By Billy Hammond (Copyright AELS)

Way back in the 1980’s a student invited me to spend the long weekend at her parent’s home in a prefecture in Central Japan.

We arrived at her home late in the evening and I had a nice time drinking with her older brother and father. I went to bed quite late and was awakened by a loud noise in the corridor that sounded like someone was stomping on the floor. The noise continued for about 10 minutes before suddenly stopping.

The next morning I told my student about it and she asked her brother what it was. He said that they had no idea of what was making the noise, but that it occurred several times a week.

I decided to try and find out what it was and meditated in the room next to the corridor where the noise had been the loudest. I got an image of a warrior in a greenish summer kimono and an old grave.

I used my ki to scan the house and its surroundings and found two round rocks on display on a board in the garden. I knew that they were somehow related to the noise and noticed that they both had moss growing on them. I flipped the rocks over to see what would happen.

That night the noise was worse than the night before. I rushed to the hallway where the sounds were coming from but couldn’t see anything.

The next morning I checked the rocks and the moss told me they’d been re-positioned. By that time, I was pretty sure that one of them was part of the gravestone tower I’d seen in my vision. I thought about using psychometry to read the rocks, but decided against it because they both possessed quite a bit of energy and I didn’t want to excite them. I told my student and she asked her father if she could have the rocks. He assented and I put the rocks in a shopping bag and we took them to a large temple nearby. I walked around the spacious grounds and found a tree with similar rocks under it. I somehow knew that the rocks would be happy there, so we left them among the other rocks.

The noises stopped that night and never occurred again.

転がる墓石

1980年代の3連休、私の英会話の生徒が中部地方にある実家に招いた。夜に着いてから、彼女のお父さんとお兄さんと酒飲んで楽しく話した後、遅く床についた。朝の3時頃大きなゴロゴロの音で起こされた。音が10分ほど続いてから突然止まった。

翌朝生徒に音の話しをすると彼女はお兄さんに聞いた。彼はその原因は全く分からないが、週2回ほどの頻度で聞こえると語った。

それを調べるために音が最も大きかった隣の部屋に瞑想した。夏着物姿の武士と古いお墓のイメージが浮かんだ。

気でその家の内外をスキャンすると、庭の板の上に2個の丸い石を見つけた。その石は音と関連していることが勘で解った。両方の石に苔が生えていた。好奇心で石を逆さにて戻した。

その夜、前の晩より音が大きかった!慌てて音の発生中心の通路を見たが、何も見えなかった。

朝一に石を調べた。苔の位置が異なっていたので動いたに違いない!一瞬、サイコメトリーで石を読もうと思ったが、石からかなりのエネルギーを感じた。これ以上刺激しても意味がないと判断して諦めた。生徒に石が音の原因だと説明すると、彼女はお父さんに石をくれるように頼んだ。許可を得てから石を買物袋に入れて近くの大きなお寺に行った。境内を歩いて立派な木の下に似た石が敷いているところを見つけた。そこなら石が満足すると分かった。私達は2個の石をそこに置いた。

その夜から転がる音が消えた!

By Billy Hammond (Copyright AELS)

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Books published by AELS (AELS出版書籍)

魔女学院&光塾:魔女ガールズの冒険

原作&翻訳:ビレー ハモンド

日本語編集:伊庭野れい子

Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku – Japanese Witch Schools – English Edition (魔女学院&光塾(英語)

By Billy Hammond

迷える魔女の戦い (魔女学院&光塾シリーズ第2)

原作&翻訳:ビレー ハモンド

日本語編集:伊庭野れい子

Lost Witch (Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku Series Book 2) – English Edition (迷える魔女: 魔女学院&光塾第2弾:英語版)

By Billy Hammond

幸せを運ぶ魔法のチャレンジ 魔女学院&光塾シリーズの第3(Fate & Magic Jp)

原作&翻訳:ビレー ハモンド

日本語編集:伊庭野れい子

“Fate & Magic” Majoh Gakuin & Hikari Juku Series – Japanese Witch Schools Book 3 – English Edition (幸せを運ぶ魔法のチャレンジの英語版)

By Billy Hammond

Regressed 「過去に生きて・・・」

原作&翻訳:ビレー ハモンド

日本語編集:伊庭野れい子

Regressed – English Edition

By Billy Hammond

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