Ghosts and The Midway?
Veteran’s Day 2019:
Veteran’s Day is one of ten federal holidays recognized nationwide by the United States Government. Veteran’s Day is a remembrance of all U.S. military veterans – past and present. It is celebrated every November 11th, and has been a federal holiday since 1926.
Trending in the National News coinciding with Veteran’s Day is the release of Midway, the Movie. Midway is a 2019 American war film based on the story of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent Battle of Midway during World War II. The film follows the story of US Navy sailors and aviators who persevered through the tragedy of Pearl Harbor, the elation and daring of Doolittle’s Raid, and, finally, the Battle of Midway itself, a turning point in the Pacific Theater of World War II. Follow the link to the movie website. https://www.lionsgate.com/movies/midway
Absent from the conversation is whether or not some of those who lost their lives during the Battle of Midway (on either side) may have ended up ghosting. This article is the first of many postings aimed at broaching that subject.
Meanwhile, locally in the San Diego, CA news is the opportunity to visit the waterfront USS Midway Museum on Veteran’s Day. Those who gather can show their appreciation to our service men and whom and all of those who protect our freedoms at home and abroad. https://www.midway.org/exhibits-activities/special-days/veterans-day-celebration/
Whether or not any of those who have served and lost their lives on the USS Midway are ghosting is unknown. However, it is possible that one or more are ghosting.
The Ghost Removers are dedicated to helping the lost souls they encounter as well as any living person they may adversely affect. From the Ghost Remover case files one can surmise that at least some of the people who have died while in service to their country throughout history may not have made a successful transition to the afterlife. Case files reveal that some ghost indefinitely.
For instance, there are those who became stuck at the place of their death and haunt that location. Then there are spirits who carried their grudge beyond the grave. Some of them may haunt or even Attach themselves to survivors of the conflict in order to disrupt and influence living human beings.
The Ghost Removers have learned that ghost influence can have symptoms in common with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. They acknowledge that they do not treat nor cure anything. If a ghost is responsible for issues, they remove the ghost and thereby free the victim of that influence. Through the Ghost Remover’s endeavors we are able to become more aware that events here on earth such as military conflict may have implications into the spirit realm. And, we the living, are not immune to these occurrences.
To gain an appreciation for the Ghost Remover perspective, you are invited to watch The Ghost Remover Chronicles episodes on this site. Or, read about them in the book of the same name which is available on amazon. Together, they add a new layer to the unique challenges faced by some active service military as well as veteran’s today.
If you are a local San Diego are active military or veteran experiencing symptoms that seem to have no other (medical) explanations, and want to consult the Ghost Removers to inquire whether or not a sense of being ‘haunted’ by a military related even could be Attachment related, contact Robert Major for a confidential consultation using the Contact Us link and form.