September 12, 2019 at 6:03 pm #307762
Do you know of any double blind designed research that can support any of these seemingly supernatural assertions?September 12, 2019 at 6:09 pm #307763@3point14ratParticipant
Do you know of any double blind designed research that can support any of these seemingly supernatural assertions?
All of them are.
(‘Double blind’ means that both researchers are functionally blind, right?)October 2, 2019 at 10:42 am #309493@jewleeParticipant
You are a target and your room mate is your handler. You are part, as we all are, of a Devine comedy entertaining the eye in the sky. You are being forced to wake up. Check out kundalini awakening. It is not in your mind it is real. Yes they (who are they) have been following you for centuries. We were here before (Harry styles song sign of the times) it’s your experience, your story… don’t believe me, go and seek your own truth…… you’ll see for yourself… every subject has an esoteric … feel your own truth… read the Emerald Tablets… check out Gnosis and Hermetic teachings… listen to vim hoff and practice his breathing techniques and yoga… it’s all about the breath… it’s all about your soul… research astral projection and research the sacred secretion… listen to the truth put in god bits of music… watch the devils advocate… good luck in your enlightenment.October 3, 2019 at 12:18 am #309564@jewleeParticipant
You are NOT mentally ill… your synchronicity‘s are truth experiences. It’s the universe speaking to you. You are awake, enlightened! Embrace it. I get them all the time. I’ll be thinking of something then suddenly a song comes on the radio coinciding with my thoughts then suddenly I’ll see a bill board that Synchronizes with the song on the radio and the thoughts in my head… And then immediately after the third synchronicity, I’m seeing a license plate, then the side of a semi truck has the same message that I’m hearing in the radio & that I see on a billboard… this happens to me all day every day. You need to start meditating and concentrating on your chakras to spin them. You need to read about astral projection, kundalini awakening and the sacred secretion. Then read the Emerald Tablets. I listen to YouTube audio books. Get rid of fear and doubt because it affects the law of attraction. Listen to Santos Bonacci explain the occult secrets of the as above, so below and as with in so with out… do not believe the professionals who debunk you experiences by calling you mentally ill … we are pure light energy beings. Energy cannot be created not destroyed… only transferred! So that means we’ve been here before but in a different bodily experience. Hindus believe in reincarnation so did the Ancient Egyptians … every song on the radio sings about astral projection. Believe in your own truth… it’s a feeling! Research the Nag Hammati Library and listen audio books on Gnosis and Hermetic teachings… start doing Vim Hoff breathing techniques… you’re not alone, you’re part of the 1% of the population that’s waking up… good luck in your Enlightenment.October 17, 2019 at 5:43 pm #310616
There are such things as psychic attacks. I live in a house that was haunted, and I removed the spirit by spraying sage reiki spray in every corner and thoroughly cleaning the house. I also use the spray on my body and or eyelids to get rid of nightmares. I would suggest saging your home, using a crystal such as moldavite or kyanite, and doing some light meditations. Good luck!October 17, 2019 at 5:50 pm #310617
Does the phrase: “Superstitious mumbo jumbo” mean anything to anyone on this thread?October 17, 2019 at 5:53 pm #310618
TimB unless you have experienced a haunting, do not comment on it. It hurt me for around 5 years.October 17, 2019 at 10:03 pm #310619
If I had experienced a haunting, I might not consider it to be “mumbo jumbo”. But my life experiences so far, suggest that there is no such thing as the supernatural. And that the belief in the supernatural is spread and encouraged for various reasons (most usually manipulative reasons). Bbbb, I don’t wish for you or anyone to be in pain. However, I consider superstition to be an overall detriment to human society.
Btw, telling me not to comment could be a good way to insure that I will provide a comment.October 18, 2019 at 3:28 pm #310667
Nobody has ever experienced a haunting because there is no such thing. Dead things are dead. So, I guess that means nobody can comment on it?
There is no such thing as magic, and that includes ghosts and monsters. Crystals are pretty rocks that poor people can afford. Nothing more. Being pretty doesn’t give them magical powers. Ghosts are not allergic to sage. It’s cumin they hate. Didn’t you watch RIPD? If I had “experienced a haunting” I would be currently working to doctors and psychologists to find out what was wrong with me. Contrary to popular believe there have been plenty of scientific studies into the paranormal. You just don’t hear about them because their findings (nothing at all) were boring. This crystal-hugging, voodoo spouting mumbo jump has failed EVERY test ever given to it, without ONE exception. It’s bunk. If you truly believe that you are so super-special that you have some special, secret knowledge hidden from science then you are the truest of fools.October 18, 2019 at 3:50 pm #310668
I got rid of a demon using sage spray. Believe what you want because I am too secure in myself to care what anybody in this thread thinks. Sage is used for a ritual called smudging. Look up smudging on google.October 18, 2019 at 4:59 pm #310672
That’s a common mistake you people make. You think because I don’t believe this crap I don’t know anything about it. I don’t have to look up smudging. I am quite familiar with it. I got the nickname I am using here from a book by Aliester Crowley. His poem, “The Devil’s Conversion” from the book Konx Om Pax is my favorite poem, though I always found Israel Regardi’s book The Golden Dawn to be a much easier read. Crowley really liked to screw with the reader and you could never tell when he was being serious or pulling your leg. Though it’s all crap, Rosicrucianism will always be a little special to me. Wicca, however, is a WHOLE LOT easier to practice as it requires symbols of things, not specific things. An aspirin will work as a symbol for healing in a ritual, for instance, instead of having to form a pentacle specifically out of bees wax, required for pretty much every ritual done inside the intricate circle of symbols which some people spend their whole lives choosing.
And smudge sticks only work on spirits, not demons. Demons are much more powerful and generally require a specialist to dispatch. So no, even by your own voodoo, you did not get rid of a demon with a smudge stick. Though they do smell nice. The little bits of hot coals popping off as you wander around the house can be problematic, though.October 18, 2019 at 10:06 pm #310683
I’ve been smudged a couple of times. I like it. But there is nothing supernatural about it.October 18, 2019 at 10:28 pm #310685@laustenKeymaster
I’ve done all this stuff. I find it most enriching when it’s done with people who respect the symbols but don’t revere them. You can know that what you’re doing has a rich and deep tradition and also know that it is nothing more than burning leaves or a loaf of bread. The magic doesn’t come from the flame or the crumbs, it comes from the sharing of the experience, the willingness to drop your pretensions about being special or worrying about who’s outfit is better and repeat something that has been repeated for thousands of years, knowing you are no better and no worse than all those ancestors.October 21, 2019 at 3:47 pm #310784
I used to have a little kit with my purple candles, sage smudge stick, lighter and I’m pretty sure a few odds and ends in it. People used to call me on occasion to dispatch troublesome specters for them. Those I heard back from sang my praises at how good I was at getting rid of the spirits. Looking back today it’s a little embarrassing that I fell for that crap. It was about 30 years ago, in my mid to late teens, in my defense.
But, it is a little fun to pull out when people simply assume that I don’t believe in this garbage because I don’t know anything about it. I had hundreds of dollars in magic books, I did the meditations (cool as hell, by the way!), I did the rituals. To my credit, though, I have never seen a ghost, nor believed I had, nor any magic that I was certain or even strongly believed was real.October 28, 2019 at 1:33 pm #311389@curiousskepticParticipant
Stuff loke this is why i remain skeptical. Like knowing something about someone was far fetched to me when i posted about it. But seeimg through someones eyes and stuff. Thats just… that seems a bit out there
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