Pye’ Wackets moves magical place to historic location

A house originally built in 1952 by the Kenai River in Soldotna is the new location of Rondell’s “Magickal Place” known as Pye’ Wackets in Soldotna formerly on the Kenai Spur Highway. At her grand re-opening last week the owner/creator of Pye’ Wackets told the Dispatch, “We love the new location! It’s beautiful there is a lot of history and character here and it fits us perfectly and is like coming home and the trees just really make it,” said Rondell. Pye’ Wackets is a metaphysical gift and import shop that offers a wide variety of books, crystals, candles, statues, jewelry, herbs and incense. “We specialize in anything and everything that is alternative and helps people get to a place that is for their higher good and healing. Everybody’s path is different and we like to help them on their way in whatever way we can whether it’s a candle or a hug. The grand reopening was a smash and we appreciate the great turnout both days and thanks to everyone who came by to wish us well at the new location,” she said.

Rondell is also says she is a Crystal Reader & Energy Balancing Crystal Gridder. “What is a Crystal reading you might want to know? Well it’s a method given to me over a long period of time, by my guides & ancestors, resulting in a very well rounded journey of information being brought forth for your highest good at this time in your life. Crystal Energy Balancing Grid is the use of certain crystals and stones to heal the body, mind and spirit. Every organism has a ‘vibrational energy system,’ which includes chakras, electromagnetic fields around your body known as an aura, subtle bodies and meridians. By using the appropriate crystals, one can ‘tune’ an energy system or rebalance energies, thus improving well-being due to the vibration produced by the crystals. This is done according to the color, composition, atomic structure, physical form and metaphysical properties. Using the vibrations of crystals, you can move, absorb, focus, direct and diffuse energy within the body, using the perfect structure of the crystal for the body to emulate. Crystal healing also gives the body a chance to relax, which may aid in the body’s natural abilities to help immune system functions,” explained Rondell. Pye’ Wackets is open Monday through Friday 11:00am – 6:00pm and Saturday 11:00am – 5:00pm and is located just before the Soldotna Bridge across from the Dairy Queen.

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