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Old 02-06-2018, 11:17 PM
 
Location: State of Transition
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Isnt it amazing to think about Ruth?


When we were all babies,we could ALL see into this world but when we got older our natural purity was clouded over by misinformation and people who want us thinking and living like THEY want us to........
I read a book about a very interesting case, in Poland. A teenage girl was experiencing a lot of poltergeist activity: objects falling off of shelves, even plumbing fixtures crashing down in her vicinity. People came from all over to study her. At one point, a Japanese crew set up cameras at different angles around the room. One evening, a cup flew across the room, crashed into the wall, and fell to pieces on the floor. The camera crew checked their footage the next day. What the unbiased "eye" of the camera "saw" was a flash of light crossing the room, then a cup smashing against the wall, and falling to the ground in pieces.

The mind is a very powerful editor.
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Old 02-07-2018, 06:35 AM
 
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A camera might yield interesting results, too. Cameras can record things that the brain behind the human eye filters out.
Infrared cameras can pickup even more too!
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Old 02-07-2018, 10:56 AM
 
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I read a book about a very interesting case, in Poland. A teenage girl was experiencing a lot of poltergeist activity: objects falling off of shelves, even plumbing fixtures crashing down in her vicinity. People came from all over to study her. At one point, a Japanese crew set up cameras at different angles around the room. One evening, a cup flew across the room, crashed into the wall, and fell to pieces on the floor. The camera crew checked their footage the next day. What the unbiased "eye" of the camera "saw" was a flash of light crossing the room, then a cup smashing against the wall, and falling to the ground in pieces.

The mind is a very powerful editor.
There's a very entertaining older novel by Paul Gallico which deals with poltergeist and other apparently supernatural activities in an English country house: "Too Many Ghosts".

Great read and well-researched.
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:27 AM
 
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In the months before my mother passed away, she would talk to people we couldn't see or hear. Greet, chat, laugh, pause as if she were listening to them, then reply to them. I finally asked who they were, and she told me (even spelling the names). When I researched it, I found they were all people from the happiest time of her life and all were deceased. I believe the very old and very young are able to see and hear through the veil, as it were, separating heaven and earth. It was amazing and very reassuring.
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Old 02-07-2018, 12:19 PM
 
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It seems from the OP's responses that she is not seeking a non-supernatural response, in fact it appears she gets quite upset when a plausible explanation is discussed - but this is called "private speech" or "self talk" and is quite normal in toddlers up to pre-schoolers.
It's actually good development behavior.

I dismiss this as another case of "confirmation bias" - OP wants to believe in the supernatural and thus looking anywhere and everywhere for proof of it's existence. Everything is pretty much explained in her below admittance:

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I believe kids actually see things we don’t, so we call it imaginary because we cannot see them.
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Old 02-07-2018, 12:34 PM
 
Location: Cody, WY
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Agreed. But all spirits are not benevolent. It is best to be cautious. Imho
I'd have a psychic or exorcist check just to be sure.
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Old 02-07-2018, 12:34 PM
 
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It seems from the OP's responses that she is not seeking a non-supernatural response, in fact it appears she gets quite upset when a plausible explanation is discussed - but this is called "private speech" or "self talk" and is quite normal in toddlers up to pre-schoolers.
It's actually good development behavior.

I dismiss this as another case of "confirmation bias" - OP wants to believe in the supernatural and thus looking anywhere and everywhere for proof of it's existence. Everything is pretty much explained in her below admittance:
You nailed it.
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Old 02-07-2018, 01:01 PM
 
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Never said it was or suggested that, but thanks for your expert insight. Also, I donít believe in imaginary friends. I believe kids actually see things we donít, so we call it imaginary because we cannot see them.
Most likely since he is just beginning to learn to talk (you said he was slightly delayed) he is trying out his conversations including laughter. Do you ever study a long time on something only to dream of it and sometimes talk in your sleep? It is the learning process and why you hear young children screaming but obviously not in distress, they are just trying out their voices. Since he is not crying and falls back to sleep, just go with it. Now, if he tells you about some man or woman or child in the room at night who he has fun with...
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Old 02-07-2018, 01:13 PM
 
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I've heard of hackers tapping into baby monitors, and talking back and forth with the baby. Be very careful that's not happening here. If you have a baby monitor that's hooked into your router, I'd be VERY suspicious.



OMG!!!!! That could be it! Make sure the window is secure!


Mom, I would suggest maybe sleeping in the room with your child for a night or two, to really find out what is happening. Maybe just tell your child you want to have a sleepover. Or perhaps move the child into your room for awhile. I'm getting chills just even thinking about this!
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Old 02-07-2018, 01:18 PM
 
Location: interior Alaska
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this is called "private speech" or "self talk" and is quite normal in toddlers up to pre-schoolers.
It's actually good development behavior.
Yup. It's more common for kids to do it than for kids not to do it.
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