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Receiving the Answer in a Spelling Test


Here's another one of my weird experiences. This one is ancient. It happened in third grade while I was taking a spelling test. Spelling was my favorite subject, and I was concentrating really hard on the test. I always numbered the paper ahead of time, so we were on the ninth or tenth word, but I was looking at all the numbers listed down my paper.

Suddenly, out of nowhere, this voice came to me. It was inside my head, but it didn't sound like me. It said "conviction". I stopped cold and asked silently, "what?" And again it said, "conviction". And again I asked "WHAT?" because I couldn't believe what I was hearing. Or that I was even hearing anything. And for a third time it said, "Conviction. It is going to be word number twenty-nine on the test..." So I sat dumbfounded for a few minutes, a bit nervous, waiting for my teacher to give the next word on the list.

What made me nervous is this: I didn't know what 'conviction' meant. I was in third grade, and this was definitely NOT a third grade vocab word. Am I right? I had to ask my mom later when I went home what the word meant.

But anyway. Finally the teacher got ready to announce word # 29. But he stopped. He just stopped, stared at the paper, made a weird face, and actually scratched his head like you see in cartoons. And he said, "Funny, I don't remember this word being on the list, but... conviction..." This is when I stopped cold again and my eyes bugged out. I silently kept saying to myself, "oh my god oh my god..." because I was so shocked.

So I don't know. Was it a spirit or a prediction taking verbal form? And HOW can a word just APPEAR on a spelling list? What is up with that? I've been wondering all these years but still have come up with no answer.

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Ryuusei (2 stories) (2 posts)
15 years ago (2008-06-02)
Yeah, I know what the word means now, I just didn't when I was 9. And yes, a conviction did follow, which my mom actually suggested was the case. We were going through a legal bind at the time, so I suppose it might have had something to do with it...:P
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-31)
Never got in it. Perhaps got it petting one of the two cats. They can get it on fur apparently. Well, had them 13 years now and just broke out this year. Oh well.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-31)
Yes, Glenda I do find it amazing how if one little thing is off it can ruin your way of life... Does put things in perspective, well glad it's growing back... And now you'll know when to look out for poision ivy:P
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-30)
Thanks Ara - meant to look it up but my hands have been bothering me. I think skin might grow back soon. It flaked away so I guess the poison ivy is gone finally. Lovely. And I've always been vain of my hands so eating humble pie. That's probably good for me. Reminds me that I can't do anything thing and it's not about me.
aramasamara (22 stories) (577 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-29)
Easy when you don't think about the answer it comes to you.

But first try to remember what you felt that day or the enviorment around you.

Conviction either means firmly held belief/or firm in belief. So, this could imply that this word shall hold great meaning to you in the future, show some moral dilemma, since ironically it did say it three times... A spirtual thing.

Secondly, going sort of hand in hand it can also mean guilty verdict, some sort of again dilemma, subconciously of course ha-ha.

That is why I asked you if previously in that grade were you or someone close to you dealing with some type of 'conviction'.

But the first thing that popped into my mind was that you were some type of lawyer or something of that nature ha-ha!
GlendaSC (5 stories) (1475 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-28)
Interesting. Have you looked up the definition to the word? Perhaps it was to tell you something now as you think about it. I would look it up in a dictionary. I might later myself. Probably will. I think it means something like a strong belief. Odd things happen.
SunderMic (3 stories) (123 posts)
15 years ago (2008-05-26)
sweet lol wish that would do that to me when I have got my gcse's and that 😆
but yes this is proberly a spirit and like maybe your spirit guild.

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