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In response to: UFOs and the Parapsychological

admin [Member]
Thank you so much for your comment VC, and for sharing this memory. I am happy you enjoyed the show, and had this super intriguing memory recall, and I would love to hear more about your experiences if you would like to share. My email is sue@pararesearchers.org if you would like to reach out in private. Thanks so much again, Sue
PermalinkPermalink 06/18/17 @ 14:10
VC

In response to: UFOs and the Parapsychological

VC [Visitor]
Your comment about "the falling leaf" idea of the UFO really shocked me with an instant connection to one of my earliest memories witnessing a bizarre and frightening experience in my bedroom that was certainly an altered state of reality involving many feathers drifting downward onto a baby crib illuminated by red lighting, and the feathers were falling down like leaves going back and forth. The scene of the falling feathers, like leaves floating downward and swaying sideways was in super slow motion too... like a snow globe. My memory of this experience was very frightening at the time it happened, as there also was the illumination of a "scary" theater mask viewing this scene suspended above and beside the baby crib. I did have a baby sister, so maybe this was her crib. I'm 18 months older, and I think this memory of mine happened between 3-4 years old.

I've had many other "paranormal experiences" including two unrelated UFO sightings at very different ages childhood vs adult.

I heard this leaf falling idea about another UFO sighting that is somewhere in the UFO lore, but it did not provoke that childhood memory that your UFO leaf idea instantly brought back from one of my earliest memories.

Interesting to me at least.
PermalinkPermalink 06/18/17 @ 13:16

In response to: More Encounters With High Strangeness

admin [Member]
Darlene -> Thank you so much for sharing this with me. Very cool. I would love to speak with her if she wouldn't mind sharing with. She could contact me privately through email. I know in Iceland they experience little people as families that live within larger rock crevices.
PermalinkPermalink 05/29/17 @ 07:03
Darlene

In response to: More Encounters With High Strangeness

Darlene [Visitor]
My girl friend used to watch little people who lived in a dresser in her home. She is a reputable source & did not disclose this to me until she was sure that I was able to handle the info. She says it was a family and they didn't seem to be afraid of her but to her knowledge H's parents never saw them. I think she was living in Prince George at the time.
PermalinkPermalink 05/28/17 @ 23:01
YTSL

In response to: Remembering Norway

YTSL [Visitor]
Norway's sure is beautiful, isn't it? I visited in the summer of 2015. And much as I'd love to see the Northern Lights, I must admit that I'm not sure I'd be able to deal with Norwegian winters after discovering how cold it can get even in the summer! ;S
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In response to: Remembering Norway

admin [Member]
Gattina -> Thank you :)

Cathy -> Thank you and yes the Northern Lights are definitely something to see! Happy WW
PermalinkPermalink 01/18/17 @ 08:36
Cathy Kennedy

In response to: Remembering Norway

Cathy Kennedy [Visitor]
Sue, I would love to see the Northern Lights. These are cool and interesting photo-editing projects. I, especially like the first one. Nice job. Thanks for sharing with us this WW! ;)
PermalinkPermalink 01/18/17 @ 07:08
Gattina

In response to: Remembering Norway

Gattina [Visitor]
Wow, these are beautiful creations !
PermalinkPermalink 01/18/17 @ 04:21

In response to: A Different Kind Of UFO

admin [Member]
Daniel -> You're welcome, and thank you for your comment here :)
PermalinkPermalink 01/06/17 @ 13:30
daniel j blatecky

In response to: A Different Kind Of UFO

daniel j blatecky [Visitor]
There's a lot that goes on in England that the rest of the world does not know about.I think that once they had done a survey to where the had found out that per-capita, Jolly Ole England has n more gifted but eccentric seems to go along with that title, than any place in the world.I guess this might have been both mystifying as well as amusing, but if your invited by the local folk to attened a conjuring, albeit it for herbs incantation, or something else, your had better pay strict attention to what your getting into before hand.Light and lovely article.Makes a body feel good. I'm so glad that you posted this.Thanks
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In response to: Wildflowers and the Setting Sun

admin [Member]
Thank you Kelley :)
PermalinkPermalink 09/20/16 @ 12:21
Kelley

In response to: Wildflowers and the Setting Sun

Kelley [Visitor]
Lovely morning! Have a great week!
http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/2016/09/whitewater-on-ococee-river.html
PermalinkPermalink 09/20/16 @ 09:37

In response to: Wildflowers and the Setting Sun

admin [Member]
Thank you :)
PermalinkPermalink 09/19/16 @ 12:21
image-in-ing: weekly photo linky

In response to: Wildflowers and the Setting Sun

image-in-ing: weekly photo linky [Visitor]
Beautiful scene, gorgeous blooms.
Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/09/the-man-in-moon.html
PermalinkPermalink 09/19/16 @ 12:11
Godsent

In response to: Remembering Mom and Oscar Peterson

Godsent [Visitor]
Oscar Peterson's piano runs and lines has greatly helped my piano career. all i have say is i love you.
PermalinkPermalink 09/04/16 @ 18:25

In response to: DIY Shabby Chic On The Cheap

admin [Member]
Thank you! I enjoyed Sweetheart in Sepia :)
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/16 @ 20:44
image-in-ing: weekly photo linky

In response to: DIY Shabby Chic On The Cheap

image-in-ing: weekly photo linky [Visitor]
Great work - well done!
Thanks for sharing your creativity at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/sweetheart-in-sepia.html
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/16 @ 19:41

In response to: DIY Shabby Chic On The Cheap

admin [Member]
Laura -> Thank you so much for your kind words :)
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/16 @ 17:09
laura

In response to: DIY Shabby Chic On The Cheap

laura [Visitor]
This is beautiful. Loving the colour. well done on doing this yourself.
PermalinkPermalink 08/16/16 @ 17:05

In response to: The Woman in Black

admin [Member]
Massimo -> Thank you so much for your kind words and support. It is my hope to generate new lines of thinking, which may help to give us new insights or a better understanding of these strange events that I believe are a natural extension to our human experience.
PermalinkPermalink 08/11/16 @ 16:32
Massimo Teodorani

In response to: The Woman in Black

Massimo Teodorani [Visitor]
A very well written and documented article, Sue. It goes much beyond classical interpretations of ghosts. A must read for all the serious scholars who want to understand and reason on high strangeness like this case.
PermalinkPermalink 08/11/16 @ 15:59

In response to: The Woman in Black

admin [Member]
Thank you so much Nan. I am happy to hear you enjoyed my article. It is one of my favourite cases as well :)
PermalinkPermalink 08/10/16 @ 20:16
Nan Zingrone

In response to: The Woman in Black

Nan Zingrone [Visitor]
Fascinating interpretation, Sue, of one of my favorite cases. Bookmarking this!
PermalinkPermalink 08/10/16 @ 19:21

In response to: Strange as a whisper I am there looking glass

admin [Member]
Gertrude -> Thank you again and it does. I wonder now if the psychomanteum could also be a tool for accessing memories from a past life.
PermalinkPermalink 08/08/16 @ 07:36
Gertrude

In response to: Strange as a whisper I am there looking glass

Gertrude [Visitor]
Although the sessions were interesting and coloured differentials noted, I still was not convinced what I perceived was indeed a past life per say. As I furthered my studies into this phenomena, at that point in time, the colours for example blue for the communication chakra and green the heart chakra was the energetic center that the phenomena chose to work through at the sessions. How I separated the 2 was the supposed deceased friends or relatives seemed to choose use was the throat chakra (blue)which the participants involved recognised as a passed on friend or relative. Hope this clarifies. Gertrude.

PermalinkPermalink 08/07/16 @ 23:38

In response to: Strange as a whisper I am there looking glass

admin [Member]
Thank you so much for sharing this with me Gertrude. Fascinating experiences, and please do not worry if there are any typos. I do it all the time :)

I wonder why the "bluish" colour? And then the "greenish"... If I've had past lives I wish I could recall them......
PermalinkPermalink 08/07/16 @ 16:56
Gertrude

In response to: Strange as a whisper I am there looking glass

Gertrude [Visitor]
Back in the early 90's I became involved with a group in which many facets of psychic phenomena was explored. Scrying the term which I choose to use was part of the components. The sessions were controlled in which there were always 2 accurate recorders to write down as to what manifested in the mirror. Which would be compared to the participants who were involved. There were also energy manipulations between the scryer and the participant who was being read. When the sessions were done, the participant who was the scryer would then tell the group what they saw manifest on or near participant 2. Then the recorders would tell the group what they had seen. It was a energy workshop combined with the viewing of suggested past life and/ or passed away relatives...

I was there to learn and explore this different aspect of myself for personal reasons. However, what I found interesting about the phenomena was that the supposed deceased friends or relative that would superimpose on the subjects faces would be in a bluish hue colour, and the supposed past life or vibration that the subject was somehow connected to came through in a greenish hue. And yes during different workshops it would not be uncommon to hear your name or someone elses name called from time to time. Hearing communications in other languages have been reported from time to time as well. Please excuse the typos, Regards, Gertrude. Any questions feel free to email
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In response to: Strange as a whisper I am there looking glass

admin [Member]
Thank you for your kind words Shanon and I am happy to hear you enjoyed this post. :)

PermalinkPermalink 08/06/16 @ 16:47
Shanon Sinn

In response to: Strange as a whisper I am there looking glass

Shanon Sinn [Visitor]
This is a very interesting post Sue. Obviously very personal as well, so thank you for sharing. I've had similar experiences with different oracles including ouija boards, where the item had an immediate feeling of another's presence when it was pulled out. There was a sense that these energies -- or spirits if you will -- were around a lot more during those periods of time we were using them and diminished when there was no intent to contact the other side. Including, as you had mentioned, raps and other things like lights turning on or off, traditionally associated with poltergeist activity. I like your approach here, and your balance of rational and open-mindedness.

I am glad to hear that the feelings that came with losing your mom subsided over time. I am even happier to hear that she still visits in your dreams :)
PermalinkPermalink 08/06/16 @ 16:38
neil rushton

In response to: Fairies: Canadian Research Project

neil rushton [Visitor]
Hello -- I start this blog post with an interesting Canadian encounter, with video clip. It might be useful: https://deadbutdreaming.wordpress.com/2016/05/28/going-round-in-circles-the-faerie-dance/
PermalinkPermalink 07/24/16 @ 19:44

In response to: Fairies: Canadian Research Project

admin [Member]
Thank you :)
PermalinkPermalink 07/16/16 @ 20:49
Lagen

In response to: Fairies: Canadian Research Project

Lagen [Visitor]
Try this woman: Www.pixiehill.com
PermalinkPermalink 07/16/16 @ 12:47

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

admin [Member]
eastcoastlife -> Its a fun read and I agree haunted houses are not for everyone :) Thank you for stopping by!
PermalinkPermalink 11/06/15 @ 07:31
eastcoastlife

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

eastcoastlife [Visitor]
I will read the book but will not go hunting for haunted houses. :P
PermalinkPermalink 11/05/15 @ 23:28

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

admin [Member]
Thank you for stopping by here Carver I miss the days of blog hopping and my blogging buddies :)
PermalinkPermalink 11/02/15 @ 12:22
Carver

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

Carver [Visitor]
May be haunted but I also think they look very beautiful. Thanks for stopping by my mostly silent blog.
PermalinkPermalink 10/31/15 @ 15:41

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

admin [Member]
Indrani -> Would love to hear more :)

Jackie -> Thank you for stopping by, and its a fun book if you enjoy ghost stories.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/15 @ 11:27
Jackie

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

Jackie [Visitor]
Thanks, I will check this out!

I think I've outgrown Stephen King.
PermalinkPermalink 10/28/15 @ 09:23
Indrani

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

Indrani [Visitor]
You must be very brave to research on ghosts.
I once stayed in a haunted hotel in Rajasthan. :)
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/15 @ 23:36

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

admin [Member]
Joyce -> I used to love Stephen King, but some of the newer books are so long I just can't get into them anymore. Thank you for stopping by!
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/15 @ 20:17
Joyce

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

Joyce [Visitor]
I love spooky stories, too, but I'm not a Stephen King fan. He doesn't end his stories.
PermalinkPermalink 10/27/15 @ 19:50

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

admin [Member]
Gattina -> Oh my, yes! LOL!
PermalinkPermalink 10/26/15 @ 13:07
Gattina

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

Gattina [Visitor]
I think my mushrooms can be included :)!
PermalinkPermalink 10/26/15 @ 12:37

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

admin [Member]
YTSL -> Thank you and please do let me know if you do write it up.
PermalinkPermalink 10/26/15 @ 12:33
YTSL

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

YTSL [Visitor]
Hi again Sue --

Maybe I'll do a blogpost on it sometime... For now, here's letting you know that the old ryokan was, I found out the next morning, near where some Christians had been martyred centuries ago!
PermalinkPermalink 10/26/15 @ 12:30

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

admin [Member]
Vanessa -> If you are into true ghost stories you should love it

Thanks for your comment :)
PermalinkPermalink 10/25/15 @ 17:16
Vanessa Morgan

In response to: Ghost Stories: Haunted Ontario Lakes

Vanessa Morgan [Visitor]
This looks like such an incredible book. Right up my alley.
PermalinkPermalink 10/25/15 @ 16:48

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

admin [Member]
YTSL -> I would love to hear more! Thanks for stopping by :)
PermalinkPermalink 10/22/15 @ 14:25
YTSL

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

YTSL [Visitor]
I never thought of hotels and motels are being particularly haunted categories of places. But the one time I saw a ghost (or, as a Japanese friend told me later, a soul) was in an old ryokan (traditional inn) in Japan!
PermalinkPermalink 10/21/15 @ 11:27

In response to: Haunted Hotels and Motels: Why are they so haunted?

admin [Member]
Teena -> Thanks for sharing your experience and nice to see you here :)
PermalinkPermalink 10/12/15 @ 09:32