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CEU ghosts

Ghosts Appear in a Photo

Taken inside one of the buildings of Centro Escolar University – Mendiola Campus, Manila. The school was said to be haunted by souls of dead people trapped in this reality of existence. The student narrated her story of the ghost encounter. “Last Saturday (March 1, 2008), our classmates and I were in a classroom in our school. We fooled around a bit, so we played with our camera phones. Accidentally, when one of my classmates got a snapshot of the rooms windows, an image of a lady appeared.” Kindly give comments about the photo especially the ghost. I could see it a sad face of a girl. She looks like wearing the school’s on-the-job-training (OJT) uniform. An update about this ghost encounter: The photo owner says she had a nightmare with this entity trying to take her to the other side (after life). Convinced with others’ observation of the picture, three ghosts can be seen in this photo. But as i observed it deeper I could see at least 6 ghost entities.

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Haunted Places in the Philippines

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Philippines has many haunted places where ghosts and paranormal activities manifest.

A place is considered to be haunted when the presence of spirits such as ghosts of dead people is at a very high level.

Meaning they could always manifest anytime of the day – day and night times.

The hauntings could be the result of a tragic history of a certain place where tens and hundreds of souls were trapped in the area.

There are famous haunted places in the Philippines that could be the subjects of paranormal investigations.

Baguio City – Diplomat Hotel – This was a Seminary during the early 1900, world war 2 came and several priest and nuns were killed some of them beheaded by japanese occupying forces. This was converted into a hotel after the war. In it self it was pretty eerie, big rooms with to king size beds bibles at the side tables and the rooms are dimly lit. Clerks, bell hops, and hotel guest, complain of wailing even during day time, and when night comes, apparitions of headless priest roam the corridors, some even say that they see ghost carrying their heads on a platter. Haunting s are not limited inside the hotel for when you stroll outside the compound you would see neighboring houses with crosses painted on their doors and windows, and are kept shut when darkness falls.

Baguio City – Philippine Military Academy – Several ghosts haunt this place. Sometimes late at night a platoon can be heard marching in the parade grounds. A ghost of a cadet dressed in parade uniform and left in one of the lockers still appears. A ghost of a priest who was beheaded during the Japanese occupation period appears here as well as the ghost of a white lady.

Baguio City – Teacher’s Camp – It is believed that this was once a battlefield of the native citizens there. Ghosts of native warriors, as well as spirits that are still restless, are reportedly seen there.

Corregidor – Hospital Ruins, and bunkers – Sounds of activities can be heard within the area of the hospital ruins, which were destroyed during WW2, sounds such as footsteps, and rumblings of normal hospital activities. Around the bunker area, sounds of ghostly moans can be heard, assorted noises as well.

Corregidor – Malinta Tunnel – Witnesses report eerie sounds and seeing a spirit near by.

Davao City – Juna Subdivision – Champaca Street – ghosts caught on video and seen by the naked eye.

Diliman Teacher’s Village – Claret School qc – Many stories were spread since 97 the first was the high school student who jumped from the 5th floor to the ground that appears when the area is silent and the 2nd is the headless priest. That school is said to be an old cemetery.

Espana – ManilaUniversity of Santo Tomas – Ghosts and wailing voices are heard from the 3rd and 2nd floars of UST Main Building. Since this is the oldest building in the oldest Catholic university in the Philippines, it is undoubted that some Spanish friars and Filipino souls were tormented and killed in this place.

Iloilo City – Central Philippine University (CPU) – This school was founded by American Missionaries and during WW2 many of the missionaries were executed by the Japanese.

Iloilo City – Central Philippine University (CPU) – Football Field – A female ghost is said to be seen jogging on the tracks early in the morning. She is said to join you while you are jogging and strikes up a conversation and will disappear after she passes a certain spot. Several students, teachers, and the school president have reported jogging with her.

Iloilo City – Central Philippine University (CPU) – Ruby Hall – A school janitor as well as students and teachers have reported that wile passing by the building at night after it is locked down, one classrooms lights would always be turned on while everything else is shut off. They have reported strange imp like creatures running around the classroom. This is one of the most haunted halls in the university. This is a medical hall and it houses several cadavers for the use of the med. students. From cold spots and moving furniture, to sometimes being pushed or tripped while walking.

Iloilo City – Central Philippine University (CPU) – Valentine Hall – The ghost of a dead female student haunts the women’s restroom, several female students since the early 70′s have reported seeing her. The ghost is usually seen during noon. Classes have been interrupted because of screams from the girls. According to the students she appears behind them while they are looking in the mirror while doing their make up or fixing their hair. The ghost of Rev. Valentine who was beheaded can be seen on certain nights standing at the entrance of the hall dedicated to him. The ghost is reported to be headless.

Katipunan – Quezon CityBalete DriveBalete Drive is a residential area famous for the apparition of a white lady. It is told that there was a teenage girl who was raped by a cab driver in the 50s in that area. It is possible that the lady of Balete is seeking revenge. Never walk alone at night in eerie Balete Drive.

Katipunan – Quezon City – Miriam College – on the 2nd floor ladies comfort room of the caritas building a nun haunts the bathroom and is said to peak over the stall while girls are using the bathroom. A face can be seen when you look above the door, but there are no feet when you look below the door

Katipunan – Quezon CityMiriam CollegeCSC – there was also this “manananggal” that lives there. It used to be a student that was hit by a car inside the campus. Rumors are that every school fair, someone faints.

Katipunan – Quezon City – Miriam College – Immaculate Heart Of Mary Hall – One witness claims that when they where in Grade 3 encountered that a spirit scratched her ankle when they were doing the 99 steps. And then, when she came back to the corridor, she was crying. And then she told us all to cover our nametags and never shout our name until class time.

Katipunan – Quezon CityMiriam CollegeMiriam Of Nazareth Hall – in the Grade 2 bathroom, there was this girl who was washing her hands, and there was a demon that came out of the toilet bowl. The girl prayed hard but nothing happened.

Katipunan – Quezon City – University of the Philippines Diliman – Ghosts sightings at the College of Education, College of Science Library, Palma Hall, College of Mass Communication, UP Main Library.

Makati City – Asian Institute of Management – A Professor died of a heart attack a few years ago in one of lecture rooms on the third floor of the main building. There are voices; shadows and cold spots can be felt in that specific room where the professor died. His car remains in the faculty parking area even until now.

Makati CityInternational School Manila (Former Campus) – Fine Arts Theatre – One year, one of the high school students was acting as the stage manager for the Community Play. The theatre was already uncomfortable for her when it was dark, but one night, on her way out, she was leaving through the front doors of the auditorium, something she couldn’t see followed her up the aisle. Very aggressive, very menacing and very scary. She ran out the door just in time as they slammed shut behind her. Suffice it to say, she never stayed in the theater alone again.

Manila – Arellano high school – there are spirits mostly seen by the students and teachers because when a building in front of the school collapsed by an earthquake many years ago, the remains were placed in the said school. so the spirits were staying in that place.

Manila – De La Salle University – A chapel located on the 2nd floor of the De La Salle University -main Building is haunted by several ghosts said to be the victims of a mass killing during World War II. They start haunting the place when evening has crept in and the area is already silent. Sightings of headless monks and screams of people are being heard there during rainy nights.

ManilaFilm Center – When the construction of Film Center at the Cultural Center of the Philippines complex was rushed in the early 1980s for a film fest, the ceiling scaffolding collapsed killing several workmen who fell to the orchestra below. Rather than halt construction to rescue survivors and retrieve the bodies of dead workmen, cement was poured into the orchestra, entombing the fallen workmen. Some of them were buried alive in the orchestra. Various ghostly activities were reported on the site including mysterious sounds, voices and poltergeist activity. In the late 1990s a group called the Spirit Questors began to make visits to the film center in an attempt to contact and appease the souls of the workmen who were killed in the building. Some of these spirits claimed to have moved on but a few allegedly remain.

Manila – Ozone Disco – Once there was a disco there and it caught on fire people tried to get out but people were pushing and panicking so no one got out. Some people hear disco music in their houses at night and see faint people dancing and no one can explain how.

ManilaRizal Park area – Near the Rizal Park in Manila has the angry spirits of dead Japanese soldiers in the ruins of a building outside of the park. many Japanese soldiers died in the building when it was blasted. Reports of a cold presence and menacing feelings.

Muntinlupa – San Jose Village – An overgrown black bird with powerful wings can be heard circling the village whenever there’s a pregnant woman. It’s wings are so powerful that you’ll sometimes feel like its windy but only on the place where you’re standing at.

Muntinlupa – San Jose VillageSt. Bernadette St. – From 12 midnight onwards, a lot of tricycle drivers have already encountered the white lady who loves to get a free ride. More often, this lady would be sitting beside the driver. Other times, a red lady is said to roam around the area following people who dread to walk this haunted street at night.

Muntinlupa – San Jose VillageSt. Clemence Street – Another white lady haunts St. Clemence Street where her hair stands up and appears to be very angry.

Muntinlupa – San Jose VillageSt. George Street – At St. George Street you can sometimes hear someone calling you but the voice is hidden in the tall grasses beside the street.

Muntinlupa – San Jose VillageSt. Joseph – a mysterious headless priest is said to haunt the playground and the hill beside it.

Muntinlupa – San Jose VillageSt. Peter’s Street – Ghostly apparitions of people partying near an old cave at St. Peter’s Street can be seen during unholy hours from 12mn to 3am.

San Juan Greenhills – Resalest educational center – A principal who haunts the students and stole money from them, people said that the haunted principal is a greedy ghost who lives in that school.

Source: http://theshadowlands.net/places/philippines.htm

nightmares

Meaning of Common Nightmares and Recurring Dreams

Here are some of the most common themes (with positive outcome examples for each scenario) and suggestions about what the dreamer might look at in waking life:

· chase or attack : The pursuer usually represents a fearful aspect of our shadow, and hence an exaggerated version of a denied or inhibited portion of our own personality that would benefit us if integrated and appropriately expressed. (ideal outcome: standing our ground, facing and dialoguing with our pursuer, and eventually, acceptance and embrace)

· falling dream : Am I feeling heavy, unsupported, worried about something? How can I feel freer, lighter? Also: do I need to be more grounded? (ideal outcome: feeling safe, landing, floating or flying)

· car out of control : Is life too hectic, out of control? How could I slow down, act more peacefully and “enjoy the ride”? (ideal outcome: driving well & within speed limits, walking peacefully)

· unprepared, late for or failing an exam : Am I feeling unprepared for some upcoming event? Unconfident about my performance? Am I worrying needlessly or do I actually need more preparation in order to feel confident and do a good job? (ideal outcome: feeling assured about oneself, performing well)

· stuck in slow motion, unable to move or make any noise : Where am I feeling stuck in life, like I’m getting nowhere or unable to voice my true feelings? What can I do to change it? (ideal outcome: relaxation and acceptance, and eventually, peaceful action & self-expression)

· embarrassed to be nude or naked in public, though nobody seems to notice or mind : Where in life am I feeling unconfident, embarrassed, unskilled? This type of dream is usually pointing out, by the fact that the other characters in the dream don’t seem to notice, that we are the only one viewing our self this way, and usually mistakenly so. (ideal outcome: comfortable with oneself as is, confident)

· personal injury, dismemberment : What part of my life—not usually the physical body—have I been neglecting, mistreating, forgetting—i.e. dis-membering as opposed to remembering? (ideal outcome: healing)

· trapped, locked in : Where am I feeling trapped in life? How might I open myself up to a new perspective, and explore new courses of action? (ideal outcome: breaking out, exploration)

· drowning, threatening waves, tsunami (tidal waves) or flooding : Am I blocking, denying or feeling overwhelmed by my emotions? How might I better acknowledge, accept, and feel these feelings—which often include vulnerability? (ideal outcome: swimming, surfing, breathing underwater)

· helpless, abandoned, or crying baby, monkey, bunny or small animal : Have I been taking care of my “inner child”? Maybe I need to laugh more, play outdoors, express my creativity, be more spontaneous, or enjoy more personal warmth and intimacy? (ideal outcome: caring for baby or animal, playing, simply having fun)

Source: www.dreams.ca