A house in Sherwood Park, Alberta, had close to 25 people as renters in the span of 2 years. A man and woman were living in the house and they had doors opening and closing, the furnace would make banging noises until the husband would go down the stairs to the furnace and then mysteriously the banging would stop. Many personal objects would go missing.
I found a male spirit and he was very possessive of the house. I have no idea if he had ever really lived in the house or was just drawn to it after his death. I picked up the name Harold with short dark hair, white shirt, dress pants, and had a very serious disposition. He was looking at me with a large frown and his arms crossed. He had been doing all these naughty things to try and scare and mess up tenants mentally so they would want to move out of the house. I sent Harold into the light (he begrudgingly went without help) and I then went downstairs to a living area in the basement.
Immediately I saw a strange scene that was a forest out of an old fantasy-like English countryside with huge dark gnarled trees. I’ve never encountered anything like that before. It was like this was another dimension “draped” over the one we were in. There was a definite medieval feeling to it and when I explained to the home renters what I was seeing, they commented that the basement was the place that some previous renters were playing the Dungeons and Dragons game.
Can something like role-playing evoke an other-worldly dimension to appear? Or is it the energy from the adrenaline/passion of the game that can create an ethereal replica of what they are playing in??
I’m an amateur DnD player, and I’ve thought of this before. I think if a person or a group of minds can put together a place/scene or in this case a enchanted forest it can become real. Not in the sense of a physical forest with living things but thoughts giving way to a reality not of our own but of ones own making. cheers!
I love it whenever people come together and share thoughts.
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