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Old 12-07-2015, 03:59 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I appreciate your story and can tell you that I have similar story to tell. I used to have a pagan ouija board that I used to play with with my ex-girlfriend, Karla and her friend that was the exact same version as this one. One night we were playing and she asked the board if her best friend Denise would die, who was stricken with cancer at the time. The spirits revealed to us that she would die by moving the marker to the "yes" indicator. The next month Denise died. I wasn't able to deal with the pain that my girlfriend was going through at the time. She would cry everyday and post pictures of Denise on all her social media accounts. There was nothing I could do to take her pain away and she still posts images of Denise and her on her social accounts. My girlfriend also a Mom(from a previous failed marriage) was in constant pain, and there was nothing I could do to help her. It was literally like that damn board opened up the most negative and oppressive feelings that I have ever felt in my life. It felt like I was being suffocated from the inside.I wasn't strong enough to be there for her. I ended up breaking up with my girlfriend after she had an abortion that she claimed was mine. She told Denise about the abortion right before she died. This all happened when I was 26 and I'm 30 now. I can honestly tell you, that I still haven't been healed from my breakup with Karla. She was so beautiful, both on the inside and out, as was her daughter, who I also grew close to. I ended up throwing away the pagan ouija board after we broke up. My room still has oppressive feelings in it, like there's a weight leaning on me, constantly robbing me of my positive energy. Maybe it's just psychological, but I honestly feel like there are realms/dimensions that humans can't comprehend since we can't see them. Just because we can't see it, doesn't mean that negative forces don't exist beyond our comprehension.
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Old 12-07-2015, 11:15 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Yeah I don't fuck with those things..

Thanks for sharing.

Scary.. I watch so much paranormal tv.. And my life is...was so fucked up for so many years, I can't afford any attachments from beyond the grave.

Eek!

Thanks for sharing.
Sorry for your losses..
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Old 12-08-2015, 06:44 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Old 12-09-2015, 11:18 AM   #24 (permalink)
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I loved Operation and Mousetrap.

Can't imagine wanting to come back here as a spirit...tempting maybe to screw with a chosen few for shits and giggles but it's kind of like putting off chocolate ice cream to eat turnips. Good veg but the parties happening with the icecream.
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Old 12-10-2015, 09:15 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Startin' to sound like a whole 'nother new religion here!

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Old 12-12-2015, 06:06 AM   #26 (permalink)
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I loved Operation and Mousetrap.

Can't imagine wanting to come back here as a spirit...tempting maybe to screw with a chosen few for shits and giggles but it's kind of like putting off chocolate ice cream to eat turnips. Good veg but the parties happening with the icecream.
Me and my brother used to love to play mousetrap. My niece got an Operation game last Christmas and I played with her, first time in ages.

Turm, didn't you tell us about some not so good things happening while you were living at your parents house? It may be even though those thoughts of the bad times are in your subconscious, they are linked to the house, so when you are away from it, those feelings drop away, but when you return, you are reconnecting with them subconsciously.

I really don't know what to suggest that might help... but I do know, if you say you will have your own house in a year, you will... and I think once you and your kids are in your own place, with no emotional baggage to connect you to the bad things, the oppressive, dark feelings will be gone, and ya'll can create great memories and times that will keep you in the light, and keep you happy.
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Yes.
This shall pass.
Not soon enough haha
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Old 12-26-2015, 10:56 PM   #28 (permalink)
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smudge fudge

Yeah, i did the smudge, sage, grew it myself.

it's great.

Just the room, My self, too.


They take care of the deamons,

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It's been hard lately.

First thing I hear this morning loudly it's always yelling about stupid stuff...

"Who didn't put the FUCKIN turkey carcass in the fridge!!!?"

Oh who the hell cares we have another one.. We saved the meat.. Geeze..

I feel physically and mentally ill here.

Just here.
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The clatter and the clamurre of daily life,
when it's gone, even the sun on your face burning you:

How you'll wish it back.
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This morning..
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