posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 09:40 PM
To answer some of the questions, cautious would probably be the best way to describe it. The main problem I have with fully accepting what happened
is my own pigheadedness. How can I believe what really happened, or verify if it was a form of mass hysteria? I am an analytical person. I pull data
from systems. I work with data. How can I be sure of past events when there is no photographic evidence, etc. documenting it as fact?
To describe the events surrounding my children... First, my daughter seems to have a touch of clairivoyance. She can tell when grandma is driving up
our street on a surprise visit while watching cartoons in the living room. "Grandma is coming!" and walks to the door. When she gets there, there is
a knock and here is grandma on a surprise visit.
My son is an entirely different level. When he was a baby, we were out driving doing errands. When leaving the mall, he started throwing a temper
tantrum in the car. The car breaks locked, all the lights on the dash started blinking on and off, and the car started bucking all over the place.
Insert bottle, and it instantly stopped. My wife and I were both... WTF... This actually happened a few times. The car was checked out, and they
couldn't find anything wrong. It stopped when he started talking.
Later, when he was just learning to walk (coasting is the term), and was holding on to walls and the refrigerator in the kitchen... he spotted the
cookie jar on top. I turned around to wash my hands in the sink, and when I turned back, he was on top of the refrigerator giggling with a cookie in
his hand. Somehow he managed to climb/levitate/teleport 6 feet in under a minute when he could barely walk.
Most recently, he visited his great grandfather in ICU. His health was failing, was barely responsive, and the doctors expected him to pass in a few
days. My son walked up to him, took his hand into his, and immediately his vital signs stabilized. The doctors were shocked. They checked him out,
and he became immediately coherent again. He was actually released 3 days later after the doctors ran more tests on him to make sure he was ok.
My own childhood was equally unusual. When I was 3 or so, I used to be visited by my grandmother in my room. She would come in and check on me. She
taught me how to charge up... get my energy flowing so to speak... and when I did I was able to see her clearly. This continued on until I was 6 or 7
when she finally said goodbye. (This was specifically what made my early lessons easier). My grandmother passed when I was 3 months old, yet I could
identify easily in any picture as "ga-ma".
My first experience that I actually talked about to my mother was originally shrugged off as a bad dream by her. I was in my room, and I heard a
scratching at the window. I looked out, and I saw Genie, a friend of the family dog that I was rather found of, and I got the intense feeling she was
saying goodbye to me. When morning came, I immediately told my mother that Genie died last night, She told me it was just a bad dream, and there was
nothing to worry about. Right then, the phone rang, and it was our friends... Genie got attacked by a German Shepard the previous night and was
killed. My mom turned white as a ghost.
Sometimes I am fully awake, and sometimes it happens in a dream (one with an intensity level that is definitely more then a standard dream). I
document each and every time this happens, and so far, I am batting 1000. After the last incident, when I told my mother about her best friend from
childhood (including a message that I was asked to deliver), she said once again that I just had a bad dream, until the phone call arrived 10 minutes
later. She has asked me never to discuss it with her again.
Well, taking a break from answering questions for a bit. Still fighting a bad cold and I need to make some tea or something.