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Old 04-11-2015, 08:14 PM
 
Location: NW AR
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I think I felt a lot of guilt accepting those coins and my moms words were more powerful, than my need to buy something with that money
Then why start a thread on this with all the drama when you seem to have it all figured out?

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Old 04-12-2015, 01:22 PM
 
Location: NW Nevada
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I've had this my whole life.

My brother told me to research it at the library (before we had the internet/early 80's) It's strong. I can "feel" people, especially very bad ones and they don't have to be doing anything. It's a bad vibe I get off them and I have never been wrong yet. They turn out to be "not so good" and my brother would always say: "How did you know?" I don't know how I know... but I have always had it..

The advantage is that it saved me from meeting many jerk guys (who turned out to be..) and it saves me a lot of headaches. When I went to the library, the books I read said it's some form of premonition/precognition because along with that gut feeling, I have felt something bad was going to happen. Like with my mom. I did not know "what" it was but I felt terrible.... My mom had surgery and her heart stopped. I did not understand or know that her heart stopped, until my dad told me. How could I have a feeling of horrible dread but not exactly know what it was? I was 13 years old when she almost died from her heart stopping.

My son says, "Yeah right" about my gut feeling. Because he does not experience it, he does not think it exists. ...

It does not matter to me that people don't believe, it's much like those who can read personal belongings of others. Or have other unusual abilities. Who am I to question who does or does not? I don't have that ability to read personal articles and I don't understand it. But it does not mean that person is not able to do it.

As example, I can be in a crowded room or even at a stop light, near a large intersection. I call it my "radar" Everyone is waiting for the light to change, but I am "drawn" to look at someone standing on the corner. I can't look away because something is going to happen... It always does. It's like I am watching a movie...The guy does some odd behavior like waving his hands in the street or jumps in the street (possibly mentally ill) and pretty soon, it's over. He does his thing and "now" everyone is looking...

And lastly, I was at work one time. when this girl told me to tell anyone that was looking for her that she left at 1:00. I had my back to her. I am chopping lettuce. I kept chopping and I told her she was going to ____ ____ . She turned me around and said how did you know that? I said I did not know but maybe I picked it up off her? (I just said that because she had this strange look on her face, lol) She was freaking. She said nobody knew she was going there. Turns out later, she was having an affair with our boss and this was hush...hush..

That is the other thing, is it something I "hear" from their thoughts or something I "see?" Either way, glad to share this thing and wonder if anyone else experiences this?

I would like to add, by the same token, I can feel "good" people. That is a great feeling. It tells me who to keep as a friend and who is not worth being a friend...

Do you have this? How has it helped you? How has it irked you? For me, I accept it but wonder if others get that feeling off people in the room?

Sometimes I can get a "vibe" from a stranger, but, it usually, bills down to expressions, body language and what they say and how they say it, more than a sixth sense feeling. For that, I rely on my dogs. The DO know by feeling, and that all important sense of smell. The nose..knows. My dogs have cued me more than once.
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Old 04-12-2015, 03:59 PM
 
Location: The New England part of Ohio
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Pretty much every time I meet someone this happens. I get an emotional and psychological read out of their personality, intellect and intentions. Good or bad.

When I was younger - late teens, through twenties - I gave people a chance. I thought it was the right thing to do.

It was the wrong thing to do.

I'll admit that I am more psychic than the average person, however sometimes people are telling you "who they are" by their actions. Our culture, and sometimes our families tells us to "give people a chance" - "don't be so judgmental" etc.

Sometimes using one's judgement is not such a bad thing.

When people tell you who they are, and that person is rotten - run.
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Old 04-13-2015, 04:28 PM
 
Location: Back and Beyond
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My wife has this gift and is highly accurate with it. I usually like to see the best in people and am possibly even a little naive at times when it comes to this. She on the other hand always states when she doesn't have a good feeling about someone and is usually right.

One example of many that stands out is our old neighbor. She always said never let our kids near this guy I don't trust him. I thought he was an OK normal guy, he had a pretty good job, was married, and in the process of adopting two kids since they couldn't have kids themselves. We had a few beers a couple times, grilled out a few times, just normal neighbor stuff. Wife wasn't having it though and always mentioned that she couldn't pinpoint what it was, but something was up.

Fast forward a few years, we moved and sold the house to my parents. We were visiting, when I saw his wife and two newly adopted kids going for a walk. Said hi and Asked about the dude, and was blown away with her response. Evidently he snapped, tried to molest the boys and had kiddie porn all over his computer, and a bunch more kiddie porn loaded up on hard drives in some storage shed. Drank him self into delirium and tried to physically assault the wife. Looked it up on the internet and sure enough it was all true. I was blown away, he seemed pretty normal to me, but my wife new all along.

After that and multiple other instances (albeit not as shocking or extreme), I ALWAYS trust my wife's judgement on people from now on. So IMO some people certainly have the gift to read others well.
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Old 04-15-2015, 06:36 AM
 
Location: A State of Mind
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My wife has this gift and is highly accurate with it. I usually like to see the best in people and am possibly even a little naive at times when it comes to this. She on the other hand always states when she doesn't have a good feeling about someone and is usually right.

One example of many that stands out is our old neighbor. She always said never let our kids near this guy I don't trust him. I thought he was an OK normal guy, he had a pretty good job, was married, and in the process of adopting two kids since they couldn't have kids themselves. We had a few beers a couple times, grilled out a few times, just normal neighbor stuff. Wife wasn't having it though and always mentioned that she couldn't pinpoint what it was, but something was up.

Fast forward a few years, we moved and sold the house to my parents. We were visiting, when I saw his wife and two newly adopted kids going for a walk. Said hi and Asked about the dude, and was blown away with her response. Evidently he snapped, tried to molest the boys and had kiddie porn all over his computer, and a bunch more kiddie porn loaded up on hard drives in some storage shed. Drank him self into delirium and tried to physically assault the wife. Looked it up on the internet and sure enough it was all true. I was blown away, he seemed pretty normal to me, but my wife new all along.

After that and multiple other instances (albeit not as shocking or extreme), I ALWAYS trust my wife's judgement on people from now on. So IMO some people certainly have the gift to read others well.
Wow. Well, you have to trust your gut. This reminds me of stories you may hear of on the news, of a guy having being found doing something similar, a neighbor or teacher, with others saying "he was such a nice guy". You just don't know... but some get a sense like your wife. Some do not believe in this ability, but I think some just do not possess it or it is not developed.
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Old 04-20-2015, 07:35 PM
 
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My wife has this gift and is highly accurate with it. I usually like to see the best in people and am possibly even a little naive at times when it comes to this. She on the other hand always states when she doesn't have a good feeling about someone and is usually right.

One example of many that stands out is our old neighbor. She always said never let our kids near this guy I don't trust him. I thought he was an OK normal guy, he had a pretty good job, was married, and in the process of adopting two kids since they couldn't have kids themselves. We had a few beers a couple times, grilled out a few times, just normal neighbor stuff. Wife wasn't having it though and always mentioned that she couldn't pinpoint what it was, but something was up.

Fast forward a few years, we moved and sold the house to my parents. We were visiting, when I saw his wife and two newly adopted kids going for a walk. Said hi and Asked about the dude, and was blown away with her response. Evidently he snapped, tried to molest the boys and had kiddie porn all over his computer, and a bunch more kiddie porn loaded up on hard drives in some storage shed. Drank him self into delirium and tried to physically assault the wife. Looked it up on the internet and sure enough it was all true. I was blown away, he seemed pretty normal to me, but my wife new all along.

After that and multiple other instances (albeit not as shocking or extreme), I ALWAYS trust my wife's judgement on people from now on. So IMO some people certainly have the gift to read others well.
**THIS** is what I am talkin' bout! She felt something weird about the guy....
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Old 04-20-2015, 07:52 PM
 
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Okay, another weird feeling I had about someone:

When I was 13, I met and hit it off great with a girl in my class and we became best friends. We used to do everything together..

I went over to her house one day and knocked on the door. A man answered (her dad) and he had on these tiny red, speedo type-shorts or bathing suit bottoms. When he opened the door, I felt creepy "plus" embarrassed that he was so "exposed" if you know what I mean...(like you could see the outline of everything)..I want to say I almost felt like he enjoyed my shock..he keep trying to make eye contact but I kept looking away...creepy for a grown man to think it was okay to walk around like that with two 13 year girls...... My dad always wore boxers, so to see my friend's dad in these tight little (almost looked like underwear) it just made me feel strange. ...I went past him, tried to shrug it off and hung out with my friend.

When her dad was around, something felt off about him. He was "too" friendly towards her and his actions were different than how my dad acted. As we went through our teens, my friend got into some trouble, was promiscuous, and dabbled into some other things...

We ended up in high school together and she started skipping school, ended up dropping out and did some more things that were upsetting..

When she turned 18, she told me that her dad had been molesting and having sex with her since the age of 5 years old.

She told her mother and at first, her mom did not believe her. Then, she said later, "Why didn't you tell me years ago when I could have left him?" (her mom was now in her 50-60's and I guess she felt she could not start over)..so sad for my friend....Her dad never tried to touch me, I would have flipped out...but later it seems he had been molested by someone in his family...such a sad mess...
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