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Terrifying Vision


A week ago Tuesday, I walked upstairs to get something out of our bedroom before I left to go to the city. It was about 9:30am. I walked into the bedroom and immediately saw my husband hanging from a rope from the rafter, dead. It was agonizing. His head was slumped down to one side, his eyes were all black and so were his lips. There was blood from his mouth down to his chest. I couldn't breath, I'm not sure if my heart was stopped or if it was pounding, but I tried closing my eyes immediately and turning my head away. I still saw it.

I haven't told anyone, I didn't want to scare my adult daughter, nor did I want to tell my husband, so am writing on this site to ask if anyone knows what that was? I've never had that happen before, ever.

It was so disturbing and I try not to think about it even now, but it's difficult.

I can't believe that my husband would ever commit suicide. He's a very happy go lucky kind of person, a Christian, and I can't even imagine him ever considering anything like that. He's strong and doesn't seem to let things get him down. He has regular problems like the normal Joe, but believes that God will take care of them.

I felt like something was trying to terrorize me. I refused to allow that to happen, and continued on with my day as was planned (had to play my harp in the city that day). I hope that it never happens again.

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dreamergurl (guest)
14 years ago (2010-01-29)
That does sound very scary! But if your husband is a christian, and trusts in God, believe me when I say he is in no danger of murdering himself. God wouldn't let that happen.
So, the only possibility is that something is haunting you, or your house, trying to weaken you. Demons and the Devil weaken us with our weak spots... Yours is obviously love, for your husband and family. So, don't let it get to you. And of course that's much easier said than done. Just put up an auric shield around your body, if you don't know what one is, feel free to email me... It's found on my profile page, which you can get to through clicking on my name, dreamergurl. I don't know if your psychic or not... But you're pure. I can see this vision you had through your story, the technology sometimes picks up on pure auras, because they are energy, and I see what you saw. Not pleasant... But I don't believe it will come true, don't worry:)

God's Love.

Qualone (2 posts)
14 years ago (2010-01-29)
judging from the little I know I think the vision is a warning in the sense that maybe something tragic will happen that will cause your husband to want to kill himself or maybe people are after his life or someone wants him dead or there are forces that are trying to make him to actually kill himself. Be smart and don't take it as nothing. My advice is to Pray to God and ask Him to Deliver your husband from such evil. That is what the vision is telling you to do. Its a good vision in the sense that it is showing you what's happening in the spiritual realm. Now because you have seen this you can now pray effectivly against it so that it does not come to pass. I call this the art of watching and praying. Whatever you see be it good or bad in dream or vision is actually a call for you to pray. This is how we fight against evil. Its better to see it before it happens than not to see it at all with it still happenng. Always remember that you are seeing it for a purpose. ITs like the wheather forcast. If rain is predicted today a wise person will walk with an umbrella. But those who never watch the forcast will not walk with an umbrella and they will get wet if outdoors. PLUS only a fool will watch the forcast and not prepare for it. Think about it. If I have been of any help please get back to me at
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fossilera (4 stories) (124 posts)
14 years ago (2010-01-28)
I have a question for you: do you know if the place you live in is haunted?

I ask because I recall a show that went on the discovery channel called "A Haunting in [can't remember the location]" where a person kept seeing different people "hurt themselves" in a vision. The show was a dramatization of a real event.

If it only happened once to you, then I do not think that this is the case. I only brought it up because it shared a similar element with your story.

And it never hurts to ask. Whenever I feel something like that (don't get visions as much as feelings), my first instinct is to check around and make sure everyone is alright. I'd also say telling him about it as if it were a dream, because for some people saying you saw this happen outside of one is a little much.

You could go to him and say something like "I had a horrible dream about you last night, etc" and he should at least inquire what it was about.

I also hope you don't experience anything like that again
AnneV (4 stories) (1064 posts) mod
14 years ago (2010-01-27)
Well that would traumatize most anyone. Let's hope that this vision wasn't a premonition. I don't blame you for not wanting to share this with loved ones, but think about having a conversation with your husband to make sure he's okay. Even happy go-lucky people can have their stresses and like you, if he had something weighing heavily on his mind, he may not want to burden you (just like you don't want to burden your daughter). Everyone is trying to protect everyone else and may not be getting the support they need. I'm a wife too so I would be sure to offer my love and support, even if it seems implausible.

I had a very clear vision once that my beloved sister shot herself in her head. It was so shocking I woke up in an instant. I called her the next day to make sure she was okay and if I could do anything and she admitted that a recent family fight with in-laws had left her wanting to "shoot herself in the head."
As far as something trying to terrorize you, that's hard to say. I agree, let's hope you don't ever have this experience again.


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