I had a psychic friend access the akashic records to find out things about the past present and future. But in order to go there you have to sacrifice something. Well my friend revealed two more past lives that I hadn’t remembered because one of them I was an animal. Then he said something about 2 more kids I would have and after that something wonderful would happen and I would be completely happen but he withheld that info from me and said “let the sleeping dogs lie”(which made me furious). Anyway he said the spirits here also said that spirits come to me in my dream(I am also psychic, not voluntary though) and I should not touch them or 1 of 2 things will happen: 1)I would not wake up and would be stuck in the dream world or 2) I would bring the creatures in my dream out into reality. That’s creepy and I don’t think its possible, but now that I think about it, I don’t touch things in my dream and if I did I don’t do it for long. So anyway after he returned, he had a massive headache and threw up black…something. He didn’t eat anything that color that day nor was he sick prior to this. He never threw up stuff like that before either. What is the meaning of this?

For the super logical, here’s a site referance for this:


The akashic records (akasha is a Sanskrit word meaning “sky”, “space” or “aether”) is a term used in theosophy (and Anthroposophy) to describe a compendium of mystical knowledge encoded in a non-physical plane of existence. These records are described as containing all knowledge of human experience and the history of the cosmos. They are metaphorically described as a library; other analogues commonly found in discourse on the subject include a “universal computer” and the “Mind of God”. People who describe the records assert that they are constantly updated and that they can be accessed through astral projection. The concept originated in the theosophical movements of the 19th century. It is frequently used in New Age discourse.

Claims made by those advocating the existence of akashic records cannot be empirically tested, and therefore fall outside the jurisdiction of scientific inquiry.[1]