Paranormal Conservatives?

That title is something that may make you sit back and think a bit. It is also something I’m personally happy to see more and more of in people who are involved in the paranormal field. I’m no Paranormal Investigator, nor is that an interest of mine. I’ve always gone with using my gifted abilities in what I do in the Paranormal field. But I’m happy to see the start of what I would call Conservative Paranormal Investigators and also those with what I will loosely call ‘Psychic Abilities’ for those individuals who do have it (I use ” loosely call “, as I don’t even like the word Psychic in my personal description).

With the amount of years I’ve been involved in the paranormal field, all those years it seemed like I was flying solo in my comments, insight and inner knowledge about spirits, the paranormal and such. Sure I could of gone the route that many Psychics and Investigators do, that every bump in the dark must be a Ghost or worse a Demon! Beware of the Evil Spirits that you may tap into! Stay away from that wicked Ouija Board! Let me cast out or chase the Spirit away, as I’m more powerful then the spirit world. The list can go on and on, all you have to do is visit some of the forums for the paranormal field.

I feel things are changing though, in reality they have to if the general public is to accept the fact of spirits being always around us and what we do in the paranormal field, instead of the hype that has been pushed by many for a few years now about the ‘ Evil Things Spirits Will Do ‘. At times seems like it is based on the latest ghost movie or TV show that is seeking ratings. The Paranormal Conservatives are now coming out and advising people to look at these paranormal activities as more spiritual encounters with higher beings.

Those Paranormal Conservatives who like me, are now speaking up trying to help the general public to think and maybe even tap into their own personal inner knowledge, instead of being led by those who may be using spooky hype to draw followers from the general public. There is even now a book out on how to use Investigator tools to create the illusion of ghostly activities and the book is called ‘The Other Side’. Creating the illusion of Ghosts and Paranormal activates is fine if your brining groups to haunted houses or museums and you want to become the ‘Who is Who’ among Paranormal Investigators. But it is a whole other factor if your being called to an individual’s home and use the same methods of illusions by way of the paranormal tools, as that is wrong to put that type of what may actual turn out to be fear, in the home owners mind, and I firmly believe the Spirit World will have the final laugh at a later date with those that do.

I’m not a believer in the Ouija Board, at least not in the “Beware of It” preaching you see go on many of the forums. I have not yet seen the Ouija planchette move on it’s own without anyone touching it. I’ve brought about Spirits in an area with people involved who felt and heard the spirits at the location, and had an Ouija Board sitting right there with no one touching it and even though spirits where present, the planchette never moved.

The world of science calls the movements of the planchette when individuals have their fingers on the planchette, ‘ The Automatism Theory ‘, the clinical term is “ideomotor response.” The thing is that the Paranormal Investigators desire that their investigation work be considered some type of science work they are doing, yet when the science world speaks, many of the Investigators seem to rather follow what is more spooky and fear feeding in their warnings about using a Ouija Board. Personally I want to believe in it, but if it is supposed to be this great spirit conductor, then I want to see the planchette move on it’s own for me to believe in it. Even with my fingers on it and many of times waiting over ten minutes for it to move, it just sits there.

Paranormal Conservatives are now speaking out, like I do, that there are no Demons, it is something that was created by the Christians to keep people in line with the faith being preached. I’m a Catholic and I do not believe in Demons. The book and movie “The Amityville Horror” that was about the demons and all the horror that went on in the house, was a hoax! Don’t take my printed words here as facts, go and do a search for Amityville Horror Hoax, and then read about the court trial and those involve in the book and movie claiming in a court of law, that it was a hoax. So what does that say about the individuals who made a career of and many people put on a pedestal, as being experts of knowledge about the demons that where there at the house in Amityville and their knowlede expanded to cover many other locations in the world?

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