posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 10:58 PM
I don't know how to explain it, and it may be something quite mundane once we get to the science of figuring it out, but definitely there is
something going on energetically related to death. There are too many anomalies around it for there not to be, I think.
When I was 9 my mom died. I dreamed it right when it happened. Kind of in the back of my mind, I was seriously starting to think I must have imagined
it all when one night my dad told me it had happened the morning before. I wasn't sad (at the time) because we'd had a long talk about it in the
dream, and I understood it was ok. (That didn't last, but at least at the moment of revelation it made it seem ok.) Nobody had thought to tell me she
wasn't going to get better, and she died sooner than even the doctors expected, so it was a surprise.
A lot of very 'non-woo' people have reported events around death, in particular parents, especially mothers, appearing (sometimes as a ghostly
spectre, sometimes seeming to be real for a few moments) to the child (and sometimes to their spouse, their fellow soldiers, etc. who are with them)
either to say goodbye (when it turns out they were killed such as in a car accident just when it occurred) or to warn them (such as from their
impending doom if they go that-a-way).
Once, my father's close friend died, and he was horribly broken up about it (in that strong silent manly man way that just made me want to cry FOR
him) because he hadn't talked to the man in far too long. He had no closure. I wished I could spare him that. We used to live across the country so
he isn't near any of his few close friends anymore. Much later (maybe a year), I had this dream that another of his old friends was going to die I
sensed in a week, maybe two, closer to a week. I felt like the dream was literally warning me so I could warn him. So he wouldn't have another close
friend die without closure. I called him at work and asked him how long since he'd talked to that friend and he said about a year and a half, that
he'd sent him stuff in the mail about six months before but never heard back. I told him I dreamed that man was going to die soon and he needed to
call him. I bugged him a couple days later, and a couple days later. I finally threw a minor fit about it, that he'd been 'missing' him with
messages and that he needed to talk to him.
So it was a Saturday and he reached the guy and they talked for hours on the phone, really great catching up. It was either Sunday or Monday morning
the man had some something like a heart attack (something sudden, his health was not great as it turns out, although I hadn't known that, but the
thing that killed him was sudden) and died. Dad was really glad that he had had such a great long talk with him before it happened. The man had been
kind of a father figure for dad, whose own father was mostly absent and died when he was a young teen, so it was a big deal.
Funny though, he did not remember my telling him of the dream even though I had told him about five times before he finally reached the man. He
actually suggested it was incredible luck that he'd just happen to talk to him right before it happened. When I reminded him of my calls to him and
the dream, he remembered, but like 15 minutes later, he'd forgotten again, it was clear by his phrasing. He was not senile. I think it's just an
example of how powerful belief systems are. He doesn't believe in anything like that, everything supernatural-woo scares him actually, so his mind
rewrote those details instantly. I let it go, it doesn't matter why, I was just glad he got closure that time.
I suspect when people die, on some subconscious level they know it. You can often see it, after the fact, that not long before death people kind of
seemed to reach out make contact with a lot of people they'd not talked to in awhile, stuff like that.