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#1 jomarie

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 03:41 AM

Hi all I have had the most trying 2 weeks, but i need to tell my story while it is fresh in my mind, It was very weird and a tad spooky!
My Son has been in a childrens hospital in a very serious condition, He has always been very sensitive, but this just blew my mind away.when we got there everything seemed fine other than him being so sick, around the 3rd day I felt my grandfather with me, but by the end of the day my son could sense him there too. On the 4th night in the hospital his condition took a turn for the worse and he started "hallucinating" as the drs put it, but I knew differently! To start with he told the dr he couldnt look at his face because of all the blood on his face, there was no blood! after that things got weirder he was having a very bad time of it and as myself and a nurse were standing over him i had the strangest feeling against my legs. I looked behind me but there was nothing. The nurse asked what was wrong and i told her I had the strangest feeling that a dog just rubbed up against my legs. 10 min later My son was Patting a "dog" and talking to him calling him by name and everything. It was our dog that died 2 years earlier. he was moved to another room for observation and in that room he complained of the suitcases on the window ledges that werent there, by now i had figured out what was going on so i just went along with what ever he said. At this stage i Was feeling a bit strange in this room and without warning my son told me he didnt want all these kids in this room watching him ( we were alone still) So i told the kids that trent didnt want any visitors today and they had to go. He sighed and said thanks mum! they had left.
Now to my experience of the night. After He had settled into a more stable condition i started to relax and try to go to sleep, this was near on impossible, so I thought meditaing would help. I faced my son and started to go through the motions of meditating all of a sudden the room seemed to pulsate and i opened my eyes to see the most magificent thing above trents bed a women with gold hair a beautiful smile and the the most amazing wings i have ever seen. Now i was a bit worried about why she was there so i thought to her if you have come to take him away you have to leave... she looked at me then at my son looked at me again smiled and dissapeared. the room went darker and all the vibrations stopped. He slept very soundly after that. The whole time I was meditating I didnt feel scared , just worried. I could feel so many spirits with me though people i have known and loved over the years, but then I had as my child started to go really bad, begged for all of them to help me. I know they listened because at the time of all of this I was really too stressed out to think about the spirit world in a rational way. I know without a doubt I didnt make any of this up.
My child had surgery the next day, they said if they had waited another half hour he wouldn't of been here so i know he was that close to the other side he could taste it. We are not out of the woods yet as the surgery was just to save his life and give us time to decide what to do next, but i thank all of the spirits for doing what i asked and bringing me the help I needed. I dont know what i have to give in return but it will be worth it I am sure.
I hope I havent been too long winded , but it is still so awe inspiring for me I Didnt want to leave too much out.
Merry christmas all and a very happy and safe new year, Jo.

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 07:20 AM

That's an amazing story Jo. You said that at one point you knew what was going on with your son's supposed hallucinations... do you mean something other than the fact that he was seeing spirits?

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 07:25 AM

~Oh Jo, that was in inspiring story. My heart and prayers go out to you and your little boy, please please keep us updated on how he is doing. I will pray as hard as I can that he gets back to being an active little boy. :clap: :clap:
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Posted 18 December 2006 - 08:19 AM

woww Jomarie is sad that you are going through such a rough time, and you son, is suffering so much, glad to hear that everything is getting better, and glad to hear that when we are in the depth of despair, we are never alone.

I wish you all the best for you and your family....
Merry Christmas to you too.

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 08:37 AM

(for the record, I like long stories) I hope your son gets through it okay and thank you for sharing! :)

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Posted 19 December 2006 - 04:08 PM

Hi there, Thanks for the support guys My son is in intensive care for the night for observation of the pressure on his brain and all things going well by friday he will have had the surgery he needs and be on the road to recovery.
As to I knew what was going on yes i knew there were spirirts in the room I think one of the nurses realized this too as she didnt come back in after my old dog being there. The only medication he was on was paracetamol and ibrufen so i know it wasn't a drug hallucination. I knew without a doubt he had pressure on the brain even though several dr's and 2 surgeons had all said they weren't convinced and even unconcered that his condition was even very serious. Something kept telling me to keep pushing them, call it mothers intuition or something else, but so far this last few weeks everything i have said I am concerned is happening to him, they have said no it's not the 2 to 3 days later they come up with the this "brilliant" idea, you know the one I sugested the few days before. Considering his specialist is meant to be the best in the state, it is almost scary huh hehe.

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Posted 19 December 2006 - 04:27 PM

It really irks me when doctors don't listen to their patients. Just because we don't have a string of letters after our name and don't have a $50-million degree, we don't know squat. Two years ago I went to the ER with kidney stones. I knew they were kidney stones but the good ol' doc insisted on an MRI on my stomach, only to tell me... you guessed it, kidney stones. But they need to drive up that medical bill so the doctors and hospital make their money.

Anyway, I'm glad your son will be okay. Whirly Dude

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Posted 20 December 2006 - 12:55 PM

I had a couple of eperiences while recovering from a near fatal motorcycle accident in early December of '05. I'd have to search and see if I can find the post in the archives.

After reading your accounts I am reminded of the words of the Conductor in The Polar Express, "Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real things in the world are the things we can't see."

I found it, Here's the link--> http://www.ghostvill...showtopic=12102
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Posted 20 December 2006 - 02:34 PM

I have just recently gone through this with my son's Dr. telling him what I thought was wrong and now, three months later he is finally on board! Geesh! I am so sick of being the one who has to do all the research, all the guessing, all the thinking when it comes to what could be wrong when my kids are sick. The fact is, we as mothers know our children best and our intuition is so in tune. I think God gave us this gift.
I have no doubt that he saw spirits. What a beautiful thought and thank you for sharing it.

God Bless and Merry Christmas

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Posted 22 December 2006 - 12:53 PM

I have just recently gone through this with my son's Dr. telling him what I thought was wrong and now, three months later he is finally on board! Geesh! I am so sick of being the one who has to do all the research, all the guessing, all the thinking when it comes to what could be wrong when my kids are sick. The fact is, we as mothers know our children best and our intuition is so in tune. I think God gave us this gift.
I have no doubt that he saw spirits. What a beautiful thought and thank you for sharing it.

God Bless and Merry Christmas

I agree cmraposa sometimes I wonder why they get paid so well when we seem to be doing all the research for them, But we cant change it so i guess i will have to put that in the too hard basket and let it go.
As to how my boy is going, he had his surgery yesterday, no magor complications and is resting in intensive care for 24 hours before being aloowed back in the nuerology ward. So far his pressure has been relieved and hasn't returned so we are all feeling a tad more relaxed. touch wood he will be allowed home a bit sooner than they all predicted, but i wont get my hopes up, it's too crushing when it doesnt come true. merry christmas to you all

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Posted 22 December 2006 - 02:40 PM

That's good to hear! Merry Christmas to you too and that sweet little boy of yours. :hug:

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 02:04 AM

the angels have been listening I am sure of it. It is Christmas eve and Here we are at home the whole family. Unbelievably, he responded so much better than the dr's thought he would and this morning they said we could take him home on "Weekend release" thats two days at home to see how he copes. So far so good, he is very weak and tires easily, but really what else could the nurses do that I can't here at home. \
Thanks all for your support and well wishes.
This whole experience all still seems a bit sureal to me, but at least now I will be able to relax and sort through all that has happened and see if I can figure a few other things out.
Merry christmas all!

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Posted 24 December 2006 - 02:57 PM

jomarie, what a touching story. It bought tears to my eyes. children see more then we do and I always trust my kids when they say the have touched/seen someone. These people around your son were what got him thru all this. they were there to make sure all is ok. I will say a prayer that all will continue to go well for him.. This is truly a beautiful Christmas Story!

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Posted 27 December 2006 - 10:45 PM

Ok now that I have been home for a couple of days and had a chance to relax, well sort of any way. I have a few other things that happened throughout our stay in the hospital, some of these things I am just not sure of how to interpret, but maybe some of you will be able to give me some incite.
Ok now the day after Trent had his first surgery, I went down to the local markets just unwind and relax, now i went into a stall that had all sorts of crystals and stones. I was looking at the crystals thinking I should get one for T and help him relax, I was just picking up one of the boxes of stones and my hand went over a particular piece when the ground seemed to shift beneth me and I sort moved just out of phase with evey one else, at first I thought on no i am going to faint for the first time in the middle of a shop, but then it all righted its self and every thing went back to normal. I put the box down and moved on but as I ran my hand over the boxes again the same piece went under my hand and the exact same thing happened again.
Of course I bought the stone... I am after all a female and curious to boot lol.
Now I was walking down past all the other stalls and went past a physcic stall I was just looking at the different things the stall had to offer when all of a sudden I got this really sharp pain in the front of my head,, so intense I almost couldnt stand it. I looked up and the man in the stall was looking at mee really weirdly as he got up to come to me I paniced and backed away as soon as I past the stall the pain dissappeared almost immediatly. I figured that that was enough excitement for one day and went back to the hospital, when I got there I found that Trent was suffering from a really bad headache.
Ok to the next thing that happened. The night before his second surgery i was just going off too sleep in bed next him and just as i was dozing off I still had my eyes closed and a womans face was lying there right in front of me. I opened my eyes and she was still there almost touching nose to nose. It was just her head and her hands. Now I am not an overly religous person, but I am spiritual. But the person that came to my mind when i was looking at this womans face was that it was Mary. she just looked at me and then told me that everything was going to be ok. then she just wasn't there any more. I felt total peace even though I had been so upset all day as the Dr's had told me that I wouldn't be getting my boy home for christmas and might not even have him home till the new year as he was just too sick. I took it as the opp was going to be ok, but I am thinking that she was telling me that he would be home for christmas, because he surprised everyone by getting out of bed within 30 hours and even sitting in a chair for the first time in 2&1/2 weeks.
The other thing that happened while in there was while laying on the bed next to Trent I felt our old dog again just sitting there watching me, his tounge was hanging out and he had that proud look about him when he knew he had done good. soon after that all of a sudden I expereinced the same greif that I had when he died and then all of a sudden i felt each and every person that had been with us the past few weeks as if they were all in the room above me and watching, and then I expereinced the overwhelming greif again for each of them all at once. It was almost like I was saying goodbye to them again for the last time. I hope not, but if they have moved on I know i will be ok still.
once again I have thanks for everyone support and have a great new year

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Posted 28 December 2006 - 01:52 AM

I feel that crystals have strange properties. They are actually quartz and quartz has electrical properties. Quartz is used in microphones to transfer sound to electrical impulses so they can be amplified and transferred (i.e. telephone handsets). Sand is quartz but on a smaller scale. Most quartz is milky, rose colored, peach colored and red (Jasper). All of these forms of quartz possess these strange properties but clear quartz is the holy grail so-to-speak. Clear quartz is the purest form of the stone and is rare in a natural, unrefined state. If one can fine a clear crystal that was removed from the earth in that form, then that person possesses a rare and powerful stone.

Edited by Axman, 28 December 2006 - 01:53 AM.

Ah. Well... I attended Juilliard... I'm a graduate of the Harvard business school. I travel quite extensively. I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I've seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT... NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU'RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY... NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I'm qualified? --BeetlejuiceI'm the ghost with the most, babe.--BeetlejuiceWe've come for your daughter Chuck--Beetlejuice




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