3am the veil is the thinnest between our world and the spiritual becareful searching for answers during this time it is very dangerous because searching during this time u can welcome something very bad in trust me i learned this from experience if u awake at 3am pray i begin with praying to God as always but then a second prayer to archangel michael to protect me and uriel to destroy any evil it has always given me a feeling of warmth and relaxation during this time if any of these issues continue such as the light turning on i suggest a rosary by your bed side as well as your boys a bible never hurts and if anything worse then that occours surround yourself and your children with white light such as the LED light in your phone or led night lightsView Thread
3am is a very interesting time significance of it can be noted by many people its believed that the veil between our world and the spiritual is the thinnest but may i stress during this time if u feel like u are waiting for something be careful what you welcome i suggest pray strongly to God and the angels during this timeView Thread
3am is believed to be the time where the siritual world is closest to our own u may be experiencing something supernatural prayer is def the answer here i keep a rosary and a bible next to my head at night it has helped with reducing my number of 3am wake upsView Thread
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