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May 10th, 2004, 9:17 AM
Not sure if this should be in religion or paranormal...
This is from a website of a little 3-year-old boy with terminal cancer:
"For those of you praying for his comfort, this story may help you to know that your prayers are being heard. In the PICU he seemed to look at something we didnít see. Both sets of grandparents commented on this too. Last week, he was playing in the living room. He turned completely around and faced the kitchen. He looked directly at something or someone and smiled and waved hello. I turned around to see who was in the kitchen, but nobody was there. He continued to have some kind of silent conversation with whatever he was staring at for several more seconds. I believe that angels are preparing the way for him. My husband told me that he prays for our son not to be scared when the time comes. I told him that this was our assurance that the Lord would not let that happen to our son. Please keep praying."
Was he seeing angels, ghosts of deceased family members, Jesus, nothing????
May 10th, 2004, 11:29 PM
My house is supposedly haunted.....my sis and her friend came last week and her friend walked around the house and said he felt an energy. The home I live in a man died and accroding to my sis's friend the 'aura' 'spirit' of this man still exists now.....weird thing is my 1yr old son turns and waves bye-bye to no one there...even before this friend came....Is this for real? Can toddlers see what we can't?? I am surprised by the lack of replys here....
May 11th, 2004, 1:43 AM
I used to live in a house where the son had passed away. The only thing I remember was seeing a mobile hanging in my room sway for no good reason, Couldn't have been a draft. There were also cold spots in my room.
Many years ago when I was a wee lass and just getting my first bed I inhereted a Pillow from a great uncle. Years later I learned this was his pillow. I have never had any strange experiences from it. Actually it is my favorite pillow even tho it is so old.
When my boyfriends mother passed away I was there at the hospital with his family. Even tho the room she was in was big and there was maybe 5 people in the room, I felt like the room was buldging with people. Maybe I was feeling the presence of the family who had already passed and were there to greet her. Who knows maybe it was just the lack of sleep after spending several days at the hosiptal. All I can say is the room felt so crowded that you could hardly move.
May 11th, 2004, 4:40 PM
Hmm, well I lived at my own house before the age of 8-9 and expieranced some wierd occasional things there. The house at day had such a warm wonderful feeling(what can I say, I was a kid!), but during the night, it was a whole different world. I'm not sure if it was my imagination at the time, but I always feared being alone in my bedroom, or any dark area of the house without my brother or parents around, I felt a really dark presence around me. But it may have just of been me over imaginating playing my self.
I remember waking up during the night at times (bad bad move), that's when things were creepy. I used to see glowing by faint white/greenish lights which I thought were ghosts flying around my ceiling while I was lying in my crib(when I was about 3-4). I always ran to my mothers room as fast as I could, hoping for her to open the door so that the madness stops.
It really was bad for me to go trough all of that, I was one paranoid child. And to add on top of that, I lived right across the street of my city's cementary, with my bed near the window that faced it. :vbroll:
May 12th, 2004, 1:21 PM
I will occasionally think I see something or someone out of the corner of my eye, but when I look in the direction it was in, there's nothing there.
My daughter used to say she saw things. Once she even said she saw George Washington. Of course, this was probably her imagination because she prayed for him every night during her bedtime prayers. I'm not sure why she started doing this (praying for him) other than she learned about him in school and I guess decided he needed some help!
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