The Mystery of the Veiled Ring

Posted on 17 August 2009


Initial Ring D

Do you believe in Ghosts?  I do! There is a great deal of truth conveyed in the old adage “seeing is believing.”  And, having been visited by my grandmother about six years after she passed away made a believer out of me.  Since then, I’ve taken to reading ghost stories (true accounts) and have gone on Ghost Tours in the many cities I have visited.  Other than seeing the apparition of my grandmother, I cannot report any such striking experiences with the paranormal.  Yet, in everyday life, I am frequently reminded of my connection with family members who have passed from this plane of existence.

 

In 2000, my mother, Rita, died suddenly.  We were very close and still are.  Although I do not see her, I know she is there, and, more significantly, she has a unique way of conveying to me that which she wants me to know.  Shortly thereafter, in 2002, my cousin Robert died, also suddenly.  He was only 43 years old and the youngest in our family of 10 cousins.  After his death, his sister, for reasons unknown to me, visited a psychic.  Although many people choose to employ psychics to communicate with deceased loved ones, I have and would never consider doing it.  I believe in letting my mom rest in peace.  If she wants to reveal something to me, I know that she will do so. 

 

When my cousin’s session with the psychic ended, she phoned me immediately.  She was anxious to tell me that the psychic indicated to her that my mother and her brother were together, they often go to my aunt’s house in Wildwood, and there were several things that my mother wanted my cousin to tell me.  Most of what my cousin told me was just a confirmation of things I had been telling my sister about our mom since her death.  At the end of our conversation, she mentioned that my mother wanted me to give my cousin a ring that was in her jewelry box.  For the longest time, I could not even think of parting with any of my mother’s belongings; so, I just ignored that portion of what my cousin had said.  Neither she nor I brought the subject up again.

 

In May, around the time of my cousin’s birthday, I told my sister that I was thinking of going through my mom’s jewelry box to see if I might discover the ring she wanted me to give our cousin.  I’ve been through the box many times and often wear my mom’s jewelry but have never had any serious thoughts about giving my cousin a ring.  My sister, a non-believer in psychic phenomena just said “do what you want.”  As soon as I opened the box, I knew – without a doubt – the ring that my mom wanted me to give my cousin.  “It’s this one!” I said as I handed the pretty gold initial ring to my sister.  Neither I nor my sister had ever seen this ring before.  From where it came is a mystery to both of us.  One thing is certain:  it did not belong to our mother.  We both agreed, however, that our cousin should have it.  Why were we so sure that this particular ring was the one which our mom wanted us to give to our cousin?   The ring, you see, was configured as the initial “D” and our cousin’s first name is Diane – the only of the 10 cousins whose name begins with a “D.”

 

If you doubt in the existence of the spirit world, remember the story of this ring.  It should make a believer out of you.





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6 Responses to “The Mystery of the Veiled Ring”

  1. Editor says:

    We at Write On New Jersey welcome our newest author, Janis Z., who has written this spellbinding tale of the paranormal. We hope this will be but the first of a number of entertaining and informative articles. Well done!

  2. Gio says:

    If matter cannot be destroyed, only altered, it stands to reason that our lives do not end when we pass from this plane. I believe this and still, your story was amazing.

  3. Candy says:

    This was a truly wonderful story illustrating that the bond of love cannot be broken at death.

  4. mae says:

    I think that somethimes a person may not be able to rest until they finsh something that may of been on their mind before they passed away.
    Sometimes the ghost may feel like they have to guide someone who had been in their life to make a particular choice that the ghost knows is the right one.

    Love the show Ghost Whisperer.

  5. Tom says:

    An inspiring story, they say people who communicate with spirits have a gift. Great story! Uncle Tom

  6. Cherene says:

    Awesome article! I really do believe that we get little messages here on Earth from our loved ones after they pass. Just little reminders and confirmations that they are still watching over us.


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