A few quotes and scenarios from different movies inspire me to look at the way we ourselves perceive things. Are you a glass half full or half empty person for example? A lot of this makes a difference to the way we believe and approach the paranormal.
Investigators often refer to temperature changes to look for fluctuations within the environment around us as they believe a dramatic change could indicate a spirit manifesting. Here is how you can make your own non electronic device to detect these temperature changes in this new Old School Challenge.
Binaural beats potentially help a person to induce a meditative state. While used as therapy for a form of soundwave healing, could binaural beats help a person to potentially unlock their consciousness? What if we incorporated binaural beats into our Ganzfeld experiments? Could it help us unlock potential psi abilities?
Thanks to social media and reality television, the paranormal has more of a stage than ever before. Is there still a social stigma around those who openly take an interest in the paranormal? What about the stigmas within the paranormal field itself?
On the 16th of November 1924, Harry Houdini wrote an article for the Canton Daily News titled "Can the living converse with the dead?" Houdini goes into details his dealings with Eva Carriere and the claims she could produce 'ectoplasm'. It is a fascinating insight into his relationship with the spiritualist world and how he was able to decipher their deception.
REM Pods 23rd August 2019 Sarah Chumacero 674 views. 0 comments. General, Paranormal Equipment.
REM Pods are quite popular with paranormal investigators. Here is how it works, how the concept was derived from a musical instrument, some ideas on how you can use it during paranormal investigations as well as what can cause false positive readings.
The Bermuda Triangle 20th August 2019 Sarah Chumacero 685 views. 0 comments. Famous Paranormal Cases, General, Conspiracy Theories.
The Bermuda triangle is one of those mysteries which has had me intrigued since I was a child. I mean who hasn't heard of the Bermuda triangle? There is a plethora of books, documentaries, articles, news segments and the likes all delving into the mysteries surrounding disappearances of aircraft and sea vessels in the same spot. Is it aliens? Is it the lost city of Atlantis? Is it some sort of portal or vortex? Is it the magnetic effect? Let's look into the some of the mysteries surrounding the Bermuda Triangle.
Whenever there is a Thunderstorm, investigators get excited. Not only does it create an amazingly spooky atmosphere, some believe they act as fuel for paranormal activity. Do you believe a thunderstorm fuels paranormal phenomena?
There are a lot of reported haunted locations that investigators gravitate to. You go on a regular basis because there seems to be activity in every corner. As time passes or you return to your favourite location, the activity has stopped. People tell me their once favourite location now feels empty. Can too many investigations cause a decrease in activity? Can a location be over investigated? Is it just our perception? Are we a lot harder to impress the more we learn?
Belief in the paranormal has been around for centuries, and yet we are still no closer to answers. I have to wonder if our human nature and attitudes is what is actually holding us back from getting answers? Do we overcomplicate things?
A lot of people report paranormal experiences at night when they are either falling asleep or actually asleep and feel they have been visited or even 'attacked' in a dream. Some behaviours at night time can often be interpreted as paranormal, when they are also a 'parasomnia'. Is it all apart of falling asleep, or does this state allow us to become more susceptible to the other side? Let's look at some common parasomnias and how they are often tied into the paranormal.
I have spoken before about how 'real life gets in the way', and we can't investigate or do as much as we want to. Our daily jobs, family commitments and just life can prevent us from doing what we love. One of the things that can affect the way we participate in the paranormal field, is chronic illness. I should know all about it - because I suffer from more than one.
The Autokinetic Effect 26th July 2019 Sarah Chumacero 430 views. 1 comments. General, Stuff paranormal investigators need to know.
We know the brain loves a good optical illusion. When our brain and eyes work together to interpret what we see, often it tricks us into thinking things are moving around. The autokinetic effect can make stationary objects seem as if they are moving in the dark. Some UFO sightings could be attributed to this phenomena. So let's look at the autokinetic effect in more detail.
There is something about this field that allows us to fulfil something within us. Whether it is a podcast, blog or YouTube channel, this field allows us to express ourselves creatively and achieve great things. Don't wait for opportunity to knock, go out and do the things you want to do! When you love something so much, anything is possible. REACH FOR THE STARS!!