Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by 2dogs » 01 Nov 2017, 11:33

Halloween reminded me of the year when I took the carved pumpkin away from the front door after the event and rather disrespectfully threw it over the back gate - despite it being a calm day, as it hit the ground there was an instantaneous massive bang as a super strength gust of wind suddenly appeared from nowhere and blasted the back door open :icon_e_surprised: . I went round and gathered the pumpkin up and put all the bits back together neatly in a corner of the garden where it was just left to rot down in peace :icon_redface: .
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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by Nemia » 28 Nov 2017, 11:17

The night my stepdad died, I was far away from home. I woke up and heard his last breaths. I knew that he was dead before the telephone rang. It was the exact time of his death (I woke up my husband so I know it's not a retro-memory).

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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by Arcange » 03 Dec 2017, 15:30

2 Dogs,
That pumpkin story is freaky.

Paranormal is my normal.

The other day I put some lentils on the stove and forgot about them. I was painting when the kitchen timer rang. It’s a manual dail timer. I did not set the dail when I put the lentils on.

No explanation as to why the timer rang. But my lentils were cooked perfectly. LOL.
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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by 2dogs » 04 Dec 2017, 00:20

Nemia wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 11:17
The night my stepdad died, I was far away from home. I woke up and heard his last breaths. I knew that he was dead before the telephone rang. It was the exact time of his death (I woke up my husband so I know it's not a retro-memory).
That doesn't sound very pleasant but perhaps your stepdad was thinking of you at the end.
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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by 2dogs » 04 Dec 2017, 00:25

Arcange wrote:
03 Dec 2017, 15:30
The other day I put some lentils on the stove and forgot about them. I was painting when the kitchen timer rang. It’s a manual dail timer. I did not set the dail when I put the lentils on.

No explanation as to why the timer rang. But my lentils were cooked perfectly. LOL.
Now there's a thought - TV shows combining both cookery and the supernatural :icon_lol: .
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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by Nemia » 04 Dec 2017, 00:35

2dogs wrote:
04 Dec 2017, 00:20
Nemia wrote:
28 Nov 2017, 11:17
The night my stepdad died, I was far away from home. I woke up and heard his last breaths. I knew that he was dead before the telephone rang. It was the exact time of his death (I woke up my husband so I know it's not a retro-memory).
That doesn't sound very pleasant but perhaps your stepdad was thinking of you at the end.
I was and am very grateful that at least in my heart, I could be there, although it was terrifying. I was the only one of the family who wasn't there and we had a very close relationship.

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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by 2dogs » 31 Jan 2018, 09:52

Eeek :icon_e_surprised: I just ran an online translation for a German song title I was wondering about - Sensemann by Franz K. It came up with Reaper, the Sense bit meaning Scythe. So I thought while I was at it I'd look up a French one Mrs 2dogs had asked about - La Faulx by Univers Zero. It was Scythes as well :icon_e_surprised: .
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Re: Was there ever an event in your life that defied explanation?

Post by Arcange » 01 Feb 2018, 07:03

2dogs wrote:
31 Jan 2018, 09:52
Eeek :icon_e_surprised: I just ran an online translation for a German song title I was wondering about - Sensemann by Franz K. It came up with Reaper, the Sense bit meaning Scythe. So I thought while I was at it I'd look up a French one Mrs 2dogs had asked about - La Faulx by Univers Zero. It was Scythes as well :icon_e_surprised: .
You’re on a roll😂. What about Sanskrit? LOL.
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