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 Post subject: dress code for spirit..lol
PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2006 8:06 am 
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im a bit boggled on something....

i have noticed that many people who claim to see "girl" spirit children..most of them are seen to have a "white dress" on.......

correct me if im wrong..but it seems a bit odd....does anyone have any thoughts on this ?

ohhhh and i will be including a new post in a mo on what my sceptical hubby claims to have seen in our home recently....and yes it does involve a white dress..

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When my daughter saw a little girl spirit, she decribed her wearing a flowery dress. But yeah white dresses are common, maybe down to the energy around the spirit?? :wink:


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2006 8:40 am 
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thanks sue,i hadnt actually thought of it like that before....i thought white may have been symbolic for pure/innocent etc

surely it must be something..i dont beleieve they have a wardrobe specialist in spirit

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Hi Kat! There is a theory that if ghosts/spirits have been showing themselves for a long time, they could in effect sort of fade over the years, sort of like a photograph or a painting does - hence the number of white ladies and grey men and all that stuff. Mind you the idea that white is symbolic of innocence in children is sort of nice! :) Another thought - I don't suppose they had sophistocated clothes dyes a few centuries ago and I would imagine that clothing would be in basic colours, unless you happened to have a few quid - I wonder if ghosts of the aristocracy and wealthy people tend to appear more colourful than those of your average everyday person????


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thanks for sharing that andrea,and yes something to think about

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our spirit girl wears a flowery dress ,and she has dark hair.


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I do attract children spirit and not yet had a white dress come to think of it. Nice summery dresses, but don't believe I have seen a white dress girl.. .. .. yet

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