You can perform a Seance to communicate with the ghost, which basically means you have to have the ability of Necromancy.
First we have to establish just what a ghost is. Would it surprised you to know that there are a number of ghosts who appear in different forms. Let us first discuss the ghost which Satan conjures up. These are evil spirits which enter the body of a person who desires to serve Satan. Their bodies may be inhabited by the spirit of an evil spirit who resides with Satan.
Others are Ghost or spirits who are worthy people who have passed on, but are given some assignment to visit the earth, either to do the will of their father in Heaven by causing some calamity to warn the people, or who are to give some message to some living person.
There are three ways in which you can tell where these ghosts come from. A ghost, if from Satan, when asked to shake their hand your hand will pass through theirs. A righteous ghost will refuse but give their massage, while the other will be a resurrected being and so you will feel their hand.
Spirits can be asked to visit with you if your reason warrents it and God or Satan sanction it.
Within the depths of our minds are all the spirits one could wish for. They are the archetypes that represent various desires, fears and actions. One can use a black mirror in the dark to distort ones reflection into becoming one of these archetype spirits.
The short answer is that the Scientific community is on the fence when it comes to any Paranormal object, be it a ghost or otherwise. However, where once it was considered "fringe science", the serious investigation of Paranormal activity is now being pursued by many top Universities and Colleges, using scientific methodology and equipment. As we learn more, and more people with scientific backgrounds become involved, more theories on how ghosts manifest or where they exist will be proposed. Remember that Einstein's Theory of Relativity postulates an infinite number of alternate realities and many other things that most people don't believe in either - but are universally accepted by the scientific community, largely in part because many elements of his theory have been proven to be correct by scientific experiment.
Unknowledgeable people presenting bogus information as "evidence" has been a large problem for many people, as is just their own core beliefs, faith, or unwillingness to face the possibility that there's something other than Heaven or Hell. This was the problem in the past, and continues to be to this day. Groups claiming to be "Ghost Hunters" (unlike the TAPS group, which is a serious team) often put forth pictures and other "evidence" that is unclear and unverifiable at best. Few of these people have any real technical or scientific background, and each time it happens it creates even more skepticism. Even worse are the persistent hoaxers, and it's a lot easier today with moderate software to create effects that look good without closer inspection. I myself have analyzed purported EVP recordings which on the surface sounded real, but upon closer inspection were obviously faked. Same with pictures that are reported in the media; we looked at one case (myself and another Photoshop expert) where a picture was highly publicized at a local TV station. Upon close inspection, it was evident that the image was faked, albeit a very good one. Other things didn't add up as well in the entire story, and on the whole, it seemed more likely to be a ratings gimmick by the TV station as the reporter was present for the "photo".
Scientists, professional and amateur investigators, and just everyday people who have witnessed and seen ghosts are believers, but universal belief is based on evidence, and even with photographic, video and audio evidence, many people aren't yet willing to universally accept that ghosts exist. As one who has seen them, with evidence collected, I of course have no doubt, and it has caused me to rethink many things of a spiritual nature. There is a lot of evidence that tips the scale toward the existence of ghosts than there is to disprove they do. By evidence, I mean that which cannot be explained by any other cause.
I have no doubt that science will ultimately come to the realization of the existence of ghosts. Remember that science has often sworn that ancient species are extinct, only to be proven wrong when a specimen was found. The Coelacanth is a prime example of why no one should ever discount the possibility of something not being provable. Science long held the Coelacanth was extinct millions of years ago - only to be slammed when a live specimen was caught several decades ago.
We often consider ourselves smarter than we really are, and science, though often right, isn't always correct by a longshot. In the end, seeing is believing, and for anyone who has ever witnessed any type of entity, be it active or residual (a "recording" of an event that repeats and cannot interact with the viewer), there is no question of their existence. Remember too that even if science does prove their existence, not everyone will believe it either. There are still people who believe the Earth is flat, that we've never been to the Moon, and that the U.S. Navy supports an underwater alien base in the Bahamas. I can't tell you what the base is for in the Bahamas, but I've been there many times. I can say there isn't anything extraterrestrial going on, and like most highly classified military installations, activity there is kept secret for very good reasons, none of which has to do with aliens.
My advice is to do what many of us have done - start your own journey to determine for yourself if they exist or not, and keep an open mind when doing so. In the end, what YOU believe is really all that matters.
It's hard to tell which is the most supernaturealy active of all but I will list a few of the really busy ones. The Tower Of London, Gettysburg, The Myrtels Bed and Breakfast, Alcatraz Prison, Rose Red, and an Edinburgh castle that is said to be a portal to hell.
What you are about to read is based on true events that occurred on Friday the 13th of March 1987 at roughly 11:29pm. The woman in the story goes by the name of Mary Aldridge, who wrote a series about sightings she had had in the woodland where she lived. She dissappeared after officials found a letter discribing her fear of a possible 'reaping'. Mary Aldridge was never seen after this event. You may be alarmed by what you read.
Once there was a woman called Mary who went out in the woods to dig up some roots to cook for her dinner. She spotted something funny sticking out of the leaves and dug around until she uncovered a human toe. Mary was extremely hungry, she hadn't eaten a proper meal for weeks, there was some good juicy meat on that toe which she thought would make a delicious dinner. So Mary put it in her basket and took it home to her cottage in the woods.
When she got back to her cottage, Mary boiled up a pot full of this toe meat and it slowly simmered into a soup like mixture, which she ate for dinner that night. It was the best meal she'd had in weeks! Mary then went to bed that night with a full stomach and a big smile on her yellow teeth.
Along about midnight, a cold wind started blowing in the tops of the trees around her house. Local officials reported new of a large black cloud or some sort of stom covering the sky above. Mary awoke and peered out of her window. She says she may have gone mad, but she knows she could a hear a strained croaking. The words seemed odd, it was is if someone was whispereing, "Hairy toe! Hairy toe! I want my hairy toe!"
Inside the house, Mary stirred uneasily in her bed and nervously pulled the covers up over her ears.
From the woods there came a loud thud noise as the wind whistled and jerked at the treetops.
She could hear the hollow whisper once again, coming from the clearing in the Forrest accross from her cottage, "Hairy toe! Hairy toe! I want my hairy toe!" Inside the house, Mary shuddered and turned over in her sleep.
A stomp, stomp, stomping sound came from the garden path outside the cottage.
The night creatures shivered in their burrows as a hollow voice howled: "Hairy toe! Hairy toe! I want my hairy toe!"
Inside the house, Mary snapped awake. Her whole body shook with fright as she listened to the breathy noises in her garden. Jumping out of bed, she ran to the door and barred it. Once the cottage was secure, she lay back down to sleep.
Mary the saw the front door of the cottage burst open with a bang, snapping the bar in two and sending it flying into the corners of the room. There came the loud thudding noise again, like giant feet walking up the stairs. Peeping out from under the covers, Mary saw a huge figure filling her doorway.
"Where is it Mary, it has gone."
Mary sat bolt upright in terror and screamed, "I ATE your hairy toe!"
"Yes, you did," the ghostly figure whispered gently as it advanced into the room, gliding slowly towards Marys bed.
No one living in the region ever saw Mary Aldridge again. The only clue to her disappearance was a giant footprint a neighbor found pressed deep into the loose soil of the meadow beside the house. The footprint was missing the left big toe. Locals also believe this is the reason as to why many of the villagers had also experienced these 'reapings' and felt ghostly presences since this date.
The story was originally told by a local man Thomas Esscott, who reportedly heard Mary screaming into the night and when investigating, found a large bloody severed toe pressed against the window of her bedroom. Even historians cannot figure out the myth behind this truly bizarre haunting.
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NEVER, EVER USE A OUIJA BOARD. For any reason. Nothing but bad things happen with them. Ouija's are not toys, nor are the spirits they can bring usually good - they are not to be trifled with.
Spirits/ghosts inhabit places that they are connected to - if they're not there, then opening a portal will only bring in the kind of spirits you don't want. And you may not have considered that not all spirits were once human - some are malevolent entities that have never had human form. Some can and will possess you if you do not have the mental preparedness to deal with them.
If you don't have spirits in your house, then you won't have any. Be careful what you wish for - not all spirits are good, and many are mischievous, some downright dangerous and deadly. They can and will harm you if they wish and have the ability to manifest enough to do so.
If you're interested in the Paranormal, check the 'net or the TAPS site for groups in your area that do active investigations and see if you can get involved. Real Paranormal Investigating isn't as glamorous as they make it out to be on TV. Is it worth it? For me and my group, yes it is, but it's time consuming, expensive, and you don't always get any activity or evidence. Remember that TV shows have the benefit of editing video footage - those investigations take hours or days, not just a few minutes.
Ghosts are great to hunt and visit - but trust me when I say you don't want to live with them, no matter how cool you might think it would be. Unless you don't care about your privacy...
You can choose to believe me or not, but I could swear on a grave that for 18 yrs of my life I had experiences with ghosts. I lived in a 300-yr old colonial farmhouse in PA. And yes it was haunted. And I'm not talking about creaks, or little noises in the night, because yes most of the time it was the wood contracting and expanding or just the wind. But m whole family has seen, spoken to, and heard ghosts. There were four ghosts in my house. A blond woman in a blue dress, a man in a dark suit, a small child, and a pet. These ghosts were very friendly, very protective, and the child was very playful and those who moved into the house after us say they enjoy their company.
HOWEVER, Raven is right, not all ghosts are nice but then again not every place is haunted and you cannot "make" ghosts appear or "hunt ghosts". Ghosts will only appear to you if they want to. Because of my experience, ouija boards are complete and utter nonsense. Just a stupid game. I mean, do you really think a board game can call ghosts? Ghosts are human souls and were once human like you and me. How would you like to ordered to appear and be at people's beck and call? You wouldn't like it would you? In fact, I can guaratee you'll appear ridiculous to any ghost if you try to use one and they'll probably laugh at you. But ghosts are different than poltergeists. Poltergeists are malicious and are often the ones to "throw things" or "slam doors".
Ghosts will only appear to you if a) they need you to do something for them or they need to speak to you or b) they like you and wish to see you. Also, "wishing" for ghosts is nonsense as well. As Raven said, ghosts are attached to the place they inhabit, and "wishing" one to appear isn't going to work. Ghosts are either there or they're not, period.
In my opinion,most ghosts aren't scary. They're just human, but dead. However, they can still be scary. First of all, some ghosts were horrible, cruel people in life and stayed that way after their death. Those are the ghosts who are more likely to hurt people. What makes that worse is that most people cannot see them nor can they kill them. Also the ghosts that aren't even human, aka daemonic, are definitely worth being scared of, but they are least likely to encounter. Unless things are really creepy, don't worry about ghosts. Like I said, they're mostly human.
Ghosts don't but spirits or a shape-shifter. Some spirits and shape-shifters don't have faces or voices, so they imitate something or someone and try to take the appearance as their own.
There are ancient legends of evil spirits that can imitate the voices of people to lure the unsuspecting away from the safety of the fire in order to possess (kill, or eat) them.
There is a movie called Ghost Month and from what I hear there is a real Japanese/Chinese tradition of rules you follow during this month. It is in August I believe. There is tell of ghosts good and bad that will call your name using the voice of someone you know. Usually one of your parents. The legend goes that if you respond verbally to it you invite the spirit inside you and they take over your soul.
It means that your death is short becoming and your life is dwindling because this spirit is taking your life away
Or that someone is really good with PhotoShop.
Sometimes the interpretation might be based on the understanding of the individual. A skull is mostly a hidden part of the body. If the hidden skull is seen in a spirit form, perhaps it could indicate that there is a hidden spiritual part of a person that can be explored that they did not fully comprehend, before exploration of it. Since the physical skull holds and protects the brain, the spiritual skull might hold higher consciousness, that has that barrier to it's access.
Spirits do not exist. Therefore you are simply projecting (as in imagining) an image onto something else, like a vague blurry shape.
If you are seeing this image repeatedly and vividly (externally i.e. not just in your head) it is a sign of mental illness and you should seek professional help immediately.
I don"t take much stock in ornithomancy . A robin or Thrush is of course, a sign of Spring. Robins are migratory birds- which might explain the term Round -Robin for an exchange circuit of stamp collectors- rotating sports assignments, etc. It is a good sign that the weather is normalizing.
According to the legend, a spirit called the Black Hooded Man haunts the bridge and tunnel area of the Willow Lake. Willow Lake is on the corner of McCoy Drive and Frontenac Road. The legend says that the Black Hooded Man was killed by a passing train in 1904. It is said that he haunts the bridge and tries to scare off anyone who goes there a lot, because at the time of his death the bridge and tunnel were not there.
People starting coming to the spot more often when neighborhoods were built as well as a trail. The legend of the Black Hooded Man says that he had a younger sister named Annabelle who wrote letters to him. These letters can supposedly be found under the bridge. The Black Hooded Man was an alcoholic that had murdered someone early in his life. All of the people who knew the Black Hooded Man thought of him as a shady outcast. This legend has never been proven right or wrong.
The existence of The Black Hooded Man is unknown. If you are by the bridge you might hear moaning sounds coming from the tunnel behind it. He is angered by those who invade his territory, so he makes these moaning sounds to scare off those who trespass on his land for too long. The Black Hooded man was out one night after a fight with his mother. He was throwing rocks into the lake from the train track when a train came and tried to make a run for it. He was hit by the train and killed. Legend claims that when a train comes, he gets angry and throws rocks into the lake.
People say that his spirit is trapped in the tunnel, looking for a way out of Willow Lake. Some have claims of spotting the Black Hooded Man, having rocks thrown at them, or even feeling a cold hand brushing against their arm. The legend also states that the Black Hooded Man gives warnings to those who disturb him. He gives them five warnings before he attacks. The five warnings stand for the five letters in the word "Black".
Whether this legend is true or false, you might want to keep an eye out for signs of the Black Hooded Man...before it's too late.
First off, that stuff isn't something to play with. Next, your answer is yes, but it's extremely difficult (trust me, this has happened to me).
First, if you haven't already, talk to a priest or a paranormal investigation team. Then I would suggest you buy a Bible and sleep with it next to you. Third, and most frightening, burn the Ouija board. Yes, something will come out and I can attack, but bring a Bible when you burn it.
Seek help with your personal issues; any lasting effect of a Ouija board is most likely a result of unresolved issues on your part, especially as the very exercise of Ouija promotes communication with the group subconscious and enables the unintentional exposure of very personal or deep-seated problems.
The alleged paranormal aspect of Ouija has been thoroughly debunked by scientific professionals time and time again, but it remains popular, especially with those who believe in the paranormal; the obvious connotation of 'paranormal believer' being that the believer is more openly susceptible to suggestion and paranormal interpretation.
If you doubt the above and believe the problem is truly supernatural, then you can contact a shaman or exorcist. Just be careful and not fall for a con job, since the majority who claim to do such healing tend to be fake.
Yes, a poltergeist can and do hurt people physically, emotionally, and sometimes spiritually. They can inflict harm, and are generally considered a negative force.
Groups of Investigators:
The TAPS team
Academy of Parapsychology and Medicine
the Institute of Parascience
the Academy of Religion and Psychical Research
Society for Psychical Research
Fredric William Henry Myers
William Fletcher Barrett
Edmund Dawson Rogers
Arthur Connan Doyle
Dr. Reynolds asked Einstein if he believed in ghosts. Einstein confessed he had never seen one, and added, "When twelve other persons have witnessed the same phenomenon at the same time, then I might believe."
From: Charlie Chaplin, My Autobiography, Simon and Schuster: New York, NY (1964), page 321:
Jesus was God come to earth as a man. God created the heavens and the earth so as creator Jesus was more than able to perform a miracle with loaves and fishes.
If one does not believe in the spirit world, then I suppose that it would seem to be science fiction, but for those who know of the spirit world, it is very real, with the physical world being outside what is considered "normal," as well as being a very boring place!
The current use of indigo is far from its original meaning, which was some with a deep connection to the spirit world. In its original meaning it had nothing to do with how anyone behaved, what size eyes they had, or any other behavioral or physical characteristics. It has to do with the ability to link with the spirit world. This, of course, is nothing new. There have been shamans, medicine people and seers since the beginning of time. What is new is that people who frame the world through the lens of western culture are now speaking of it with more acceptance.
If one believes that we each have a soul, then it is not a vast jump to believe that we can be in touch with our soul, an energetic part of us. Our souls are able to be connected with all things, thus making information available to us that the five senses cannot provide.
Sometimes people's intuitive abilities are out of control and they cannot tell the difference between what is from the physical world and what is from the spirit world. Sometimes empathic people absorb so much from others that they are unable to handle the energy and feelings. Some churches recognize that people can be possessed by other entities, although not like it is presented in Hollywood. These things can be handled by simple training and gaining an understanding of how to manage one's abilities.
Anyone who has ever gotten a "bad vibe" off a place or person is using their intuition. Anyone who gets a sense that something good or bad is going to happen if they go a certain place or associate with certain people they do not know well is getting information from the spirit world. Hollywood has done a lot to skew the perception of what linking with the spirit world is like, although the show Medium is pretty accurate.
There are many who claim to be intuitive, but are not. There are many who say the words that are related to knowing about the spirit world, but do not have an understanding of how it all works and thus do great harm to others. These people, naturally, cause doubt and suspicion about the whole matter.
In many native traditions, in regards to those who have abilities, they do not speak of what they can do. They do not call themselves shamans or medicine people. They live an humble and simple life and face trials just like everyone else. They certainly do not ask for hundreds or thousands of dollars to tell you your future or make things happen. There are many things that cannot be spoken of until someone has the training to handle the information and the information is seldom transmitted via words. It is important to work with someone who can keep you safe if you wish to understand your own ability to link with the spirit world.
Okay, I know this is going to sound a lot like 'ghost whisperer', but I'm not lying. I can hear, see, help and talk to the ghosts that I help to 'cross over'. Please don't say I'm crazy or lying, because I'm not.
red is a strong signal followed by yellow then green the blue
Yes everyone has some kind of genuine psychic ability's
you just have to know how to use them.
We now have a subtopic for the Supernatural and the Occult, under Religion and Spirituality.
Metaphysics, which means beyond the physical would be appropriate since metaphysics describes how it all works.
I don't believe in a lot of things simply because I have not experienced for myself. For example, my sister, who is no longer a part of this world says she once saw a flying saucer. Well, we all thought she was ludricrous but she had a PH.D and was quite intelligent. I don't believe in anything supernatural unless I have experienced it myself and I think that would describe the majority of us. I don't believe in astrology. I believe when you are reading your horoscope it is so ambiguous and vague it could apply to just about anyone. And, according to the astrology books; all the signs I am supposed to be compatible with (that my sign should be compatible with); I am not and also vice versa!! Which gives me further reason not to read it. sometimes I read two a day just for the fun of it. One from an English paper and one from a spanish one, but by the time I have translated the latter one; it is already the next day. I believe in mental telepathy because I knew my daughter was in danger when she was in a car accident because I just had this "feeling'. I told a few people "something has just happened to my daughter' and most of them were saying, "Oh, I'm sure it's nothing." Yet, I knew although we were miles apart. Within 9 minutes after sharing with my friends my morbid thoughts emphatically; a call came in from the police station that my daughter had been transported to the hospital in an almost fatal car crash. One of the people in the vehicle had become paralyzed for life but my daughter recovered within 9 months. Now, my daughter who is, like my older sister, aiming for her PH.D, still to this day shares with people how her mother knew at the point of impact when the vehicle she was in crashed because all my friends had told her over and over. I also believe in prophetic dreams because that has happened to me twice. I believe we only believe what we know. And my elder sister, God rest her soul; probably did indeed see that flying saucer.These questions should be placed where our hearts feel they should be placed.
Anecdotal 'evidence' like this above, is not a reliable or credible form of evidence.
When people go through a traumatic experience, they think back to that time very frequently. Their memory, distorted by the extremity of the event, is clouded and the brain compensates for it much the same way your eyes compensate for things that it cant see in optical illusions. What results, is retrospective analysis, whereby everything that goes along with an idea is remembered and organised in the brain, and everything that goes against that idea is ignored and forgotten. This is scientific and logical fact.
So i put my answer to you to hold your supernatural and paranormal questions to science. The reason why you may not wish to do so is because the paranormal and supernatural crumble before the reliable and credible method of explanation that is called science.
A psi ball is a ball of psychic energy.
Legend says that the answer is very simple...you die.
I don't believe this though the way i see it is that if this were the case identical twins would die when they first saw each other if this were the case.
There is some truth to every legend and myth... The problem is trying to weed out the truth that is contained within it!
There are some who believe that Black Eyed Kids/Children (BEK) is a Japanese Demon like an ONI, except that it has the ability to change itself to look like a child, the only hint to its real nature is its eyes...
Of course this is the myth. The truth is in there, but its up to you to figure it out.
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