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My opinion on Supernatural Forces.

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My opinion on Supernatural Forces People may believe in the supernatural forces for different reasons; a told legend, seen encounters in evidence or even influenced opinions or belief. I personally believe in ghosts and spirits, but witches and astrology are beyond my belief. I only believe in my primary evidence, therefore my senses can only convince me, so I can be sure in my belief. Once I have been convinced, secondary stories, i.e. my parents' encounters back up my belief. Ghosts and spirit possession The greatest influence in my belief in spirits and ghosts has to be the possessions that have occurred in my family tree during my presence on earth, however my grandma was possessed by her mothers spirit (my great - grandmother) before my existence, and my uncle witnessed a ghost in India. My witnesses My aunt was possessed at work during the daytime. ...read more.


All the other brothers and sisters were TOO BUSY to care for their sister, but my dad was different. He got on the phone and asked for two urgent tickets to India. They only had first class, but had no choice but to take them. He knew I'd be disappointed in him going, but I showed a brave face and said it doesn't matter. He must have been feeling worse then I did, as his sister was possessed. The doorbell rang the night before the flight. I ran downstairs and gasped unexpectedly. My aunt and dad stood on the doormat outside. I was surprised to see her here and unfortunately scared. She looked more innocent. Her face was paler and seemed quieter than her usual self. Us kids went into our rooms, as my Dad sat with her in the sitting room. We didn't want to not show our support, but we were just too scared. ...read more.


She left the room as my sisters stared at me. My top was flooded with puddles of milk. My uncles and aunts arrived to see her, as my Dad was going to find out the truth. He told her the news on going to India, but all she did was pretend to cry, which was a fake because no feelings were put in, as tears did not come out. The ghost was still on top of her. He grabbed her and pulled from the root. Ghosts can feel only this in pain. He got hold of the ghost inside and asked some replied questions. The ghost spoke meanly and low tonally, refusing to go. As she went to the airport with my Dad the next day, the ghost pleaded not to be taken to India once again, but my Dad tricked the ghost to fall for it. The ghost was battered out by a priest in the gurudwa temple in India Possession and ghosts are very common in India. Many of the streets and pathways are haunted with their own stories. My grandma was ...read more.

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