Lerina Garcia Gordo: The Woman From A Parallel Universe

Lerina Garcia Gordo: The Woman From A Parallel Universe

Lerina Garcia Gordo

On July 16th, 2008 a woman by the name of Lerina Garcia Gordo posted a comment in an online forum asking for help. The 41-year-old Spanish woman claimed to have woken up in a parallel universe. A world not unlike the one she had left before going to sleep. However small inconsistencies in various aspects of her life began to convince her that she was in fact, living in an alternate reality.

This is the story of Lerina Garcia Gordo, the woman who claims to be from a parallel universe.

Lerina García, a 41-year-old, well-educated professional opened her eyes one morning to discover she was in what she later assumed to be an alternate universe existence of her own life.

Garcia’s experience was related in 2008 when she made an effort to search for help on the Internet. Apparently, it’s just now making the rounds in America.

Here’s here fascinating story translated from Spanish:

For anyone who is reading this blog regularly will know that we have already written a few articles about parallel universes. As I write this article on an alleged case of a woman who she says is from another parallel universe.

We do not know for sure if it is a Hoax or Bulo, but the story is interesting and that is what any of us could happen when least expected.

This story is transcribed for a forum where this woman named Gordo Lerina Garcia left a message for someone to help on 16/07/2008 18:38

Hello, my name is Luz, I have 41 years and I think I jumped into a parallel universe.

I find it hard to tell because everyone will think I’m a psychotic, and no one will believe me. Please, if anyone has had a similar experience to write me an email.

One day I woke up and everything was different, nothing spectacular, nothing to do with time travel and all that stuff, I just got up in the same year and the same day I went to bed but many things were different.

It’s little things, but important enough to know that at one point there was a turning point in which things are different. In fact, if this is a dream you are all in a dream, as I write this there, so if someone replies are that you are living the same reality as me, be my dream or not.

4 months ago I woke up a normal morning, I was in my rental house where he lived for 7 years, everything was the same except that the set of sheets on my bed that was different, did not give importance at the moment.

Well, my office was in my car which was parked where ever and was the same office where I worked in the last 20 years. But when I got to my office was not my office, has the names on the door and mine was not.

I thought I had the wrong floor, but no, it was mine. I got to my office wireless area and I looked, was still working there but was in another department reporting to a director who did not even know, I went to the office to mark the directory, I said I was sick and left.

Everything in my portfolio was the same, my cards, my ID, all the same, but I do not remember having changed department at any time.

I went to medical insurance and they tested me for drugs and alcohol … .. everything clean. I went to work the next day, and asking, telling me not feeling well, well, I’ve been out of step.

My apartment is the same, all the same, I have watched all the papers that I keep in the house and everything is the same.

Soon I realized that something was wrong I thought it was some kind of amnesia, as I had missed something and could not remember a time in my life, but no, I went online and was the day it should be, and news, at least cover important were the same as the previous day.

6 months ago I’m not with my partner of 7 years, we left and started a relationship with a guy in my neighborhood.

I know him well, I’ve been 4 months with him and know his name, address, where he works as a child you have and where he is studying. Well, now there is this guy. It seems that existed before me ‘jump’ but now no trace, I hired a detective to look for it and there in this ‘flat’.

I went to a psychiatrist and attribute it to stress, believed to be hallucinations, but I know not. My ex-boyfriend is with me as usual, I’ve never left it seems, and Augustine (my boyfriend now) seems to never have existed here, it lives in the apartment where he lived nor find his son. I swear it’s real, I am very sane.

My own family does not remember things as surgery on the shoulder of my sister a couple of months ago, have never operated, and little things like that.

Unfortunately, I do not remember many important things in the news, but the rest of the world seems to be the same.

There are many little things in the past five months and now many, nonsense, clothes on my closet and I have not bought, post on the blog of a radio program I had with my ex (which is still my boyfriend now) and I stopped to …. I do not know is nonsense but I’m really rope is real.

PLEASE if anyone has gone something like contact me, to see what could have happened, I find no pathology that matches what has happened to me.

I’ve been five months reading all the theories I’ve found and I am convinced that she has been a leap between planes, anything, any decision, any action that has to change some things, which I ‘mosque’ is that it is in the year, and why I have not jumped to another time, I am exactly the same.

To explain, it is as if he had lost his memory and 5 months ago I woke up having dreamed those 5 months, except that everyone remembers me at the time, and I’ve done things that I am not conscious of having done. Do you experience more?

Please refrain funny and people who have ‘the truth’ in his hand. It is very serious for me.

Here’s a similar story from Japan. A man flies into the country with what appears to be a valid passport only to find that nobody has heard of his country of origin.

A curious incident took place in Tokyo, Japan during the early 1990s: a man arrived on a flight with a passport from a non-existent country.

The man expressed anger and shock when Japanese customs officials detained him. Although the officials checked their records carefully, the passport had been issued by a country that did not exist. No record showed the country had ever existed.

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Haunted Places In Mumbai

Haunted Places In Mumbai

Some Shrapit Places in Mumbai

Mukesh Mills, Colaba

Address: Narayan A Sawant Road, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400005

One of the most famous haunted places in Mumbai, Mukesh Mills is an old structure that was destroyed in 1870 by a fire. Since then, it has been deserted completely and is said to be haunted. The Mills are a famous location for Bollywood shoots but most film-stars are spooked out by the location.

Mukesh Mills, Colaba

Mukesh Mills, Colaba

 

 

Mukesh Mills, Colaba

Mukesh Mills, Colaba

Aarey Milk Colony

The Aarey Milk Colony is a neighborhood situated in Goregaon, a suburb of the city of Mumbai, India. It was established in 1949 to revolutionize the processing and marketing of dairy products in the city.Wikipedia
Area: 16 km²
PIN: 400 065
Founder: Jawaharlal Nehru
Established: 1949
District: Mumbai Suburban
Locality: Goregaon (East)
Region: Konkan
Aarey Milk Colony haunted

Aarey Milk Colony

JP Block Meerut Haunted Place

मेरठ के माल रोड से 650 मीटर अंदर स्थि‍त खंडहर में तब्दील होते एक बंगले की आज यही कहानी बन गई है।
– इंटरनेट पर इस भूत बंगले को देश के 10 सबसे ज्यादा डरावने स्थानों में शुमार कर दिया है।
– कई वेबसाइटों पर यह बंगला भूत बंगले के नाम से फेसम हो गया है।
– 1947 के बाद इस बंगले को छोड़ सब एरिया मुख्यालय सरधना रोड पर बनाया गया, जहां पहले अंग्रेजी अफसरों का अस्पताल हुआ करता था।

Haunted Places in Delhi

Haunted Places in Delhi

The Tree near Dwarka, Sector 9 Metro Station

Although it seems unbelievable and hallucinating but many travelers, especially late night call center cabs, have experienced uniquely that someone keeps slapping them during midnight forcefully. They have often witnessed that some woman keep appearing and disappearing besides their cars while they cross through this area. It is bizarre but many eye-witnesses make it believable.

House No. W-3

Located in South Delhi, this abandoned house is considered a haunted place that was once occupied by an elderly couple. The couple were said to be brutally murdered few decades ago and since then, this house remains haunted. People often hear different types of sounds including screams or sobs from this haunted house which many neighbors have heard many a times. Various such haunted houses are located in other parts of Delhi including areas like Defence Colony, Lajpat Nagar, Green Park and Lodhi Road amongst others. Properties worth of crores of values are abandoned in such places due to many such paranormal activities and especially by people witnessing them often.

Feroz Shah Kotla

As number of visitors have already become too less, very first impression of Feroz Shah Kotla fort will be that as a place in the verge of abandonment. Feroz Shah Tughlaq built this fort in 1354 whose rest important contribution was developing Firozabad – a city out of seven Delhi cities in that period. A narrow lane leads to this ghoulish fortress in Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg of modern Delhi. It is believed that many Djinns have their residence in the dark halls and ruins of this ancient site. A common phenomenon on every Thursday is the presence of local masses at this place who visit here to light candles besides incense sticks and so do they leave milk and grain offerings. They also write symbolic letters to Djinns to let the wishes of such believers come true and they are not harmed.

Khooni Nadi (Bloody River)

Flowing through Rohini in Delhi, it is said that anybody entering this river is literally sucked by unnatural forces the moment one enters inside. Several lives have already been lost here that have been often assumed the cases of suicide deaths but the cases are still mysterious and hardly are reasons behind such cases known to anybody.

Sanjay Van

A stretch of nearly 10 km, Sanjay Van is attractive enough to explore due to its green lung to beautify the city but at the same juncture, it is famous for being haunted through many spirits. Reason behind such believes is that of Qila Rai Pithora’s broken ramparts housing various graves of erstwhile Majaars that also include Sufi saint mausoleums at this place. People have already evidenced several cases of children crying, being pushed or clawed on many occasions.

Malcha Mahal

Also denoted with its name Delhi Ridge, this fort is located in Malcha village so is it known as Malcha Mahal. Too much forestry areas surround this place once an integral part of Tughlaq era hunting lodge in the city. Today, this place is famous for being inhabited by the mysterious powers. It is such feeling of fear psychosis while one crosses nearby, an unusual feeling develops. One encounters a sort of unnerving feeling that is not common in other places in the city.

Mutiny House

The house had been built as a memorial by the British to venerate their officials who had died during 1857 revolt. It is believed that many masses have often witnessed deceased official’s legs as well as chopped-up moving arms during evening time in this place. Those having seen such incidents for the first time might found it a frightening sight for them.

Bhuli Bhatiyari ka Mahal

Another ancient Tughlaq hunting lodge, this place had been named after Bu-Ali Bhatti, this lodge’s female caretaker, as it was derived until recently. Today, its original name had been twisted too much to become Bhuli Bhatiyari and is famous by that name only. It has an interesting architecture with twin-gated entry option in the northeastern side of the monument that still remains an unimportant structure which seems ironic and pathetically disappointing. This building hasn’t been occupied since several centuries hence it became an abandoned place. The place is famous for being one of the haunted locations where many people have witnessed many sounds or invisible hobbling activities to literally terrorize people nearby the ridge area.

 Karbala Graveyard

BK Dutt Colony area houses Karbala burial ground which is an exclusive one for Shiite community. They follow ritual of burying the Tazia funeral that is an enactment of a ritual coffin of the Prophet’s grandson, Imam Husain Ibn Ali. Careful observation of this place makes it easy for you to understand its value due to presence of numerous auspicious materials at that location nearby the graves that are meant to perform rituals on specific occasions. This place maintains an unnerving ambiance and therefore, one encounters thorough gloominess. One often observed cries and so are the feelings of loneliness if visiting the place in evenings to have firsthand observation of this place.

Petni / Shakchunni

  • Petni / Shakchunni: Petni are basically female ghosts who died unmarried or have some unsatisfied desires. The word Petni originated from the Sanskrit word Pretni (feminine gender of Preta). The word Shakchunni comes from the Sanksrit word Shankhachurni. It is a ghost of a married woman who usually wears a special kind of traditional bangles made of shell (called ‘Shankha’ in Bengali) in their hands, which is a sign of married woman in Bengal. Shakchunni usually possess the rich married women so that they can enjoy the pleasures of married life. They are usually depicted wearing a red or white saree. They usually live near ponds and lakes, and might possess a married woman when they go near ponds for daily chores. People say Petni and Shakchunni also live in Shayora or Tetul trees. They are believed to be shape-shifters, and can take any appearance. Beings such as Petni or Shakchunni are also known as Churel in different places in India.
 

Depiction of a Shakchunni spreading cow dung mixed water

  • Damori: Tantric practices and black magic have been very popular in rural Bengal in the past for many centuries. Some rural people from Bengal, obsessed with the occult, used to travel to Kamrup-Kamakhya in Assam in order to learn Trantic ways and black magic.Many Sadhu (Ascetic Yogis), Tantric, Aghori, Kapalik and Kabiraj devoted their lives in pursuit of occult practices. Such people are said to have the power to invoke lower-level demonic/ ghostly entities such as Hakini, Shakhini (same as Shakchunni) and Dakini. Tantriks use these demonic spirits for soothsaying purposes, and also for causing harm to people. When superstitious rural people wanted to cause harm to an enemy, they went to the Tantriks to seek their help. A common practice was called “Baan Mara”, a ritual by which the Tantriks used demonic forces to kill a person. In such cases, the victim is said to die by vomiting blood up their throat.[15][16] The two most higher-level tantric mantra are Kularnob and Moha Damor. A tantrik mantra called Bhoot Damor (a lower-level branch of Moha Damor) works with different demi-goddesses called Jogini, Jokkhini, Kinnori, Apshori, Bhutini, etc.[17] Altogether these bunch of supernatural entities are called Damori. In Tantrik philosophy, it is believed If someone can engulf himself into ascetic pursuit and worship through Bhoot Damor, the invoked Damori will appear to that person, will associate with him, and becomes somewhat under his control. These beings are neither human nor incorporeal, but somewhere in-between. They are from some unseen realm, and can materialise in our perceived physical dimension. Their concept is similar to the western concept of Fairies or Elves; or the Islamic/Persian concept of Pori / Pari (a female version of Jinn).
  • Besho Bhoot: The word Besho comes from the word Baash which means ‘Bamboo’ in Bengali. Besho Bhoot are ghosts that live in bamboo gardens. People from rural Bengal believe that harmful ghosts live in bamboo gardens, and one should not walk pass these areas after dusk. It is said that when a bamboo leans or lays in the ground, no one should cross over it and should go around it. This is because when someone makes an attempt to cross the bamboo, the bamboo is pulled back straight up by an unseen force, and the person can die as a result. It is also reported that a gusty wind blows inside the bamboo garden while the weather is clam on the outside.
  • Penchapechi: An unusual form of ghost. The Penchapechi take the form of an owl and haunt in the forests of Bengal. It follows helpless travelers through the woods until they are completely alone, and then it strikes. Unlike other ghosts, the Penchapechi actually consumes its victims, feeding on their body in an almost vampiric way.
  • Mechho Bhoot: This is a kind of ghost who likes to eat fish. The word Mechho comes from Machh that means ‘fish’ in Bengali. Mechho Bhoot usually lives near to the village ponds or lakes which are full of fish. These kinds of ghosts urges the late night fishermen or a lone person who carries fish with him to give them their fish by saying in a nasal tone – “Machh Diye Ja” (meaning “give me the fish”). If the person disagrees to leave the fish for the Mechho Bhoot, it threatens to harm them. Sometimes they steal fish from kitchens in village households or from the boats of fishermen.
  • Mamdo Bhoot: According to the beliefs of Bengali Hindu community, these are believed to be the ghosts of Muslims.
  • Gechho Bhoot: It is a kind of ghost that lives in trees. The word Gechho comes from the word Gaachh, which means tree in Bengali.

Nimtala crematorium a Haunted Place.

Location2p, Strand Bank Road, Beadon Street, Kolkata – 700006
AreaBeadon Street

Ghosts are an important part of the folklore, and form an integral part of the socio-cultural beliefs of the people living in the geographical and ethno-linguistic region of Bengal, which today consists of the independent nation of Bangladesh, and the Indian states of West Bengal. Fairy tales, both old and new, often use the concept of ghosts. In modern-day Bengali literature, cinema and also in radio & television media, the references to ghosts are often found. There are also many alleged haunted sites in this region. It is believed that the spirits of those who cannot find peace in the afterlife or die unnatural deaths remain on Earth. The common word for ghosts in Bengali is bhoot or bhut (Bengali: ভূত). This word has an alternative meaning: ‘past’ in Bengali. Also the word Pret (Sanskrit) is used in Bengali to mean ghost. In Bengal, ghosts are believed to be the spirit after death of an unsatisfied human being or a soul of a person who dies in unnatural or abnormal circumstances (like murder, suicide or accident). Even it is believed that other animals and creatures can also be turned into ghost after their death.

The Bengali Hindu community celebrates Bhoot Chaturdashi, which normally occurs on the 14th day of Krishna Paksha (waning phase of moon) at the night before Kali Puja / Dipaboli festival. On this night, Bengalis lit 14 earthen-lamps (choddo pidim) at their homes to appease the spirits of their past 14 generations of ancestors. It is believed that in the night before Kali Puja, the spirits of these ancestors descend upon earth, and these lamps help them find their loving homes. Another popular belief is that Chamunda (a fearsome aspect of Kali) along with 14 other ghostly forms ward off the evil spirits from the house as 14 earthen-lamps are lit at different entrances and dark corners of the rooms. Also, it is customary to consume a dish of 14 types of leafy vegetable (choddo shaak) during Bhoot Chaturdashi, so that evil spirits cannot possess the body.

The burning ghat came up in 1827. In 2010 the central government of India rejuvenated and upgraded the crematorium which cost ₹140 million (US$2.1 million). Rabindranath Tagore was cremated here (north Calcutta burning ghat). There is a Rabindranath Tagore Memorial in the crematorium compound which was beautified in the 2010 project.