By | March 6, 2023

Last night, something extraordinary happened with my two-year-old son, which I can hardly explain. It was September 11th, and I was watching television. I stopped the channel on a news program about the 9/11 tragedy, and just as I did, the footage of the first building being hit aired.

My son, who had never seen or heard anything about 9/11 before, suddenly ran towards the TV and started pointing and yelling, “Hey, that’s downtown!” “That’s my home!” He repeated these words over and over and said, “I got to call!” When I asked him whom he wanted to call, he responded, “I call home. I got to call!” I was intrigued, so I let him watch it, and then he said, “Oh no, I’m going to fall!” “Oh no, fall!” This was all before the towers went down.

I was stunned and didn’t know what to make of it. I’m always with him, and I control what he watches. He hasn’t spent any time away from home, so he couldn’t have learned about 9/11 from anywhere else.

He went on and on about downtown and home until he fell asleep. The next morning, I asked him about what happened downtown. He replied, “Downtown? My home, my home!” I asked him what happened to him, and he replied, while closing his eyes, “I’m stuck, can’t see. Can’t see.”

On a whim, my husband asked, “Where is Green Hills?” Without any prompt, my son closed his eyes again tightly, something I have never seen him do before.

A few months back, he got stuck in a closet, and I couldn’t get the door open for a few minutes. While he was in there, he banged on the door and said words he had never said before, such as “help me, please! save me! help, help, help!” When I finally opened the door, he said, “you saved me!” Since then, he has said every day, “Help! I’ll save you!”

All of these incidents made me think that my son might have lived a past life. It’s possible that he had something to do with the 9/11 tragedy, and his words were proof of it. His grandma showed up while I was trying to get him out of the closet and even said, “Where did he learn to talk like that?”

It’s a strange and unbelievable experience for me, but I think my son might have been reincarnated and had a connection to the 9/11 tragedy.

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