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posted on Jul, 11 2017 @ 09:35 PM
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a reply to: Macenroe82

That's what worries me. I don't worry so much about me, just my kids. Damn. Now that I'm thinking about that tree, it's buggin' me. Wood like this is not the processed stuff from the lumber yard, it's just rough boards from a tree that Joe Schmo cut down in his yard and then puts at local stores to sell to people who carve or do other woodworking. My ex found some at an old store, bought it and then gave it to me, 'cause she knows I can turn it into something nice.

If this keeps up, I'll try the sage and if that doesn't work, I may have a bonfire with that bench as the center piece.




posted on Jul, 11 2017 @ 09:40 PM
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a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed

The tree had to have been cut several years ago, because the wood was dry enough to build with. Something that thick would have taken 2 - 3 years to dry/acclimate properly. I just got the wood about 3 months ago. I live in Illinois, my ex bought the slab in Indiana at an old store, so I have no idea where it originally came from, although it was more than likely some place fairly local.



posted on Jul, 11 2017 @ 09:56 PM
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This isn't native amarican she knows nothing about that growing up in the middle east. In Islam even Mohammad mentions this


“In Islamic practise smudge is used to purify the house and a person, as addition to Ghusl (extended purification ceremony) and Wudu (daily purification before prayers).”



posted on Jul, 11 2017 @ 10:08 PM
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originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: NoCorruptionAllowed

The tree had to have been cut several years ago, because the wood was dry enough to build with. Something that thick would have taken 2 - 3 years to dry/acclimate properly. I just got the wood about 3 months ago. I live in Illinois, my ex bought the slab in Indiana at an old store, so I have no idea where it originally came from, although it was more than likely some place fairly local.


Ah, yes, and thanks for the information


I suppose it could be something attached to that wood, it is a very interesting situation, although not a welcome thing for anyone to be going through. There are a lot of ways to deal with something like this. Try the ones with the least risk first I suppose is the only advice I can think of.



posted on Jul, 11 2017 @ 10:46 PM
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originally posted by: dragonridr
We had a similar problem in a loft over our barn. My mother in law came to the house and burned sage. After she did that the scratches we would get stopped. I really don't believe in it but the wife and mother in law did. Apparently this is some ritual from the middle east. But I will say that I no longer get scratches on my arms and back but I don't know I'm reluctant to say it was because of the sage. But try it it might work the wife swears it removed an evil spirit.

I won't go into details because no one would believe me any way.

www.movingtowardspeace.com...




Burn the good ole sage sticks! Know a few Wiccans who swear by it. As far as the OP if I was at a movie theater watching this happen as described, I would yelling, "GTFO of that house!". lol



posted on Jul, 12 2017 @ 12:24 AM
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Try a caucasan woman, 20 to 30 years of age, a spinster who probably died in the barn from neglect.

If the barn was her home then she is homeless.

So, find her a new home, rather then evicting her. in some countries little stone houses are made for spirits to live in. A stone Japanese lantern would be okay. Personally I would leave it in house for a few days and let it be known it is for her. Then just put it somewhere quiet and undisturbed on the property with a nice view.



posted on Jul, 12 2017 @ 05:42 AM
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a reply to: dragonridr

I can just as easily say that its not middle eastern also:

"Smudging helps us center ourselves with the four sacred herbs mentioned: tobacco (ah-say-ma), sweetgrass, sage, and cedar. We begin by using a shell or bowl with a fan or feather. We then smudge the room, slowly walking clockwise around the perimeter of the room, fanning the smudge pot, keeping it lit and wafting the smoke about."

But its a native american tradition and has been for centuries.

Its pretty neat though when you think about it. I had no idea middle eastern people where using this technique for the same purpose as Native Americans.
Kinda of makes you wonder, is it just a coincidence that these 2 peoples, from so far away, both practice the same cleansing method.

Or did somebody teach them?



posted on Jul, 12 2017 @ 07:19 AM
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Now, this is something that does the same thing every. time.. It's like a recording that's played back over and over. It either walks from the bedroom, crosses the hall into the bathroom or from bathroom to bedroom. Nothing about that behavior has changed since we first saw it.

I lived in one of 'those kind' of houses, only there the residual activity was the sound of someone shuffling around in the kitchen in slippers.

Everyone that lived there heard it, it was always the same noise, shuffle, shuffle stop, shuffle shuffle, shuffle.

Quite unnerving, over the years gave different folk that didn't know each other a fright when they thought they were the only ones home.

I can attest.



posted on Jul, 12 2017 @ 09:57 AM
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a reply to: Caver78 I believe you are right, I also believe it is two separate things.



posted on Jul, 12 2017 @ 10:34 AM
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As far as the residual haunting goes, I have a theory that moon phases affect spirit activity. Maybe check the moon phase when encountering the spirit.
With the active haunting in regards to your hair being pulled, I, and many others, think spirits (residual or active) attract other spirits.
You could be looking at many more instances to come.
Keep us posted!



posted on Jul, 14 2017 @ 11:31 PM
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a reply to: Brian4real

That's not a bad idea. I'll start keeping a record of sightings, with time/day/date and match it with the moon's position/phase.



posted on Jul, 15 2017 @ 10:43 AM
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a reply to: DAVID64

That is the best way to get real answers, and also what a Parapsychologist recommend. If you care to take it even further, record the weather conditions as well. There's multiple theories that the atmospheric conditions like, humidity, barometric pressure etc. play a role in manifestations.
A Parapsychologist suggested this method to me. He asked me, "if a person sees an apparition in their house every Tuesday, around 2:00 pm, why would anyone go there on a Saturday at 1:30am to investigate???" The only way to know is to keep a journal, and sooner or later a pattern will appear. Only then can you really investigate.
Ive just started with the weather condition records myself. I am not a paranormal investigator by definition, but I do have activity in my house, mostly consisting of disembodied voices, things disappearing/reappearing, and 1 visable apparition. So Im not gong to investigate someone elses property, but I will definitely investigate my own!
Ive noticed in my house that the voices and disappearing objects increase on nights of a new moon, and from a full moon waining (becoming less dark) through half moon waining. What does that mean? I have no idea, but there has to be a reason why those times are significant. Ive been recording this info for 11 months, and its becoming as predictable as can be. My personal theory (and I may be WAY off) is that we all have the ability to interact with the spirit world, and somehow the zodiac comes into play, whether the moons location in the zodiac coincides with the person investigating. Obviously that theory will take time to advance.
Keep me posted!!!




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