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Beyond the water witching thread #7318036
07/31/21 11:33 AM
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Some of you non believers should come to southern Ky, and really be amazed ,up in some of these hollers ,used to live a old lady that could remove warts by rubbing them ,i have seen grown men break out in sweats when she would do her spell on them, but in three days the warts would be gone , the same lady could talk fish to jump up on the bank . im seriously not making tall tails . there was a guy thats gone now that could blow in a babys mouth to cure thrash. i have seen it happen with my own eyes , even cured my own child with him. said one time he has did this to thousands of babys over the years. you should see how a little baby would get excited just as he would pick them up. utter amazement. and i will wait to tell about the guy that could make eating tables walk across the floor. some peoples got it and some dont.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318060
07/31/21 12:15 PM
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I knew a guy that would have you lay in the floor unbound in anyway and could put you in a trance so you could not move. Only requirement on your part was you had to close your eyes 15 seconds and then open them. One guy that was a firm believer in "slain in the spirit " was even amazed.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318072
07/31/21 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by logger coffey
Some of you non believers should come to southern Ky, and really be amazed ,up in some of these hollers ,used to live a old lady that could remove warts by rubbing them ,i have seen grown men break out in sweats when she would do her spell on them, but in three days the warts would be gone , the same lady could talk fish to jump up on the bank . im seriously not making tall tails . there was a guy thats gone now that could blow in a babys mouth to cure thrash. i have seen it happen with my own eyes , even cured my own child with him. said one time he has did this to thousands of babys over the years. you should see how a little baby would get excited just as he would pick them up. utter amazement. and i will wait to tell about the guy that could make eating tables walk across the floor. some peoples got it and some dont.

confused crazy


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Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318074
07/31/21 12:42 PM
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The world is full of things that can't be explained.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318095
07/31/21 01:18 PM
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Human nature to think we know everything and if we can't explain it or don't understand it can't be true. The curse of intelligence

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Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318108
07/31/21 01:36 PM
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I can make my wife mad by just walking in the room. Some of us got it some don’t cool


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Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318391
07/31/21 07:38 PM
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I know a short little guy who could pee over hay truck standing backwards….


Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: Pawnee] #7318392
07/31/21 07:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Pawnee
I can make my wife mad by just walking in the room. Some of us got it some don’t cool



cool


“What’s good for me may not be good for the weak minded.”
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Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: Leftlane] #7318437
07/31/21 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Leftlane
Originally Posted by Pawnee
I can make my wife mad by just walking in the room. Some of us got it some don’t cool



cool

I have the gift as well!


"Hyar's the beaver. Whar's the likker?"
Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318472
07/31/21 09:28 PM
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I don't think anything is crazy. When my daughter was little she got warts on her hands. I was gonna have to ask a doctor about getting them removed. Visiting with an elderly lady I mentioned it, she said bring her by and let me look. She rubbed a penny on them while saying something. Week later they were all gone. Some things you don't need to understand, I reckon

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318510
07/31/21 10:13 PM
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I thought about mentioning talking the fire out of a burn on the other thread, but the normal haters showed up. Have any of yall heard of it. I know of 2 cases myself.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: JOCO1995] #7318544
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Originally Posted by JOCO1995
I thought about mentioning talking the fire out of a burn on the other thread, but the normal haters showed up. Have any of yall heard of it. I know of 2 cases myself.

Havent heard that one but would like to, Being a Historian i love hearing of stuff like this , as far back as i have been reading of healings ,A ancient orientally doctor ( Li Shizhen ) was reported of bring dead back to life , And ( Hua Tuo ) was preforming surgery's with anesthesiology in the year 200 AD. makes you wonder what God gave use before we ruined it. But of coarse they started killing people in Europe for practicing witch craft and sorcery in the 1300s when they very well could have be carrying out healing practices.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318558
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A member of my family (now deceased) fell against a wood stove as a child and sizzled the side of his face terribly. Grandma carried him to an older lady who spoke something over it. His pain went away and he healed without a scar at all. I have heard it mentioned many times to the same effect, but not recently.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318573
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Fanny Crosby that wrote "Blessed Assurance" was only 2 months old when she had an eye infection. Their family doctor was out of town and couldn't be reached. A stranger that claimed to have some medical knowledge and convinced her mother to let him put a mustard plaster on her eyes. He burned her cornea's off both eyes and she was blind for life.
Her life story is very interesting.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318597
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Originally Posted by logger coffey
Originally Posted by JOCO1995
I thought about mentioning talking the fire out of a burn on the other thread, but the normal haters showed up. Have any of yall heard of it. I know of 2 cases myself.

Havent heard that one but would like to, Being a Historian i love hearing of stuff like this , as far back as i have been reading of healings ,A ancient orientally doctor ( Li Shizhen ) was reported of bring dead back to life , And ( Hua Tuo ) was preforming surgery's with anesthesiology in the year 200 AD. makes you wonder what God gave use before we ruined it. But of coarse they started killing people in Europe for practicing witch craft and sorcery in the 1300s when they very well could have be carrying out healing practices.


https://unmaskedhistory.com/2019/09...dition-of-talking-out-the-fire/#more-449

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318610
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My Grandmas sister on my moms side married a faith healer. All went well until she came down with appendicitis and he let her lay in bed 4 days til she died. Which was a shame because my Grandma on my dads side had 2 brothers that were both surgeons.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: beaverpeeler] #7318652
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
Originally Posted by Pawnee
I can make my wife mad by just walking in the room. Some of us got it some don’t cool




I have the gift as well!

Dang..... And I thought I was unique in this gift

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318672
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I lived with some friends is SE Kentucky for a bit in my early 20s Outside Harlan, little camp called Chevrolet Ky. We was working at Yancy Coal. Early one Sunday morning my buddies and me went to with his granny to her little church. Oh boy! I have never ever seen folks flopping on the floor speaking gibberish, waving arms. The main guy was called the seventh son, I think. That was 40 years ago. I lived there 6 months and decided the coal mines were not for me. I did love exploring the mountains and learning the culture though. Many abandoned homesteads and coal camps along with good homemade liquor that I still keep on hand to this day.


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Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: logger coffey] #7318689
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I once heard of a man that could take full skunk pods and grind them and survive without a divorce.

Re: Beyond the water witching thread [Re: Bob Jameson] #7318717
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
I once heard of a man that could take full skunk pods and grind them and survive without a divorce.

Lmbo some have the gift some don't. Maybe it was the pods that gave me the power......I will share a secret to the power...... keep ur mouth shut while grinding

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