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[quote:Anonymous Coward 651707:MV84Mjk0MTJfMTI4Mzg1OTJfNkUwQkZBQUI=] When I was born, I had severe jaundice. They were sure enough that I was going to die that they scheduled a full blood transfusion for the following morning, very risky at the time. The next morning before the transfusion, I was completely healed, the doctor actually used the word "miracle". Then the night I came home, my mom woke up about 4 am and saw a "ghostly presence" hovering over my crib. She woke my dad up, he saw it and they started yelling and running towards it. It backed away and disappeared into the wall. My parent's belief was guardian angel. [/quote]
Mine would be many years ago . I was about 16 and it was a cold winter night . The sky was crystal clear and the full moon was very bright in the sky. I was out riding my 200 x three wheeler with a few friends of mine . I remember hearing a noise from above and looking up at the moon . Out of nowhere a large cross formed on the moon in a white light and it was larger then the moon .
kinda like this :
and in a few seconds it completely dissapeared.
I will never forget this and it wasnt something a dreamed up because one of my friends saw it that night and came back to where I had stopped my 3 wheeler for a break, and he said he seen it to and he expressed how it was a bit scary . I think he died several years later after being hit by a car.
This event was not the result of drugs or alcohol cause I never did any of those things in my life.
It was almost like someone set off some fireworks on the moon, in the shape of a cross, and the cross extended beyond the moons parameters for several seconds and then dissapeared and there was a odd noise that accompanied the event.
I will never forget that cold winter night.
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