posted on Jul, 13 2016 @ 12:49 AM
Let me tell a story. It's sort of OT, but I'll do it anyway.
Now, anyone who browses my history here, I am NOT a story teller, I'm a skeptic and my background is in History and Sociology of Science from
I'm not hanging on the ET or Psy forums, but I do have this one story.....
As a youth, I was prett close w/my grandparents. My GM died while I was about 11, and my grandfather passed away about 4 years later. He was sick in
the hosp, but I had no reason to believe he would pass. I was asleep at his home a few miles away and had a dream. in this dream he came to me, said
he's ok and with grandma. Great. I pretty much felt she was there too.
Grandpa Clark went on to say, Grandma's ring is in the "china chest"...an odd subject. I was unaware, but her diamond wedding ring was never located,
although grandpa, my mom and her 2 sisters were on the lookout for it. These were Depression-era people, and were in the habit of clutching things of
value away for safe keeping.
I pictured the chest from above, from my location and was like "ok". The next morning my mom came in to make me up and was in tears, telling me the
news. I said "I know", and explained the ring story to the whole family at breakfast shortly after. Everyone was broken up, and nothing came of it
until about 2 weeks later when I was confronted with the news that grandma's ring was indeed found between 2 tea cups....in the china chest.
A few years later, I asked if the family had staged the ring event to correlate my dream, and the reply was no, we would not mess with you. Plus, I
did come up with the dream out of thin air. I would not have any knowledge of the ring itself, as a kid I was banned from her superformal dining room.
Even so, would such knowledge would come out the night grandpa dies?
So, long story short...I am a skeptic, and there are plenty of skeptics here, BUT this thing happened to me, for real. I gotta say, there IS more to
it all than meets the eye. Maybe that's why I'm even on this thread, because I'm a "believer"....a word that used to be a bad word to us skeptics. In
that, I think one HAS to believe to experience any quantum presence in the universe, it's essential.