A few days ago I received a message from Jane, Vincent’s mom (not their real names for purposes of privacy). She told me he said, I know Uncle Ant is sad. He needs to tell the story.
It’s true… I’ve been upset. I went through so much to get the book published, feeling as though the entity in the doll has been fighting tooth and nail to stop me. I knew what he was talking about when he said I’m “sad.” (It does freak me out that he knew that, but it’s not unusual. He’s typically aware of my moods.) I had no idea what story he was referring to as far as the “story” so I wrote back and asked her to ask him.
I received these messages from Vincent’s mom this morning –
Ok was having a chat to [Vincent] … he says the story you need to tell is about the people you are helping. I asked who,he said the one’s Uncle Ant is helping get back home to the sunshine with the biggest smile.
I then asked another question, I can’t even remember what I asked as his answer throw me …he said,’It doesn’t want me to see mummy. It keeps showing darkness so I can’t do it. It doesn’t want me to get in the way!’
I left it at that as he seemed to be getting a bit restless.
That threw me too as Vincent can only draw what he sees, and drawing is the way he communicates best as to what’s going on as far as how I need to be aware of with the doll. Well, I’ll follow his advice. Since I revealed the identity of the entity in my book, I’ll start working on writing, and telling, what I know about three of the four spirits in the doll. The one who calls himself, “Harold,” and two of the three held captive with him.
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