Hi everyone! Sorry for being AWOL this week - I've been really busy!! Anyway, I was reading Yahoo! News, I just had to find time to post this article on here. You can read it here directly. It's about a man who died of a heart attack at 32. He supposedly sent a message through email to his close friend after this death. The subject was "I'm watching", and the message was as follows:
"Did you hear me? I'm at your house. Clean your f***ing attic!!!"
Now, just before his death, the man had been in the friend's attic and teased him about how disorganized it was. They were the only two there, and he hadn't told anyone else about the conversation. It's hard to tell if this is a valid spiritual experience or not, but I think it's probable.
The message was short and two the point, as communications from the dead often are. Remember, the longer the message, the more confusing it can be, the more chance or error, and the more energy it takes.
This message has also comforted the friend immensely. It seems as though the spirit knew exactly how to comfort him. It is highly improbable that a random hacker would have been able to use that attic comment. Also, the attic message could simply be for the man to identify himself and prove who he is, like how spirits will send mediums images of how they died to convince the client.
"Did you hear me?" could be some type of reference to a type of sound communication. Sometimes, spirits try to communicate with people through noises and sounds, which often go unnoticed or unexplained.
Anyway, I thought this was interesting.