|Ghostly minister Desmond still greets people at the front of Holy Trinity Church|
THE GHOSTLY MINISTER STILL THERE...
On our last visit in 2012, I got my "ghostly" headache and "saw" a minister standing outside on the front stairway of the church who told me his name was "Desmond." He was greeting people and waving to others (there was no one there, of course, but he was waving to people as he did when he was alive). The "people" were residual energy and it seemed like a number of ghostly people walking over from the sidewalk we were standing on, to the church on the other side of the street. He told me he still loves the church and likes to stand on the stairs and welcome people so he continued to do so. He wasn't residual, though, because he was communicating with me. However, the "parishioners" who were passing by were residual energies, like a film playing over and over.
|Holy Trinity Church, Windsor, England|
Last year, Minister Desmond told me a date of either 1750 or 1850. After doing a little research in 2012, I learned that the church was "consecrated" or dedicated in 1842, so "Desmond" must have been telling me that he was there around the year 1850, because the church didn't exist in 1750. I also learned that the church was built for Queen Victoria's soldiers. It sits on part of a "spinner's field" given by James Bedborough, a Windsor builder and prominent citizen.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO SEE HIM AGAIN? -
What this proved was that ghosts who have decided to stay behind on Earth sometimes stay to continue doing what they did in life. They make a choice. It also serves an example of a good person who died and decided to stay on Earth as a ghost. Not all ghosts have bad personalities. Minister Desmond will apparently stay around for a very long time, welcoming the residual energies of long-dead parishioners as well as new, living parishioners or passersby.
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