After a year of intensive research, testing and in-depth usage, I’ve watched the popularity of the Echovox software sky-rocket. This has come as little shock to people such as I, who have walked the talk and decided to dedicate time – and patience – to finding the truth.
In the world of paranormal research and Investigation, people are rightly sceptical when the term ‘App’ – or ‘electronic software’ – is mentioned as a possible aid to finding paranormal activity.
I have massive gratitude towards science and the boundaries they push here in the physical realms. As many critics of the paranormal – and heavy supporters of fundamental science practices – have told me over and over, if it were not for science, I would not be sitting on the Internet or enjoying much of my luxuries.
This is true, but lets not lose sight of the real discussions that brings up such claims, how can physical science measure non-physical activity?
If there is one thing – I’ve learned – during my time dealing with paranormal activity, it is that experiences had by the general public – or researchers – might not be captured by the recording equipment.
Actually, to go a step further, we could even be actively Investigating, and not experience anything at all.
Does this mean the place is not haunted or the witnesses have suffered some type of mass hallucination?
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 →
They may just consider that they are approaching from a rational, logical and very much transparent position. Maybe even saving people from their ignorance, and that they have all the answers to the world mysteries, sewn up in a nice little package.
I mean, if something can be faked, it means all subjects under said topic are fake? Right?
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.
Haunted Scotland looks at the increasingly interesting area of on-site live audio interaction, allegedly communicating with spirits and non-physical energies. This is achieved via a modified fast scanning radio device, prompting manipulation by any alleged spiritual beings.
Scanning at super-speeds but still managing to form coherent sentences or key phrases, can this device provide afterlife communication with our loved ones or lost souls?