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posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 09:51 AM
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Sorry for your loss,a few years back my eldest brother died at the time we had just buried my youngest brother and my father and I was at the lowest time of my life and don't talk about it often.anyway it was the night before the burial and was sitting in my sister-in-laws kitchen reminiscing about good times and my sister-in-law said Bill, if you are hear give us a sign,well let me tell you the fire alarm went of and we almost came out of our chairs. What was strange was that the alarm had no batteries in it and it had never done that before as the house was under construction.I believe that these signs are all around us if we are willing to see them.........there are other things that had happened to me, and other family members during those years and it cannot all be coincidental.




posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 10:00 AM
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I had lots of things happen when my mum died. A rainbow outside, a butterfly in the house, her face in the clouds. Even a dream where I flew up to a statue of an angel. That was the night before she died. The night after she died I woke up hearing her calling my name. Clear as a bell. I also saw a foetus in a hand and I was excited that it was alive. ( My niece was born 9 months later and she's exactly like my mum.)

The next day I was convinced I was talking to her on the phone. She was asking if I was okay and if I needed anything. There was really loud crackling on the line and I couldn't hear properly. I assured her I was fine and asked if she was okay where she was. We were shouting to hear each other over the noise.
Turned out it was my mother-in-law on the other end. I was so embarrassed. I knew the story would be around everyone before you could say Jack Flash.



My friends brother died on his motorbike a few years back. About a year later his sister was driving along the same road where he was killed and her phone rang then stopped. It was from her brother's old phone number.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 10:58 AM
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Sorry about your mom. She was probably letting you know she was ok. When my great grandmom died at age 96 my aunt (her oldest grandchild) said she appeared to her in her room letting her know she was ok. My Aunt is NOT superstitious and very level headed. I was 19/20 at the time and it freaked me out so bad I made my 85 pound husky/shephard dog sleep with me. I kept thinking my granny was going to appear in my room! Sorry Granny, lol.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:10 AM
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Sorry for your loss but you must feel fantastic to have received what I believe to be communication, by the time I got to the end of the op my hair was tingling, by the time I got to the end of the thread I had tears welling up, soon replaced by a smile, beautiful thread thank you



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:18 AM
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Im sorry for your loss buddy. Verry starnge goings on indeed. i wonder what might of been if you had got to the phone in time?



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:18 AM
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A close friends father died. They lived in different states, and talked on the phone what seemed like ten times a day. She had his old cell phone in her purse, and it was tattered and worn out. The ring tone was "In a GaddaDavida". The battery in it was dead, but she still kept it in her purse to feel a connection with him.

We heard the ringtone playing in her purse, his ringtone. She took it out and answered it, and there was a connection but noone was there.

The batteries were absolutely dead, and had been for weeks.

I'm sorry for your loss.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:23 AM
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In the house I used to live in with my parents, we used to have strange things happen alot. I once saw what i thought was a lady with a towel on her head like she was drying her washed hair, all so oncie when my sister was in the bath someone knocked on the bath room door and told her it was her mam knocking, my mam wasnt in at the time. i all so heard something call my name one night too but it was certainly not a ladys voice. And another time when i was in the house alone all sorts of banging kicked off up stairs, i had to ring my friend and ran round to sleep at his house.

Any way my uncle worked for the local housing department at that time and he checked to see if anyone had passed away in that house (the house was only 50 years old at the time) no one had ever died there, verry strange i thought.

Not sure what to think now im older though. maybe there is some crazy explenation for all that?



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:28 AM
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I would accept it as your Mother letting your family know she loves you and not to worry. I think it's great and I hope it left you feeling a little better.
I know when my wife passed away it took alot of the fear of dying away knowing she'd be waiting for me.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:39 AM
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I'm sorry about your mother


But that sounds pretty interesting, and very weird!
I have heard many stories about passed away persons, who somehow calls their most beloved ones.

I wonder what would have happend if you took the cellphone?
Did you try call her back?

Dont be scared mate, your mother are protecting you



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 11:52 AM
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Originally posted by sonic0111
creepy i would have answered but im shure some person will come and give you a thosuound resons on why your a retard because you think your dead mom has called you sorry for your loss


This type of post is completely unacceptable in this forum.. I hope the moderators deal with you promptly.

This story is scary.. and I am left wondering.. as usual.. about the paranormal.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 01:08 PM
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I am so sorry for your loss, but, at least I think, your mom is just trying to let you know that she's missing you, as well. I've heard about this many times and a few things like it have happened to members of my own family.

Think of it as a sort of otherwordly 'Everything's ok, I miss you, too."


Love and sympathy to you and yours from me and mine.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 01:16 PM
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My father had a stroke and was in a coma on life support. After the family was able to arrive from their various locatations, life support was removed.

My father was a concert violinist and always gave me grief about my musical choices. I loved rock and roll and married a bass player and then a drummer. He was dissapointed I didn't a marry into "better music." We used to have deep conversations about how music controls the masses and reflects the soul.

Anyways, on the way the to the hospital, about a 7 minute drive for me, Don't Fear the Reaper was playing on the radio, I thought is was poignant and it brought a tear to my eye. About 5 hours later, on my home, after his death, I got in my car and the radio played "Don't Fear the Reaper, again. I took it as a sign that my Dad was saing, Hey, I guess that music isn't so bad? Neither is death.

Sorry for your loss, peace to your family.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 01:27 PM
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Does your landline phone feature smartcall? I recieve calls from my wife all the time when she doesn't dial them. Not saying something paranormal isn't possible, but lets explore the normal explanations 1st. Now if this gives you comfort that mom is looking in on you let's not explore the normal explanations and leave things as they are.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 01:44 PM
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OP..
Did your mother pass away unnaturally or with any suspicion?
I surely hope not..
For if she did, perhaps there is something she is trying to tell you...for you to search or to finish some type of task that is undone.
Good luck and my condolences.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 01:54 PM
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I'm sorry for your loss.

I had an experience a bit like that a few years ago. My father in law died. He had been living alone. in an. independent appartment which had an alarm to pull if he needed assistance. The alarm system would alert the local police, who would call pre-arranged family membes' numbers to let them know he needed assistance. After his death his flat was fully locked up, of course. On the morning of the day of his funeral we received a call from the local police saying the alarm had gone off and my father in law needed assistance.

We went there, of course, thinking someone must have got into the appartment, but no-one had entered it. Locks still intact, etc. We spoke to neighbours, no-one knew of anyone going in. In fact, no-one except one nurse had the key. She hadn't been there either.

It was a mystery, and like you, it blew our minds!



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 02:58 PM
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That is AWESOME! When they are in the 4th vibration just after death, they can, with enough emotion, effect objects here. Electronics are the easiest for them to manipulate.

Mom was giving you a little wink.


Bless you.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 03:09 PM
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Originally posted by brigand

Originally posted by sonic0111
creepy i would have answered but im shure some person will come and give you a thosuound resons on why your a retard because you think your dead mom has called you sorry for your loss


This type of post is completely unacceptable in this forum.. I hope the moderators deal with you promptly.


I think it is simply awkward wording, by someone who isn't a native speaker.
No need to take it the worst way.

Very sorry for your loss, OP.
But remember, life is't what it seems to be.
And neither is death.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 03:15 PM
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Originally posted by AdAstra

Originally posted by brigand

Originally posted by sonic0111
creepy i would have answered but im shure some person will come and give you a thosuound resons on why your a retard because you think your dead mom has called you sorry for your loss


This type of post is completely unacceptable in this forum.. I hope the moderators deal with you promptly.


I think it is simply awkward wording, by someone who isn't a native speaker.
No need to take it the worst way.

Very sorry for your loss, OP.
But remember, life is't what it seems to be.
And neither is death.



hey all. i only scanned the thread, but thanx from my heart for all the well wishes. i'll try and get to any questions posed.

as far as comments like that.
who cares?
it's a bit of negativity tossed in with positive love.
we all know it's a battle, and he's obviously the minority.

my dad and i are the open minds of the family.
he's felt her brush his arm a few times.
i've had visions of her.
she told me once to teach him how to operate the washer and dryer.
i'll be back in a bit.



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 03:52 PM
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I don't think that post was meant negatively at all, quite the opposite.
Like I said, I think it was just awkwardly worded.

Anyway, I am very glad for you that you are having positive experiences with your mother even after her apparent departure.





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posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 04:26 PM
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I don't think that post was meant negatively at all, quite the opposite.


i considered the possibility, yet can't think of a single time in my life i've called someone a retard?
at times i hope posters return to explain things.
usually the ones who don't meant it negatively.



Originally posted by sonic0111 creepy i would have answered but im shure some person will come and give you a thosuound resons on why your a retard because you think your dead mom has called you sorry for your loss


now, putting up an argument against is something i have no problem with.
i invite it.
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