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When I was 8 years
old (40 plus years ago), I began having visions and dreams.
They started with seeing my grandfather dying. My parents called me into their room after they heard me crying. Turns out my mother and I had the EXACT same dream. The phone rang 20 minutes later and her father, my granddad had died. I would have them about loved ones and friends being injured, accidents and dying. About 2 years ago I began to ask to make my gift to where I could help others rather than just prepare myself for a loved one being injured or dying.
I've also been visited by angels many times. However, they're not like people think. You can't tell if they're male or female for one. Secondly, they're in long flowing robe like garments that are the brightest white I ever seen. It's hard to describe just how bright white! They all speak with a very soft, gentle voice and you cannot tell if their voice is male or female as they all sound the same. They don't have halos!
Due to nine brain surgeries, I lost my
vision for three months.
My husband, a friend and I went to a historic cemetery in Front Royal, VA. I had Civil War soldiers appearing and talking to me. Spirits all over the cemetery were telling me their names and then talking and guiding me to their graves.
My husband video-taped everything, and I have medical documentation to prove I was COMPLETELY BLIND. There's no way I could've known over 100 names of people that had been dead for years and where their grave sites were!
One of the Civil War soldiers was upset because his tombstone, which was extremely old and worn out, said "Rich." He was upset because his name was Richard and that's what he was always called. He was quite upset about it!
I've been given this incredible gift and I don't take it for granted. I'm able to go into older homes, museums, etc. and see spirits and speak to them. I can see the rooms as they were 100 years ago. I've been very blessed.
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