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What was your greatest paranormal experience?

Discussion in 'General Afterlife Discussions' started by Maria, May 20, 2018.

  1. Maria

    Maria Member

    I would love to hear your stories of a supernatural occurrence that was the most convincing evidence of the afterlife. This could range from ADCs to mystical experiences. I would consider mine to be seeing and being touched on my hands by my Peter, within the week after he died, but as I was still in a state of shock then, I wonder if it might have been a bereavement hallucination. Mac, as you often state you have spent many years investigating “the spooks”, you must have many tales to tell. (If you feel rather hesitant to discuss these however, I respect your privacy).
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  2. ravensgate

    ravensgate Active Member

    Most of my experiences occurred in healthcare delivery settings (mainly hospitals but also in my clinic). At this point, I do not feel comfortable sharing most of the experiences, but I want you to know that I tried - oh, did I try! - to find logical explanations, but for the life of me, I just could not. I went from agnostic to atheist, to believer. I have seen "mists" leaving deceased patients, and what did I do? Turned my back and ignored most of them! Talk about the ostrich with the head stuck in the sand :oops:
    I have felt the unmistakable presence of a just-expired patient in the room while I was sitting there, going over all we did, what we could have done, what "should" have been done, etc. etc. - and the patient was there. I'd look at the remains and feel his/her spirit very much alive in that room, and most times, I would simply leave because the presence felt too heavy and uncomfortable for me.

    There isn't just one occurrence that was the most convincing, but several. I never had a NDE, but I might have had an OOB when I was a young child of 4 or 5 years. Fell to the floor, hit my head really hard. Everything went black, but then my vision returned, and I was hovering near the ceiling, watching my mother freak out over me, telling me to wake up, calling for help. I could see my body but had no feeling of "connection" to that body. I was floating in a corner of the ceiling, telling my mom to look up because I was there! Then I grew annoyed because she wouldn't listen to me, lol. Next thing I know, everything went black again, but when I opened my eyes, I was looking up, not down.
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  3. Maria

    Maria Member

    Thank you for sharing your experiences Ravensgate. I have read similar reports made by hospice and general nursing staff who attend the dying. As you were probably very busy and it all happened so quickly, it is only natural that you were taken by surprise at the time, and only later reflected on the magnitude of what you saw. I think death bed visions as proclaimed by patients and other witnesses are a very reliable proof of the afterlife. I also feel you definitely had an NDE as a child, and this has enhanced your psychic sensitivity.
  4. jimrich

    jimrich Active Member

    My profoundest "experience" was the discovery that my dead brotherinlaw was completely alive and well right after dying of cancer while "hovering" near the ceiling above his dead body and that he was directly communicating with me (and my late wife) during that time and for several days after his body perished. The story is way to long to lay out here but I've written on it in detail elsewhere at this forum. Look in my profile if interested. Now I know that we don't "die"!
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  5. ravensgate

    ravensgate Active Member

    Jimrich, did you actually see him?

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