The Moore American

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March 7, 2012

A unique way of bringing lessons in light, love and healing

MOORE — It’s hard not to notice how happy Leslie Draper is with life. Her smile is so deep, you can see it in her eyes.

So what makes Leslie Draper so happy? According to her, she’s living her dream, her soul purpose in life: She’s an angel minister.

“My job is to teach people about angels and, by extension, God. I do that through classes, parties and one-on-one sessions,” Draper said. “It’s about being able to connect on the big decisions that you need to make or the big areas where you are needing guidance, and allowing and being able to hear that guidance.”

Draper, who has been an ordained minister since 2007, said that everyone has angels that are involved in their daily lives. She knows this, she said, because she can see them and converse with them.

“I don’t walk around open, way too much to take in. I can choose. Everybody has energy vibes. Those vibes can tell me this person is open to it or this person is not,” Draper said.

Being able to see and talk with angels has been an ability that Draper said that she’s had all her life.

“I thought everyone could see angels. When I was growing up, there were a lot of domestic violence issues in my house and I would see the angels there protecting me and my brother. I used to ask them to lift me up into the big tree so that the fighting would not come in to my room,” Draper said. “It wasn’t until I was in the third grade that I went to my Sunday school teacher and told her, ‘I can see angels.’ I thought it was going to be a much different conversation. I thought she would be like, ‘That is so awesome.’ She told me that they were not angels that they were bad demons and I could never tell anyone that I saw them. I was just terrified.”

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