Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 405

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 405

Simone cast a discerning gaze over Mr. Nielsen’s countenance, and the revelation regarding ancestral

aves hardly caught her by surprise.

inquired, “Has someone broached this topic with you previously?” Mr. Nielsen, making no attempt to conceal it, nodded.

Ind.ed. My parents faced consecutive mishaps, ending up in the hospital. It was there that I crossed paths with a geomancy master,” he disclosed. “He shared an intriguing bit of wisdom, mentioning that if my philtrum tumed black, my family would be prone to frequent mishaps. At the outset, I dismissed it, thinking it was mere superstition.”

“However, when my son fell seriously ill and ended up in the hospital, I encountered him again. T when I deci-led to take the initiative and inquire,” Mr. Nielsen elaborated. “He revealed that there complication with my family’s ancestral grave, and unless addressed, my wife would be the next face misfortu

And soon after, the same fate would befall me,” he added, acknowledging the prophecy.

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“This time, I placed my faith in his words and sought his assistance in examining our ancestral grave,” he admisted, recognizing the gravity of the situation. “Of course, I knew I had to compensate the geomancy master, so I inquired about the amount that he deemed suitable. Surprisingly, he decline any monetary compensation. Instead, he expressed that he was aware of my passion for collecting antiques, a shared interest of his as well.”

“He proposed an intriguing arrangement-if he assisted in resolving the ancestral grave issue, he requested an antique as compensation. After careful consideration, I decided to bring him home to select an antique as compensation,” Mr. Nielsen recounted, underscoring the significance of the arrangement.

“Little did I anticipate, the antique he selected happened to be a cauldron, an heirloom that had been handed down through generations in our family, requiring careful preservation,” Mr. Nielsen revealed, recognizing the unexpected twist in the unfolding narrative.

“At that very moment, the thought of parting with it proved unbearable, and I found myself hesitating,” Mr. Nielsen admitted, acknowledging the sentimental attachment to the cherished family heirloom

Mr. Nielsen paused, then continued, “He didn’t push me into a decision; instead, he advised me to take my time and carefully consider the matter. He left me with his contact information, assuring me that I could reach out if I chose to proceed, and encouraged me to give him a call.”

“But he atted one condition-using the cauldron as the designated compensation. Mr. Nielsen added.

“Afterw: 4, the more I pondered, the more a sense of unease settled in. I couldn’t shake the feeling that this peon had appeared too conveniently, almost as if he had prior knowledge about the existence of the cauld In my family for quite some time. But due to its longstanding presence in my family, a relic

by anyone outside, it struck me as peculiar when he not only identified its location but also

me to retrieve the cauldron,” Mr. Nielsen mused.

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Mr. Nielsen turned to Simone, stating, “My assistant reached out to me to advocate for a male character’s supporting role on behalf of one of your company’s artists. I figured, given your remarkable skills as a geomancy master, it would be worthwhile to engage in a conversation with you.

Having spent numerous years in the industry, he had witnessed myriad darker facets.


The seemingly coincidental arrival of the geomancy master left him skeptical, and he couldn’t fully

r brace the credibility of the situation.

Doubts lingered in his mind, harboring suspicions that the other party might harbor ulterior motives.

psed by Simone’s proficiency in geomancy and mystical arts showcased during her livestream, he harbored a glimmer of hope. Consequently, he scheduled a meeting with her to delve into a discussion.

The meeting wouldn’t have materialized if Simone hadn’t reached out to his assistant first.

Following his wife’s unfortunate accident and subsequent hospitalization due to a broken leg, he proactively reached out to the geomancy master.

If the master indeed proved effective in rectifying his family’s issues, he would find himself reluctantly parting with the cherished ancestral cauldron as a token of appreciation.

Ultimately, deite the sentimental value of the family heirloom, he realized it paled in comparison to the well-being an ives of his family members.

Nevertheless, he opted to proceed with the meeting with Simone.

Upon their meeting, before he even broached the topic, Simone astutely discerned the underlying issue afflicting his family.

This decision brought him satisfaction, as he was relieved that he hadn’t canceled the appointment over the phone and had chosen to rush over in person.

Listening intently, Simone furrowed her brows slightly and remarked, “The appearance of this master does seem rather coincidental.”

“May I take a look at your cauldron?” She couldn’t shake the feeling that the master had orchestrated everything with meticulous calculation.

There was an air of assurance as if he harbored the certainty that Mr. Nielsen had no alternative but to turn to him for assistance.

In light of this, Simone’s curiosity about the cauldron intensified.

Mr. Nielsen agreed, saying, “Certainly, why don’t we head to my house now to inspect the cauldron?” Urgency crept into his voice, fueled by the string of accidents that had befallen his family members.

In accordae with the master’s words, what had transpired so far was just the beginning

Failure promptly address the ancestral grave issue would leave his family members vulnerable to ongoir danger, the geomancy master had warned.

Simon nodded and said, “Airight, let’s head to your house now. Mr. Crayson, are you joining us or heading back to the studio?” Mr. Crayson, too, was intrigued by his manager’s prowess in geomancy.

Having only witnessed it during live streams, he was eager to see Simone’s genancy abilities in person.

He smiled and replied, “I’ll accompany you and have a look.”

Simone simply nodded, acknowledging his decision.


Upon reaching Mr. Nielsen’s villa, he led the two of them to his collection room.

He then activated a mechanism, causing a small door to materialize on the wall.

From within, he retrieved a wooden box and set it on the table.

This is the cauldron, Master Gray. Please inspect it; is it of any use for geomancy purposes?” Despite its antiquity, the cauldron seemed to pale in comparison to many other valuables lining the shelves in the collection room.

There must have been a unique reason the master found this particular item intriguing.

Simone’s ga e fixed upon the cauldron, and a glint of surprise flickered in her eyes. As she focused he sensed a potent auspicious aura emanating from one half of the cauldron and a robust negative ura emanating to the other.

Remarkably, two auras didn’t clash but instead coexisted in a harmonious balance.

Harnessing her elemental power to enhance her perception, Simone observed that the two uras within the cauldron had comerged to create a symbol.

You know, this thing is indeed a treasure for geomancy masters. If utilized wisely, it has the potential to safeguard the well-being of many,” she explained.

“However, in the wrong hands, it could unleash disaster upon the surroundings,” she cautioned.

Pausing for a moment, she resumed, “Considering its ancestral significance to your family, this item holds numerous advantages for your household.”

“It was crafted specifically by a geomancy master for your ancestors, utilizing the accumulated merits of your family over generations.”

“Preserving it at home has the remarkable effect of fostering prosperity and safeguarding the household. contributing to your family’s longstanding prosperity.”

“Based on the insights from the reading, without this cauldron, some of your family members might have already faced dire consequences

“Therefore, my recommendation is to preserve and care for this item diligently, Simone advised, emphasizing the invaluable role the ancient cauldron played in the well-being of his family.

Mr. Nielseà respected figure in the film industry, was well-regarded for his philanthropic endeavors.

Year after year, Mr. Nielsen and his wife ventured into impoverished mountain areas, extending a helping hand to the elderly and offering support to children unable to afford education.

Theumitment to philanthropy extended to consistent donations to various medical charities over the course many years.

For a decade, they had maintained a consistent commitment, eschewing high profile publicity and opting instad for a genuine display of sincerity that was devoid of any theatrics.

Through this cauldron, Simone unveiled the amassed blessings of the Nielsen Family.


Thus, Mr. Nielsen’s phropic endeavors could be deemed a longstanding family tradition.

This item could be regarded as a high-quality magical tool, explaining the geomancy master’s keen interest in it.

incorporated into rituals, it wields an extraordinary amplifying and empowering influence.

Upon cartig Simone’s words, Mr. Nielsen suddenly grasped the full understanding of everything that had been clear before

I wow no surprise that the ancestral teachings of the Nielsen Family mandated that each generation engage in Virtuous deeds, amass merits, and protect this cauldron

rents cauldron had been nurtured by the accumulated merits of their family throughou

Master Gagy lend your expertise to address the matter with my family’s ancestral g

Simone responded a confident nod, saying, “Absolutely, I’m here to help.”

Mr. Nielsen could resist asking. “What are your terms for this assistance? Do you, by any c possion of this cauldron? If so, it would indeed put him in a tricky situation.

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The internal del aged on should he yield and hand it over or stand firm and keep cauldron

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In her conviction, Simone felt it was more fitting for the cauldron to stay under Derrick’s guardianship, ensuring i egy by being passed down through generations in the hands of the Nielsen Family.

In her judgme Sim ne deemed it more appropriate for the cauldron to continue residing in Mr. Nielsen’s possession securing its legacy as it passed through the hands of the Nielsen Family across generations.

Mr. Nielsen breathed a sigh of relief, somewhat surprised that Simone didn’t request the cauldron as a


He praised, “Master Gray, you are generous.”

“I’ve heard about your excellent reputation in the circle before, and today, I’ve witnessed it firsthand.”

According to Simone’s words, this cauldron incredibly valuable, a true treasure. There are likely not many masters who can resist its temptation.

Simone shared a moment of agreement. “Contentment brings happiness, and my master believes in taking only what is rightfully ours and not succumbing to the allure of others’ possessions.”

The sentiment resonated with Derrick, and he responded, “Wise words. Your master has imparted valuable lessons.

Indeed, the ability to shape a disciple like Simone suggested that her master possessed exceptional character and teaching qualities.

Simone noted as she agreed with him.

Mr. Niel n took the initiative and said, “Master Gray, how about you take a look in my collection room and see there’s anything that catches your eye?”

“If yofd something you like, I will give it to you as a reward,” he offered graciously.

As long as it’s not this cauldron, he is willing to part with other antiques from his collection.

Hang gleaned that numerous masters shared an avid interest in antique res arch, Mr. Nielsen was prompted to extend his generous offer.

Simone gave a nod, “Sure.”





Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: January 5, 2024 Native Language: English

How To Read Novel Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese.

In her past life, Simone and her adopted sister got kidnapped. Surprisingly, her parents, five brothers, and even her boyfriend, who had grown up with her, all chose to rescue her adopted sibling, and this led to Simone’s unfortunate end. After being reborn, Simone decided to cut ties with her parents and her lousy brothers. She also broke up with her boyfriend because she’d had enough of all of them. To make a living, she had no choice but to dive into the entertainment industry. Simone’s eldest brother had wielded immense influence within the industry. In the blink of an eye, however, Simone’s management studio ascended to the top tier. Her second brother, a top-tier talent agent, quickly found himself outperformed by Simone, who had become the industry’s foremost agent. Her third brother, a mega-popular singer, saw Simone’s debut song set the world on fire in an instant. The fourth brother, a distinguished and up-and-coming director, gazed in envy and admiration as Simone’s directed movies achieved remarkable box office success. Her fifth brother, the hottest young sensation, watched as Simone transformed into an award-winning leading actress in no time. Upon witnessing her astounding accomplishments, Simone’s parents, brothers, and even her ex-boyfriend pleaded for her forgiveness. “No way!” Simone firmly replied.

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Simone Gray opened her eyes, surveyed the surroundings, and looked at the familiar room from her memories. She had indeed returned. Reaching out to grab her phone from the nightstand, she checked the date before a smile appeared in her eyes. What perfect timing. Just as she was thinking, a knocking sound echoed. She got up to open the door and saw a handsome man standing there, questioning her immediately, “I called you earlier. Why didn’t you answer?” Simone replied calmly, “I didn’t feel like it.” Standing before her was her second brother, Titus Gray, who was also her current agent. He was momentarily stunned, visibly not expecting his sister to say that. He furrowed his brows and lectured impatiently, “Stop causing trouble, will you?”


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