posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 12:44 AM
reply to post by bcroper
Seems like you had a unique experience. I don't mean to discredit the story but in all honesty if some person or being was leaning over my kid, in my
house, uninvited he (may restraint with a she) would get a baseball bat to the back of the head. I'm not a violent person by any means but I will do
what it takes to protect my family.
I can imagine why you might consider it an angel, but if such beings exist there are other alternatives to consider. It could simply be a ghost. I can
understand the thinking it is an angel though just because of the purple eyes and blond hair. These features are usually associated with angels. (I
have blond hair myself, if your kid has blond hair too, be careful with him and the ladies lol. Who knows maybe the angel wanted another blond haired
friend.....we're a dying breed these days.)
But in all seriousness who knows. I certainly cannot prove or disprove spirits or the legends of angels and such. Many myths or legends, even fiction
itself, has a root in fact. Another thing to consider (and not to discredit your theory) is have you been prescribed any pharmaceuticals lately?
Sometimes medications don't interact well or in the body and cause hallucinations. It's not that uncommon. There was someone I met once who began
seeing floating soup bowls (thats another story for another time).
The advancement in learning would not be all that uncommon. It was around that age my parents began to notice I saw things a lot differently from
other people. Some of my first thoughts were upon contemplating the nature of duality, and the construction of our perceived reality
itself.......yeahhh.... I was a bit strange. Best of luck to you though!
NOOOOOO! IM NOT FIRST POST!