Do Babies See Things We Don't!
An interesting question and I’ve always been wondering about it. Some say angels surround babies, and some say they get visits from spiritual souls, or even dead people.
Call me crazy but in a way I believe in that, especially if it comes to spirits. I believe in other-worldly spirits, whether they are our dead people from the afterlife whose souls still wonder in the real world, or just supernatural spirits, or even angels and demons.
You might argue with me in the sense of “the natural law” and “scientific proof”, but I can say back that there are still lots of mysteries in our world that we don’t know about, we are not the only species in this world, and our planet “the earth” is not the only planet.
Supernatural means what’s above or beyond what is natural, that’s unexplainable by natural law. Religious miracles are supernatural claims.
In “The Holy Quran” God says: And He “The Creator” creates what you don’t know”. That is also being said in the original “Bible” and “Gospel”. That for me is enough proof we are surrounded by unknown mysteries.
What made me write this hub is what I saw with you my almost two years old son.
He was lying down while I was putting his clothes on after a shower, and as usual after a shower he’s a bit upset and whining for I don’t know what the reason is. Suddenly he is calm and so interested in something that’s above him, and he started following it. He followed it with his face to the right, then to the left, and then to the center. And he was smiling at it.
I honestly looked up, of-course I didn’t see anything. I even looked in my son’s eyes to see what caught his interest.
I wasn’t imagining. It was so obvious and clear he saw something in the room that I didn’t see.
Probably I should be scared, or concerned. But the way my son smiled at that thing he saw was very peaceful. And hey, it calmed him down. I know babies sense the good and bad in others. And I’m sure if my son did really see something and smiled then that thing wouldn’t be harmful.
It also happened before with my son, but I didn’t give it much attention until I saw it this time.
It was a Sunday morning. My husband and I starting to wake up, and our son’s morning singing coming from the baby monitor beside me. Suddenly we hear him laughing loudly. It was like somebody is there tickling him. My husband jumped of the bed to our son’s room and opened the door waiting to see a person standing there or even an angle with big wings. He saw nothing. And once he was in the room my son stopped laughing.
I’ve done some searching. I found lots of parents have similar stories like mine, with their babies looking at something and crying, screaming, or just laughing. One mother said that her two kids were in the bathtub, happy and playing with the water when suddenly they looked down the drain whole and jumped panicking outside the tub. She looked in there and saw absolutely nothing. That gave me the goose bumps.
At least I am glad that whatever my son is seeing is making him smile and giggle :)
Many movies have addressed the afterlife and spirit’s visits. This is a list of few of them with a brief summary. Most of these movies points out that appearances of supernatural spirits or creatures seem to foretell disastrous events.
1.The Mothman Prophecies
If you are a thriller lover and a believer in spirits and the otherworld, this is the movie to watch.
A psychological thriller film, starring Richard Gere as John Klein, a reporter who researches the legend of the Mothman. It is based on actual events that occurred between November 1966 and December 1967 in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
The film emphasizes the idea that whoever believes in spirits will get visits and sings from them, whether they are peaceful of frightening.
The movie is based on the book “The Mothman Prophecies” which investigates the UFOs and other strange phenomena. The book is set in the 1960s, when the real-life sightings of the entity “the mothman” occurred.The film ends with the real tragedy of the 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge, while it was full of rush-hour traffic, resulting in the deaths of 46 people. Two of the victims were never found.
2.The Sixth Sense.
A thriller film. It tells the story of Cole Sear, a troubled boy who is able to see and talk to the dead, and a child psychologist, Dr. Malcolm Crowe “Bruce Willis” who tries to help him.
The twist end of the film reveals that Crowe himself was unknowingly dead.
The film’s point: Souls of dead people with unfinished business will haunt and wonder the real world until it’s complete.
A science fiction/disaster film, starring Nicolas Cage.
It’s about a boy named Caleb receives an envelope, and his father, John Koestler, a professor of astrophysics, takes interest in his son’s envelope and soon realizes some of the digits represent the dates and death tolls of every major disaster over the past fifty years, and suggests three disasters still to come. Caleb begins receiving visits from mysterious figures and he hears their overlapping telepathic whispers.
What I liked about this movie is that the mysterious figures “The strangers” wants to help kids and protects them from natural disaster.But I thought that the ending of the movie wasn’t well done
A psychological horror film ,starring Nicole Kidman.
Grace Stewart (Nicole Kidman) is a Catholic mother who lives with her two small children in a remote country house. The children have an uncommon disease characterized by photosensitivity, so their lives are structured around a series of complex rules designed to protect them from exposure to sunlight. The daughter begins to hear voices and see figures of other people in their house.
At the end we find out that the mother and her two children are dead, and they are still haunting their house because the mother’s soul is still troubled after she had actually smothered her children and shot herself.