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supernatural experiences
share your experiences you're not alone
JenJen




msg:3828437
 2:45 pm on Jan 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

Here is a list of just a few of my experiences, let me know if any of this has happened to you.I know it all sounds crazy but oh well
1. I was having strange religious experiences-I asked God to speak to me and a minute later this old guy came into the restaurant I worked in, kissed me on the cheek and ordered a fish. I couldn't say anything.
2. I started "seeing" peoples' "souls"-knowing some of their thoughts,and a few could hear mine, so I knew I wasn't crazy
3. Three "men" were harassing me, a woman arrived, apologized for being late "because she had to drive"
4. Felt awakened to a higher reality-at the library I found myself finding books with titles answering my questions
5. Had several "visitors"-one man asked me if I was ready to go home
(this was after a whole lot of really bad things happened)
6. TV talked to me (I smashed it)
7. A man 7' tall that looked like Abe Lincoln stood across the street from me, all of a sudden a pickup truck backed up and almost ran over a small boy beside me (it actually bumped him before I pulled him away)I immediately felt I was being "tested" somehow
8. Other characters showed up too
9. I was in a store and I heard this violent angry dog coming toward me, I turned and it was a woman.
10. I was sick of feeling like I was being watched, sick of feeling like an experiment (and this is crazy) so I peed myself all over the kitchen floor-I somehow felt it would tick somebody off-it did, the next morning at the laundry mat two men showed up, one had a huge red ring, the other a huge blue ring-I don't remember which one but he chastised me for doing what I did and then left-the other said something like"he didn't offend you did he?"
11. I had a lot of dreams and revelations that sound crazy, I was wanting to leave this place and in my dream a lady told me she was going to explain-there was this train, we boarded, as soon as I boarded the train started shaking violently and it stopped and they made me get off-she said our emotions make us unstable.
12. I had dreams about other "dimensions" places without technology, places with slaves, places with "cat-like" people,
13. I had a revelation of being in a picture within a picture
14. After I ticked off a lot of "people" (just taunting back),
I was told I'd have a window but never a door again, I lost that feeling of interconnectedness but it doesn't matter since I was never accepted by "who" they were anyway
15. Currently (and my family has witnessed this, but when I get extremely angry, things break, fall, fly off shelves etc.
16. I was told some other stuff that I'm just keeping to myself to see if anyone else had the same kind of experience as I did.

 

Habtom




msg:3828448
 3:27 pm on Jan 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

Currently (and my family has witnessed this, but when I get extremely angry, things break, fall, fly off shelves etc.

Why did I just feel scared?

BeeDeeDubbleU




msg:3828479
 4:48 pm on Jan 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

Very interesting but can I ask why you joined Webmasterworld to make this post? Wouldn't you get a better response in a more appropriate forum?

greenleaves




msg:3828551
 8:00 pm on Jan 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

I see old rankings and sometimes I get messages from the other side, so I know what was on that 404 page I just landed on ;o

JenJen




msg:3828651
 11:03 pm on Jan 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

there was a thread about weird things that happen to you, so I didn't think it inappropriate

BeeDeeDubbleU




msg:3828798
 9:39 am on Jan 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

Have you spoken to a doctor?

wheel




msg:3828886
 2:15 pm on Jan 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

this is an argument for or against modern pharaceuticals, not sure which. :)

JenJen




msg:3828937
 4:44 pm on Jan 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

Plato said Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something. So sorry I made the mistake of posting here, I have never used forums

Essex_boy




msg:3829008
 7:28 pm on Jan 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

WEird thing happened to me once while a student.

A mate of was at Liverpool Uni and I went up there for a visit one weekend, he was always a bit odd in an eccentric way, but his behavour that weekend freaked me out.

He kept saying a man was talking to him and telling him to do things, yeah right. We were walking down a street and he said the voice had told him we were about to be stopped by police, before we got to the end of street a police car appeared and we were stopped and questioned.

Odd but there you are, we were in a rough part of town.

Roll on the evening, he couldnt settle down and kept saying that he must remove the Koran from under the floor. After about 4 hours of this I agreed to help up the carpet and the floor boards. The carpet was nailed down and very old, the floor boards were in a similar condition.

Undereneath, was Koran covered in dust.

I left at first light and didnt sleep at all, Long shot was he was sectioned shortly after that event.

Ive seen the guy twice since that day ('93) prior to that event we were inseperable really good mates.

[edited by: Essex_boy at 7:30 pm (utc) on Jan. 18, 2009]

Bentler




msg:3829132
 11:40 pm on Jan 18, 2009 (gmt 0)

Plato said Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something.

That's a great quote, but on a forum titled "Foo" it seems OK to be foolish OR wise, or both.

A few years ago while browsing around the neighborhood business district my wife struck up a conversation with an older, "grandfatherly" man who was resting on a bench because he was tired out. He told her he'd flown up from San Diego I think, to explore the area for the day, and was looking for someone to talk to. I think they got on the subject of travel, and he said he'd travelled all over the world while in the military, in some Defense Intelligence group that specialized in telepathy, to gather intelligence. That was his job, and now he was retired from it. She came home and told me, "I just had the strangest conversation..." There was more to the story but I can't recall now... I'll have to ask her about it. Interesting subject.

phranque




msg:3829572
 3:36 pm on Jan 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

it's called "remote viewing".

grandpa




msg:3829671
 5:40 pm on Jan 19, 2009 (gmt 0)

I recall once when I was playing my drum and I thought I heard a voice.. "Shut up ya damn hippy, or I'll call the cops!" I stopped for a second, looked around, and seeing no one, continued to play. Soon after, the police arrived.

Don't ignore the voices.

AlexK




msg:3832051
 8:53 am on Jan 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

I've reached the age where I've attended the funerals of a good number of family/friends/acquaintances. With one exception, in the days following the funeral, that individual has 'visited' me for a few moments (not corporeally, I hasten to add, nor as a 'vision', but rather as the distinct sense of that individual coming close). Most have occurred for me at that point between sleeping and waking. The first time it completely freaked me out; I'm almost used to it now.

The exception is my brother. His firm belief was that death is the end, full stop. He died last October, and it was a month or so before I realised that I'd not had the previous experiences with him.

None of this is any 'proof' of anything for anyone else. It's not even much proof of anything for me, since there is a part of my mind that can rationalise anything to nothing.

[Edit for spelling of 'corporeal']

[edited by: AlexK at 8:57 am (utc) on Jan. 22, 2009]

tonynoriega




msg:3832425
 6:41 pm on Jan 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

I was laying down the other night in bed, and every other night one of my 3 young daughters comes to sleep with my wife and I.

As i was on the brink of falling asleep i heard a very noticable, loud, exhale in my left ear... it wasnt like i heard it in the room with both ears and could detect its direction.. i knew it was my left ear.

and i knew it was through nostrils... it just had the nostril exhale noise to it..

I sleep near the edge of the bed, so it sounded like it was right there...

i thought it was one of my kids, so blindly i felt around with my hand to eventually grab one of my kids noggins and realize it was them... no one was there.

i tried to duplicate it exhale with my own breath, could not do it.

someone was there at my bed.... good or bad, i dont know but i heard it breathe.

rocknbil




msg:3832513
 8:36 pm on Jan 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

....So sorry I made the mistake of posting here,

Don't take it personally, when you draw outside the lines of what society considers "normal," you are bound to have workers come in and paint it white. People fear and discredit what we don't understand, it's our nature to have everything explainable.

My wife is around a lot of people who have experienced paranormal events, so personally, everything there is third party. But there is a lot of it, and with multiple witnesses. No psychedelics involved. :-)

My most profound personal experience involves a cat, actually two cats. We live in an area where coyotes abound, and hawks have been known to snag cats without a second thought.

Our first died of some unknown disorder, she just lost all her hair and withered away. It was horrible. The second disappeared, presumably via hawk as it was during the day.

Both times . . . the night after they passed . . . I was just dozing off and distinctly felt a cat jump on the foot of the bed. Cat owners will know this, it's a distinct feeling, one that can't be mistaken for your partner adjusting in the bed or the flop of a blanket. I was not asleep, as I remember both times thinking it was just a sorrowful memory.

The next morning my wife said to me, without a hint on my part, "I swear I felt a cat jump on the bed last night. And I wasn't dreaming either."

Freaky.

BeeDeeDubbleU




msg:3832529
 8:54 pm on Jan 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

someone was there at my bed

Or you were dreaming?

I went to the pub this evening, had a few beers and when I got back my wallet was nearly empty.

Sorry for making light of this but I just don't believe any of it. There is a scientific explanation for everything.

tonynoriega




msg:3832608
 10:12 pm on Jan 22, 2009 (gmt 0)

No i wasnt dreaming because i was able to comprehend what i just heard...and usually when im dreaming i ..uhhh...stay asleep.

a scientific explanation for all of this..? here is a scientific explanation.

energy transfer.

the human body is full of untapped energy. thats a known fact.

now, it may be trapped in organic material, but nevertheless its trapped.

when the body dies, where do you think that energy goes? what happens to it?

there are too many stories, photos, evidence... yes alot of the physical evidence caught on camera is pure photoshoppery.. given...

how can so many people, in so many far away places, experience so many similar things to call it fake...or some "scientific" canundrum.

energy is science. energy transfer is science.

why can you believe that energy now that doesnt have a "shell" for lack of better words, is still out there.... not in visible form?

what is a black hole? energy you cant see.

what is dark matter? energy you cant see, but has an affect on its surroundings.

so you may be right that there is a scientific explanation... the explanation is that the human body transfers energy to a place we cant see nor grasp.

want another story?
my best friends wife died in a vehicle accident about a year ago. they were coming to visit my wife and i, less than 45 min from my house, they hit black ice and she was partially ejected and died at the scene.

as the months went by, i alone, went to visit him at his home. as we stood around his kitchen islan discussing life, and his wife at the topic, a magnet picture frame literally flew off of the refridgerator. literally about 3 feet off the fridge.

him, his brother and i stood there and tried to make sense of it.

this was no little magnet that a wallet photo fits and you always find it slid to the bottom of the fridge because its too week...

this was a panoramic size plastic sleeve frame with a magnet for the entire backing.... you had to struggle just to get it off of the fridge... but it flew like the wind. right during our discussion of her.

scientific explanation... transferred energy made that frame fly off of the fridge. was it hers? i believe so.

phranque




msg:3832774
 3:15 am on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
- Arthur C. Clarke

Sorry for making light of this but I just don't believe any of it. There is a scientific explanation for everything.

is that disbelief or misunderstanding?

BeeDeeDubbleU




msg:3832888
 8:28 am on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

No i wasnt dreaming because i was able to comprehend what i just heard...and usually when im dreaming i ..uhhh...stay asleep.

Tony, IMHO the reason so many strange things "happen" when people are in bed is that the mind tends to play tricks in the transition between being awake and asleep. That is why we twitch and jerk occasionally at this time. That is also why so many people get "visited" when they are in bed as opposed to when they are sitting in an armchair watching television. It's just dreaming and imagination.

I am a humanist and none of this makes any sense to me. I believe when you're dead you're dead and you should make the best of the life you have here. It also makes things a lot simpler.

Shaddows




msg:3832937
 10:36 am on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

I think this is another thing that will disect along national borders (although the US is quite a complex case).

UK will have alot of atheists (or humanists if you prefer). Or at least agnostics who can't commit.

US is quite religious, although religious demographics 'clump'.

Europe and South America tend towards a particular brand of Theism, while Southern Asia goes for a completely different brand (which itself comes in different 'flavours'). I've no idea about East Asia, Canada, Australasia, Russia and understand India is pretty complex too.

I'm in the UK and my degree dissertation subject was the role of religion within the (western) scientific world view. It's really interesting how the distribution of religion generally (and the various branches of Christianity particularly) follows Geographical and Sociological boundaries. In other words, religion and culture are HEAVILY interlaced (culture being the main human trait that splits along the same lines).

Essex_boy




msg:3833017
 12:09 pm on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

"Shut up ya damn hippy, or I'll call the cops!" - That was me sorry.

HelenDev




msg:3833018
 12:13 pm on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

there was a thread about weird things that happen to you, so I didn't think it inappropriate

True, there are all sorts of posts in Foo. The general etiquette here though is that first you have to go and rant about Google in the Adsense forum, then go to the CSS forum and help someone struggling with an overly complex page layout, and then you can come here and talk about your cats, favourite foods, and ghosts you may have seen ;)

tonynoriega




msg:3833188
 3:38 pm on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

It's just dreaming and imagination.

you really believe that?

simple may be the way for you, but wheres the fun in that.

the brain is so under utilzed its grose.

how can you not think that somehow the brain at certain times can tap into something during sleep or almost sleep that we cant during the day...

we are so distracted during the day, the mind has no time to relax and get into a self concious state.

i respect your opinion...i dont want to get into some ethical shouting match over ghostly experiences...

but since mankind has been around, these experiences have been happening... awake, asleep, almost asleep...whatever.

let me finish by asking this... you say theres a scientific explanation for everything...

what is dark matter or dark energy?

Shaddows




msg:3833230
 4:34 pm on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

Dark matter is an unknown configuration of quarks such as to have mass but no radiated energy. Alternatively, it may be parallel dimensions leaking gravity (in the same way that we 'leak' gravity so rendering it several orders of magnitude weaker than other fundamental forces). Obviously we do not actually KNOW, but there WILL be a scientific explanation.

Dark energy is also known as vacuum energy and is used to power ZPMs. Pronounced "Zed Pee Em". Trust me.

As to the light at the end of tunnel, near death experiences and waking dreams... who knows. But if you figure the brain as a self-contained system, consciousness can be seen an emergent property. As the underlying system changes state, artefacts are thrown up at the conscious level. Consciousness is not well understood, but that is no reason to say it is beyond the domain of science.

wyweb




msg:3833243
 5:06 pm on Jan 23, 2009 (gmt 0)

Shaddows. Wow.

Okay supernatural... Nothing personally but my Mom said my Grandpa visited her the night he died. Hundreds of miles apart and in the dead of night she was "jerked awake" (her words) by this sudden, intense feeling. When she came fully awake she saw her father (my grandpa) standing at the edge of her bed smiling at her. She said it made her feel so warm and so comfortable that she slipped back to sleep almost immediately.

The next day we learned he had died during the night. To this day my Mom talks about that experience and my Mom is one of the biggest skeptics of all so who knows?

graeme_p




msg:3834959
 7:03 pm on Jan 26, 2009 (gmt 0)

I do not know much about other types of supernatural experience, but religious experiences (e.g. experiences of God) are common, and occur in every culture and every period of history and by every type of person, including the most sane and stable - which, to my mind, makes them much more credible than other out of the ordinary experiences (like "alien abductions", for example).

They are sometimes interpreted by people in line with existing beliefs, but they also sometimes radically change people's lives. They are usually very different in nature from hypnagogic hallucinations in that they occur when people are alert, and are far more removed from the everyday range of experience.

rocknbil




msg:3835930
 7:38 pm on Jan 27, 2009 (gmt 0)

.. occur in every culture and every period of history and by every type of person, including the most sane and stable - which, to my mind, makes them much more credible than other out of the ordinary experiences (like "alien abductions", for example)

Without getting into a religious debate, what makes one "thing which can never be proven" more appealing or believable that any other "thing which can never be proven?" Consensus? Law of the sword?

BeeDeeDubbleU




msg:3836033
 9:51 pm on Jan 27, 2009 (gmt 0)

Yes, the only thing missing is proof. There will never be any proof. Fairys don't exist. People may see them but they don't exist. Take from that what you will. ;)

tonynoriega




msg:3836041
 10:24 pm on Jan 27, 2009 (gmt 0)

whooooa... wait a minute now...

energy transfer from death, is not even comparable to a mythical creature that flys and lives in a hollow tree... so dont even go that route.

i dont think fairies are real either... thats a whole 'nuther book ...

this is about the thought of energy being harnessed and displayed to those who cant normally see it...

no..unicorns, faeries, loch ness, bigfoot... no, i dont believe in those either..

BeeDeeDubbleU




msg:3836051
 10:44 pm on Jan 27, 2009 (gmt 0)

i live in Scotland and I can tell you that lots of credible, intelligent people have "seen" the Loch Ness monster but I don;t believe in it either.

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