Love comes in all different forms, not all of which most people are able to understand. Amethyst Realm does not expect people to understand the relationship between her and her current lover, nor does she expect anyone to fully believe its legitimacy. Yet, she seems to have found peace and happiness with the love she shares with her soulmate… emphasis on soul.
Realm, a medium with a sense for the supernatural plane, made headlines in late 2017 when she claimed that her engagement to her human fiancé ended when he caught her in the act of cheating on him with a ghost. She later went on to have more than 15 spiritual lovers. She described her sexual experiences with the undead on the British program This Morning.
She recently returned to This Morning to announce that she has found love again and is looking to settle down with her ancient poltergeist partner, who proposed to her after nine months together.
Realm went on to describe the most essential moments she has spent with her ghostly lover, including their initial meeting in the Australian Bush, the first time he spoke to her (in his “deep, sexy” voice) for his proposal, and their collective induction into the Mile High Club.
Not only is marriage on the horizon for the couple, but Realm intends to have a child with her ghostly fiancé as well. How might this be possible? She intends to conceive what is known as a phantom pregnancy, which she was sure to conduct plenty of research on.
“I believe a phantom pregnancy is a real pregnancy, but you have a phantom inside of you rather than a human baby,” she said. “The reason we don’t carry them to full term is the people who have them don’t comprehend it or think it’s possible.”
If her trust in and comprehension of the conception proves to be successful, would the birth result in a physical child?
“I hope so,” she said. “I hope through understanding my body I will be able to. I don’t know what it will turn out like. Whether it would be in human form or spirit form – I don’t know.”
Realm’s bizarre romance has either captured the hearts of some, including her family and friends, or faced the ridicule and disbelief of others.
It may sound easy to write off Realm’s claims as a cry for help or sign of delusion, but even we will admit that those of us who rely on dating apps or face-to-face meetings to seek companionship may be at a disadvantage to never experience the curious case of finding love on the spiritual plane. In an age in which love that challenges societal norms has achieved an enduring quality, perhaps hope does exist for Realm and her soon-to-be groom to enjoy a life of bliss until death do them… closer?
What do you think? Are Realm’s claims of ghostly romance a creative front for self-pleasure, or are you looking to start an inter-spiritual rights support group in her honor? Let us know in the comments below!