churchbells & slayer Share | spooky1 posted:1/1/2012 10:57:16 AM (Reply)Ihave to start here to get where I'm going.OK,a few years ago a was dating a guy, we were both metalheads. I was at his house playing slayer when he shuts it off & tells me how when he was in high school he was wearing a slayer tee &his crucifix broke off &fell off.now to what happened.to me. The day after Christmas I heard church bells all day long.I ask my dad if he heard them & he didn't. They were the same ones I hear every Sunday morning.but this was Monday All-day long &no one else heard them. The next day I'm driving home from picking up some meds,listening to slayer,$when out of the blue a bus almost sideswipes me &I'm an inch from driving up on the island in the road.I get control of my car the bus gose in the opposite.direction. right then I feel three fingers on the back of my scalp & mildly pull my Hair!. I eject the CD as quick as I can & hurry home.. a very freaky experience. I'm not bashing slayer by any means there an awesome band.spiritech0 posted:1/5/2012 4:42:21 PM (Reply)Well, winter is the season to peek at the Abyss... \||/_Jester87 posted:1/6/2012 1:50:07 AM (Reply)Someone posted this on YAHOO: What does it mean when you hear church bells but no one else does? This was the Answer Posted: If one is hearing sounds that others do not hear, the first step should be to have one's hearing checked. Pressure or injury to the eardrum or an inner ear infection could be the source of false sounds. If one's ears are healthy and phantom sounds continue to occur, one could be experiencing auditory delusions, and should consult a physician. ~or~ If you are hearing church bells, and there is no church around, and nobody else hears them, perhaps God is trying to communicate with you. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_it_mean_when_you_hear_church_bells_but_no_one_else_does#ixzz1iesPP5Tt Please log in or become a member to add a post.