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Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
11-10-2017, 09:21 PM
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Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
Hello -
My wife is a very accomplished psychic/medium. Throughout many team investigations, she has helped many earth-bound spirits cross over. She has also helped solve and answer many questions from families wondering about lost loved ones. We have cleaned many a house that before was uninhabitable. Her gift is to see what happens at the moment of death. Gift. Sometimes yes, sometimes no. She is a very strong Catholic and works with God's help, always.
We recently completed an investigation where she had to witness a suicide by gunshot. The trauma of the suicide is always a lot to handle but this one in particular has left her with a nightmare that picks up after the gunshot. As she sleeps, she begins to twitch and jump about the bed, feeling the pain and desperation the victim felt as he tries to struggle to his feet. It has been 3 weeks now and she has this same experience almost every night, sometimes 2 or 3 times a night. If I wake her up, she almost launches from the bed, panting and sweating. She then has to get up for prayer and meditation to calm herself.
From what I have read, especially with war veterans returning home to nightmares, she may be having episodes of PTSD.
Any thoughts, remedies from any of the members?
Thank you -
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11-10-2017, 09:32 PM
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RE: Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
Why not prove any of your claims and cash in on offers for proof? Or why not solve unsolved murders?

Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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11-11-2017, 07:23 AM
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(11-10-2017 09:32 PM)UglyNRude Wrote:  Why not prove any of your claims and cash in on offers for proof? Or why not solve unsolved murders?
From what I've ascertained from this forum, one should expect UglyNRude to be rather ill informed and trollish.
Thank you for the welcome and living up to my expectations.
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11-11-2017, 08:23 AM
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RE: Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
Hello rickself,

a few thoughts from me:

if I understood correctly, you and your wife assume that they are the souls of deceased humans.

Also, you assume that your wife can handle it, because she is strong enough and blessed by the Lord.

I do not want to contradict your beliefs, but it does not look like it.

Assuming that I would say to you, I am sending 100 young people into the war now. One of them is your son. Without a training, without prior knowledge.
They just get a rifle and the direction. What would you say about that?

The only correct thing: You can't do that!! We gonna lose them all! Some of them will even kill each other in the fight!

And then when I Reply: God will help them and they got a rifle! You would think I'm crazy. You would think: Of course God helps and of course they need a rifle, but a good education in tactics, body training and training in a fight are equally important and then you would take your son back home.

Back to your wife:

The belief in God is of course important in such a Thing. And light is always the riffle.

But knowing your opponent, knowing his characteristics is also important. Exercising your own mental power is also very important.

And last but not least: Lucid dreaming is also a part of defensive against this beings Smile.

About souls of deceased humans:

You believe in Christianity?

The gospels never speak of earthbound spirits. all tormented persons and people, are haunted by ... demons Smile.
Jesus Christ drives out demons and he does not even redeem only one haunting "earthbound soul".

Or you believe in the catholic church?

"As soon as the money in the box sounds, the soul jumps into the paradise"

In the middle Ages they were able to build the Petersdom in Rome with this sentence.

All the best and good luck. Your wife will need it.
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11-11-2017, 08:50 AM
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RE: Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
As I stated prove her ability and cash in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_pr...paranormal

Im not an expert, but what seems to be happening is that rickself starts a discussion under false pretenses. It is not so much to educate any of us, or, perhaps, be educated himself. It is to get recognition of what he says is true, he is looking for an ego boost. Attention seeking? But when that doesn't happen instead of trying to prove the wild claims resorts to name calling. I get it it as I see it repeat often.

Belief bias occurs when we make illogical conclusions in order to confirm our preexisting beliefs. Belief perseverance refers to our tendency to maintain a belief even after the evidence we used to form the belief is contradicted.
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11-11-2017, 11:45 AM
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RE: Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
Hi Rick, I am also new here and am not sure if my reply will be of any value or not but in te hopes that it will be helpful... Here I am
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11-11-2017, 12:36 PM
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Ego? Hardly. Unprepared? That indeed is funny. Our team has been in over a hundred investigations in homes and businesses, churches and synagogues. We have sent demons to the deepest bowells of the earth. And sent confused souls trapped here by sudden tragedy home to heaven.
Ego? Faith my friend.
When my now passed mothers comes to visit, she is a demon? Good lord!
I guess this was a mistake coming here.
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11-11-2017, 08:11 PM
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honestly, your answer irritates me a bit.
Especially when I compare it to your first post.

Maybe you find what you are looking for, at least, I think I can not help you.

All the best and good luck.
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11-11-2017, 09:24 PM
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(11-11-2017 08:11 PM)Kilian Wrote:  honestly, your answer irritates me a bit.
Especially when I compare it to your first post.

Maybe you find what you are looking for, at least, I think I can not help you.

All the best and good luck.
Kilian - you sound like a philosophy major who has a metaphor for everything. What is your experience in the paranormal? I don't sense a lot of hands on experience in investigating and seeing what happens first hand. You've been a member here for a month and everything you show is philosophical comparisons. Sorry you're irritated. My intention was advice from someone who may have experience, not to come in here and irritate. Maybe someone more open minded could contribute.
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11-12-2017, 09:28 PM
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RE: Psychic wife relives gunshot suicide aftermath
(11-10-2017 09:21 PM)rickself Wrote:  Hello -
My wife is a very accomplished psychic/medium. Throughout many team investigations, she has helped many earth-bound spirits cross over. She has also helped solve and answer many questions from families wondering about lost loved ones. We have cleaned many a house that before was uninhabitable. Her gift is to see what happens at the moment of death. Gift. Sometimes yes, sometimes no. She is a very strong Catholic and works with God's help, always.
We recently completed an investigation where she had to witness a suicide by gunshot. The trauma of the suicide is always a lot to handle but this one in particular has left her with a nightmare that picks up after the gunshot. As she sleeps, she begins to twitch and jump about the bed, feeling the pain and desperation the victim felt as he tries to struggle to his feet. It has been 3 weeks now and she has this same experience almost every night, sometimes 2 or 3 times a night. If I wake her up, she almost launches from the bed, panting and sweating. She then has to get up for prayer and meditation to calm herself.
From what I have read, especially with war veterans returning home to nightmares, she may be having episodes of PTSD.
Any thoughts, remedies from any of the members?
Thank you -

And what she did with the victim of this gunshot suicide, if I may ask? Did she try to help him?

She could have been exposed and affected by some negative energies during the process.

Perhaps cleansing her own energy would help to solve the problem. And after that, I'd suggest to invest some efforts to reinforce her shielding ability before you guys try another investigation.

Hope this helps
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