19 Apr

Talking to a dead WW2 Vet

Talking to a dead WW2 Vet

I walk up to the mini table I have next to my loft beds ladder only to see a Young Man in a military uniform. The uniform was a deep shade of a particular green. He was wearing a hat that matched as well. The hat and the jacket worn had several gold and colored pins. I began to speak with him
"Hi my name is Ecca, what's your name?".
"The names Joseph"
"So, are you from world war 2? Your uniform reminds me of it" I ask
"Why yes actually.... I died during the war" he replies instantly.
"Awe, I'm sorry to hear that. That's cool though. You were a WW2 Vet. Was it worth it?" I ask.
"Well, not exactly. Many of us died. I lost many good friends being killed in front of me. Death is not worth it for "peace".
I stood there in silence, staring at his face and details.
"How old are you?" I question.
"I died when I was 22 years old" he replies once more.
I thought about how young he was when he died. Too young. I had a feeling he left behind a lover and some family because of the war.
"Well then, what brings you to my room?"
"Oh, uh... It's safe in here. And there are others I can talk too. " He tells me.
I nod in agreement.

Here is the spooky part about this, I look up WW2 uniforms because I did not know what they really looked like. That guy was wearing the same jacket, and everything. Just like the picture you see that I post on here. Thats awesome.


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  • Maria Carla Cernuto
    Professional Reflector

    Maria Carla Cernuto

    Posted on Apr 21, 2017

    Hi again, Ecca! If this were my dream I would imagine I may have had an actual visitation with a soul who died in WW2 and helped to find a place of refuge and peace. Alternately, I would think my dream is speaking to either an inner conflict or waking life battle; and I would consider whether or not I feel something or someone in my life is worth fighting for. Depending upon my current age, I would think about the ways I may have undergone a total transformation at age 22, or had experienced a major loss or endured a tumultuous life transition during this timeframe. I would ask myself, "How may I feel ready to end some conflict or get out of negative situation? How may I feel its time to release some past hostility or regret? How may creating a 'spiritual' space provide an atmosphere of refuge and peace?"

    • Ecca Eccalyptus

      Ecca Eccalyptus

      Posted on Jul 25, 2017

      Haha, I'm under the age of 18, so I haven't turned 22 yet. I think this was an actual visitation of a soul. Thank you anyway