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hagi (1 stories) (53 posts)
11 years ago (2010-12-01)
I am certain this is a jinn or jinns messing with you. Jinn have the ability to morph into animals, often into a black crow or dog. They also have the ability to give you bad dreams and they also often live in graveyards. Your activity in the graveyard has attracted jinn toward you. It is now coming to you at night and trying to scare you and also giving you bad dreams. Do not tell anyone of these bad dreams as this is what the jinn wants, for you to go and scare other people too. That shadow you saw was surely it in your room as well. Do not believe anything it says (if it starts directly talking to you). It is a liar. Jinn could have many different religions and talk different languages, just like humans. I could give you some religious advice that work very well for Muslims for dealing with jinn if you were willing to listen. I was thinking maybe Mulpus is its name since it said it's name starts with "M". For the most part, I would not be too worried about this. Jinn giving people bad dreams is very normal. Do not talk to it directly anymore. If it harasses you or is aggressive stand your ground. Don't go hiding under your bed but stare it down when it is in your tree again and try to shew the bird jinn away.
JarMan (guest)
11 years ago (2010-12-01)
It's called a "charlie horse". My a
MusicBox (1 stories) (13 posts)
11 years ago (2010-12-01)
Hi there. Thanks for the comment.

Yeah, I hope you're right. I'm hoping it goes away soon before it gets worse.

The same thing happened again last night - loud bird noises, the whispering and I can't be too sure because I was half asleep, but I think I saw a shadow near my bedroom door. But again, I was half asleep so I'm not giving that one too much thought yet.

Although, a strange thing happened today. Now I don't think this is related at all - no idea why, just a feeling - but I heard a shriek from a female today, only it was kind of a whisper sound. As my sister was the only girl in the house, I asked if it was her. She said no. I brushed it off and put it down to the wind. Then about 10 minutes later I felt a sharp pain in my leg like someone was stabbing me with something.

I don't know what all that means. It doesn't feel related though.

Maybe I'm just being paranoid & scaring myself with all this talk about spirits & what not...
JarMan (guest)
11 years ago (2010-12-01)
I am going to say this outright right now, I feel like 99% of juveniles who use a Ouija Board simply end up scaring themselves before actually doing any sort of real harm. Although Ouija Boards have the ability to be dangerous and I never recommend anyone to use them, they also have the ability to be a harmless party game. More importantly, I personally believe that most spirits don't hang around old cemeteries where there is almost nothing ever going on.

Having a bad feeling in a graveyard is nothing new, it forces us to come face to face with our own mortality. Add in the idea of the unknown and death and it can be a intimidating place. Our mind is really complicated and it's so easy for us to scare ourselves or have false emotions of fear or dread.

The trick behind the Ouija Board is much like the old party game, "stiff as a board, light as a feather", by having a group of people apply light touches to a single mass, it makes it easier to lift (or in this case move around). At this point it's hard to tell what is going on and if someone is screwing around or if it is something paranormal.

Whispering could be attributed to a lot of things. Your ears are really complex and sometimes it is really easy to mistaken a sound for another one. It could have been the wind, it could have been a lot of things. At this point it's impossible to tell what it really was. I'll say this much, being in a old cemetery at night, with a Ouija Board, "talking" to a "spirit", it'd be pretty easy to not only freak yourself out, but to convince yourself you have heard things. In a group setting it isn't that uncommon for people to all agree upon something even if it didn't realistically happen. Hearing wings outside isn't uncommon either, birds have a tendency to fly around outside, ya' know?

Having a bird outside your window isn't all that uncommon. I have a damn wood pecker that eats away at the side of the apartment I live in now and he has a tendency to come around the say time every single day, 2:30-ish in the afternoon. I think this bird thing is simply a overworked imagination.

I am not good with birds or breeds, but I did a quick Google search and got a lot of hits on different kinds of birds, big and small, all with red eyes. There's a chance a larger bird was hanging around your house (or more precisely your window) in search of food or a place to nest.

I honestly think it's the work of a overactive imagination. While it is true that playing around with a Ouija Board can have disastrous consequences, it is also equally true that the Ouija Board can be a harmless party game. Don't get me wrong, I don't condone using a Ouija Board, but I also feel a majority of the people who end up using them just get worked up over the stigma given to the Ouija Board. If they were even remotely as dangerous as every single person ever claims they were, they would have been outlawed a long time ago.

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