Sun better rise tomorrow, gotta pay the truck note, although, if it doesnt, guess it wouldnt matter anyway.
I have alot of people tell me I think too deeply on things, but I read alot, maybe I bring up questions that I know folks cant explain, I like the idea of lifes mysteries, things here that dont seem right, mysteries of the Planet. Personally if they werent meant to be a mystery, and for us to seek the truth, they wouldnt be there.
I spent alot of time in Cemeteries, Haunted Battlefields, cataloged hours and hours of EVP's, and Im not talking about someone scratching, or some bump, but real voices, this one place I spend alot of time at, the more I go to it, the more experiences I have there, been visiting the house for years, The House was used as a Civil War Hospital, and the last time I went, something happened that so far has scared me into not going back for awhile.
I want to email you about this?
In the past 15 years of doing my own investigations, spending nights alone in cemeteries, has been really interesting.
Post by Jennifer-LaSpirits on Jan 4, 2011 2:20:59 GMT -5
I know I'm coming in the discussion, probably in the middle, end or what have you, lol! But I see you mentioned asking pastors about paranormal occurrences. I saw a documentary, a few nights ago, on the History Channel. This argument goes so far back into the middle ages. People, who were thought to be possessed, some were some were not, however, it became a contest between the Catholics and the Prodistants, whose faith was correct, if they were to successfully exorcise the possessed person. They did so by basically beating the "devil" out of them, and eventually Prodistants fell away from it, to an extint. While all the different religions have their own ways, the Catholics are the front leaders. I was raised southern baptist, and when the subject of ghosts come up, it's all demons that are pretending to approach you in a manner in which is acceptable by you, to draw you into hell. Therefore, you don't acknowledge or accept, you just say a prayer to banish it. I guess they perceive it to be playing with the devil. I rambled on and on, I hope it makes sense! Lol!
Post by paranormalis50 on Jan 4, 2011 12:03:45 GMT -5
Hi, Jenn. My additional comment?? 2:20 AM ?? You are dedicated to work so late. (Early?)
And yes, the debates have raged for 100's of years. And the interesting additional part is the part of those who believed they were possessed, but weren't. ( ?, by whose authority/judgment, not possessed?) The symptoms are almost the same, very close, if not identical. The easiest "correct" cure? Exorcism. The subconscious mind believes it is the cure. Therefore, the subconscious mind clears the symptoms once the "cure" is applied. This exorcism of the non-possessed, again by whose opinion, has been controversial, by argument the non-possessed should not be exorcised. The Anglicans seem to be the more enlightened about just doing the rite.