I’ve been having premonitions throughout my life (since childhood) but had no formal understanding of why I would have such experiences on a regular basis back then. It wasn’t till I discovered Belsebuub’s work that I learned more about why premonitions occur and how it can be used to guide me.
Having a Dream Premonition of My Grandmother’s Death
My grandmother was not well. She had been unwell for some time. She had also pulled through in the past. This was not to be the case this time. I had the sense that she was not going to make it, that she was going to pass on. The whole family was preparing for such an ending, like other times, but we could not know for certain if this would be the case.
I had booked flights to travel to be with her. I hoped I would be there on time, to say farewell in person, to see her for one last time in the physical, if it was possible. I went to bed with the anguished thought that I was not going to make it. I had been thinking of her and wondered if she would be able to hang on till I got there.
I was asleep when I felt a presence around me. That presence felt familiar. I recognized it to be my grandmother. There was an interaction, an exchange of information in a short instance.
I also felt that she needed to move on, that she could not linger for too long, she had to go in a particular direction as though she was being beckoned, called towards a light.
As I realized what this meant, I felt a sadness come over me and I woke up with tears in my eyes. She had come to say goodbye. It was 3am in the morning, I was flying out at 7am that day.
I sat waiting for the call to tell me she had passed on. My brother called about 45 minutes after my experience. I picked up the phone almost immediately.
He asked me if I were awake. I said I was. He then proceeded to tell me that grandma had passed away and added “but you already know that, don’t you?” He had grown up knowing that I could have premonitions about things before they actually happened and was not surprised that I was up waiting for the call.
I may not have made it on time to see my grandmother in person for one last time, but I knew from past experiences that I would be having further visitations.
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