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#16    JGirl

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Posted 10 August 2011 - 08:10 PM

View PostHabitat, on 10 August 2011 - 05:13 AM, said:

You need to wait till you mislay something else. Then, when you go looking for it, you will find the object you lost previously, but not the current one, IMO.
or...just go buy another one and you'll find the one you lost - prime example is eyebrow tweezers.  :huh:


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Posted 10 August 2011 - 08:28 PM

My dad has an old rotary gt watch left to him from his uncle, he keeps it in the same drawer all the time yet sometimes when he goes to get it, its gone. A few weeks or days later it will turn up in the drawer, Hes come to accept it now mind you. if its not there its not there  :rolleyes:


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Posted 11 August 2011 - 07:54 PM

Hi Everyone,

I have experienced missing objects in my home, as well as other places where I lived. Objects have been disappearing in my home for the last 14 years. Some of the objects reappear at different places the apartment.

The first thing that I noticed on the second day of where I moved into my Toronto apartment in 1998, I noticed my cup where I put my toothbrush disappeared. I asked 1 of my 2 roommates if he took it, and he said "No." Then in about few days later it reappeared. Then my perfume disappeared, and then reappeared again. My pepper shaker in the kitchen disappeared, then reappeared.

Then later in the years, my bank card disappeared, my video tapes, jewellery box (but not the contents of the box), my books, my portfolio that I handed in for university admission, my quaters for laundry, my rain jacket, my boots, and now recently that was missing in June 2011 is one of my photo albums in apartment which I moved in in 2007.

The strange thing is that I once cleaned up my room to make sure I know where everything is in place. I left my wallet to make sure I won't lose it because my bank card was missing about 4 times. So I left it at home in front of my bed, and then when I came home late at night, I noticed it wasn't there. Then I said to myself that it will come back one day. I went to sleep and dreamt of a man, who looked like a spirit - a transluscent body - returned my wallet in front of my bed. I woke up the next morning and looked in front of my bed, and it was there. So I believe some bad spirit is doing this to me.

When my grandmother passed away, I found a silver ribbon pinned to my black suit jacket in my closet.

I'm upset that my photo album disappeared. I'm really sad about that.

Well, that is my take on it.

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Posted 11 August 2011 - 10:00 PM

Maybe could be your cat's playing with the slippers u never know they myt just be under the couch or somewhere u typically wouldn't think of looking.

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Posted 12 August 2011 - 12:32 AM

I enjoyed reading those replies , and some are suggesting that you may be having a senior moment , but that's not the answer , I'm sure it's happened to us all at one time or another , but the answer eludes me .

The Ark of the Covenant was the sacred chest, overlaid with gold, which occupied the inner sanctum of the temple and symbolised God's covenant with his people.. Covenant= The promises that God made to his people as recorded in the bible. The Ark of the Covenant has never been found .

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 03:01 AM

Agate,

I'm not laughing at your dilemma, trust me.  From this past Friday until this Monday morning, three of my personal objects have gone missing from my house...into thin air no less!  My husband can confirm this phenomena as well.  Being ex-military, he can find anything that's missing and I've put him to the test many times.  He's so patient.  However, we practically tore the house apart, looked in places we've never seen before (been in this house seven years) and they simply have left the planet as it were.  A friend who owns a metaphysical store told me it's fairies (of all things!) and I purchased a vial of glitter and placed it on my back door.  I'll do anything at this point; practically desperate!  The phenomenon I've learned has a name, "Disappearing Object Phenomenon" or DOP.

It really is a great inconvenience and has cost me some money to replace at least one of the items already.  In case anyone is curious, the objects are (in order of being missed), reading glasses, a prescription bottle just purchased (skin allergy meds) and a hairbrush.  So for those of you who got a chuckle out of Agate's lost slipper, if it ever happens to you, you may not think it's so amusing.  Oh, and I've had a lot of "friendly" paranormal activity in my houses for many years.  This is the first time I would not consider it friendly.


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Posted 10 December 2013 - 03:14 AM

View PostWhite Crane Feather, on 10 August 2011 - 05:09 AM, said:

Happens to me to...... It's called ADD.
  Uh, with all due respect, I don't have ADD and I don't think Agate has either.  It's called Disappearing Object Phenomenon and it's considered a phenomenon because it's happened to many, many people.  I know when I lose things and I didn't lose the objects I mentioned in my post.  They simply vanished.  Hard to accept but just one of those crazy, unexplainable things in life.  So easy to blame the victim, so to speak.  Not trying to be a jerk about this but I'm very upset about it since it just happened so I'm a tad defensive.  :w00t:


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Posted 26 December 2013 - 01:28 PM

I know exactly what you're going thru. my Mother has always called them borrower's but here lately the things that have been disappearing haven't been showing back up. it's pretty frustrating and will cause you to call your sanity into question. I've always experienced little things over the years a shadow out of the corner of your eye here, a light turn on there, something disappear from the table you leave the room and an hour or so later its back on the table. but over the past 2 weeks my I.D. badge from work, my emergency inhaler, my wife's favorite shirt, and her favorite pair of tweezers have all disappeared. Her things have shown back up within a few hours of vanishing, but my badge and inhaler have been gone for days now. we've turned the house upside down looking for them but they are just gone. also the other things have been happening more frequently also.


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Posted 26 December 2013 - 06:30 PM

Had the experience of lipsticks, tweezers, and nail files all disappearing from my desk.  Came into the room one night and saw my cat slapping at a nail file and flipping it into the wastebasket, lobbing a pen from the desk into the same basket, etc.  Suddenly the light dawned.  She seemed to be having one old Harry of a time doing that.  I figure she has a big pile of stolen objects somewhere in the house and that I may find them someday.


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Posted 27 December 2013 - 04:09 AM

How old are your cats?

I remember my kitten used to hide things.


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Posted 27 December 2013 - 09:15 PM

To follow up, during the past two weeks or so, my glasses and hair brush have turned up.  But get this, just as my husband and I were discussing the fact that I refused to buy a new hairbrush, doesn't he see it half-hidden on top of my dresser!  Now, I'm 5'4 and I can't even see on top of my dresser let alone put something up there.  I would have to have thrown it up there and I surely didn't do that.  Now here's another crazy thing.  I've always kept a small hairbrush in my pocketbook.  My husband was getting holiday napkins out from yet again another top shelf in a small closet.  He found an exact replica of the brush that I keep in my purse.  So, I rush over to my purse and the original one was still there and now I have two brushes!!!  I bet that made the little invisible thief crack up!  So far though, I had to replace the meds that were taken, and my husband's wedding ring that hasn't shown up yet (it was replaced since it's been gone for months).  But just when I thought things were calming down, I placed some homeopathic vials (that I use on a daily basis and that sit on a kitchen counter) in a drawer to conceal them during a Christmas party we had on 12/21.  When my husband went to retrieve them (as I watched him) to place them back on the counter...one bottle was missing.  Now I know it was there since it's the one I need to take the most and I always keep an eye on it to see if it's running out and I order more online.  So today I had to order another bottle even though the other one had about another week or so of usage left. You know, I wouldn't mind the small stuff; hairbrushes, even reading glasses, but medications are just plain mean.  One member said they took his rescue inhaler!  Nasty, nasty entities.  If this has never happened to you in this manner (not just you lost or misplaced something like we all do occasionally), please have some compassion for those of us who happen to have the misfortune of having to go through this phenomenon.  It's not a senior moment, nor ADD, nor a cat or a dog.  It is what it is.  And if it ever happens to you (I pray it doesn't), you'll realize that, trust me. Thank you for reading this!


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Posted 29 December 2013 - 10:08 AM

happens to me since i was a child, and i know where i put the items, cause its always an item that is very dear to me that goes missing

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Posted 31 December 2013 - 02:14 AM

View Postaldev28, on 10 December 2013 - 03:14 AM, said:

Uh, with all due respect, I don't have ADD and I don't think Agate has either.  It's called Disappearing Object Phenomenon and it's considered a phenomenon because it's happened to many, many people.  I know when I lose things and I didn't lose the objects I mentioned in my post.  They simply vanished.  Hard to accept but just one of those crazy, unexplainable things in life.  So easy to blame the victim, so to speak.  Not trying to be a jerk about this but I'm very upset about it since it just happened so I'm a tad defensive.  :w00t:
Oh yes. You should see how I trumpt around the house in a nasty mood when this happens to me. Sometimes it's big things like a back back. Do not get in my way if my keys are missing for the third time in a week I bite. I have found that the best therapy is to sing the object to the tune of " the lion sleeps tonight". Wallet . Wallet wawa wallet wallet. ;)

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Posted 31 December 2013 - 08:03 PM

My household has things going missing all the time. The best example (although there were other things) were my girlfriends socks. Even after we moved you'd think they'd show up under things or hidden away but no, they were just gone. Now in our newer place it seems to be dishes that are being stolen. We always blame "the Fae" but who knows


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Posted 01 January 2014 - 12:33 AM

Well, I'm back again with another object that went missing yesterday.  They were two gold aurelian magnets that I recently purchased as acupunture therapy.  You use them on your ear for things like insomnia, weight loss, stopping smoking.  You have to wear them for six weeks 2-3 hrs. a day.  I was on my seventh day so that's the end of that!  I kept them in a small suede pouch always in the same place which was on my dresser.

I'm working on the fact that maybe this phenomenon is to teach one not to get to attached to "things".  I never liked anyone touching my things, not even my husband, LoL!  So, I'm going to try to stay cool, keep praying, and hopefully, whatever power is allowing this to happen will get so bored by my non-reactions they'll move onto some other poor soul, though I don't wish it on my worst enemy...that would be super-bad karma. :no:

I just read a quote that said there are no accidents; everything is part of the cosmic dance.  So be it.  But I will be back if and when my next object goes missing.  It's nice to vent even to the non-believers or those who like to poke fun :passifier:  Happy New Year to all!! :clap:





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