How To Be A Paranormal Investigator -- No Debunking
Let’s get one thing straight right at the kickoff here, debunking anything is running from a preconceived belief system and thus sets up the process of investigation to failure.If you want to know how to be a paranormal investigator, do not do it, do what I’m about to say instead!
Debunkers will never find answers; they will discover narratives to back up their belief systems and run with these like a closely protected crown jewel.
To become an able paranormal researcher -- whether this is in the field of ufology, cryptozoology or afterlife research -- you must approach everything from a position of open-minded scepticism. You MUST be willing to be flexible in thinking and move with the data.
If you think to bash paranormal research tools, the study of ITC devices, mediumship or other methodologies and testing is the sign of an intelligent member of the paranormal community; you are sadly mistaken. It’s actually the sign of ignorance and the inability to form a working hypothesis to back up assertions.
You see, some have been hoodwinked into BELIEVING that by copying media made famous sceptics or parroting members of the community who are good with words, but bad with research, is the way forward and makes them look like some type of so-called expert.
Real researchers, well, research and do a ton of testing, collecting of actual data and keep their assumptions under wraps unless they have something significant to show. Copycat bad researchers will make claims on tools they have never used, no data to back up the assertions and will parrot information that sounds good to them but penned by other people they know little about.
See the fallacy is, that only those who suggest theories to support possible activity are to show evidence, while those making counterclaims based on no actual data collection do not? FALSE!
If you claim a device, for example, does not work and is merely natural occurrences or delusions, you must show how you reached this conclusion by providing the testing you did to prove such a statement.
This is similar to the requirements placed on people who already research in the field. They are regularly asked for ‘proof’ -- there is no such thing as proof in science by the way unless mathematical equations, we use evidence-based data -- of their claims, yet DEBUNKERS think they are under no such requirement and have free reign to make sweeping statements.
I’ve seen an increase in such behaviour by those who seem to think they are more special in this mysterious area of research we find ourselves.
If you use new devices and work on new hypothesises and still currently in test phase, debunkers love to shout from the sidelines that you lack credibility, the methods do not work, and you should never use them. Some even make claims about faking data, entertainment only and bash the methods without ever having used the devices or methods, no data and no working to show you either.
It’s like a backseat driver with no licence telling you how to drive. Yet they fail to see this!
In the real world of research, those who are busy make less noise and allow their content to do the talking. They collect data before providing their thoughts, they extensively use new methods, push the envelope in the hope of finding new communication ways and get on with the work and cooperate with others.
Debunkers go around looking for content to bash with their superior knowledge from a stance of no data collection and listening to others only. They have already made their mind up what works and does not work regardless of data out there, blind to anything that goes against their conditioning.
They will use fancy terms like pareidolia in the hope of swaying opinion but have rarely looked at the data or true meaning of such terms.
I’ve also noticed an increase in attacks on teams and researchers who are more popular in social media circles. Some really nasty claims, attacking relentlessly and all because they deem the research terrible and theirs good.
Looking at the stats online, most think the opposite, and this seems to be a problem for the debunkers.
If you genuinely want to be an able researcher who goes for REAL truth-seeking in any subject, I would suggest an open-minded approach -- cue the debunkers quotes about being too open-minded -- but attached to no outcome.
This will allow you to dive deep into many methods, claims and ideas without the restriction of the debunkers and cynics. You will be active in the research, busy with your data and enjoy the process. While the opposite number will continue the droning of negativity with very little time to create anything or do any actual research away from the keyboard.
Keep your awareness open to the possibilities, keep your mind fresh to new ideas, and test till your heart is contented regardless of what the sniper’s fire from the sidelines.
Debunking Is Not Open Minded Research My Friends.
I will go deeper into this topic in the future and my forthcoming book to be released in October this year.
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