Update and Some Paranormalogistically Related Thoughts

It has been a while since I actually wrote anything for this blog except for reposting a few excellent pieces from fellow bloggers. However, I have had some things rolling around in my head for a while and if I don’t get some of it out, my head may explode. My other life…maintaining a country property, flower and vegetable gardens, and some chronic health conditions, have kept me continuously fatigued and in no way eager to do any kind of writing. I do have a few things I’m working on and will post those here when they are ready. I do expect to keep on reblogging interesting and well-written articles. I do this daily in other social media outlets and see no reason not to share what I can here as well. I entirely believe in spreading the word and as it goes, I read voraciously every time I get a break. In fact, I escape into the paranormal, universal and quantum sciences as a way to unwind, relax and enjoy myself and as a reward for working through another tiring and painful day. A couple of things I want to say here have just been bugging me for a while and are not so much rants as a heads up. So here goes.

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Do NOT buy used paranormal investigation equipment. I don’t care if you know the people who are selling it and trust them completely. Used equipment has been over used, abused, hooked, unhooked and put away wet time after time. By the time you get this stuff you can look forward to a dvr hard drive crash, batteries that won’t hold a charge, and others errors and break downs due to the rough road these electronics have already traveled. You might have scored an incredible deal on that fully loaded dvr but let a hard drive go down or something fry the whole damn thing and you have the expense of fixing it at a ridiculous fee and it will end up costing as much or more as a new unit would have. Buy it new with a warranty and if it fails then you might have some way to get it fixed without it killing your wallet. In the mean time, take care of what you have folks. This stuff doesn’t come cheap and it really isn’t meant for the uses and reuses we put it through, so be gentle with your “ghost hunting” gadgets.

I do think I’m just about done using the word “afterlife”. I believe I’ll start going with “nextlife”. The word afterlife has been so over said and prostituted by the news media, television and internet and delcared gazillions of times by paranormal investigators, including myself. The word itself makes no real sense to those of us who believe in life after physical bodily death…and parallel dimensions, alternate timelines and multiple universes. It indicates that the afterlife is later in time, whereas, the nextlife indicates another life next to this one, anywhere in time and immediately adjacent to or beside this physical life. I mean to say that this life and the next life and the previous life and on and on…are all next to each other rather than one after another. Maybe the word has just grated on me long enough just like the above detested “ghost hunter” reference.

Spelling. I recently received a request on a favorite social media website and when I went to check their profile, I found a two line description with four spelling errors. I did not scroll down to look at anything else, I just left. This particular group didn’t impress me as being the brightest lightbulbs in the package. Now hey…I’ll like just about any para page you can throw at me but seriously. There really is no excuse for this laziness in communication. I’ve seen this sloppy spelling and grammar increase a great deal recently and I just don’t understand why. I know I take creative license a lot with punctuation, especially commas, but it doesn’t look like a first grader wrote it either. So if you are not 100 percent sure how to spell something, look it up. Same goes for proof reading your work before you put it out there. Find the typos and fix them. If you want to be taken seriously at the outset, you cannot write that you are “A paranormul teem with grate skil for finding yor gosts and helping yor famly. We do no chagre for are survises we are hear to help yoo.” Ok…that may be a bit over the top but not by much from what I’ve seen around the net lately. Have some respect for yourselves folks, educate your mind. If you ever find a misspelled word or typographical error in my work, please let me know. Poetry doesn’t count 😉

So… since it seems that I am getting a whole lot more reading done than writing, I would love it if you posted a link to your paranormalogistically related blog or website in the comment section below. I will get to it eventually and very often I find something I will repost all over the place so bring it on. You can find me on the social media links to the right of this post, and there you’ll find tons of articles and blog posts that you won’t find here. And if you would like to add to the thoughts above please feel free to say what’s on your mind.

Is Ghost Hunting Thinning The Veil Between Dimensions?

If you’ve been doing paranormal research seriously for any length of time then you have probably noticed that you are capturing more and better evidence as time passes.  Over time and serious investigation I believe you open a doorway or gateway to yourself as a means to an end for the spirits.  Communication or manifestation being the end result.  I think the entities have to be able to trust you to a certain point to put forth the energy needed to manifest. And your personal energy has a lot to do with that.  Why would they waste energy on someone who was just playing at ghost hunting or could not control their emotional fears and ran (run dude!) at the first creek of a floorboard or a shadow passing by?

Just think, ghost research has become so popular world wide and all these people are investigating and watching and listening very closely to what is going on around them–concentrating their energy to experience a paranormal occurance.  All this must create its’ own form of energy.  And if spirits need an energy source to manifest…well then…..

I think our persistance in exploring the field of survival after bodily death is thinning the veil between dimensions and other worlds.  And I’m not just talking about ghosts, I’m talking about ufo’s and aliens, bigfoot, mothman, residual and object hauntings, attachments, psychic phenomena in all it’s beautiful range. The list could go on.

My experience thus far leads me to believe I have definately been noticed by our friends on the other side and that I am gaining their trust in my pursuit of answers as well as trying to get it out there and let people know what I am finding and feeling.  In fact, it’s getting to the point where I can capture evp almost anytime I turn on my recorder, wherever I may be.  I’m not saying everywhere I go is haunted but that it doesn’t seem to matter where you are if you have established a link.  And if they (the entities) can read minds like I feel they can, then they know ahead of time when you are going to record, film, take pictures, whatever. If you’ve ever gotten an answer before you asked the question, you get what I’m saying about the mind-reading.  Of course this phenomenon may have something to do with the discoveries in string theory or more recently m-theory but I’ll not get into that here.

I’ve read and heard of others worrying over this, bothered by seemingly becoming noticed by our deceased friends.  I say, don’t worry…that’s what you’re doing this for right?  To establish some sort of communication?  To find out what’s going on, figure out how any of this is even possible?  You should feel good about yourself for gaining the trust of the spirit world and opening up mentally and emotionally to their communications. If you keep the positive and respectful personal energy flowing then you will be a successful paranormal investigator- that is, if you stick it out, open the portal and establish the link.

If you are capturing more and increasingly better evidence as you explore and research, then I believe you are helping to thin whatever is separating us from profound and skeptic-convincing discoveries.

But this is just what I know to be true from my perspective and is just one of my theories.

Now I want to know if you have experienced some of these things in your investigations of the unknown.

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A Paranormalogistically Sound Mind

I’m new to this blogging thing so I’ll get a couple things out of the way. This blog is geared primarily to the paranormal (I really hate that word), and the odd and bizarre although it’s hard to tell what might turn up in here. My mind wanders sometimes. 😉

Here are just a few things I’m interested in and it’s not to just talk about me. It’s to let you in on a little of how my mind works and maybe I can feel more like a person to you than just another blogger.

I enjoy reading, researching the paranormal, ghost hunting (yes there is a difference), psychology, behaviour analysis, quantum physics, music, internet. Gourmet & flavored coffees. Writing short short stories, poetry and lyrics, articles and blogs…journaling. Remembering my dreams and astral travel. Messing around with computers and programs…fractals, candles, aromatherapy, watching the sun set and rise…waterfalls, trees, rain, thunder & lightening…

Ok, good enough. I do not and will not assume to be an expert on any of the above topics because I’m not. Most of what you will find out there on the paranormal, in its’ broad scope, is opinion…much of it highly qualified and I am here to express my opinion. This is where I will do some thinking. This is where I’ll let my hair down, so to speak, and to speak my mind.

Please feel free to stop by and introduce yourself and leave a comment. It takes all of our opinions to come up with….more opinions. I found a quote today that sums up a profound line of thinking.

“The only difference between superstition and belief is attitude!” by Dr. Patrick W. Gainer

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But facebook is where I post most of my paranormal (there’s that dang word again) links, and when I post to twitter it posts to linked-in as well. I will be adding some of those links to this blog in the future but I’m just now starting to figure out how to work wordpress, so…have a wonderful Sunday afternoon and I will return soon with some kind of thing or another. 🙂