead, their ancestors and family.
The early pagan holiday of Samhain involved a lot of ritualistic ceremonies to connect to spirits, many believe the Celts celebrated in costume, as a disguise against ghosts, enjoyed special Samhain feasts, and made lanterns by hollowing out gourds, that’s where we goy the Jack-o-lantern and pumpkin carving from. Over time, as Christianity took over and the pagan undertones of the holiday were lessened, the basic traditions of the holiday remained a part of pop culture every year; they simply evolved and modernized.
The mystical rituals of earlier times evolved into more lighthearted fun and games. For example, the somewhat heavy concept of connecting to the dead was replaced with the more lighthearted idea of telling the future. Bobbing for apples, for example, became popular as a fortune-telling game on All Hallows' Eve: Apples would be selected to represent all of a woman's suitors, and the guy—the apple—she ended up biting into would supposedly represent her future husband.
I’m saying this there is still quite a few that prefer the old ways and the original meaning and celebrations and to do so in peace it’s usually kept between themselves.
Another popular All Hallows' Eve ritual was mirror-gazing, or mirror scrying as people hoped to catch a vision of their future by looking into the mirror. There are also reports of fortune-cookie-like favors being given out during earlier times. People wrote messages on pieces of paper in milk, and the notes were then folded and placed into walnut shells. The shells would be heated over a fire, causing the milk to brown just enough for the message to mystically appear on the paper for the recipient. I personally love this.
Many people were said to dress up as saints and recite songs or verses door to door. Children would also go door to door asking for "soul cakes," a treat similar to biscuits. The candy-giving concept also became mainstream in the U.S. in the early to mid-1900s, during which families would provide treats to children in hopes that they would be immune to any Halloween pranks.
As for the costumes, they evolved, too. While they began as earnest tributes to saints, that tradition likely fell out of favor at some point…until young Scottish and Irish pranksters got the idea to dress up in scary-looking costume as a way to spook unsuspecting neighbors. And just like that, thanks to these local pranksters , Halloween costumes became scary, spooky, funny, and creative all at the same time.
Halloween remained a very popular holiday in America today, but it actually almost didn't make it across the Atlantic. The Puritans were disapproving of the holiday's pagan roots, so they didn't take part in the celebrations. But once Irish and Scottish immigrants began to arrive in America in greater numbers, the holiday made its way back.
So there you go, there’s so many trails we can take going off all that, going into different stories but I hope that explains a little about where Halloween came from.
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So today, myself and Simon went on a little road trip to check out some paranormal places for the team to investigate, along the way we paid a visit to the famous Lancashire witch grave of Meg Shelton. Here's a little video to show you all this famous resting place Shell and Simon Axiom
**** INVESTIGATION*** Hi guys, We are BACK... AXIOM ARE INVESTIGATING TOMORROW NIGHT We are investigating a VERY historic building, well known for its paranormal activity The team will ONLY be live in our private group due to copywrite restrictions and respect for the building. Come and join us as a virtual investigator for this paranormal live.. If you would like to watch us 9pm Sunday 27th Head over and join the group, accept the terms and conditions and a team member will approve your request. Click link below... https://www.facebook.com/groups/583763028733852/?ref=share
This is the Bate Hall in Macclesfield. Such a great location and holds lot’s of history. Ben is alone, seeing if any spirits will come and communicate with him. Was he really alone?..👻 See the full video over on YouTube. (Mr Shell)
I have put a small video together of some of the places we have investigated, hope you like it, Wayne. No copyright intended.
So he liked to call himself “The Beast” that was fine, we referred to him as that BUT one thing you will notice... the word DEMON was never mentioned. Don’t be too quick to pull that Demon card as you’ll more than likely be disappointed as more times than enough it’s just a DARK SPIRIT......Remember, the dark side often helps you see the light 👻🖤
WOW! .... so who watched Saturdays investigation at the very old pub with a dark attachment, remember the “Mirror Room” and some of the team connected with “The Beast” as he liked to be called. Well after going through footage a couple of times like we do as so much is missed on real time, listen to this. Donna asks who brought him, he tells us WHAT brought him..... listen carefully, if this isn’t spot on relevance I don’t know what is. Safe to say Axiom found the source and we did get rid of that dark spirit and we closed its source 😈👻
Evidence Clip from The Old Nick This guy really shook Shell up
Locked off camera filming the Hub, you can clearly hear movement but can see all team where downstairs 😳
Evidence Clip from The fb sold Nick, watch the YOUTUBE video to see the actual camera go flying from the camera view . Can I also just say, I don’t know why I’m laughing so much because it wasn’t funny, I couldn’t help it X### Karen ###💜💜
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