posted on Nov, 28 2015 @ 02:14 AM
I believe the OP is legit in sharing his experience. Thank you for being so forthcoming and the effort of posting these videos. I am baffled! This
thread has been an enjoyable and entertaining read, enough for me to make my first post!
What an amazing experience this must have been! I really didn't want to believe this could be paranormal, but you have a great story and evidence. It
could very well be a fraudulent post - but there have been enough "debunker" replies, so I won't play devils advocate. It is so exciting that an
anomaly appeared at the same time as the glasses disappear. I have never seen anything like it (outside of I dream of Jeanie)! If we account your
managers fainting experience, it could very well be one of many incidents she encounters through her dabbling in wiccan magic.
I am a born and raised Spiritualist and transmedium and have too been attacked by an overwhelming negative presence - collapsing, low sugar/blood
pressure, migraines and physically vomiting. These symptoms are usually at their height after I conduct a house cleansing and come into contact with
bad spirits/energies. For someone who does not have a good spiritual foundation yet dabbles in magic and the manipulation of energy, this can be an
extremely dangerous game. Objects moving, unexplained physical or mental illness, items disappearing, strange noises, and sometimes apparitions. Even
for elders in the field, dealing in a paranormal lifestyle is dangerous and draining.
Another experience I have had with items "vanishing" and appearing have been with fairies.Fast, naughty little creatures who love to misplace
items as a hilarious prank. Ever have one of those days where you SWEAR you put something down on the table but it turns up on the foot of your bed?
Or you ALWAYS put your garage remote on the hook but somehow it ends up in the old key drawer? If this happens increasingly, some people notice a
quick flicker of a light, zooming by - most often presumed a trick of the eye. More sensitive people may hear faint, cheeky giggling, or even get the
urge to chuckle through an inexplicable smirk after absurdly turning the house upside down, looking for your other sock. At times like this, you can
think of fairies. So maybe a fairy just wanted to borrow a pair of shades??
Either way, I enjoyed this thread and hope my answer contributes to whatever conclusion you draw.
OFF TOPIC: ARE FAIRIES GETTING THE BEST OF YOU? If fairy magic becomes too much or things are getting out of hand, a solution that I have
found to work is to put your foot down similar to that of a parent sending their child to bed. "Okay, I see what you're doing. That's enough now.
Stop." Repeat this sternly a few times (maybe in your head so you don't look like more of a nutter). Focus and cleanse your energy and work on
removing the chaotic energy the fairies bring about. And even if there aren't any fairies around, the duality of this method can be applied to a
chaotic and hyperaroused mind. By "stopping" the fairies game, you take a few deep breaths, relax and gather your thoughts rather than insanely
rummaging through the house like its Armageddon.