Thursday, January 27, 2011

UFO Over My House on 9/11 first Anniversary

This is something that has haunted me since it happened.

On the one year anniversary of 9/11 a lot was happening in the NYC area . My house is on the direct path that the planes took that awful morning.
For weeks following the attack the skies were quiet overhead and then the planes gradually  returned.
If you live where I do you are used to the planes and generally know what it sounds like and looks like when planes fly overhead. This includes helicopters and the Coast Guard and sometimes the Papparazzi (especially when Angelina Joli and Brad Patt moved in close by, those guys were literally hanging out of the copter!).

On the one year anniversary it was a very somber and quiet day. We had been warned that military jets would be flying close to the city, especially that night when they had the two beams of light illuminated from ground zero.

Again, I have seen a military jet and have seen it fly over the area.

That night, for some reason, I felt compelled to go outside and see if I could see any of the military jets.
I walked outside and looked up and saw a very large triangular shaped "jet" over my house. I remember being fascinated by the colored lights that were flashing against its black finish and the fact that it just hovered over my house and didn't make a sound. Wow, how neat. The next thing I remember was sitting in my family room with the rest of my family.

The next day I remember mentioning to someone that  I had seen a military jet over our house. That was how I said it. Looking back I'm sure people assumed I meant, flying over our house.

For years this memory kept playing in my head until recently. One day I asked my family if they remember any of this. Did they remember me going out, or telling them about it?
The answer I got back from all of them was "no". In fact my daughter's commented that I always share what I see and so I would have definitely told them to come outside and see this.

I mean this jet was hovering over my house for quite some time! I don't remember it flying off either and it was HUGE!  It was black with red and white lights flashing on the underneath. Its shape was triangular. As it hovered it slowly rotated, I remember thinking "I wonder if they are looking at me?"

Anyone else have a memory/experience like this?

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Who is there?

 I grew up in a lot of older houses and so became used to hearing noises and voices, especially because so many were haunted. The house I live in now though is a newer house, built in the early 1970's. We are only the second owners of our house. We have lived here relatively quietly for 13 years.
Recently though, we have been having visitors.
For the past several years I had been "seeing" things in my peripheral vision a few times a year, but did wonder if sometimes if  it was one of my cats, but recently things have been changing.
About a year ago I had just gotten out of the shower, I was rushing because I had a meeting to go to. My mind was on the subject of the meeting when I heard someone call out, rather loudly, "Hello!".
I stood still and grabbed my towel. My mind racing through what I like to call my rolodex of possibilities. Who could that be?
Again I heard "Hello" being called out and closer and recognized that it was a male voice.
Oh my gosh I thought, they are coming up the stairs?
Had I called someone to do some work and forgot?
I grabbed my robe and quickly wrapped it around me and slowly ventured out of my bathroom into my bedroom and to my bedroom door. The house was quiet, 2 of my cats were asleep on my bed.
I called out "Hello?, Who is there?"
Silence. The hair on the back of my wet neck stood up.
I ventured down the hallway to the stairs, "Hello?" I called out again and then listened. Nothing.
Feeling braver I slowly went downstairs and saw that my 3rd cat was sound asleep in her favorite box.
That told me a lot as she is very social and if someone had come in she would have greeted them and then meowed for me.
I made sure the doors were locked, looked out into our backyard and satisfied that I was alone went back
When I went into my bedroom I did not feel like I was alone. I spoke to whomever was there and asked them to identify themselves or at least call out again, but nothing else happened.
I have to admit that I was a little spooked.
I think it was quite possibly my Father in Law who had died recently. I welcomed him and then continued on with my day.
This was to be the first of these types of contact.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Easy Meditations

My daughter was recently telling me about a friend who has been under a lot of stress lately and having anxiety attacks. I suggested to her that she might want to recommend an easy meditation that they can do to help them relax a little.
So often when I mention this to people they tell me "Oh I don't have time to meditate." or "I don't know how to do that."
I have an easy and simple meditation that works and anyone, and I mean anyone can do. When I shared it with my daughter she agreed.
Find something that you like in your surroundings, preferably a plant, or a sleeping pet. I suggest the plant and pets because their energy is so wonderful and it benefits them too.
For this example I will use a plant:
Just stare at the plant, notice the shape of its leaves, notice how they shoot off of the main stem in so many different directions, to the right and left, some in front of others etc.
Now notice the color of these leaves, can you see any veins running through them? Can you feel the nutrients flowing through it?
With your eyes, trace the shape of any of the leaves or blossoms etc. Now as you continue staring at this plant does it begin to emit a yellowish glow? That is its natural aura.
Do you feel any energy being directed at you? Embrace it.
Are you getting any messages from the plant? Listen to them.
Send it love now, slowly trace an imaginary heart around the tree and fill it with loving thoughts and maybe the color pink.
Now relax, take some deep breaths and thank your plant for sharing itself with you.
Not only will this help you relax but you will begin to notice that your plants grow faster and stronger.
Don't believe me? Try it! Even as I write this I can breathe better.
I look forward to hearing about any experiences you have.