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posted on Mar, 30 2012 @ 08:17 PM
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Originally posted by randyvs
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Somethings are so unbelievable they must be true. Have you ever noticed that ? I think your story falls in this catagory yet sets itself apart from anything I've ever heard of. Un F______ believable !
You may have opened up a whole new part of paranormality.
Grave happenings seem to gravitate to you in a certain manner. What ever the hell is going on with you ? It is obviously coming from the mind. A beckoning ? A haunting ? A curse ? I feel there is something you can and need to do about this whatever it is. That crap would make me a nervous wreck.,
I do find it quite strange that this keeps happening to me, no explanation for it, i'm not into paranormal stuff and I don't think it has something to do with it. I can also say it changed me as a person, since I've never been confronted with death this way. I actually cried afterwards, it's a very shocking experience.But it's life and I'm not gonna sulk about it any longer since that doesn't benefit me or anyone, it could happen to anyone.




Originally posted by BellaSabre
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I'm so sorry that happened to you. Once when I was out of town for a few days, I returned home to find my ex-husband "strange". He was very quiet, and didn't want to talk.

After about a week, I heard him having a nightmare and I woke him up. He started crying, and told me while I was gone, there was a horrible wreck in front of our house. He had been asleep, and was awakened by screaming. Three girls in their twenties were thrown from the car. He called 911, and went back to them with blankets. One of them had died in his arms befored paramedics arrived. Yeah, it "messed him up" too. He had gone from girl to girl to girl, trying to comfort them until help arrived.

So sorry. That must be so traumatic.


I can fully relate, it's not something you forget, especially when you have never been confronted with death that way. You think you can help these people when in reality you can't do anything except provide comforting words so that these people aren't alone in their final minutes. That alone has helped me process this, knowing that I was there with them for their final moments.
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posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 10:37 AM
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I hope I didn't offend you but I think of it along the lines of " The Ghost and Mrs.Muir ". Unsettling for you indeed but the love this person felt for you is a compliment beyond everything else. Is it not ?



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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I have to tell you watching someone die turns me into a blubbering mess. I can hardly take it and I'm a tough guy from the streets. But seeing an innocent get hurt ruins me sometimes for days.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 03:06 PM
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Dang dude this would be a long list of stuff. I'll just say a few so it doesn't turn into a book.

I had two separate UFO experiences that stick out very strongly in my mind. I was with family both times, the first time my brother and I were walking down our country road when we saw this very large oval shaped red glowing light, it hovered around above us for a little while, then it was gone as quickly as it appeared.

Then next time I saw it was a few weeks later at my grandma's house, also out in the country, probably about 15-20 miles from where we lived. We (my mom and other brother) were sitting outside on her porch waiting for her to get home and the same light appeared again. Just as before, it stayed hovering above the house for a few minutes and then it was gone. What is maddening about this is I distinctly remember both occurrences, I can give lots of details about it and it was real (at least to me) just as sure as the keyboard I'm typing this on. However when the subject got brought up a few years later, my family had no recollection of it! Maddening! It's possible that these events could have just been dreams but I was younger then, not into the whole ufo conspiracy theory thing, so it seems doubtful to me.

Strange as those two occurrences were, Probably the weirdest things to have happened to me involve Psi phenomenon (or what appeared to be psi related things). I'll list the most memorable experiences I have had in that regard.

PK experiences.
Once, I was at a friends house listening to one of the instrumental songs from the Tool album Lateralus. I think it was track number 12, that has the really awesome drum beat. I felt like the song was lifting me up and carrying me away, I was in the living room just kind of swaying to the music and I had a pen in my hand (before that I was drawing). As the music got more intense I felt this feeling taking over me more and more, like everything was gone except the beats and the sound and the ambiance of it. Very suddenly I felt this burst in my hand and looked down to see the pen had shattered into a bunch of fragments. What was strange about it was I don't remember clenching my hand or doing anything physical that would have caused it to happen, and the pen looked like it had literally blown up into a bunch of tiny pieces. I have often wondered if it wasn't some kind of energy surge, the moment that had happened I felt I had reached a different place. However, there could very well be some rational explanation for it I'm sure.

Another weird PK instance happened when I was in high school. I was with friends and had a pencil sitting on the table about 2 feet in front of me. I had this sorta non-chalant "what the hell" moment/feeling and I arched my hand up at the edge of the table and just sorta willed the pencil to move toward me. When it did I almost crapped myself, because it wasn't something I was really expecting to happen, I was just kind of like "meh...wouldn't that be cool?" We were in a basement, the table was a level surface, there were no drafts no physical contact was made with it. I'm not sure how it happened but it was weird. Funny enough at the time I thought none of my other friends had seen me do it, it turns out one of them did see and confessed a few years later to being really freaked out by it.

Those are the two that stick out the most for me, but I can't tell you how many times I've had the little occurrences like saying something before someone else does, or thinking something and a split second someone else says just what I was thinking, same words, same tone, etc. These kind of things seem to happen to me almost every day, with different people.

So..yep. That's my..four cents lol.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 03:53 PM
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Aww, thanks.


It's interesting because in the long run, although Pete was a neat person, he would not have figured much in my life. But as it turns out, he did ...........because he showed me there is indeed a spirit world, and a rather unexpected life after death. By the way, I never heard a peep out of him after that day.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 07:12 PM
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Originally posted by BellaSabre
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Aww, thanks.


It's interesting because in the long run, although Pete was a neat person, he would not have figured much in my life. But as it turns out, he did ...........because he showed me there is indeed a spirit world, and a rather unexpected life after death. By the way, I never heard a peep out of him after that day.


I can still think of no other way to describe this. It is a very cute story.



posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 07:45 PM
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Once, I was at a friends house listening to one of the instrumental songs from the Tool album Lateralus. I think it was track number 12, that has the really awesome drum beat. I felt like the song was lifting me up and carrying me away, I was in the living room just kind of swaying to the music and I had a pen in my hand (before that I was drawing). As the music got more intense I felt this feeling taking over me more and more, like everything was gone except the beats and the sound and the ambiance of it. Very suddenly I felt this burst in my hand and looked down to see the pen had shattered into a bunch of fragments. What was strange about it was I don't remember clenching my hand or doing anything physical that would have caused it to happen, and the pen looked like it had literally blown up into a bunch of tiny pieces. I have often wondered if it wasn't some kind of energy surge, the moment that had happened I felt I had reached a different place. However, there could very well be some rational explanation for it I'm sure.

Seriously I can't begin top think of a rational explanation. but it lies somewhere between the pit of mans fears and the summit of his imagination.


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posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 08:03 PM
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About five years ago or so I was researching demonic possession and hauntings for a script I was writing. Spent hours a day reading on the subject, as a matter of fact that research is what lead me to ATS. Anyway I had recently moved back into my parents house and was going through some very old belongings of my father's grandfather. I'm looking through this stuff for hours and I came across a plain looking box full of small tiles, I guess they where like half inch by half inch square, doesn't matter.

While digging through the box out of nowhere this wave of fear just took me over. I really can't explain it other than it was the most fearful I've ever felt in my life, my heart was pounding, I felt like I was being watched and it almost felt like the air around me got thick. It was to the point that by the time I went upstairs to tell my brother my eyes where welling up with tears. As quickly as I explained what had happened the feeling was gone. His only response was I told you to leave that crazy stuff alone.

I've never experienced anything like that before or since, the fear part that is as I'm pretty sure I saw a ghost in the late nineties, no fear but it sure creeped me out though. I do believe in the paranormal but being that it was an isolated incident I can't help but think it was all subconscious as a result of months of studying, well crazy stuff.
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posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 12:22 AM
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lol! Nice vid, I often feel like I'm living in the twilight zone...



posted on Apr, 1 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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That's an odd one and you seem to be confronting yourself in a very realistic and honest way. Good for you.



posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 03:20 AM
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Originally posted by hhott



Also during childhood I sometimes heard other peoples' thoughts (mostly people I was "close" to such as my parents) to the extent that I would get confused and think they had said out loud what they were only thinking. My mother would sometimes get a bit scared because I would respond to something she said, only to have her tell me that she had not spoken but was thinking what I heard.




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i have experienced ,and still do sometimes, exactly what your talking about there. i found i could kinda control it sometimes. if i wanted to know something from someone , and knew they werent allowed to tell me, id ask the question normally and whether they gave me the answer or not i could quite often "guess" exactly what the answer was they were thinking. it was weird. not sure if i explained it very well does anyone know what i mean?? like i could ask mum a question that she didnt want me to know the answer to and she would make something up, but i could "feel" what she actually meant to say ?? ok im out before i make myself sound mental





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