Profile for earthangel67

(4 stories) (22 posts) (karma: 26 points)

Rebekah
 
2015-10-06
United Kingdom
 
I'm 48 years old. I was born in Bristol, England and raised in the countryside about five miles from the city. I moved to the South Wales Valleys in 1988 when I was 21 and now live in a suburban area. I have two sons, who are young adults and a wonderful partner and eight year old step-son.

I've had an eventful life thus far and certainly the experiences I've had, both physical and spiritual, have moulded the person I am today. Although, all is relative and I don't believe I've had it any harder than the next person.

I grew up in a Christian Church of England regime, which I always questioned as a child, in fact into my adulthood. It always seemed that no matter how hard I tried to believe everything I was taught, this inner voice would question it. I was very conflicted. As I grew to accept who I was, I realised that my problem was that I am not a conformist. I do not go along with the crowd. I do not support any government. I am I suppose, a hippy type, for want of a better description, for I don't think there is a collective name for people like me. Although, I am finding more and more out there who are.

I believe we are all connected, people, animals, plants, trees, mother earth; by a universal energy. Those that are attuned to this find modern life hard. I yearn for simpler times, with no modern technology. Ironic I know! I'm using a computer to submit this. The more we rely on technology the more disconnected people become, because intellect is king at the moment. I long for a time when the earth is cherished and people believe their intuitive mind and throw off the mantle of the modern world. I don't like it and never have. Perhaps people will get it one day and we will give the earth back to herself (before she takes it!) and live in harmony and unconditional love.

Apologies if this is too much for some to take, but I feel comfortable telling it as it is here. We all have our beliefs, our religions, our traditions none of which I have the right to say are wrong, because they aren't my beliefs. We are all right at our own level of spiritual understanding and no one person has a right to judge another. If it works for you and it doesn't adversely affect anyone else, roll with what you feel is right. We will all find out the truth of it when our time arrives. I am satisfied and happy with who I am and what I believe. When you reach that level of acceptance and you have found your inner calm, you have found your God within.

Peace out people. Love and be loved without condition xx
 
Ghost Stories from earthangel67

My Family Home on 2015-11-04

The story of how I came to live at my current address is a story in itself, but I will briefly outline events. My marriage had come to an end and I needed somewhere safe for my two sons to live. At the time, they still saw their father (previous ex-husband to the one I am leaving), who lived with hi...

The Local Church on 2015-10-22

I grew up in a rural area in the County of Somerset, England. The small village I hail from had one shop, a primary school, a Church of England Church, a village hall and a pub. It was a, not so, sprawling metropolis, situated on a hill that was the first in the range of hills known as the Mendips. ...

Aunty's House on 2015-10-14

This account is about my Aunt's house that was situated in the City of Bristol, England. A city with a great deal of history. The things that happened there span about seven years of my life. Most events I was witness to, but some were told to me by my Aunt. From about the age of 11 through to my...

Ouiija... Not A Toy! on 2015-10-06

I believe I was around the age of 12 - 13 when my group of friends decided to give a Ouija board a try. I'm not definite of my age, as I tend to be pretty bad at timelines of my past, but that doesn't hinder my memory of the event itself, as it has had a long and lasting impact on my life and indeed...

Last 20 posts from earthangel67
Hi Rudy, What an interesting account. I too believe in the Divine Source, in that there is an interconnectedness between all living things and the Universe (Divine Source). As a young child, you would have been more open to spirit and from your account, would surmise that a spirit guide was helping you on that day. From your account, it reads as though you physically experienced the two separate outcomes, but as a young child does not differentiate between our reality and other realms, it was most likely played out in your minds eye, rather than physically twice, but your response resulted in the actual physical outcome. I look forward to reading your next instalment!

Blessings to you.
I agree with RavenAngel. Generally, children below the age of 5 years are far more open to experiencing, what is perceived as the supernatural. This is because they have not developed the intellect (ego self), nor much in the way of belief programming, therefore, they do not distinguish between our realm of existence and that of spirit. All of mankind are capable of this, it is simply that as we developed intellect, modern beliefs/fears, etc., the ability was lost. "Use it or lose it" scenario. This is why people who do have the ability, or who learn to harness this ability, are widely viewed by the populous as oddities to be mocked and feared. My own children both saw and interacted with spirit, that I myself was unable to see at that time. To them the experience was real. Also, my cousin had many encounters when he was very young, as outlined in my story "Aunties House". I also agree with Biblio, that no threat seems to be posed by these entities, just attention seeking. Providing no threat is felt and the children are happy, I wouldn't worry.
Date: 2016-10-24
BigBen2Mac, It would seem that your wife is "sensitive", thus having the ability to see your visitors. Spirit doesn't just appear where a person has died, they will also connect with a person, so activity can be experienced anywhere that person is. Now with regards making the spirit (s) stronger by talking about them, from my own teachings, this isn't strictly the case. Like attracts like, you get back what you give out, are basic tenets of the spirit realm. Very basically put, if you have fear, then likely the spirit will try to scare you and it would seem that you both harbour a bit of fear about this situation. Simply put, spirit will feed on that negative energy and give you back negativity. If these spirits are indeed ghosts, then Rook's cleansing methods will do the trick, however, if these spirits are connected to your wife, there is a possibility they are guides, in which case, your wife can tell them they are not needed, thank them and send them on with peace. My father used this method when he first began spiritual healing. He heard so many voices at once, that he felt as though he were going mad. In meditation, he asked for it to stop, which it did. I wish your wife well and hope that she can learn to embrace her ability, not fear it.
Date: 2015-11-26
Hi Tweed, I finally read your post today. I've been rather busy with work, so have been absent myself for a little while. I also avoid the Halloween antics. I've never liked it, even as a kid. To me it's an excuse for thankless kids to get sweets for free, that frankly most don't deserve. Certainly where I live! I sound like a grumpy old fart 😊

I'm not a religious person either. Something I battled with growing up, as it just didn't sit right with me. I don't really know how I would define myself, other than just being me. I believe there is a higher power, but not in the form of an old chap sat on his throne in heaven, casting down his will, good or bad. I believe there is a universal energy, that all can harness and when you are at peace with the earth and you can tune in to that energy, then you have found your inner god.

I also love old churches, simply for the unique architecture and their odd vibes and my local church certainly fit the bill. I actually got married in it. Perhaps not the best of plans as 2.5 years later that was all over bar the shouting.

Looking back, I don't believe that any of the encounters were evil, that's just a projection of our own fear of the unknown. I still have many encounters, but it's no different to me than passing a friend on the street.

Midsomer Murders! What a village to live in. There are so many deaths, I'm surprised there are any residents left to continue the show 😆 I don't watch it myself, I'm more of a Walking Dead/The Flash type person myself. If you wanted to have a look at the village I lived in, you can google "Dundry Hill". There are loads of pics of the area and the church.

Good to converse with you again 😊
Date: 2015-11-18
Hi Triden and WOW, just WOW! What a wonderful account. Such a mix of emotions, I wept throughout. After the tragic loss of your dear cousin, I'm so pleased for you that she has finally come to you and with a message for your new beau too!

Blessings to you and your boys and I wish you and your "tough guy" the very best as you embark on your new relationship. May it be a long and happy one 😊 ❤
Date: 2015-11-13
Caz, thank you for your kind words. Life surely is much better these days 😊
Jerry, What a fabulous account. I have read several of your posts and I must say, your writing style is a joy, most addictive! I would be sad to see any negative comments about this not being "ghostly". It shouts "non human entity" to me and whether spiritual or other-worldly, is down to personal interpretation. I believe in alien life. Why would there not be other intelligent beings in our vast universe? For us to be alone, makes no sense. With the number of plants out there, the law of averages would surely turn up more than one inhabited planet. It's a topic that fascinates!

Also, I read your Vietnam encounter yesterday. Awesome account and my respect to you for your years of service. Although we are from different continents, I have great respect and admiration for all who serve to bring peace to our world.

Kindest Regards
Earthangel
Date: 2015-11-13
Red, I'm glad your ring was finally returned by the prankster! This happens quite a bit in my house too, although it's been quiet of late. I was always told as a child to respectfully ask the Archangel Chamuel to locate lost items. It works too! 😊
Date: 2015-11-13
Red/Otteer,
Thank you for your kind comments. I will never know whether the black shadow was him, or a manifestation of the negative energy, but it's gone, which is the important thing. Our lives were in a state of flux at the time, so the activity was no surprise, but I'm happy everything is well settled with my life now, spiritually and physically.

I totally agree Otteer, our universe is indeed amazing and being open to it gives me inner peace.
I too hope that the OP comes back to comment. I know myself from experience, that it is very difficult to get anyone to believe you've witnessed what you have, so I approach every story with an open mind, but sometimes, as with this one, the content just seems too forced and certainly the contradiction of wanting/not wanting help/opinions is a bit of a warning light in my mind.
Rook,
I read this account before any comments were posted and as I'm quite new to the site, I felt putting my views across may be a bit presumptuous of me. However, you have written pretty much all I questioned myself about this account. The "attitude" is very conflicting, as you state. I am also a bit suspicious about the age of the OP, listed as a young adult, but this happened about 10 years ago at ages 28 - 36. Could be a mistake, but surely the OP is an ole duffer like myself now. Wish I was still a young adult 😆. I hope the OP passes comment before the BS bus overheats!

As this is my first time commenting on your comments, just like to say I think your logical, honest and extremely frank posts are awesome. Much respect to you 😊
Date: 2015-11-04
Hi Miracles/Triden, thanks for the advice, but I've tried. Don't know if it's a UK thing. The first pic link takes me to something very odd that I'm reluctant to open, the rest come up with nothing. I've tried a number of times, but to no avail. No matter, I loved the story anyway!
Date: 2015-11-04
Hi Triden, Fascinating account and a thoroughly enjoyable read! I so wish I could see your pictures though. Your links aren't the click to open type on my PC for some reason, which is rather irritating! I can totally relate to your experience at this museum. I had a very similar experience in an old French town that is now a museum. The town had been partially destroyed and almost all of the residents killed. Walking round there I had the same feeling of being almost constantly watched and the church where many women and children had been locked in and were mercilessly slain was just the most saddening place I have ever stepped into. I managed a couple of minutes and I had to get out. I felt so ill and so emotional. The pain in that place was still tangible, even all those years later. I've never really studied my photos, perhaps I should!

Thank you for sharing your experience 😊
Date: 2015-11-03
Hi Haunta, You are quite right, your story is not for the entertainment of others, but to seek help from likeminded people with more experience of such occurrences. I was a pre-teen when I became aware of my sensitivity, so I can relate to what you are and have been going through. I am now hurtling close to my 50th year and I can offer some reassurance that if your abilities continue into adulthood you will become accustomed to it and you will become less fearful if you accept what you are experiencing as "normal" for you. Research all you can and take the good advice of the kind and knowledgeable people on this site and you won't go far wrong. Trust your inner voice, your intuition and you will be fine. Remember, fear manifests because you are experiencing things that are different to the everyday norm we have come to know in modern life, when (most of the time, I won't say never) there is nothing to fear in your encounters. Knowledge is key, know yourself, know your ability.

Wishing you peace, health and happiness on your life's journey x
Date: 2015-11-02
Skeptic, Thanks for reading. I also always try to assess whether something can be explained by scientific fact firstly, but sometimes, you just can't find the answers. These things scared me as a kid, but I'm far calmer and accepting these days, so don't tend to get phased by much... Thankfully 😁
Date: 2015-10-31
I agree Truck. No witches buried there I doubt, but as a kid you believe most everything. The church definately had a unique vibe!
Date: 2015-10-29
You have been fortunate with your ouiija board use, not least as you were using it alone. One risk is that you whole-heartedly believe what you are told and blindly follow a path that's been laid out for you. It may not be right for you, but it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Personally, I would advise you not to use a ouiija board again. However, with regards this lady, go with your gut feelings. Once people start planting negative thoughts, it clouds your inner judgement. Maybe she had problems, who of us hasn't, but all can change and all can yearn for a better life. Perhaps she is looking for the same! I'm not saying go running to her with open arms, simply trust your intuition, it is far more trustworthy than anyone else's input, including the ouiija contact.

Love will come to you when you stop trying so hard. Good luck in your quest to find your queen, but don't try too hard! 😊
Hi Tweed,
I am soaking the stories up like I'm a sponge at the moment and the comments. You get the whole picture if you read all the comments 😊 Finding this site has been a gift in itself and I find that the comments are what interest me most. It's teaching me things and confirming beliefs.

I certainly agree that messages from guardians/ghosts, etc, are always a puzzle to be solved. My mother always told me that spirit has no concept of time as we know it, so they may convey a message that's not relevant for many years. I totally agree with your Mum that crazy people don't know they are crazy. Top lady for sure!

I look forward to reading more stories and comments on YGS and thank you for taking the time to reply to my comments. Much appreciated 😊
Hi Tweed, I'm fairly new to the site, but have submitted a couple of stories that have been published, Ouiija - Not a Toy and Aunty's House, which you kindly commented on. I had read quite a few submissions prior to registering and submitting myself, but have just read six of your stories and I had to comment, so I hope you do see this, as I see the last comment on this story was two weeks ago. Anyhow, I wanted to say how very impressed I am with your writing style. You have kept me completely wrapped and totally fascinated. Your personality definitely shows through in your writing! I have experienced many similar events to you and your comments on your own and others stories convey that you have beliefs very like mine, so it is very refreshing for me, as I don't come across many people who are like me in my day to day life. In fact, this site was a serendipitus find!

You mention in this story that your guardian showed up in your car. Back when I first moved to South Wales, I became friends with another girl I had met through my work. She kindly offered me a lift to and from work, as she lived a short distance from me. She was a very troubled young lady and as has happened many times in my life, she saw me as a trustworthy person to confess her concerns too. She thought she was going bonkers, was seeing a person, in fact she described him as American Indian in appearance. It was troubling her deeply and the last straw was him appearing in the passenger seat of her car whilst driving! She nearly crashed. Long story short, I told her I believed he was her spirit guide and he was here to help. She was clearly going through a tough time, even without this misunderstood intrusion. So it was great when she finally understood and accepted him. Her life improved greatly after that.

Also, the severed head thing. I have also had a dream of a severed head. I was about 21 at the time. I didn't have any children then. My dream was vivid, in fact I have total recall of it still. I was on a beach, deserted except for me and two young boys, maybe two years apart. It seemed to be a winters day, overcast, with that weird unreal muted light, with a gentle breeze, that was oddly warm. I was reading a book, propped against some rocks, the boys were digging in the sand several feet in front of me. The boys suddenly shout "Mummy" and I look up. They are digging franticly, then start to pull something from the sand. As they pull it out, I realise it is a human head and as the sand drains from it's open mouth, the word "remember" comes from it. Then I wake up. That's it! I have no idea what it meant, but I've never forgotten it.

With similar experiences happening to many people, I would love to know the true meaning. There must be one, maybe we aren't to know in this life?

Hope I don't come across like a bit of a stalker 😆 that's the last thing I want. I simply wanted to show my appreciation and relay the information above. Many people I know, would want me medicated for my beliefs, so I don't get to speak about my experiences much these days.

Thanks for sharing your wonderful stories 😊
Date: 2015-10-21
Hi Tweed,
Thank you for your kind comments. My Aunt was my world when I was young and I miss her every day. Since the events that took place in that house, I've never witnessed so much activity anywhere else. When my Aunt passed, I discovered that I was carrying my second child and I was told that her spirit was to experience the next life in my unborn son. I really don't know if that's true, as my mother saw my Aunt with my Nan on the day she passed, but nevertheless, whether reborn in my son, or watching over me from elsewhere, she will always be with me.

My younger cousin has no recollection of any of the sightings he had as a young child, but I don't think that's unusual. If a person is predisposed to sensitivity, then I think such things would be remembered, but for regular people, who don't necessarily believe in such things, they lose the childhood ability as they become indoctrinated in the modern world. My Uncle would certainly have not encouraged discussing anything that happened to remind him either.

I'm sure that the family spirits have now moved on. I would certainly like to think so, but as for the lady who died from a fall down the stairs, not so much. I feel she was the spirit who conveyed an unhappy and unwelcoming energy. Her untimely death may have left her stuck, not knowing or accepting that she had passed over and needed to move on. She was probably very unhappy about the occupants in her home, hence the bad feeling. I do so wish she had been helped to move on, but back then, we did not have the skills or knowledge to help.

Thanks again for reading my story 😁