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The Death Light

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

This post is submitted by Anonymous

This incident involves a traditional believe and premonition as I was told later. It happened during the prelude to Gawai Dayak Festival or Harvest Festival. Let me explain a little bit about Gawai. In olden days, we Iban / Dayak depend on rice cultivation for living other than hunting and gathering. To appeased or to thank the Gods for a bountiful harvest, we celebrate Hari Gawai (which is also a public holiday in Sarawak). In modern days, we look forward for the Gawai Dayak as most Iban / Dayak who are working in the city or studying, return to their long house or kampung more or less like the Chinese or Malays do during the Chinese Lunar New Year or Hari Raya. As Gawai is celebrated on the 1st of June every year, we would make our journey back home to our kampung a few days before the celebration. Continue reading The Death Light »

2 Spooky Exprience of Mine

Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

This post is submitted by Anonymous

For you info, I am skeptic when it comes to this topic. Not that I wish to bump to any of those thing in the near future and my mind finds it hard to digest the experience. But what I do believe in are spirits, life after dead as I am staunch protestant. Back to the topic, part of my believe says that your mind / eyes are playing tricks on you, the other part of it says ‘you just want attention of sort’. I m not undermining the people who actully saw it, but as logical person it is hard for me to believe it. It may happen to people who are actually weak inside. I am an Iban from sarawak, believe me, my community had tons of stories which is spooky. Continue reading 2 Spooky Exprience of Mine »

A Dying Wish

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013

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Chinese has this saying about a person’s last wishes and that if it is left unfulfilled then the dead person would not be able to rest in peace. This happened to my beloved aunt who left her husband and only daughter. My cousin was always the sort of person that loves traveling so when my aunt fell sick, she was not able to return home. Why? Because she entered America but had over extended her stay. If she were to return back home, she would not be allowed to enter America again. When my aunt announced that she was suffering from the last stage of cancer, my cousin had intended to return home. But my aunt told her that it was not necessary and persuaded my cousin to stay back.

To occupy her retired lifestyle, my aunt was a very generous woman that often attended charities and fund raising events. When she was diagnosed with cancer, she still went about extending her volunteering work whenever she could. There, she met up with her master who thought her that chi kung has marvelous affects on one’s health if u practice it often. Through that, my aunt learn to control her chi and miraculously, what the medical doctors told her about her short life of a few months since her diagnose became a few years. I would say my aunt lived her life to the fullest and I enjoyed her company very much. She would often share with me her experiences and stories about how her master thought her about compassion. What I wasn’t aware of was that her master’s knowledge not only extended to the teachings of chi kung but also to the realm of the mysterious and supernatural world. Continue reading A Dying Wish »