Notice above Venus is to the right of the moon. It is a brilliant dot.
Tito also experienced seeing the ghost in his house. The term seeing is often used when there is a perception beyond the ordinary five senses. This term may describe literally seeing or a combination of sensory experiences. In the following description, you may discover ways that you see and perceive that you translate to seeing.
Our eyes contain different ways that we see. The cones in our eyes give us our day vision and seeing colors. The rods in our eyes allow us to see at night and begin to become active at dusk. This part of our eye is sensitive to movement, as well. We are trained to be most responsive to what we perceive through our cones. This may be considered a culturization that eliminates the perceptions that are present from the rods. It is through our rods that we catch something moving out of the corner of our eye. And if you are in a lighted room where it simulates dusk you will be more inclined to perceive auras and other phenomena. When people see ghosts, they may be literally seeing with their rods, which occurs in dim or 'between' lighting. They may also translate the term seeing from their perception, which becomes an image that can be an internal awareness or knowing.
The famous anthropologist Claude Levi-Strauss (1908 –2009) discovered long ago, ancient mariners used abilities we have forgotten. Ancient mariners navigated in the day light by sighting Venus, which is still visible, now, all the time in the day. But we can no longer see it! The rods of your eyes have abilities to perceive, and do, but we have been acculturated to filter out what we see like Venus in the daytime. Noticing your peripheral vision, at dusk, dawn and in between lighting can begin to develop this awareness.