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Probably just a small child having a bad dream.

I am reliably informed that when stressed I chunter like hamster a in my sleep...

My 3 year old grand daughter used to shriek "No daddy no!" in her sleep. You can imagine how the family and neighbours interpreted that...

Not true. Just a 3 year old having bad dreams.

Do keep monitoring though, you need to build up the evidence.

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6 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

 

Baptism would have protected her. Partially explains what is happening.

 

Is that why I had such fucked experiences as a kid in my bedroom?

 

 

I didnt know what was a dream and what wasn't at such a young age but would constantly be harassed by what felt like a demonic entity. Being dragged across the bed etc, shadow entities etc. 

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3 minutes ago, CosmoGenesis said:

 

Is that why I had such fucked experiences as a kid in my bedroom?

 

 

I didnt know what was a dream and what wasn't at such a young age but would constantly be harassed by what felt like a demonic entity. Being dragged across the bed etc, shadow entities etc. 

 

Man, I don't know but it might be.

 

Baptism is a from of strong spiritual protection, you're basically invoking God to protect your child. 

 

My friend has a daughter and I was telling him to get his daughter baptised, for spiritual protection.


He thought nothing of it I guess, he's kind of anti-theistic but a couple of nights later he had a dream. 

 

The thing is he never had dreams, or at least he never remembers them. but this one he did.

 

It was someone in his dream telling him that the most important thing he could do was to baptise his daughter.

 

It had such an effect on him that the next day he arranged the baptism. No family, no fuss, just him, the vicar and his daughter.

 

The vicar seemed a bit puzzled and wasn't used to people having their children Christened with all the fuss of family and the rest of it but he just needed the power of the protection ritual. 

 

 

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20 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

 

Man, I don't know but it might be.

 

Baptism is a from of strong spiritual protection, you're basically invoking God to protect your child. 

 

My friend has a daughter and I was telling him to get his daughter baptised, for spiritual protection.


He thought nothing of it I guess, he's kind of anti-theistic but a couple of nights later he had a dream. 

 

The thing is he never had dreams, or at least he never remembers them. but this one he did.

 

It was someone in his dream telling him that the most important thing he could do was to baptise his daughter.

 

It had such an effect on him that the next day he arranged the baptism. No family, no fuss, just him, the vicar and his daughter.

 

The vicar seemed a bit puzzled and wasn't used to people having their children Christened with all the fuss of family and the rest of it but he just needed the power of the protection ritual. 

 

 

 

Hmm interesting. 

 

I never drew the correlation that I wasn't baptised. 

 

I always shunned it saying it's just organised religion chucking water on a babies head. What's the point? Lol.

 

To the OP. That video sent shivers up my spine. The orb movements look unnatural and it deffo looks like some force pushed her. 

 

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Looks like she just fell over.

 

If you are not a Christian could try getting some salt Celtic sea salt which has been hand harvested and sprinkle it around the house keep it in a pouch underneath your bed. 

 

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, Fluke said:

 

 

If you are a Christian put a crucifix up representing Jehovah king of the demons. Either one will work. 

 

 

 

What? Where did you read that?

 

Or did you make it up?

 

Why not just live and let live? Always found the 'pagan' types to be the most anti-Christian... I couldn't care less what you believe.... because I would assume (and hope) you have a good reason to believe it.

 

 

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@Truthspoon That a fair comment and I take that back that was an immature remark from myself as this isn't a religious thread.  

 

But I would be happy to discuss my belief about jehovah in another thread. But going around pissing on peoples belief is not the way to go.

 

I have christian friends and have no problem with them although i don't like the religion. 

 

Back to the topic I think she falls over. It would be interesting to find out if anything out of the ordinary has happened before i.e night terrors etc. 

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Why was the camera there in the first place? This looks compelling, which is actually why I am inclined to doubt it's authenticity. The child's cries are certainly real.

 

So - why the camera?

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3 hours ago, Ethel said:

Why was the camera there in the first place? This looks compelling, which is actually why I am inclined to doubt it's authenticity. The child's cries are certainly real.

 

So - why the camera?

The camera has always been in my neices room since she was a baby. The video is 100% real. 

 

If you want proof I can send a photo of the room with the camera in it. 

 

I can even send the screen shots of the Facebook messenger. My mother sent me the video originally, as my sister sent it her first.

 

Unfortunately the video is very real. 

 

 

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I've slept walked before and have seen people sleep walking. I've never seen some flung across the room at 80mph. 

2 hours ago, Joana said:

Sleepwalking.

Sleepwalking is very common in kids and most children grow out of it! 

P.S. This happened to me when I was a teenager.

 

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