Is The Movie “It’s A Wonderful Life” Based On A True Story?

Would you believe the classic Frank Capra Christmas movie It’s A Wonderful Life is indeed based on many true stories! Supernatural stories that have formed a common urban legend known only among the paranormal community of psychics, seers, and mystics. One of these wondrous people gave Philip Van Doren Stern the idea for his story The Greatest Gift which eventually became It’s A Wonderful Life. It seems a number of people with suicidal thoughts have in fact had a metaphysical experience with their Guardian Angel. The interesting thing about this is the fact that everyone’s Guardian Angel is actually their own afterlife self who has ascended to Heaven outside of time as we know it. Who better would know us and be the perfect person to watch over us without it being embarrassing.

A loophole in the Supernatural Secrecy Pact allows a Guardian Angel to show themselves and convince the person not to commit suicide. Naturally, the exciting revelation of the Heavenly afterlife can be quite uplifting! Of course, they often send the sad soul to a Parallel Universe where they never existed or to the future to see how life would be without their presence. Particularly to show the negative effects of their self-destructive actions. The Angel usually convinces them that they actually make important differences in peoples lives whether they know it or not. They also learn that minute differences produce a Domino or Butterfly Effect that eventually affects millions or more over the course of several centuries!

When the person decides to live the Guardian Angel gains access to higher planes of reality. However, there are no earning of wings. All Angels have wings unless they descend to demonhood. In reality wings refers to paranormal powers. After the enchanted experience, the person who was helped loses conscious memory of the otherworldly experience as per the Supernatural Secrecy Pact. However, they retain sub-conscious memory thereby facilitating their drive to continue living. They know deep down they matter and are an essential element of life on Earth!

In times of future deep distress and overwhelming feelings of having no reason to exist, the memories resurface in vivid sleeping and waking dreams. This reinforcement of the importance of their existence causes a resurgence of positive feelings that allows a person to move forward with gleeful purpose.

Next time you watch It’s A Wonderful Life you may wonder if you had an enchanted event with your Guardian Angel? With yourself! Merry Christmas from everyone here at Mystic Investigations!

See Also The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

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