Posted 04 February 2004 - 04:08 PM
Unfortunately we did not get any EVP's when the warrior crossed over. I have only heard one EVP that was in another language. It was "bootsman", I found out later from someone in the village that this was German for a merchant marine seaman. There are alot of German immigrants living in the area around the farm that we obtained the EVP from. Would love to get some EVP from the coliseum to see how many different languages are recorded.
Posted 04 February 2004 - 10:14 PM
Hey, Fly, I think it would be fascinating to find out, but if they are telepathic, language may not be a barrier at all, especially if they're determined to be understood. But, I've also heard EVP's by other villagers of what was certainly a different language, possibly a tribal tongue.
Um-if you do decide to go to Rome,I can put you in touch with someone who has by happy coincidence studied Latin*LOL*I mean, what can be more practical with a potentially aggravated spirit than someone saying "The dog is black"? ;D
Hi, Ghosthunter1010...it ROCKS, it really does, we have a great bunch of people and I look forward to seeing more from you ;D
Now that is a very intriguing encounter, do you happen to know what tribe he was from? Was it just the one presence in
that house or were there others? The door/fog must have been
really impressive, if I may ask, how did your son handle the whole situation?
Hey, Owlie, as always I'm grateful for the history lesson, I know next to nothing about Oklahoma's past and could have sworn up and down they were a state during the Civil War, but I was-at best-an indifferent student of geography.
*LOL*Aww...you hit it on the head, my friend, I do think they can cross on their own and I am glad that the Callico Woman found peace at last Clock? What'd you experience? Was it a handling thing and seeing a past owner or just the feeling of a presence?
Hullo, Akthra, very well said, my friend. I think in most cases of paranormal activity, especially a haunting, people get nervous because it calls into question their own beliefs
of what happens after we die. By most belief systems when the body dies, there's some form of accounting followed by reward or consequence based on the way we lived our lives, so how are spirits possible in that paradigm? Its a tough call, hey?
For myself I try to explain the process/stages of Death and Dying*technically, this applies to the terminally ill, but it works really well*and it gives them something to relate to from their own experience...unless they're the type that
totally goes into denial about death [smiley=cwm28.gif]
Posted 08 February 2004 - 02:32 AM
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Posted 18 February 2004 - 06:12 AM
I think that while we may disagree on the semantics of why a
presence may linger,we're on the same side. I hope you come to enjoy this community as much as I do
Posted 23 February 2004 - 02:34 PM
Posted 23 February 2004 - 04:56 PM
Take some time to look around and share your thoughts with others, don't be shy. It doesn't matter if you believe Ghosts & Spirits exist or not, you will find many that agree with you no matter your position. It's all good and the exchange of ideas makes all richer for the experience.
Don't forget to stop in to Personal Encounters, you might find it interesting.
btw it's better if you don't let anyone "tell" you what to believe- no matter what it is. Tis better to actually, physically get out and seek the truth for yourself
Posted 24 February 2004 - 05:22 AM
Anyway, my coven (we are Wiccan )assembled to assist the spirits to move on and to secure a measure of peace for us living there. I'm sorry to say that we were not thinking properly at the time, as none of us thought to catch any images or EVP. In a two-part ritual, we first cleansed the house and sealed it magickally to keep the entities out. We saw the male entity (an extremely angry, abusive spirit) in the bathroom mirror and later saw/heard his knocking on the front door and attempting to turn the knob. The second part of the ritual involved going to the playground/gazebo area and assisting the spirits of the little boy and the man to cross over. The little boy went easily; I remember talking to him about his mommy and sister who were waiting for him. He attempted to cling to me, but after a while a golden light opened up above him and he scampered up the beam of light. The male presence was not so easy. We created a magical circle in the place that his presence was the strongest (the gazebo) and did a LOT of mental work to get him to leave. I really have a hard time going into the details, even now, mainly because it seems so, well, far-fetched. (And a lot of it involves technical principles of religion/spirituality that I don’t think that this is quite the right forum for discussing.) The spirit did leave and all was well thereafter
Posted 24 February 2004 - 08:50 AM
Quote I really have a hard time going into the details, even now, mainly because it seems so, well, far-fetched. (And a lot of it involves technical principles of religion/spirituality that I don’t think that this is quite the right forum for discussing.)
I hope you will consider copy/pasting your post in the Personal Encounters board (Into The Light thread at the top). This is exactly the kind of experiences I am hoping to share with others in the Village to help them better understand what helping spirits cross over is all about. If you would care to share the "technical principles of religion/spirituality" in the Into The Light thread, please do. I think it would be fascinating! Don't be shy. I hope to develope this into a thread where little discussed true topics (such as your experiences) give others a unique viewpoint to consider.
Posted 21 May 2004 - 10:35 AM
Take my hand and we'll go riding through the sunshine from above
Posted 21 May 2004 - 10:55 AM
In some cases one would question that they may not be asking for our help and that its presumptuous to try to determine it for them and that our sole purpose/interest is to study them and not interfere*LOL*If it is indeed possible to study without interacting and by that interaction, changing them ;D
Posted 21 May 2004 - 11:00 AM
I think we need to look at studies or investigations (perhaps not private residence or private calls for assistance) like we are studying a culture. It's not something we understand, it may seem incredibly bazaar to most, and it's something we really want to show the rest of the world.
Posted 21 May 2004 - 12:13 PM
When I first moved into my home, we had some troublesome entities floating around. They weren't harmful or angry by any means, just bothersome. I had my coven come over to assist in offering some peace as well to those who lived here. However, the one man (whom I mentioned in the Codes of Conduct thread) decided to take it upon himself to close this entity outside of my house, which wasn't what I wanted at all.
Got a nasty dream about it afterwards, although nothing further ever occured with this spirit, whom I still feel was trying to tell me something. Now I wonder if I'll ever know.
Posted 21 May 2004 - 03:01 PM
Bothersome how, if I may ask? Are we talking about doors slamming or objects being moved or hidden? The doors slamming can be fairly ambiguous, you know, re-living some moment in their past or letting you know they're there, it does sound like he was trying to communicate something to you, Hun.
In this case, I agree he was wrong in binding the spirit outside the place, since in my own case, its by the spirits wants or the homeowner's request, ideally it
can be a compromise, the non-living owners remaining in a place that was special to them and co-existing with the current owners. Odd though, lets say a woman was killed by her drunk husband, I've heard of such presences manifesting
like if a current male owner's a drinker, they remain as kind of a protecter
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