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Originally posted by kitty
i wouldnt walk around in the dark anymore if I were you. that story scares me.
I have seen 2 "spirits" in my life time. One was a sick female, I knew her. She died of kidney failure. One night at a friends house she appeared in the room she passed away in, as I was walking down the stairs I glanced into the dark room. caught her in the corner of my eye, she just glidded through the damn room as if nothing was around. very white and full of streaks. I freaked out and left the house.
second occation was a child I saw. Im not going into that story, its disturbing.
I think you need to take all mirrors out of the bedrooms. Possibly bleach all the floors....sounds nuts but I have reason for saying this.
I follow feng shui. Its important to clean the house of everything. That means ghosts as well. Align furniture in an appropriate manner so that all doors and windows are visibe to you when you sit. keep your toilet seat cover down at all times when not in use. Have a bowl of water in EVERY room of the house, some place high up so the kid cant get to it. Buy clear crystals and scatter them in every room near a window preferably, they need to reflect light. they run cheap. wind chimes can be used to chase away bad spirits .
also, read this
Q. Someone has told me to buy a pair of fu dogs and to sit them on my window ledge inside the house. This, I'm told, will protect us from harmful spirits. Is it true?
A. Generally, fu dogs are not placed on window sills but rather facing doors, and on either sides of doors. Statues and figurines of fu dogs are commonly used in feng shui for protection for businesses and homes. You will recognize them because they resemble Pekinese dogs (and look similar to the Chinese lions) and appear all over Asia and in Chinese communities worldwide as guardians in front of banks, government buildings, homes and other structures such as gates and entrances to parks and museums. Preferably, a pair of these animals should be given as a gift but you can purchase them yourself. The dogs are a male (with a ball representing the world under his paw) and a female (with a baby puppy under hers). They should be positioned so that they flank the principal entrance to a building, facing out with the male fu dog on your left and the female on the right, representing the yang (male) and the yin (female) duality of life and the universe.
Originally posted by Valhall
Well guess what just happened...right this minute. A phone call from the lady asking for Deborah X...hmmm.
So I say, listen lady, you've called here 3 times now asking for her and I want to know why you have this woman connected with my phone number. And she says I haven't called three times. And I said Well, I know YOU have called at least twice and I have taken 3 phone calls from women asking for her. She says Well, this is only the second time I have called. (Which is odd because it means I have 2 women calling for this lady.) Then I said "Listen, write it down on whatever you're looking at right now that Deborah X does not live at this number, ok?" And she said, "Ok." and hung up.
Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
The bunny thought you needed a sequel.
You see cute. I see evil. I want to see bunny as cute.
It is very subjective.
Originally posted by MaskedAvatar
That may be so.
I need to overcome my fear of cuteness and niceness.