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Has Anyone Had More Than One Type of Paranormal Experience?

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posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 03:11 PM
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Ive had many types of paranormal experiences but the one that has been getting to me lately have been my "prediction" dreams. I though nothing of it in the beginning and now I'm starting to notice a pattern. Ill give an example. A few weeks ago I started having dreams of wild animals such as lions, bears, panthers, wolves. They would appear in my dreams and i would be surrounded but they never attacked me. I would dream that about 3x a week. The other days, I would dream of tornadoes, huge ones, coming towards me but I would always find a hideaway and I would see them from the distance. They kept on happening constantly till one day I finally had a dream about blood being spilled everywhere in this room. I woke up really grossed out and later that day I found out that someone had a brain aneurysm and a series of events happened after that, that created problems and stress indirectly (the person is related to my boyfriend). I couldnt help to think it was just a coincidence but those dreams seized the day that happened.

Since then, ive had more dreams that have happened including foreseeing two deaths. I dont know what to think of it but i am paying more careful attention to my dreams these days.




posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 03:20 PM
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Originally posted by cloudwatcher
I have been reading this thread from the beginning, however, I was without my computer for a couple weeks there.

I have not read every last page, but I have read the majority of them. Wow, wow and wow!!!
It is sooo good to know that you're not alone!

I had sent sled735 a u2u some weeks ago and had mentioned that I would be most curious to know if the people who have been life long experiencers have anything in common. Like age, sex, location, and ancestral back grounds. Just really peaked my interest when I started reading some of the stories on here. Do we have anything in common or is it just random?

I'll go first... 40 year old female from the Midwest USA, Scottish, Native American Indian and a little bit of French.

Do any of you have children that have similar experiences?

I have written of a few of my experiences on ATS and it is these types of experiences that brought me here in the first place. Like many others, either seeking answers or some sort of unknown validation.






Yes, it is REALLY good to know we aren't alone. I am sooooooo thankful for ATS so I can share with others and get their similar stories.

Okay, I am a 54 yr. old female. I was born and raised in the Mid-Eastern U.S. between the Appalachian Mountains and The Great Smoky Mountains. I am part Irish, German, and Cherokee Indian.

I'm happy you like the thread, keep coming back. I have friends that will be posting more stories soon. I keep remembering more that I had forgotten, too. I may think of more before I'm finished.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 03:25 PM
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Originally posted by blocula
I wonder if any any of the people who have posted experiences here in this thread,first messed around with ouija boards,seances ect,ect before their paranormal happenings occurred? and the fact that ouija boards were sold for decades as a board game and a toy,is very disturbing...


I hadn't used a ouija board when I first started having experiences, but my friend had one when I was around 9 yrs. old that we used once when I was there. So, I can't say mine started from using it. I agree..... they are not a toy, and parents should never buy them for their children! They don't know what they are messing with!



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 03:36 PM
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Originally posted by blackmetalmist
Ive had many types of paranormal experiences but the one that has been getting to me lately have been my "prediction" dreams. I though nothing of it in the beginning and now I'm starting to notice a pattern. Ill give an example. A few weeks ago I started having dreams of wild animals such as lions, bears, panthers, wolves. They would appear in my dreams and i would be surrounded but they never attacked me. I would dream that about 3x a week. The other days, I would dream of tornadoes, huge ones, coming towards me but I would always find a hideaway and I would see them from the distance. They kept on happening constantly till one day I finally had a dream about blood being spilled everywhere in this room. I woke up really grossed out and later that day I found out that someone had a brain aneurysm and a series of events happened after that, that created problems and stress indirectly (the person is related to my boyfriend). I couldnt help to think it was just a coincidence but those dreams seized the day that happened.

Since then, ive had more dreams that have happened including foreseeing two deaths. I dont know what to think of it but i am paying more careful attention to my dreams these days.


Have you ever read any books on the meaning of dreams? There are some great ones out there that will help you analyze your dreams, but I think each person has to ask themselves what the "symbols" mean to them personally, and how they made you "feel". Example: did the animals that surrounded you make you feel threatened, or did you feel they were protecting you from something? Each dream meaning is different for each dreamer, I think. Some of the meanings for dreams can't be applied to every situation, in my opinion. And not all dream books are the same, so make sure you get one that goes into detail about interrupting dreams. I think I've read one by Sylvia Brown in the past... can't remember. But if she has one on dreams, I'd buy that one! She's good!
Thanks for sharing.........



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by sled735

Originally posted by blackmetalmist
Ive had many types of paranormal experiences but the one that has been getting to me lately have been my "prediction" dreams. I though nothing of it in the beginning and now I'm starting to notice a pattern. Ill give an example. A few weeks ago I started having dreams of wild animals such as lions, bears, panthers, wolves. They would appear in my dreams and i would be surrounded but they never attacked me. I would dream that about 3x a week. The other days, I would dream of tornadoes, huge ones, coming towards me but I would always find a hideaway and I would see them from the distance. They kept on happening constantly till one day I finally had a dream about blood being spilled everywhere in this room. I woke up really grossed out and later that day I found out that someone had a brain aneurysm and a series of events happened after that, that created problems and stress indirectly (the person is related to my boyfriend). I couldnt help to think it was just a coincidence but those dreams seized the day that happened.

Since then, ive had more dreams that have happened including foreseeing two deaths. I dont know what to think of it but i am paying more careful attention to my dreams these days.


Have you ever read any books on the meaning of dreams? There are some great ones out there that will help you analyze your dreams, but I think each person has to ask themselves what the "symbols" mean to them personally, and how they made you "feel". Example: did the animals that surrounded you make you feel threatened, or did you feel they were protecting you from something? Each dream meaning is different for each dreamer, I think. Some of the meanings for dreams can't be applied to every situation, in my opinion. And not all dream books are the same, so make sure you get one that goes into detail about interrupting dreams. I think I've read one by Sylvia Brown in the past... can't remember. But if she has one on dreams, I'd buy that one! She's good!
Thanks for sharing.........


Ill defnitely have to check that out.
As for the animals in my dreams, they were just there and although I did fear them, if they came too close to me, I was able to just shove them away with my hand and they didn't attack me back. Except for this mountain lion that kept on looking at me from a distance. He seemed to be stalking me but didnt dare venture close cause I was surrounded by bigger predators ex. grizzly bear.

I honestly hope those particular dreams dont return cause just thinking about it makes me not want to fall asleep!



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 04:25 PM
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Originally posted by cloudwatcher
I had sent sled735 a u2u some weeks ago and had mentioned that I would be most curious to know if the people who have been life long experiencers have anything in common. Like age, sex, location, and ancestral back grounds. Just really peaked my interest when I started reading some of the stories on here. Do we have anything in common or is it just random?

I'll go first... 40 year old female from the Midwest USA, Scottish, Native American Indian and a little bit of French.



Female, 40. Scottish, French , Irish.

Lots of experiences, ghosts, premonitions, empath, potential abductee....entities...you name it.

No experience with a ouija board...ever.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 04:35 PM
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Could you share some of your experiences with us, please?



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 04:53 PM
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I've had many experiences but to tell you the truth, I think I've learned to block out that side of me out of sheer fear. I don't like feeling someone follow me or knowing that some invisible entity is in the room with me. Both my sister and I share the same, um, "gift(?)". We've even walked into the same room and described to each other the same type of person we felt in a particular room.

I ask though, how come do people go a lifetime without experiencing anything? I had a co-worker that loved to hear my stories of the crap that has happened to me and swears that he'd never ever seen or felt anything out of the ordinary.

I sometimes ask myself if we (the people who experience) are the crazies, and they the sane. Or are they are the broken ones.....



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 07:34 PM
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Originally posted by SpaceCowboy78
I've had many experiences but to tell you the truth, I think I've learned to block out that side of me out of sheer fear. I don't like feeling someone follow me or knowing that some invisible entity is in the room with me. Both my sister and I share the same, um, "gift(?)". We've even walked into the same room and described to each other the same type of person we felt in a particular room.

I ask though, how come do people go a lifetime without experiencing anything? I had a co-worker that loved to hear my stories of the crap that has happened to me and swears that he'd never ever seen or felt anything out of the ordinary.

I sometimes ask myself if we (the people who experience) are the crazies, and they the sane. Or are they are the broken ones.....


No, I don't think we are the "crazies". Some people just have something concerning the brain that allows them to see and experience things that others don't. I will never label myself as crazy when there are millions of others who have seen and experienced the same thing as I have.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 07:41 PM
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Originally posted by blocula
I wonder if any any of the people who have posted experiences here in this thread,first messed around with ouija boards,seances ect,ect before their paranormal happenings occurred? and the fact that ouija boards were sold for decades as a board game and a toy,is very disturbing...


Never, never, never! I wouldn't trust a ouija board as far as I could throw the Library of Congress! Thank goodness I never was exposed to one as a toy, or I very may well have encountered some mean spirited spirits by now. My cousin and a few friends got themselves terrified by one several years ago, and now he won't touch one either. it's like hearing a noise outside your door at 3 am, and putting on a blindfold before swinging the door open wide to let whoever ot whatever it is into your home, and your life. I really didn't go looking for it at all, it kind of came to me!



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 07:50 PM
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Originally posted by sled735
And not all dream books are the same, so make sure you get one that goes into detail about interrupting dreams. I think I've read one by Sylvia Brown in the past... can't remember. But if she has one on dreams, I'd buy that one! She's good!
Thanks for sharing.........


I have that book Sylvia Browne did on dreams... it was neat, in a general sort of way. Basically she says any one item in a dream could mean many things to many people... which makse sense. The example I heard her use on The Montel Show many years ago was about cats. Some people may love them and get warm fuzzy thoughts when they see one in their dreams, and some people are totally creeped out by them, so their appearance in that dream could be a terrifying experience. So it pays to give it a lot of thought, and try to figure out what each thing (or animal!) means to you when they appear in your dreams. I believe that image was placed there to help you be aware of something specifically meant for you, and could mean something else to another dreamer. Maybe a warning? Maybe to help you remember that wonderful time at the fair when your beloved grandpa shot at plastic ducks for an hour to win you that cool stuffed tiger you thought you'd die without? Just sayin...



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 08:14 PM
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By the way, I forgot to post my information: 47, female, born in east Tennessee, lower middle class, a loner most of the time, English, Irish, Scottish, German, Cherokee and French (as far as Ancestry.com says!). No real religious influence, we didn't go to church or anything, and I wasn't saved until I was 19. I can say the bulk of the experiences came in my late thirties and early forties, and the channeling started five months after I saw "Max" the Crystal Skull in Johnson City. that was overwhelming... the air was charged with electricity, and all I could do was cry like I was seeing an old friend I'd given up on ever seeing again. Pretty amazing... now I wish I could book a 30 minute session with him, knowing what I know now about meditation. I didn't have a clue what to do when I saw Max that first time.

Interesting enough, the night before I went to see this ancient Crystal Skull, I read that some psychics connect with him over vast distances to receive information through him, so as I fell into bed I sent out the thought, "Hey Max, you out there?" I immediately slammed down into my bed like I weighed a ton, and off I went, flying and bobbing over treetops until I was about sick at my stomach. I was passing over large groups of people, at night, most around campfires, all singing. Their sounds morphed into each other as I left one group and came across (or flew across) another one. First was Tibetan monk chanting, then a Southern gospel sound, then Native American, then a Muslim call to prayer. I had a "knowing" come to me, which was "They all fit together." I thought oh, like a rainbow, and the knowing came back to me, "More like music. They all have a different vibration, but they all fit together." Ever since then I've been bombarded online and on TV by messages about everyone's vibration, vibrational healing, raising your vibration, etc. That little speed trip lasted a few seconds, but it was wild. Oh yeah, and guess Where Max was before his current caretaker, JoAnn Parks got him? In Tibet, with a Tibetan healer... wonder if that had anything to do with Tibetan chanting being first on my trip?
edit on 12-3-2012 by Scribe611 because: Forgot to include my pedigree!



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 10:03 PM
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This is starting to be interesting as to how many of us are mutts. I am also, scottish, irish, german, french and Native American. Not cherokee though.



posted on Mar, 12 2012 @ 11:51 PM
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Originally posted by ofhumandescent
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Yes my whole life has been one big paranormal experience.

Not going into it because I do not have a tough skin and do not feel like getting flamed, ridiculed and having people throw ignorant and cruel remarks at me.

Keep in mind, what we consider "paranormal" today will be explained by quantum physics tomorrow.

There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamed of in thy philosophy. - (William Shakespeare, Hamlet)


Yeah that's fair enough and i'm sorry you feel that way. I hate that people do things like that I mean why even bother coming onto threads like these if they're just gonna ridicule peoples experiences and try and act like they're smarter than everyone. Hope you find the strength to share one day



posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 12:51 AM
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Originally posted by cloudwatcher
I had sent sled735 a u2u some weeks ago and had mentioned that I would be most curious to know if the people who have been life long experiencers have anything in common. Like age, sex, location, and ancestral back grounds. Just really peaked my interest when I started reading some of the stories on here. Do we have anything in common or is it just random?

I'll go first... 40 year old female from the Midwest USA, Scottish, Native American Indian and a little bit of French.


I am around 20 years old, female. Live on the West Coast of the USA. I am a regular old Mexican with some Tarascan, an indian tribe in Mexico, blood in me.

My family originated from Mexico on both sides. Except it only seems that this whole thing mostly runs on my father's side of the family. Most of them have had some experience or ability. It goes way back in the family line. The earliest stories I heard to explain it was that one of our ancestor's were shaman. My dad used to tell me many stories passed down throughout the family.



posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 06:07 AM
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Originally posted by Scribe611
By the way, I forgot to post my information: 47, female, born in east Tennessee, lower middle class, a loner most of the time, English, Irish, Scottish, German, Cherokee and French (as far as Ancestry.com says!). No real religious influence, we didn't go to church or anything, and I wasn't saved until I was 19. I can say the bulk of the experiences came in my late thirties and early forties, and the channeling started five months after I saw "Max" the Crystal Skull in Johnson City. that was overwhelming... the air was charged with electricity, and all I could do was cry like I was seeing an old friend I'd given up on ever seeing again. Pretty amazing... now I wish I could book a 30 minute session with him, knowing what I know now about meditation. I didn't have a clue what to do when I saw Max that first time.

Interesting enough, the night before I went to see this ancient Crystal Skull, I read that some psychics connect with him over vast distances to receive information through him, so as I fell into bed I sent out the thought, "Hey Max, you out there?" I immediately slammed down into my bed like I weighed a ton, and off I went, flying and bobbing over treetops until I was about sick at my stomach. I was passing over large groups of people, at night, most around campfires, all singing. Their sounds morphed into each other as I left one group and came across (or flew across) another one. First was Tibetan monk chanting, then a Southern gospel sound, then Native American, then a Muslim call to prayer. I had a "knowing" come to me, which was "They all fit together." I thought oh, like a rainbow, and the knowing came back to me, "More like music. They all have a different vibration, but they all fit together." Ever since then I've been bombarded online and on TV by messages about everyone's vibration, vibrational healing, raising your vibration, etc. That little speed trip lasted a few seconds, but it was wild. Oh yeah, and guess Where Max was before his current caretaker, JoAnn Parks got him? In Tibet, with a Tibetan healer... wonder if that had anything to do with Tibetan chanting being first on my trip?
edit on 12-3-2012 by Scribe611 because: Forgot to include my pedigree!


VERY INTERESTING, SCRIBE! WOW!
Yeah, I think we all "fit together". I told a friend of mine not too long ago, the way I define all the different beliefs is like a tree with many branches. We may be on a different path (tree limbs) to reach our goal (God, or whatever you choose to call Him), but we come from the same "source" (tree trunk). We are all on different "branches" because we have different lessons to learn while we're here. Does that make sense?



posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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Will share one; Was in nursing. Had a old lady that was dying. I took really good care of her, really gave her the special queen treatment, loving and caring - she was very nice.

Well, I had the weekend off but told her I would see her Monday first thing.

She was bedridden, couldn't get out of bed if the building was on fire.

That Monday, I walked in and there were a few plastic chairs outside her room in the hallway with her sitting on one.

I ran up and sat down by her, touched her............TOUCHED HER.

I told her not to move, I would get help and we would get her back to bed.

She said, "I just wanted to tell you thank you for being so nice to me." I told her don't move, you could fall, we will help you back to bed and ran to the nurses station very close by and told them "hurry help me Mrs X is out of bed in a chair."

They looked at me very strange and said, "Mrs X passed away recently."

I told my two co nurses what she said and then ran back, she was gone, her bed was empty and made up.

My two nursing partners told me they believed me, that I was known for being truthful and reality based and Mrs X probably just wanted me to know she was grateful.

I sat next to her and she seemed as real as the keyboard I am typing on. And no I didn't do drugs, drink or have psyche problems.

Ghost?

Unfinished business?

She was a very nice lady - and yes again, I touched her arm, it felt real, not a transparent misty apparition.

In the blink of an eye the chairs were again empty.

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posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 07:16 PM
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My background is 45 male: scottish, german, english, welsh, native american, and probably some scandinavian and other things too. I've never had any interest in religion, spirituality, or paranormal except for UFOs. I've never seen a ouija board.

I have a brother and sister with the same background as myself, but they haven't experienced anything paranormal. I'm more creative and imaginative, but they probably have higher IQs than me. I also have days where I can barely function due to depression, and they don't seem to have that problem.



posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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Scottish, Irish, Welsh, English, French and maybe Greek - plus probably other stuff thrown in I'm not even aware of..........real Heinz 57 I am.

Was told I favor my father, Scotch (Monroe).



posted on Mar, 13 2012 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by sled735

Originally posted by blocula
I wonder if any any of the people who have posted experiences here in this thread,first messed around with ouija boards,seances ect,ect before their paranormal happenings occurred? and the fact that ouija boards were sold for decades as a board game and a toy,is very disturbing...


I hadn't used a ouija board when I first started having experiences, but my friend had one when I was around 9 yrs. old that we used once when I was there. So, I can't say mine started from using it. I agree..... they are not a toy, and parents should never buy them for their children! They don't know what they are messing with!
I played with ouija boards many times when i was a kid,just about all of us in our family did back then and so did most everyone i knew.They were sold as a toy,a board game,i got one for christmas more than once,which is capitalist insanity and parker brothers still holds all trademarks and patents for this still sold and still called game and toy and about ten brands of talking boards are sold today under various names...

The fact that these ouija boards are still sold to people and children all over the world as a toy and a board game,even after most everyone knows that they are bad news and a portal to the unknown, tells me that the wealthy and powerful businessmen and industrialists want our world over run by diabolical forces and as long as they get ever more rich,at the mainstreams spiritual,emotional and financial expense,they could care less.If they did care,the ouija board would'nt still be made readily available and easily obtained...

Who knows how long it takes for manevolent and benevolent entities to pass through the windows and doorways that playing with ouija boards most likely opens? sometimes it could happen right away,or it could take hours or days and sometimes it might take years for these beings to work find their way into our dimension and what exactly do these windows and doorways look like from "the other side?
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