Third Eye: Spirit in Church

Tapah is a small town in the state of Perak in Malaysia. This town is considered as the main entry point into the old Cameron Highlands route, which is a winding and narrow road uphill. It has a population of only 30,000 people. Linus Chen’s girlfriend, Ginny is from Tapah, actually it is her grandparents home. Although Linus and Ginny stay and work in Penang, and they occasionally visit Ginny’s grandparent at their home in Tapah, Perak.

Linus Chen was to be one of those people who was born with the “Third Eye”. The Third Eye is so called and are used to learn how to sense and visually interpret energy around us. That is, although his normal eyes cannot see anything unusual but his mind can see can see what others do not see.

Anyway, this is his story concerning his tales about Tapah in the state Perak, Malaysia. Ginny’s grandparents lived in an old single-storey bungalow. One time, Linus was sleeping in the back room at Ginny’s grandparents’ and he had to go to the toilet at the back of the bungalow. When he walking to the toilet, although he could not see anything unusual, he felt the presence of a dark entity who was reeking of a horrible and deadly smell.

When he asked Ginny the next day whether the room is haunted, she answered yes and before her grandparents moved to their house, the owner commited suicide. Another instance, Linus believe in the 3rd eye ability, was when he went to a church with his girlfriend. As he was in church, he saw many spirits floating everywhere and he could see that most spirits were from different denominations or religions.

Linus can “see” lesser and more powerful spirits even good and bad spirits. Not only that, he has confirmed with his “sifu” (religious master), that the most powerful spirit is what he called as “spirit in-charge of the church”. This is what he personally believed.

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