We live in a funny old world where everything appears to be upside down, and many people seem to be confusing the issue by adopting practices that take them away from their specific goals, not towards them.
Michael Ellner was absolutely spot on with his perception of the world when he said:
“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.”
This is unedited footage from Culross Abbey – in Fife – with Bryan Boyle, local Mystic from Leslie. This is what a typical session would entail, in between data gathering, and audio capture attempts. — at Culross Abbey
Culross is a hot bed for paranormal activity, with not only the abbey having sightings of the traditional ghostly monks, but also many reports from the village itself which is steeped in such history of black magic and witchcraft.
For millennia, human beings have wondered what happens when we die. What is the first-person experience of dying and being brought back to life?
Technological advances in resuscitation science have now added an intriguing new chapter to the literature of “out of body” or “near death experiences” by eliciting detailed and vivid accounts of those who have approached the threshold of death. However we might seek to explain such phenomena, it is no longer tenable to simply dismiss this accumulating body of first-hand experiences. Can these experiences be explained through the lens of biology and neuroscience? Continue reading →
The famous case of Pam Reynolds near death experience. Pam was given slim odds of survival after finding a large aneurysm In 1991. During the operation to remove the aneurysm she went out of body and was able to recall details of the surgery.
Soon after she felt a presence and went toward the light….
Those who has experienced the paranormal first hand, are the true experts in this area of reality. They are – in my opinion – far superior than the people wheeled out on media, to give an opinion due to their learning of academic material, via text-book, in turn being classified as expert.
They are far more experienced – and thus expert – than those who are involved in sceptical groups or online websites, who in turn proclaim to be the guardians of reason.
I feel absolutely blessed at times, when I sit back and reflect on the research, Investigation and observational work conducted in the country I love. Weekly – if the weather permits such – I travel all over Scotland with one main goal in mind, to answer those questions that people seek; with regards to hauntings and other ghostly behaviour.
I’ve crammed in so much research, in a relatively small period of time, just shy of a decade of constant study with many hypothetical propositions – along with extensive testing – and STILL I’m no closer to the truth.
So you have the application on your Smart-Phone or PC Tablet and you are ready to rock and roll on location. However, how do you begin you may wonder, and what is the best way to conduct such sessions to get maximum possibility of results.
Like anything in the paranormal world, results are never guaranteed and when they are forthcoming, people rarely agree that such are significant enough.