Sea Horse-On the Docks - Getaguru

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This shop has been known as “Sea Horse On the Docks” but the sign above the door currently says “Getaguru”. It’s the same people – they sell handmade soap and local art. There are several claims at this location, including a “vortex wall” where a woman seemed to manifest completely out of thin air. The back door locks and unlocks on its own, and a picture “jumped” off the wall when no one was anywhere near it.

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Geographic Information

Address:
777 Dodecanese Blvd
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
United States

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GPS:
28.155356, -82.76165700000001
County:
Pinellas County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Tarpon Springs, FL (0.7 mi.)
Holiday, FL (2.6 mi.)
Beacon Square, FL (3.7 mi.)
Elfers, FL (4.9 mi.)
East Lake, FL (5.1 mi.)
Trinity, FL (5.2 mi.)
Palm Harbor, FL (5.3 mi.)
New Port Richey, FL (6.7 mi.)
Saint George, FL (7.1 mi.)
New Port Richey East, FL (8.4 mi.)

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  1. I always felt weird at this store especially by the front window. I was told that someone was killed in front of this window. Don’t know if its true but you can ask Eleani the owner who might have some stories of her own. Roseanne Tarpon Springs, Fl

  2. July 12, 2016

    This haunting is a actually a private prediction for two people who are destined to meet again in Tarpon Springs after a 90 year separation.

    The man was a real Guru in past life (GetaGuru) the vortex (cycle of spiritual vibrations) foretells of the woman cycling into a new life which begins in Tarpon Springs with the reunion of the two lovers.

    Look at the photos for Getaguru on Google, you’ll see a 777 on the front door where people have strongly felt psychic vibrations. 7 is the commonly-accepted number for good fortune, 3 is the personal lucky number of these two lovers fated to meet again at the Spongdocks, hence thereally are three 7’s on the door.

    Another photo shows soaps covered with rose petals. A Rose is a symbolic name for this woman.

    Another photo shows a little cigar stand to the left of the shop. Look closely & you’ll see the word “Dreams” on a sign hanging from the table – the rest of the words are blurred, symbolizing that Dreams are manifesting into reality.

    This is a prediction of unusual complexity, it obviously took a long time to formulate all these different components, to have this location given the address of 777, to have the owners rename it GetaGuru, to have the cigar stand next store inspired to write this sign, to have the store owner inspired to photograph soaps covered in rose petals; this is a prediction of some not-insignificant event.

    I am a psychic & this interpretain was given to me by the spirits who created this prediction. It was desired by them to have a physically-manifested prediction of what is to occur in the very close future – the reunion between this former guru & his “Dark Rose”.

  3. Please use this corrected version of my story, it has been edited for errors & clarification. Thank you, Direna

     July 13, 2016
    This haunting is a actually a private prediction for two lovers who are destined to meet again in Tarpon Springs after a 90 year separation.

    The man was a real Guru in past life (GetaGuru), the Vortex on the Wall (cycle of spiritual vibrations) foretells of the woman cycling into a new life which begins with the reunion of these two lovers.

    Look at the photos for the Getaguru Store on Google Search, you’ll see one with a 777 on the front door, where people have strongly felt psychic vibrations.  7 is the commonly-accepted number for good fortune, 3 is the personal lucky number of these two lovers, hence there are three 7’s on the door; this represents passage into a charmed life.

    Another photo shows soaps covered with rose petals.  A Rose is a symbolic name for this woman & has a specific metaphysical meaning.

    Another photo shows a little cigar stand to the left of the shop.  Look closely & you’ll see the word “Dreams of..” on a sign hanging from the table – the rest of the words are blurred, symbolizing the “Dreams of” these two lovers are manifesting into reality.

    This is a prediction of unusual complexity, it took a long time to manifest all these different components, to have this location given the address of 777, to have it renamed GetaGuru, to have the cigar stand next store inspired to name their business “Dreams of Cuba”, to have the store owner inspired to post a photograph of her soaps covered in rose petals; this is a prediction of some not-insignificant event.

    I am a psychic & this interpretation was given to me by the very spirits who created this prediction.  It was desired by them to have a physically-manifested prediction of what is to occur in the very close future – the reunion between this former guru & his “Dark Rose”.

    • Direna – you’re full of shit. Getaguru is just the name of the business, and it just happens to be at 777 Dodecanese Blvd.

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