When I was about 5 or 6 years old, I used to see apparitions that appeared out from the walls. What I saw, I will never forget. Many times it was a man wearing the Chosun Dynasty, 17th-century Korean military armor with a helmet holding a long sword and a shield. He was standing inside a giant white lotus flower that floated gently glided toward me. I saw this man three more times up until I was about 10 years old.
There’s a picture of me, a one-year-old, trying to stand upright, leaning next to a small metal fence inside a grassy park. My parents were shocked when I told them that I cried a lot before the picture was being taken. I remember my feet hurting because the grass blades were poking through the socks when they tried to make me stand on it. I don’t know how I know this. I just do. It’s as if I could see a movie playing in my vision.
Another image that I told my parents was an older two-story house with a water well in the back yard with ducks or gees running around. They asked me if anyone told me this because there’s no way I could remember since I was only an infant child at the time. I then described one of the room upstairs. They still think someone told me this, but no one did.
One day as a little kid, maybe 10 or 12 years, I was playing with my brothers and the kids from the neighbor. We were hitting something with a wooden stick like a hockey. Someone hit and the object flew and hit my glasses. I couldn’t open my eyes because the shattered glass pieces were in my eyes. But something happened. I didn’t panic. As calmly as possible, I walked over to a large bucket that happened to have a full of standing water in it. Of course, I couldn’t see where I was going, but I felt like I was lead to it by someone or told me to do this. I stuck my head in the water and slowly opened my eyes without touching. Soon, all the small pieces of broken glasses sunk to the bottom of the bucket. Then I thought I heard a comforting soft female voice telling me that I am okay now.
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