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Does anyone hear a family member?

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Cs1

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Hi I hear my niece, she died when she was 5 of leukaemia. I’m in my late 30s heard her for 6 years. She cries, puts images in my head and talks like a 2 year old. She’s aggressive sometimes, and I used to self harm but now she just complains non stop.

It drives me insane. Every child I see is a hint of whether I’m going to have a boy or girl, but it’s predetermined I’m going to have a girl. I’m single and dating so that side of my life isn’t a plan but this nasty thought of hers.

Anyone have something similar?
 
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sxxsmx

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yes, voices can mimic any voice from almost anyone from the world you know, a part of artificial intelligence which drives psychotronics, which produces voices in someone's head(some say v2k was used in the past for this).
For example, when i go from someone i talk too, right after that i hear voices bullying me in his/her own voice. A psychological ai trick, nothing special..
 
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ScopeDynamo

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Yes, very negatively. But as is the nature with voices, they never proved it.
 
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Feathers1984

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Yes I hear my deceased great grandmother that I barely knew almost everyday telling me her “heart is breaking for me” and that I’m “innocent” and “they are attacking” me. This is the only personal proof I need to reassure myself that I am not crazy and indeed am tapped into some kind of spiritual thing. I just don’t understand the reason I can hear them and others cannot? What purpose does this serve? Know what I mean?
 
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Assuming you have tried going the therapy/meds route, possibly try steering the conversation lines and take control.
 
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Feathers1984

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I do but that only works with some of them so I usually just ignore it since I have no idea what they’re even talking about most of the time anyways
 
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Miguelml

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I hear many persons of my family, dead or alive, someone have a theory? It started with just one known voice, now i hear many (friends, family..) mostly known People.
 
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TLA

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Hi I hear my niece, she died when she was 5 of leukaemia. I’m in my late 30s heard her for 6 years. She cries, puts images in my head and talks like a 2 year old. She’s aggressive sometimes, and I used to self harm but now she just complains non stop.

It drives me insane. Every child I see is a hint of whether I’m going to have a boy or girl, but it’s predetermined I’m going to have a girl. I’m single and dating so that side of my life isn’t a plan but this nasty thought of hers.

Anyone have something similar?
Yes, the voices in my head have talked like my dead father, grandmother and trys to sound like my dead best friend, I just let them know that all them people are gone and do not respond to any of there questions or comments when I hear a loved ones voice
 
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MissPink

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Okay so that is definitely your ocd making stories up for you
 
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Miguelml

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Yes, they talk between them or to me, comment what i'm doing and many things else
 
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