reply to post by Staysay29
I have had more experience with these things than my peers, I would imagine. With beings that embrace the darkness, I usually take a "shoot now, ask
questions later" approach. I create my circle (or in this case, my shield), and expel them from my home. I do not care what they want. It doesn't
matter. If they wanted to communicate, they would have done it a long, long time ago.
Much like Gradius, I too have been awoken from a deep sleep to catch a glimpse of something watching me. I have never had a reason to believe that I
was dreaming it. Whenever I have an experience such as this, I catalog it in my dream journal, under "paranormal visitor." I am fully awake when
these things show up, and on more than one occasion, the event has lasted well over a minute. The ones that aren't draped in darkness (the shadow
people), I try to make a concerted effort to communicate, but they rarely, if ever respond. They smile and nod and vanish back into the ether.
As far as having a feeling of a "full house" when nobody is home: I feel that way once in a while. In recent months I have learned to tune most of
the "noise" out, and only pay attention to what is important. Sometimes it isn't possible to completely shut out the noise, so there will be a
feeling of being around others every once in a while.
I keep a policy in my home: My home is my castle, and you will not enter unless invited in. This has stuck with 99% of the beings that I have dealt
with in the past. The 1% is attributed to the shadow people. They seem to go wherever they please, and they only respond with the use of force. My
encounters with them have been rare lately, but every once in a while, I'll catch one out of the corner of my eye. In that case, I just draw my
circle and go to town on their ethereal butts.
I do have one suggestion as an experienced paranormal investigator, however. If anybody feels like they are being watched all the time when they are
in their homes, especially older homes, I would check with an EMF Meter or Trifield meter to ensure that your electrical wiring isn't playing games
with your head while at home. Electromagnetic Radiation can cause the feelings of being watched, and it can be dangerous to humans in larger doses.
Older houses are notorious for having old and outdated wiring, and I have found with clients in the past, that many times their concerns have stemmed
from having substandard or outdated wiring in their homes.
The best way to use these devices (a rudimentary EMF Meter would suffice...it will run you about 25 bucks on Amazon...sold under the "Ghost Meter"
title) is to find the room where you feel the most "watched." Put the meter in the center of the room, and then turn on one appliance at a time.
If the meter starts jumping up (anywhere over 5 millgauss suggests an EM leak from electrical wiring; if you are maxing out the meter by just turning
on the lights and television while the meter is in the middle of the room, you have a major problem and need to call an electrician right away...you
may have exposed wires in the wall), call an electrician to have him/her check out the wiring. If you find that after going through your whole house
(a typical house will have a base reading of around .5-1.5 milligauss) that you cannot find a huge spike on the meter, then go through each room
again. Is there a cold spot in this room? Check the windows, and then take a reading from that cold spot in the room. If you are reading anywhere
from 1.8-2.7 milligauss, then chances are that you may have found some sort of paranormal disturbance. Can you follow the disturbance as you move
about the room? Good chance you have something. Take pictures of the room both in the daytime and night time. You may be surprised by what you get
Anyway, sorry for my rambling. Just wanted to have all my bases covered for this topic.
Thanks for bringing it up Gradius!
Peace be with you.