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#21 Brendacarre

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 02:23 AM

That's a bit dosconcerting, Eli. I can handle the general feeling of something about, but I don't like inanimate objects to do things of their own volition. That is more than I am comfortable with.


Ah, the old inanimate object doing it's own thing trick. Lol. The image that comes to me right now is that classic image from the Disney version of Alice In Wonderland where the playing cards attack her.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 02:28 AM

Those are some cool experiences, Eli! Even if they're a bit freaky. You should def. try the gotpsi.org tests. lol.

Cat, count me in! Too bad we all live so far from each other. A friend of mine and I used to go to graveyards at night to take photos, back when I lived in Salem, MA. We got some funky pics. lol.

My niece got a picture of herself sitting in a pub I'm England and there's somebody sitting next to her in the picture that wasn't there when they took the actual shot. I saw the pic. It's pretty freeaky. The thing is shaped like a human, but it's this white blob.

My niece got a picture of herself sitting in a pub In England and there's somebody sitting next to her in the picture that wasn't there when they took the actual shot. I saw the pic. It's pretty freeaky. The thing is shaped like a human, but it's this white blob.



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Posted 04 February 2011 - 02:32 AM

I've tried those tests, but I always come out as average. Looks like gotpsi.org isn't any different. I tried a few and I came out 'below chance'. IE Mundane Some people blame it on the computer screen, but I'm not sure if that would make any difference. I'm just as bad when it comes to picking machines at the casino when my mom drags me out there. :P

The ghost incidents I mentioned aren't something I look for. They just happen--which reminds me of the time I was going down the road in a car. As I got close to an overpass, I saw a girl hanging off the side like she was going to jump. A second later, she was gone. Thank goodness I wasn't driving. Scared the crap out of me.

I dunno. Maybe I'm just a closet Schizo.

Although... I DID feel the need to write my characters as they watched a news report on a major catastrophe in my fanfiction (earthquake specifically).... and Haiti happened a few days later.

And in grade school, I checked out 'Aladdin' and... a few days later... they announced the movie. Dunno if that counts.

Again. Wow. :biggrin:

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 02:37 AM

Speaking of earthquakes...I was teaching a class of eighth grade kids one year, and we were dealing with the topic of paranormal abilities and they asked me if I believed in ESP. I said it was a hard thing to prove...I said, for instance if somebody was to say that there was going to be an earthquake in Mexico and the next day there's was one, how could you prove it was co-incidence or not. That night there was actually an earthquake in Mexico! The next day when I got to school and walked into that classroom...they all looked at me with this totally freaked out look. Just co-incidence. Yes I believe it was, but weird nevertheless.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 03:55 AM

Ah, the old inanimate object doing it's own thing trick. Lol. The image that comes to me right now is that classic image from the Disney version of Alice In Wonderland where the playing cards attack her.


I might have phrased myself poorly on the 'they went all over the place' part. That wasn't paranormal at all--we both let go of them when I felt the shock and she recoiled. It's only natural that they scattered. Although... now that I think about it... it might have been a little strange at how MUCH they scattered. Tarot cards are heavier than playing cards, but they spread out pretty far.

Anyway, just a little clarification in case anyone was thinking they flew up in the air and did a jig. They didn't. ;)

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 07:10 AM

Candy, I can just imagine the look on those kids' faces! lol.

Eli, you've had way too much fun.

I sort of predicted I'd get into a bad car crash. I'd been driving around this reaaalllly tight parking lot and it was totally packed which only made matters worse. Taking a tight corner, a just grazed the side of my passenger door going around the corner-- just enough to mark the paint. The thought that immediately popped into my head was "Well, it won't matter if I get side swipped". Less than a month later two teen girls ran a red and without ever hitting the brakes, side swiped that entire side of my car.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 09:24 AM

I've had some precognitive dreams, knew when my grandmother die, etc. One time when I was 16 I was doing the ouiga board with my next door neighb or when this "spirit: proved to us she was really there by putting a single square of toilet paper on her bathroom floor. There were no windows, we were the only 2 there, & never left eachother!

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 10:27 AM

Chills already this morning. I love these stories.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 11:34 AM

I'm interested in actual experiences with the paranormal and the sensory data that accompanies them. There are the usual things everybody expects to feel like chills and hair standing on end, but what are some of those other uncanny things not quite so common we can fill people in on? I think having an experience 'pool' might be valuable for us as writers.


In my experience, the range of physical manifestations is amazing. Each person feels things differently. However, the "knowingness" part of it it similar. A friend of mine who is a ghost magnet "trained" herself to feel a certain type of pressure when one was near. Usually, it is repeated experiences that give you the clues to how you "get" things.

When writing about it, I think writers biggest roadblock is not wanting to appear trite. But from a neurological standpoint, there are only so many physical reactions that can occur. The beauty of the human mind is it takes grossly similar physical input combined with the finer senses not quantifiable by science yet and creates an understanding of a complex event. My hair might stand on end along with goosebumps for a number of reasons, but my other senses fill it the rest of the details. Oops--TMI? :blush:

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 11:35 AM

I've had some precognitive dreams, knew when my grandmother die, etc. One time when I was 16 I was doing the ouiga board with my next door neighb or when this "spirit: proved to us she was really there by putting a single square of toilet paper on her bathroom floor. There were no windows, we were the only 2 there, & never left eachother!

We could start a new thread just with Ouija board experiences!

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 11:56 AM

Oui!

I mean ja. Yes. Absolutely...

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:45 PM

Oui!

I mean ja. Yes. Absolutely...


You're going to laugh.

I've always been too superstitious to touch one.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:00 PM

Uhm, no laughing. That's where my spine tingler came from. I won't ever touch one again. Ever.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:08 PM

You're going to laugh.

I've always been too superstitious to touch one.


I'm more than superstitious about them. I have heard too many ugly stories about them to ever touch one. However. Stories is what we want, so I concur. I think a Oiija thread is in order.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:09 PM

Yes, that was the only time I ever saw an inanimate object move by itself. And I mean with no one's fingers on it either. Some heavy Alan Parsons Egyptian sounding instrumental was pumping pretty loud, maybe someone got offended?

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:17 PM

I think its safe to say that those of us here, which would mean most of us, with creative insticts and great imaginations
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:33 PM

Candy, I can just imagine the look on those kids' faces! lol.

Eli, you've had way too much fun.

I sort of predicted I'd get into a bad car crash. I'd been driving around this reaaalllly tight parking lot and it was totally packed which only made matters worse. Taking a tight corner, a just grazed the side of my passenger door going around the corner-- just enough to mark the paint. The thought that immediately popped into my head was "Well, it won't matter if I get side swipped". Less than a month later two teen girls ran a red and without ever hitting the brakes, side swiped that entire side of my car.


Cali, I was careful to assure them of course, that it was exactly as I had said the day before. A co-incidence.
Sorry to hear about your car. Don't you just hate it when you don't listen to the voice of intuition, or when it doesn't matter even if you did?

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 03:15 PM

My looong story involves a ouija board, a revolutionary war burial site and a pagan god come to the rescue. lol.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 05:42 PM

Interesting that you say it's not paranormal. :wink: I think all of these things have potential as paranormal incidents...combine something like pre-cognition with other phenomena and wow.



Well, I think that having dreams that show possibilities of the future is completely normal (i.e., not "para"normal) For most of us, the only time we really take notice of them is when something comes true or close to true.

I've had hundreds of dreams that invovled me and other women -- both before and after I met the woman who I'm proud to say is my wife -- and they didn't come true.

What mattered to me about the dream I'm thinking of is that it also involved significant symbols (basements, incomplete houses, windows looking upon verdant fields, my mother...) that I really thought about hard. I came out of the dream thinking it was about her. She and I were broken up at that time, and we soon talked about things; the dream came up. I used it in a song I wrote about her. To me, it's one of the most significant dreams I've ever had.

But I don't think it's paranormal.

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 06:12 PM

Well, I think that having dreams that show possibilities of the future is completely normal (i.e., not "para"normal) For most of us, the only time we really take notice of them is when something comes true or close to true.

I've had hundreds of dreams that invovled me and other women -- both before and after I met the woman who I'm proud to say is my wife -- and they didn't come true.

What mattered to me about the dream I'm thinking of is that it also involved significant symbols (basements, incomplete houses, windows looking upon verdant fields, my mother...) that I really thought about hard. I came out of the dream thinking it was about her. She and I were broken up at that time, and we soon talked about things; the dream came up. I used it in a song I wrote about her. To me, it's one of the most significant dreams I've ever had.

But I don't think it's paranormal.

I agree that a lot of dreams aren't paranormal at all and working with them can often be just an exploration of what our subconscious is up to. The dreams I refer to are the ones that get documented and then come true.




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