Your post was great!
I just wanted to sy that right off. I think you are correct, there are some ppl here that are here to make fun, mislead, and there are those here to
share, learn, and explore new ideas , subjects, and topics.
I can somewhat relate to you story, in that it is unusual.
When my son was 2 & 3 , he would NEVER want to sleep in our room. Single parent ,we shared a HUGE bedroom, his bed on one side mine on the other.
Anyway, he would fight it the whole way. He would beg me NOT to make him sleep in there.
He finally told me (in the way a 3 yr old can), he was afraid of the white man. He was afraid that the white man would come and get him through the
window. Some of this was told and some was shown, as in where does he come from? (Then a tiny hand pointing to the window)
I have to say, the first time he mentioned the white man, chills went down my spine.
So, I let him sleep with me and while we lived in that house, I never made him go to sleep alone.
Then, I mentioned it to my mother (who lived 2,000 miles away at the time). I told her how weird and how VERY SCARED he was about the whole thing.
SHE told me that when I was young, I also used to cry and fuss about an Old Grey Man, that he was coming to get me!!
Now, THAT is somethiing I do not consciously remember, but it really was spooky.
So, is it genetic? Imagination? Entities? UFO? Alien? Ghosts?
I think children are gifted. I think society(WESTERN THAT IS) forces children to lose and stifle the psychic, creative, intuitive, and free in their
souls and spirits.
I can recall telling my teacher that I'd seen a ghost, she said that there were no such things. That's NOT unusual, it's acutally quite common.
In Eastern countries and regions, people believe in the unseen. They acknowledge that there are things in the world that we can not easily see or
I know this is a bit off subject, but I felt it was somewhat relevant to the issue.
Special Gifted Children and their Experiences as Children, or something like that..
I believe that children can 'pick up' things that adults have been trained not to see or acknowledge.