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DeviousAngel (11 stories) (1910 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-22)
One thing I also want to mention is that I think it's great that you are close enough to your children to (for one thing) believe what they are telling you and also discuss it with them. Thank you for clearing things up; and please understand I'm not trying to call you and your family crazy! Just wanting to make sure we all rule out the outside factors first... Ever the skeptic, and hopefully I don't come across as a militant one.

Your children will definitely need your understanding and support as they go through these things, and it makes you a wonderful mother to give it to them. These entities could really be anything. It's possible that they may have been "childlike" entities, that perhaps just wanted to play, or you could have been right all along and they might be bad. I know that if this were MY situation, I would ALSO have panicked and been like, "NO NO, don't listen to them!" thinking that they meant come with them to the other side! So I understand where you're coming from.

I guess the best thing to do is to continue to discuss with your children what they see and hear, and to help them guard themselves and be wary of advice given to them from spectral entities.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-22)
Thanks, aussiedaz, and my best to you and yours. At the risk of sounding like I'm wishing loads of paranormal activity on you, I am looking forward to reading more stories from you.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1487 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-22)
Miricles, it is funny how we can share our experiences with total strangers and your right, generally the truth will be in the balance of reply, where else can we go to discuss such topics?,I'm not laying on the couch that will cost to much and the machonites I grew up with, well let's say if you got caught talking about chick flicks let alone the paranormal you'd normally end up with a dead arm, thank you for your kind words, I wish you and your family all the happiness in the world.

Aussie 😁
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3326 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-22)
Miracles: I do miss them and indeed wonder where they go... I think I'll try doing a daily journal... I only note the "note-worthy" stuff 😆...And you're right about the truth in writing of these stories... I don't think a story has to be scarey to be interesting or believable... There are so many stories here that support the notion that our loved ones are near us all the time, and many inspirational ones as well... Sifting is one of my favorite things to do though!...But one thing I'll never do is tell some one that their story isn't good or that I don't believe it or that it needs embelishment... I leave that kind of stuff to others 😆

I'm curious, do you document your kids' experiences also?...I think that would be cool... I wish I would have thought about it when my kids were little...I've been trying to get my daughter, at least, to write some of her stories, but she's a busy mommy... That and her spell-check would be going crazy... That seems to be another thing with indigos, they really don't care about spelling, as long as their point is made!

😆
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-22)
Hey zzsgranny - so funny you should mention the independence thing. My son's dad, just a few days ago, told me I need to let go a little bit. When Dalton needs me, he'll let me know. He's his own person right now and needs me to let him be that person. It's so hard for me to do. He's my last miracle and I'm trying not to smother him, but failing miserably I think.
I'm going to reread my Crystal Children book and see if I can gain more insight into his development at this age. It appears I've forgotten most of what I read. Not very good, huh?
As for making your story more scary (I read that story, by the way). This isn't a fiction site, is it? And I didn't realize we were auditioning for a Stephen King novel. If so, I think I missed the purpose here. I think sometimes the best stories aren't the ones that are scary; they're the ones that are true.
Do you miss your "ghosties" when they aren't obviously around? I do and I wonder what the heck happened. Why'd they leave, where'd they go? Are they coming back? Seriously pathetic, huh? I just get used to the noises and shadows and then they're gone again. And then I read my journal and realize it happens more than I think. Sometimes maybe they need space from me?
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3326 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-22)
Miracles: Thanks for your kind words!...I haven't posted any stories lately, my friends have been kind of quiet since Christmas... Just a few odd things that my sons have experienced... My youngest has a pretty good job and has turned his bedroom into a nice little "man-cave", my ghosties like to hang out in there too!...And recently some one commented that my story wasn't scarey enough, and that I should have made it more interesting 😆...

Indigo and crystal children are very hard to raise... As they tend to be very independant...That's hard for "the mamma bear" to accept that this little cub doesn't seem to need you as much as you think! 😆... They learn a lot on their own, and some times it's hard to figure out where they get this stuff at such a young age... And Whitebuffalo's right, they do gravitate toward older children... They simply can't relate to a less mature audience, I guess...It's kind of nice to have an intelligent conversation though...Also, they tend to have few friends, but the ones they do have share the same interests... They simply amaze me... You probably know all this stuff already... I tend to do that huh Whitebuffalo? 😆
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
whitebuffalo - I grew up on the Bible, so I'm not in the least offended. Guess those verses didn't sink in, though.
Thank you for taking the time to look them up and send them to me.
Funny, when reading them, I could envision Dalton putting on the armor and helmet, and taking up the shield and sword. He's really big into knights and sword fights of all kinds.
This one is going to require a lot of deep soul searching before I comment. It's more than just a quick, I gotta respond thing.
Thank you.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
whitebuffalo - I really enjoy your comments. You have a great sense of humor! Love it!
It's hard to get everything down that I want to say; things I want to answer and comments I want to make. I read them a couple dozen times before I make anything permanent. And then I find out I've screwed up anyway. So much for being careful! I posted my last comment on your "sneaky" story! How do you yell when typing? AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEEEEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYY or something like that. Anyway, I'm sorry. People are going to read the comments on your story and not have a blessed clue what I'm talking about. Going to make me look really stupid in the process. Oh well, what's done is done, huh?
Your son, omigosh, how I'd love to meet your son. He's destined for greatness (stolen line from a favorite movie of mine, but very fitting here).
I, too, have scoured websites just looking and reading; hoping I'd find one that fit. I do read stories on another site, but the interaction isn't available there. I enjoy the stories, though.
Like I said before, I never did intend to do anything like this. Some of the comments that are made are pretty mean and some of them are downright... Hmm can't find anything nice to say, so I won't go further with that. So I wasn't willing to subject myself to any of that grief. But I did and now I know why. I think I have things to learn from you and your son. I have yet to read your other stories, and haven't found your daughter or Race's yet. I've been so wrapped up in getting my other stories about Dalton ready for tomorrow, that I've not read any stories today.
Anyway, I understand what you meant about the chronological experiences. One story triggers another and so on and so on. Like mine that I'm posting for SxeMichael; hoping it might help. And, yes, reading stories makes me remember things that I've forgotten, too.
So you're suggesting I should probably stop calling Dalton "Little Boy?" I don't think he'd even notice if I quit. I call him "Love" also, which probably sounds "girly" but...
Until you mentioned the left and right voice thing, I never even thought about it. Just figured maybe that's where the entity was standing when he was talking to me and they were talking to Dalton. Sometime I'd like to hear your opinion, when you're ready.
The recounting of the story about your son and the teenage boy made me laugh. I enjoy reading things that make so much sense you can laugh along with the writer. I understand the protection thing; it's fierce. How did the boy react to your son? I'm seriously interested in knowing that, considering how most teenage boys are kind of indifferent to little kids. I can feel your son's "old soul" when I read that story. He amazes me and I don't even know him.
I'm looking forward to reading your family's stories. I don't have anyone that understands when I tell them some of the things Dalton has said or done. Not that he has done anything close to what your son does. Your son makes Dalton look like an infant. Perhaps your son is supposed to guide mine. Who knows?
Stranger things than that have happened. Sundaydrive did a good thing.
Thank you.
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
Geneva Study Bible:
Job 1:10 "Hast not thou made (a) an hedge about him, and about his house, and about all that he hath on every side? Thou hast blessed the work of his hands, and his substance is increased in the land."

(a) Meaning, the grace of God, which served Job as a rampart against all temptations.

Ephesians 6:10-18
"Be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.
"Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having girded your waist with truth, having put on the breastplate of righteousness, and having shod your feet with the preparation of the gospel of peace; above all, taking the shield of faith with which you will be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked one.
"And take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God; praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints..."

I do not generally quote the Good Book in many of my comments, but you asked what the "hedge" was, so I thought I would place both quotes here for Trudy44's comment to have a bit more meaning.
I apologize for the out right Biblical reference for anyone that it offends.
Wa-do.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
zzsgranny - I was so hoping I'd hear from you. I hadn't seen any posts from you in a while (maybe I've just missed them) and was afraid you weren't on this site anymore. I love reading your stories and advice. A story I'm going to try to post tomorrow gives a bit more information about my son - it's called "Don't Be Sad, Mommy." It mentions, very briefly, that he is a Crystal Child. When I was told that, I bought a recommended book about Crystal and Indigo Children, and I would love to visit a site dedicated to them. Again, thanks so much for reading my story and for feeling led to comment. I truly appreciate it.
whitebuffalo (guest)
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11 years ago (2010-03-21)
You know, Miracles51031? I had a feeling your response was going to be a mite longer than the usual 😉, and I have been anticipating the arrival of it. I think you may have suspected that MY response to YOU may have been just as long!
I DO hope you were able to enjoy the birthday party, and did not overly think on most of this.
Please forgive the length of this, as I KNOW it is going to be astronomical!
When I first came to this site, it was in searching for answers. I had been a member of various other sites and the "freeness" of sharing was so limited, that to post an urgent question, one might have to wait MONTHS to get an answer. Even then, what you might get was so rife with misinformation and superstition that to gain any REAL knowledge was virtually impossible.
So, I KNOW my FIRST post was a jumbled mess of all the things that had happened with my children that I needed answers for, and did not even TOUCH on any of the things I had experienced as a youngster. Even as I gained more information (from a variety of sites. This is NOT my only resource, obviously) I was slowly adding bits and pieces of our/my experiences (in no real order) that when I "hit" on something in my research, brought the experience to the forefront of my mind causing more questions.
What I think MOST people do, when posting here, is read a story and start thinking. When they realise that something THEY experienced just might have been a bit "more" than first thought, they post it here (or elsewhere, for that matter), making it not so much a chronological experience. Know what mean?
I may be wrong, but I do not think the average poster on this site sets out to tell the story of their progression, and just want "quick fix" answers. Honestly, sometimes there just is no "quick fix". What I generally do, when I am curious about "the start", is go through the persons profile page and read ALL the stories already posted. I like reading it chronologically, as well. Even if that is NOT the way I personally posted mine.
You may also be interested in the stories of my Life Partner, and my daughter, as they are also posted on this site and may help you get a more rounded feel for what goes on here. Racemustang and Essiej are their screen names, and you will have to look for them in the search engine of the opening page of this site, as they are no longer active members. Essiej has several, Race was only comfortable enough to post one.
With our little man, I used to say he was my little boy. One of the Elders heard me call him that, as we were in longhouse, and asked me why I did that. It was one of those instances when I wrinkled up my face, shrugged, turned my palms upward at my sides and said "Uh, because he IS a boy, AND little?" raised my eyebrows, and thought "Duh".
I got a REAL good lesson in the naming of children at that point, and felt justifiably chastised for "belittling" him. I have NEVER called him a little boy since.
It was one of those: Oooops, missed that, moments. 😆
Your views on raising your son are marvelous. I TRY to protect my son, but he is so far advanced from where I am that I feel HE protects ME.
There was a time (lots of them, but this was the first to come to mind) when I was watching him play outside and it looked like he was being "counseled" by one of the older children out there. He has the tendency to gravitate towards older children, maybe because his siblings are so much older (his "closest" sibling is eleven years his senior), maybe because he thinks the younger ones (his chronological age) are "babies" but... Me, being the protective Mama that I am, marched right on over to that field to tell off that teenage boy. As I got closer all kinds of words were going through my head because I was REALLY going to let him have it for being that way with a six year old. No one even noticed my approach.
The weirdest thing happened. As I got closer, my thoughts slowed, and I was able to pick up on what was being said. I had to make up some cockamamie story on why I was out there because MY son was instructing the young man on how to cleanse his BEING so that he could be "free" of his personal demons. It was astounding.
To be utterly and completely honest, he is MY teacher. I am merely here for moral support.

I have been trying to get an answer for YEARS, on why some people hear the voices from the left, and some get it from the right. One of the things that I have found (I do not know if it is through superstition, religious "fear", or just that not too many people seem to be all that interested in the answer to that) is that it would appear that, out of the documented cases, the voices that give off the most negative feel come from the right.
Makes no sense if you are thinking Biblically, as Jesus Christ is said to sit on the right hand of His Father.
However, in our case, there does not seem to be any kind of connection with the side it comes from, and the feel it gives.
I am FAR from done researching this, as I do not have an answer that I would be comfortable enough to post in connection with my name. I just figured it would not hurt to ask, because maybe YOU knew.😊
My Life Partner likes to say the reason MINE seems to hit me straight on is that that is how I handle situations. I do not go around the issue, "skirting it", so to speak, I hit it straight on. I have NO CLUE if that is just a thought or has any truth to it.

I would be honored to checkout any further posts you may have. It is always good to hear about others who have similar stories to tell. For so long, I felt as if we were the only dingy out on this ocean.
Wa-do.
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3326 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
Miracles: In addition to Whitebuffalo's stories, I think you should google indigo and crystal children... I believe White's son is Crystal...There's a lot of good info on the web... I think you'll be surprized...Also, I don't know if any body knows this, but there is a special school geared toward the gifts of the indigo child... They can be a handful! 😆...Good luck, and keep us posted...
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
Trudy44 - I'll be honest with you. I'm completely ignorant about the hedge of protection. Do you have information about it that you would share?
Trudy44 (60 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
Dear Miracles,

What do think about praying a hedge of protection around your son and also teaching him how to do spiritual warfare. In the book of Job 1:10 it talks about a hedge of protection. In the book of Ephesians 6:10-18 it talks about the armor of God.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
white buffalo - You know this is going to be rather lengthy, don't you? Before I answer your questions, I need to say something. I think you might be the reason I felt compelled to finally start posting, and why I started with this story of Dalton's instead of my first one. I've been reading other's stories for about a year and could relate to a lot of them, but never felt led to post anything. I thought about it often, but never really felt driven to submit anything until Dalton's story. When I read a "first" story from someone and they say "I started experiencing things when I was 3 or 4 but this happened when I was 32" (paraphrasing, of course), I always wonder why, and wish they'd start at the beginning and go from there; that way I can go through their experiences as they did. Now I think I know why. Perhaps that story is the one they were meant to start with. Maybe someone else needed to read that story, at that time, whether they needed the story for themselves or they were meant to help someone else by their comments. Finding someone who completely understands is very hard to do. People can empathize, but can't fully understand unless they are in the same situation.
OK - the "voices in our heads." From the way my son was sitting and cocking his head, I believe he heard it enter through his right ear. I can vividly see him; just like it happened yesterday. He's sitting facing me and leaning his head to the left, which would indicate he was listening intently through his right ear. (I know you understand what I mean.) I've given this a lot of thought, just to make sure I don't say something that isn't true, and I realize that when I heard the voice (by the way, the voice I heard was the same voice; just 3 separate incidents - trust me, that was more than enough!) and I heard his voice come through my right ear. I'm not sure what that means, though. It's not anything I've ever questioned. Do you have any insight into it?
It's funny, up until about a year ago I always referred to my son as "Little Man." I realize a lot of parents do, but I thought it funny that you do too. Not only did I refer to him that way, but I would call him that when talking to him. I don't do it as much now because he's gotten older and has become "The Little Boy" (weird, I know), but his nicknames adapt to his personality and he has become a typical 8-year-old little boy. Well, maybe not typical compared to others, but you know what I mean.
My reaction when Dalton told me about the voices was because he was (and is) so trusting. My daughter recently told me I shelter him too much; that he doesn't know there is bad stuff out there. Yes, I do shelter him. I don't want him to know there is real life bad stuff. Not yet. He'll be faced with it soon enough. No matter how much we try to prepare our children, the real world always butts in. I don't want people to misunderstand me. No, I don't want my son to grow up, step out into the world on his own, and be so na
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
aussiedaz - I gotta say first off; I really enjoy reading your real-life stories. The ones about your mom and dad brought tears to my eyes. Anyway, the fact that you, whitebuffalo and princessLotus have read my story about my son and responded humbles me. You are some of my favorites and I look for more stories and posts from you guys every day. (It's almost become an addiction! LOL!)
My dad also believes that our lives are predetermined and that each step we take is the step that we are meant to take whether we like it or not, so that's not something new for me to think about. In hindsight, maybe the reason that happened with Dalton was because I was meant to have the "stranger" talk with him again. I believe there is a reason for everything and that makes as much sense to me now as anything else does. I do need to thank DeviousAngel again for giving me another perspective on this.
I'll probably still react Mamma Bearish! (compliments of princessLotus) if Dalton tells me anything like that again. I think it's just part of my character and part of why I use the profile name "Miracles51031," which is explained in one of the stories I'll be posting in the next couple of days.
Believe me, you couldn't go too far off track for me to at least read and consider your words. Sometimes a stranger's point of view is as important as a close friend's. Maybe even more helpful considering there is no line to cross between strangers. Generally speaking, friendships don't "get hurt" when someone you don't know tells you something you don't necessarily want to hear.
There are many people in my life who think believing in spirits is "far off track." Gotta be just a little bit crazy to believe in ghosts, huh? And crazier still to admit it!
Thank you, aussiedaz, for your comments. I'll keep watching for more from you.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1487 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-21)
Miracles, a lot of well rounded advise has already been given, so I'll offer something different for you to think about, (hope I don't go of the track to far) I believe that our lives are already mapped out and our journey on this earth is not only charactor building, but we are also spirtitually preparing ourselves for what comes next, I don't believe those who have gone before us or even demons if you believe in them, can interfere with the coarse or time frame of Daltons life, otherwise people would be dropping in the thousands to the evil will of men and demons alike, I think children are playful here and here after and that would be something you would expect a child to say, I won't you to come with me, I wouldn't worry to much about it, but I can understand your concern.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-20)
Sundaydrive - I thought I already posted this, but guess not. Anyway, thank you so much for the info on whitebuffalo. I had read some of the most recent stories, but hadn't read either of those two. Again, thank you so very much! And thanks for passing my story on to whitebuffalo.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-20)
whitebuffalo - omigosh! I can't believe the similarities between our sons. I don't have time right now to get into it; we have a birthday party to go to. But I will be back and will definitely answer your questions.

When I was given the title of the two stories you had submitted (thank you, Sundaydrive, thank you!) I cried when I read your son's story. I mean I literally had tears running down my face. The similarities are unreal! I haven't read the other story Sundaydrive mentioned. I'm rapidly running out of time to leave!

I need a little bit of time to compose my response to you. I want to make sure I have everything down the way I need it to read. Omigosh! Again, I can't believe how uncanny it is. Thank your friend, Sundaydrive, for me. I'll be back soon. Can't wait to hear from you. I have been reading your more recent stories; I'm a newbie to this site. You are one I really enjoy reading.
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-20)
Know what? I was sent to your page because some one told you you were telling my family's story 😊. Now I know what she meant.
May I ask you a question, Miracles51031?
I keep reading "voices in my/his/her head". I am not saying that you do not. Could you describe that in a bit more detail?
I know. Odd question. In our experiences within my family, depending on which child it is happening to, the thoughts enter the head from one direction.
For my son, they seem to come in through his left ear. The astounding thing about that is that he has a hearing impairment. For HIM, he feels the vibration of the voice as it seems to enter his ear, but "hears" the words after the sensation ends.
My daughters comes from the right ear.
Mine comes straight forward, generally, as if through my forehead. Occasionally, I do get the voices from one of the directions as well. This is NOT something we openly discuss (meaning: where the voices enter our heads). I found this out by asking both of them privately, and did not share the information about the other with either one of them.
They start from somewhere, and do not "originate" from within our heads. Can you describe, if you know, from which direction they come?
I see that you have already reversed your thoughts on these children being demons. That is good.
I commend you for telling your son that he is NEVER allowed to go with ANYbody unless you give permission. Not because I believe that these children would have lead him into the Spirit World, but because MY son gets "direction" and tends to follow them, if he thinks it could help someone.
He IS a trusting little man, but is also very intuitive, and seems to be able to tell if they are "good", but I still worry that one may try to deceive him.
I have to watch him closely, because I am not always aware that he is receiving a communication. I also watch him for whatever reaction he may have TO a communication. After all, he IS still six, and it may be an issue that he is ill prepared to deal with on his own. Heck, it may be something that together we have a problem dealing with. 😊
I think I would like to compare notes with you. Sounds like there are many similarities.
Wa-do.
Sundaydrive (49 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-20)
She sure DOES listen to her son (and her daughter too), Miracles. There are a couple of stories on here about her son. A four year olds tale and A lesson in shadows are my favorites. He is an amazing little boy and if I didn't see some of this stuff with my own eyes, I wouldn't have believed any of it. Spending time with her family is the ultimate trip. I'm surprised that she hasn't been here yet to say anything. She is so nonchalant about her kids talents, as she calls them, you would think they were talking about the kid next door instead of someone who died. It's just crazy cool.
But in private, she is a bit more guarded about what they go through because she knows it's going to be a hard road for the children. They have all ready gone through the "witch trial" as I call them and came straight through the fire. I have to say if it were me, I would have stopped being patient a LONG TIME AGO. But, that is her personality.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-20)
Sundaydrive - thank you. Your comment about your friend's son is one of the reasons I decided to post this story. I've been keeping a journal since 2002 (even going back and recording things I remembered from the time I was 13.) I've had friends ask me why I do that; am I going to write a book. Up until I read a post on another website, I had no intention of ever submitting anything for anyone else to read. I still haven't submitted that story. It's pretty harsh and only someone who experienced the same thing would understand it. But most of the time, there are other experiences that are so similar to mine. I just want people to realize there are others just like them. Maybe there is no one else they can turn to that would understand and wouldn't condemn or criticize. (Although there is a bit of that here too, but it's all part of this life.) I wish I'd been able to hear what my son heard. Maybe I wouldn't have been left with this terrible feeling in my gut whenever I remember it. Does your friend listen to her/his son? Sometimes as parents we don't listen when we should. We hear our kids, but don't necessarily listen to them. They don't have to actively encourage their son, but to just listen and see if there might be something to it. I do hope you reply to this question.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-20)
winwin - Yes, I do understand what you're talking about; and I sympathize with your situation. My children and I aren't plagued by demons, though. This was an isolated incident. Thank you for your comments. I do appreciate them.

PrincessLotus - I read your story when it was first posted and I truly feel for you. Since I lost 5 babies, it does make me a bit "Mamma Bearish" (nice term, by the way!) I wish you the best and hope you hang in there. I truly believe God doesn't give us more than we can handle. Sometimes I don't think we have as much faith in ourselves as God does. Thank you for understanding what I was trying to get across, and for adding us to your prayer list. This was only the 4th time anything truly terrifying has happened in my life and the 2nd that involved my children. (The 1st that involved my kids, my daughter doesn't even remember. She was only 5.) My first, and natural, instinct was to protect my son from what I perceived to be a threat. Thanks to DeviousAngel's input, I realize I may have been wrong about the little boy and girl but it's something I will never know because we have since moved from that house. Not due to anything paranormal; we actually had some great experiences there, which I'll send submit later. You're right, I didn't reveal to my son what I thought was going on. (I expect to get a lot of criticism from these next few statements, but what the heck.) Since my life hasn't been filled with horrifying incidents, most have them have actually been pretty tame (even entertaining sometimes), I didn't want to scare my son. And, yes, you're right. Parents don't have to scare their kids, real life does that enough. I didn't want him afraid to be in a room by himself, so I didn't say anything to him other than the "don't go anywhere with anyone" speech. We all raise our kids the best way we can; we do what we think is right at the time. And that's what I did then. I don't want my kids afraid of spirits unless there is a "without a doubt" need too. Ps - Your new meds haven't made you YYYYEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHH! You're fun to read. (Compliment entirely!)

DannyBruise - I didn't hear any voices until I was in my 30's. And it was not a good voice. It was one of those experiences that really scared me. No, I didn't trust the voice - I felt extreme evil from that one. I don't think my son hears voices anymore. If he does, he hasn't said anything and since we're open about this with each other, he'd have said something. Thanks for commenting. I'm going to submit a couple stories in the near future. I'll look for your comments if you feel like leaving any.
princessLotus (2 stories) (555 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-19)
I just got done reading the other comments & I agree with you about talking to you kids about it. My parents understood & believed me when I came to them with it, my school mates thought I was crazy because I thought everyone could. I don't know how it would be if my folks rejected me. However they didn't obsess over it. You should read my story here, I don't know if I said that before but it's called "constant" you may find it interesting. Bye bye!

~~LSD~~
Sundaydrive (49 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-19)
I have a very good friend that has a six year old that I swear you just described. He will be sitting watching television, does that whole cocking the head to the side thing and just talks. It is the weirdest thing to see the first couple of times it happens.
I didn't read anything that anyone else wrote, but what about if your boy was to tell these kids that his Ma can't hear them anyway, so they can talk freely? Maybe they don't want him to go, go with them, but just to talk, or play privately.
I think it's great that you have this open communication with your children. Too many kids go through their childhood thinking there is something wrong with them and have no one to talk to about these things.
But I also think you bring up a really good idea, too. All of you can see, hear or sense these others, but you didn't even know they were there. I guess that could prove that just because you ARE a seer, it doesn't mean that you have to see each and every ghost out there. And someone else CAN sense them even if you are in the same room.
winwin (17 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-19)
Is ok,Don't worry take time to use it. I my mum & my brother also the same. My mum can see the spirit day and night we give ghosts, demons attack also we got fight with the person used black magic to attack me... We face it a lot of thing being many many years until now but we know still never end. This is no body can believe it, somemore I never let people know... I believe a lot of thing that not every body can believe.why?Because I saw it I gone too before...,we can know the thing before happen..., my mum safe my life too many time until I grow up. I know you are worry a lot of thing. But you don't have power to stop the ghost or spirit you only can do is pray to your god talk to them let them know your problem ask the god to help you to find out the problem that you face. Believe me, the god will come over to your house to see and protect your family. Really no matter what happen you are not alone 😊
Maybe you think I am crazy, If you got the special you will understand what I talking.

Leave happy
princessLotus (2 stories) (555 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-19)
Kay, hi I'm Lotus & I want to bless you & your children first of all! You are already added to my prayer list I keep (I am a Pastor). Does this still happen? I'm so sorry you had to feel that real terror when you witnessed what your son was dealing with & at the same time keep you composure! Good Mamma! And your telling him that safety rule of>>>>without your permission he is not to go "with" ANYone. This was brilliant! And I take it you didn't reveal to him what you "felt" that boy & girl were. We don'y even fathom scaring our children, T.V. & other things do that enough already! LOL! Right?! They need to feel safe with us & believe me I know it can be a bit taxing to be brave Mamma Bear, when you feel uneasy about a spirit. I get livid when demons mess with my cubs! I get real stern with the demons, something almost like an animalistic instinct snaps in me to protect my children from anything! But then there are times when I am afraid as well & it hurts me when my children either see me this way first hand, or they just pick up on it "Mamma's afraid" Am I making any sense to anyone? Sorry if I'm not my doc's put me on a new drug so I'm a lil' YYYYEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHHHH? 😕 😆 😨

Let us know more if there is more hun! Bless you in Jesus' name!

~~LSD~~
DannyBruise (9 stories) (125 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-19)
Miracles51031
First off, I'm impressed. I wish I learned in my early life at seven to trust the voices I heard, and go with it. Unfortunately the voices I heard were very angry.
When did you first start hearing these voices? How old were you? Did you trust them when you first heard them?
Up until the point where they asked your son to go with them, why would you be afraid? Were they different voices from the others you were accustomed to listening to?
Wow!
I'm really curious!
Please tell me more...
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4975 posts) mod
 
11 years ago (2010-03-19)
First let me apologize if I've given the impression my children and I hear voices in our heads all the time. We don't. I don't think it has happened to my daughter and that week was the only instance my son had said anything about hearing voices in his head. It's only happened to me three times in my life (and I'm 44). So I don't mean to imply we routinely hear voices in our heads. When I said, "I figured since the three of us can hear voices" I really meant that in a more general sense - we do audibly hear voices. But these don't occur every day either; not evenly monthly. I just wanted to clear that up.

To Heavenischocolate: Thank you and, yes, as a mother it was horrifying.

DeviousAngel: I would like to thank you for providing me with an alternate reason they were talking to my son. It was the first time my son had ever told me anything like that and it truly terrified me. I never considered they might just want to talk to him away from me. It is a possibility and I'm ashamed to admit I didn't even think about that. Thank you for the insight. As for believing them to be demons, maybe I was hasty to judge and condemn. If something like this was to happen again, I hope I would have the presence of mind to consider other possibilities, instead of jumping like I did. As far as thinking I might be crazy, well... I can't get offended when strangers think it might be a possibility since I thought it for a long time. FYI - I've never told either of my children I've heard someone talk to me in my head. It sounds too insane when I tell friends when we share our experiences.

Vulcan 10, Pjod and DeviousAngel:
I'm not defending my decision to talk to my kids about the paranormal, but I feel it necessary to explain why I talk to my children about it. I didn't have anyone to talk to about this kind of stuff when I was younger. I talk to my kids about this because I don't want them to think they are crazy. I absolutely believe these incidents would happen with my kids whether or not I talked to them about "ghosts." I want them to know they can come to me and I will believe them. My own experiences made me feel that it's better to know there is someone who understands and believes in you. I was 13 the first time I remember experiencing something that couldn't be explained. My daughter was 14 when she admitted to me that she had heard and seen things that weren't there. When we talked about it, she told me she felt better knowing that I experience this stuff, too. We don't hang out a shingle advertising our beliefs. But we don't suppress them, either. I'm glad there are sites like this one that help people know they aren't the only ones; that there are other people who are just like them.
Heavenischocolate (2 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-18)
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That would be terrifying! Just knowing your son is hearing voices is enough to be afraid of, but them telling him to go with them!?
That must be horrifying as a mother! I'm so sorry! 😢
Pjod (3 stories) (978 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-18)
nice post Vulcan
I have little ones, and I keep any and all paranormal interest to myself. It is difficult enough raising kids in todays world, without trying to make them wise to things adults aren't even sure of. My advice to the creator of this post would be to just raise your child as best you can, leaving out anything to do with the paranormal. Give your child a chance, he will be the one who has to go into the real world without you by his side--and as all kids, he will be judged by his peers.
DeviousAngel (11 stories) (1910 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-18)
Miracles, I would be a lot more concerned about my children hearing voices than I would be about anything. Now, I could be wrong but this sounds a lot more like a disassociative disorder than it does a paranormal gift. It's one thing to hear paranormal voices out loud or in your head when you're attempting to communicate with them, but just at random? I would be worried if I were you. I'm not trying to call you or your family crazy but your children may see this as a potential way to get attention or to make themselves closer to you based on a common "ability".

Anyway, all skepticism aside, on the off-chance that this is paranormal it doesn't necessarily mean that these entities are demons (in the negative connotation of the word "demon"). I find it interesting how the word "demon" has taken up such a negative stigma, considering religions pre-dating Christianity used the word to describe any spiritual body that had communications with humans. It may be that if these were indeed entities speaking to your son, they wanted to show him something or felt threatened by your presence and wanted to communicate with him away from you. Honestly, since you say that these paranormal occurances are so frequent, it surprises me that you never before discussed with your son the dangers of taking advice from disembodied voices.
vulcan10 (5 stories) (332 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-03-18)
Even if your children inherited your "gift" I don't know that I would continuously talk and implant it on their minds. It's tough enough being a kid with a weird mom than being an outcast yourself. That can lead to sudden and longlasting beatings from your classmates, especially if your a boy. I find it hard to believe that anyone who would have the ability to see spirits could so readily pass it on to each of their children, if this was the case then nearly everyone alive today would be conversing with spirits openly on a daily basis. The outcasts would be those who could not see and speak with the dead. If my parents thought that I actually saw or heard anything real when I was a child they never said, though I'm sure they didn't and still don't. I find this comforting in more ways than one. I for one needed such rational strong adults in my life, not flighty believe anything ones. Whether I'm luny or not, we all live in an everyday reality based world where others only believe in what they can see and touch, which I've came to find out is what it takes to have a successful society. When I pass on from this world then all things will be known to me. I guess I can wait until then. Until then I'll admit I will question to myself any experiences I've had out of the norm and go on to read about hypothesis about all things paranormal but I doubt I'll be joining any marches. That doesn't look good on a resume. If your son did see demons I wouldn't panic, it's not like they can come up and snatch people at will because they surely would.

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