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Feng Shui Gives Thumbs Down To Living Near a Cemetery
03-01-2013, 04:27 PM #1
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Quote:According to Feng Shui principles, home sites with a close proximity to a cemetery are highly undesirable. To a lesser degree, but still considered as unfavorable, are former hospital and prison sites. A cemetery has strong "yin" or dark energies of death. This imbalance of yin/yang energies can cause instability by lowering the energies around it. Depending on which direction the cemetery is at in relation to home, how large it is, and the nature of the people who are buried in the cemetery, there are different levels of effects. Although residents may not feel oppressed at first, over time, they may find it hard to excel.

http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/Miller37.html

I always felt, for myself, that living near the dead would be creepy.

Then for some others...

Quote:Patrick Bombino wasn’t spooked when he purchased his studio in a luxury high-rise in Brooklyn that overlooks a cemetery. On the contrary, he said, ‘I loved it.’

The reason: because of the unobstructed views, the ease of parking and the, well, peace and quiet.

“Another advantage is if I have to drop dead, I can jump out the window and I’m there,” joked Mr. Bombino, a Philadelphia resident who uses the studio during business trips to New York City.


http://blogs.wsj.com/developments/2011/1...ad-people/

It reminds me of a show I once watched, where a couple bought their dream home then a neighbor told them there was a mass murder in their home. They were outraged that the real estate agent did not tell them this fact and wanted to sue the agency, but lost as there was no law forcing the agent to reveal this type of information. Subsequently, the couple sold it as fast a they could.
03-01-2013, 04:32 PM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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We lived next to an old cemetery before moving out here. It was an interesting place for sure. Our apartment was haunted and the graveyard had some interesting stuff going on as well. damned.gif
03-01-2013, 04:45 PM #3
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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damned.gif Creepy.
03-01-2013, 05:18 PM #4
Octo Mother Superior
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Yes creepy, especially if you submit to fear.

This is an interesting pic I took a few years back on All Hallows' Eve. damned.gif

That mist wasn't visible to the eye, it was a perfectly clear night.

İmage
03-01-2013, 05:20 PM #5
K2 Incognito Anonymous
 
I lived over a liquor store once, the spirits would flood the place.
03-01-2013, 05:33 PM #6
Octo Mother Superior
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Awesome! Best kind I hope. cheers.gif
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03-01-2013, 06:05 PM #7
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wave.gif Hello! Sometime reader, first time poster.

I lived next door to a cemetery. Heck, my first BBS (run on a commodore 64) was named the Cemetery BBS!

Anyways, I would go for walks in the place lots of times. I never saw anything out of the ordinary. No ghosts. No mists. No hauntings. Now, I have lots of Earth elements in my astrology chart so that could be a reason I never saw anything.

I did once (or twice) try to sex up a chick in the place. We were lying down on the grass looking up at the starts. God what a peaceful place that was!

There was a Roman Catholic Bishops of the city buried right across the street from my house. I had a front window in my bedroom that I could see the circle were they were buried in.

There were two Jewish places of burial right next door to this big cemetery.

I don't know how I was "shaped" or "influenced" "supernaturaly" by living next door to it.

I do have a respect for the dead and my ancestors. My grandmother and grandfather are buried at this cemetery also.

I liked walking around or biking in the place. I liked to read what was written on the tombstones and see when they were born and died. Sometimes there were pictures of loved one there on the tombstones.



03-01-2013, 06:10 PM #8
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Once when hubby and I were visiting his parents' graves recently after his mother passed, he forgot to bring the map to the plot. So, he remembered the area and we proceeded to walk around. Well, word to the wise don't do this, get a map.

Anyway, he started wandering way off and I just stopped and felt as if I was being drawn. It was creepy because within 30 seconds I was standing in front of their grave and calling out "Bobby", which I never call him, but his mother always called him.

damned.gif

I also get the creeps when I walked across a grave once, so I don't do that any more.
03-01-2013, 09:04 PM #9
bohica Member
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Wakes, funerals, cemetery's, they're all for the living. The spirit being remembered is gone, but we, the living, have an anchor for their memory. I've been creeped out in several homes, never in a cemetery.

There's plenty of room for all God's creatures. Right next to the mashed potatoes!
03-01-2013, 09:50 PM #10
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There is a presence in that cemetery. In that particular area... makes the hair stand up on your body. Sometimes it can be like walking through spider webs in broad daylight.
One day we saw a group of mourners in black a few men and women, we ignored them and walked on.
We turned back around and they were gone. damned.gif They were physically as real as you and I for a few seconds. Both Octo and I saw the same thing.
One of the friendly spirits there has communicated via turning on and off an electric light at will. Accidental Stoner who lives here in the same town can verify as he's experienced similar.
We are not making this up and the photo is in no way altered.

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03-01-2013, 10:10 PM #11
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I tweeted Zak Bagans about this. wave.gif Hey Zak! cheers.gif We love your show bro.

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03-01-2013, 10:13 PM #12
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Yes, Zak`s show is very good. thumbsup.gif

Now, I`m wondering if we bring any spirits home with us

03-01-2013, 10:17 PM #13
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Every time we go there we tell them to stay put. So far so good.

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03-01-2013, 10:18 PM #14
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I've lived right next to this cemetery i imaged below for a long time and i have heard demonic shrieks and inhuman moans and diabolical laughter emanating from within that strange cemetery,when i was inside it,in the darkness during the winter and that normal looking and feeling graveyard transforms into a very strange and ominous realm whenever the sun goes down,every night...

If the person who took this photograph turned around one hundred and eighty degrees and took a picture,we would see a much older part of this cemetery,which is where i live very near to,meaning like our back yard borders right up to its edge,with many old tombstones only a few feet away...

Think about it,most of us are probably living right on top of ancient cemeteries and graveyards and burial mounds,especially in america where theres been so many indian burial grounds trampled upon and torn asunder and built upon,not so long ago...

No wonder theres so much haunted and ghostly activity in the united states...

Indian curses?

İmage
03-01-2013, 10:34 PM #15
Octo Mother Superior
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Don't think it's uniquely American.

A story that springs to mind is my dad's uncle on his way home one night (with horses and carriage)

Weather was bad and he stopped by friends on his way home (some 10 km) who offered him to stay the night. He insisted to get home (saying not even the devil could stop him from going home) and proceeded to do so, but in the middle of the road the horses stopped and refused to go any further.

He had to go back.



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