posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 02:55 AM
Just thinking here and had a quick search, does the statue look anything like this :
This is St Joseph, apparently some people bury this statue to bring them luck when seling their homes
The tradition has been traced to Saint Teresa of Avila who prayed that Saint Joseph would intercede to obtain land for Christian converts, and
encourged her Discalced Carmelite nuns to bury Saint Joseph medals as a symbol of devotion, consecrating the ground in Joseph's name. Remember, also,
that Joseph was a man who knew about moving on a moment's notice (e.g., the flight to Egypt), and providing for a home for his family. He also knows
what it's like to have housing trouble (remember the manger? and being turned away from the inns?), and so is likely to be sympathetic to people with
trouble getting or leaving a home.
You can find some info here www.st-josephstatue.com...
Find out equally if the previous occupants before you were of a religious nature (maybe ask at the local parish church)...
It would be good to know what type of material your house is made of too, (wood tends to make a lot of noise which may be attributed to some of the
sounds that have been heard when heating or cooling down due to temperature changes and astmospheric conditions), check for draughts too which may
cause disturbances of dust in the air).
Find out equally if you have energy lines running through the land where your house is situated which have sometimes been attributed to sensations of
It's just a though, but you never know!
edit on 30-4-2013 by Rodinus because: Crap spelling mistake again
edit on 30-4-2013 by Rodinus because: Link
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