posted on Apr, 23 2017 @ 09:54 PM
a reply to: LowkeyLifted
I too believe this.
My grandmother was on her death bed, but pumped full of morphine, barely lucid, mostly unaware of where she was or who was there. The entire family
was around her, we knew it was not long...
Out of the blue, she smiled looked up and said "John"... my Aunt thought she was referring to her grandson, who was still young and everyone called
But her husband, my grandfather, who died decades earlier was named John. And her stillborn son from when she was so young, was also called John.
I don't think she was referring to Johnny, but as she was being comforted by her loved ones, either her husband in the afterlife was there to comfort
her into passing, or her stillborn son was there to meet her for the first time.
But it was just so out of the blue, not once of us could talk with her like that, she just was not lucid. But that was one moment of lucidity, a
coherent word, a smile, wide eyes.
who knows. perhaps her mind was just racing back reliving things, and she remembered a moment in life that made her smile. perhaps.