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Visions Of My Father's Death


First of all, my name is Roxi and I'm 12 1/2 and I believe I can see future deaths.

One day I was walking around my home and I heard what sounded like my father, calling my name saying, "Roxi! Roxi! Help me! I don't want to die!" And at that time, my father was in the shower. I ran to him and knocked on the door and called his name. He was all right. A month later he died. Another month later he came to me in my dream telling me he wanted me to keep him alive when he was dying. I told him I didn't know and he understood. We now hang out a lot even though he is dead. Every time I see him, I wished I would have listened to that voice.

The same thing happened to me with my grandma but I could see where she was; she was in her car all alone and she wasn't paying attention to the road and was hit by a car. I knew it was going to happened later that night so I tagged along with her. When she looked down (she was looking for her wallet) I called her name and she looked up, right before she was going to get hit by the car. I act like I hadn't known about that car. I talked to my dad later that night and he was very proud of me for saving her life. So was I and still am.

Am I psychic or not?

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PathR (4 stories) (1274 posts)
14 years ago (2009-06-24)
Roxy Starr, my condolences regarding your dad! It is a large blow especially at such a young age. Part of life is loss, but the gain:"Loved ones supporting us/warning us", in times of trouble. You will see this in the future!
Your experience with your dad can only be positive when you remember that voice warning, and continue listening. Therefore you become a sort of go between to intervene as you did with grandma, which is priceless! It would be good to let go of any guilt or responsibity you feel. Put a positive foot forward. What was your dad illness? Blessings

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