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Why dont we ever hear about paranormal events at holocaust camps?

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posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 08:10 AM
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Well, could there of been any religious ceremonial cleansing? That could be an explanation as to why the spirits of the victim left. Usually when spirits stay bound to the earth its because they are reluctant to accept death or confuse. A religious ceremony might allow them to see the err of their ways...And it doesn't matter how big or small this ceremony or ritual is; it could be minute as a single prayer, the point is: even the dead have ears, they shall listen, make with reason and leave.

As for why there is such a eerie silence, lifeless wasteland, well its because at the moment of death, the victims all suffered when they die, their pain, sorrows, suffering, fear, anger all produced negative energy. And yes while the the soul might be departed, there are still remnant of these negative energy, and its the negative energy that ward off any life, sensitive enough to feel it.

In due time, that energy will be purified, and life can resume in that area, the process could be sped up if the building are destroyed. Buildings, or any lifeless are the medium in which negative (and positive) energy could be storied in, because its neutral.

[edit on 21-11-2007 by skyblueff0]




posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 11:55 AM
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Oh I've heard the excuses as to why Hitler so hated the Jews, or gypsies, or homosexuals, etc...the list is almost endless. Any thing and every thing that didn't fit his twisted world view of Aryan supremecy was fair game. I understand the results of his thinking well enough, as to why? To truely understand that, is to take the risk of becoming that...no thank you...



posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 10:06 PM
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Having been to one of the camps I too can attest to the weird feeling of ....for lack of a better word Void. Everything just seems muted there. It's hard to explain without experiencing it yourself. You just sense a stillness and sadness throughout the place. I am not one to believe much in the way of ghosts ect, but there is a weird overall feeling to the place that I don't think is just in my mind. It's almost like a white noise static, maybe all those who suffered there just create a background vibe to the place without any individual entity manifesting.



posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 12:03 PM
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The souls were raptured to heaven just before their death. My girlfriend was just there last year and she also mentioned how quiet it was. I think it is natures way of respecting what happened there.



posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 02:48 PM
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Originally posted by Sky watcher
I think it is natures way of respecting what happened there.


Interesting theory.Although I dont think the animals enjoy being near that place. Maybe they are scared off by all the negative energy.



posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 03:10 PM
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Originally posted by Takkybunny
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Ok I think you are referring to some of the tests they did on holocaust victims. Ive read one report where they actually injected blue dye into children's eyes to see if their eyes would turn blue. I dont think Hitler was using them as a huge human sacrifice to some pagan god. While I wont dispute the fact that he was involved in paranormal research I don't think he was into it at the level at which you describe. Show me some proof.
He was into just about everything to do with the occult in his search for more power. your best off doing some research on it if your interested in finding out for yourself as i don't have the time or the desire to prove anything to anyone. i have my beliefs and you have yours and we can all share what we know to help each other find the truth but as most people that study the paranormal know no amount of proof is enough for some people so its best to just look for yourself or stick to your own beliefs. paganism is everywhere and its become so good at hiding that it hides right in plain site....



posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 03:23 PM
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Does anybody think that the people who take care of these camps (as museums) would let a group of people attempt an investigation into paranormal activity there?



posted on Nov, 22 2007 @ 03:35 PM
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Originally posted by Zanzibar
I expect that very few people who experienced the camps want to talk about them, much less talk about any paranormal activity that may or may not have happened.

Though one paranormal thing that happened in every single one was the complete damning of millions of innocent people. How one human can hate another with such a ferocity is something I will never understand. In my eyes, that's much scarier than a thousand ghosts.




Remember this. Hitler fooled an entire nation. How did he do it?

How did he do it, indeed!

Look at how history is repeating itself...

Take caution when you are being told another nation or race is evil, and deserves to be attacked.

Haven't we fallen for that gig one too many times before?

Don't believe it. We are all in this together. This one lifeboat we call "Earth" is going to have to be a place we get along in, or we will all go sinking together.



posted on Apr, 28 2008 @ 01:57 PM
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Excellent thread. I've thought of this very question several times over the years and always wanted to visit one of these camps, I don't doubt the activity is there one bit I just think that the feeling is overwhelming to those who visit and are already too creeped out to talk just knowing what happened there.



posted on Apr, 28 2008 @ 02:23 PM
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Originally posted by HuntaXX

Originally posted by Takkybunny
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Ok I think you are referring to some of the tests they did on holocaust victims. Ive read one report where they actually injected blue dye into children's eyes to see if their eyes would turn blue. I dont think Hitler was using them as a huge human sacrifice to some pagan god. While I wont dispute the fact that he was involved in paranormal research I don't think he was into it at the level at which you describe. Show me some proof.
He was into just about everything to do with the occult in his search for more power. your best off doing some research on it if your interested in finding out for yourself as i don't have the time or the desire to prove anything to anyone. i have my beliefs and you have yours and we can all share what we know to help each other find the truth but as most people that study the paranormal know no amount of proof is enough for some people so its best to just look for yourself or stick to your own beliefs. paganism is everywhere and its become so good at hiding that it hides right in plain site....


He may have been into the occult, but I think it was mostly just to stir up nationalism among the Germans - since it was Germanic "Paganism". I put it in quotes because it wasn't really Paganism. In fact, it was nothing but a bunch of mish-mosh. When Hitler came to power, one of the first groups he oppressed and put into the death camps were fortunetellers, psychics and the like.
True Pagans respect all forms of life, they don't set out to destroy anyone or anything. Like I said, Hitlerian "Pagan's may have called themselves that, but they weren't. Just like I can call myself black, but am I? No. Just because I say it, doesn't make it true.



posted on May, 2 2008 @ 03:58 PM
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I've come across some ghost stories of some concentration camps, you just need to look hard enough on Google, yahoo. But for the amount of lives vs the ghost stories, it does seem odd there wouldn't be more. Maybe most of those poor souls that perished there, was all able to find peace. I would like to think that they did.



posted on May, 5 2008 @ 11:47 AM
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A simple explanation: Ghost hunters would be sick to their stomachs for using something as hideously graphic as a concentration camp to further their hobby. This aligns very nicely with my still-supported theory that ghosts don't exist; that they only exist in the minds of people who want them to be true.

I used to believe in ghosts, then I realised just how irrational the belief is - piling guesses on top of guesses while constantly trying to look professional about it. Ghost hunting is like playing make-believe - you're going through the motions, but it's is so fundamentally flawed it's pointless.



posted on May, 13 2008 @ 07:34 AM
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Originally posted by christiansoldier

Originally posted by HuntaXX

Originally posted by Takkybunny
reply to post by HuntaXX
 


Ok I think you are referring to some of the tests they did on holocaust victims. Ive read one report where they actually injected blue dye into children's eyes to see if their eyes would turn blue. I dont think Hitler was using them as a huge human sacrifice to some pagan god. While I wont dispute the fact that he was involved in paranormal research I don't think he was into it at the level at which you describe. Show me some proof.
He was into just about everything to do with the occult in his search for more power. your best off doing some research on it if your interested in finding out for yourself as i don't have the time or the desire to prove anything to anyone. i have my beliefs and you have yours and we can all share what we know to help each other find the truth but as most people that study the paranormal know no amount of proof is enough for some people so its best to just look for yourself or stick to your own beliefs. paganism is everywhere and its become so good at hiding that it hides right in plain site....


He may have been into the occult, but I think it was mostly just to stir up nationalism among the Germans - since it was Germanic "Paganism". I put it in quotes because it wasn't really Paganism. In fact, it was nothing but a bunch of mish-mosh. When Hitler came to power, one of the first groups he oppressed and put into the death camps were fortunetellers, psychics and the like.
True Pagans respect all forms of life, they don't set out to destroy anyone or anything. Like I said, Hitlerian "Pagan's may have called themselves that, but they weren't. Just like I can call myself black, but am I? No. Just because I say it, doesn't make it true.

It was not known that Hitler was into occult stuff to the general public during the war.
Only few people knew it back then so using it to stir up nationalism wouldn't be a good point.
A theory is that concentration camps were places to harvest energy to use during the war.
Something like battlemagic.
But thats just a theory ofcourse.

[edit on 13-5-2008 by HaDeZz]



posted on May, 19 2008 @ 10:09 PM
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Originally posted by dave420
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A simple explanation: Ghost hunters would be sick to their stomachs for using something as hideously graphic as a concentration camp to further their hobby. This aligns very nicely with my still-supported theory that ghosts don't exist; that they only exist in the minds of people who want them to be true.

I used to believe in ghosts, then I realised just how irrational the belief is - piling guesses on top of guesses while constantly trying to look professional about it. Ghost hunting is like playing make-believe - you're going through the motions, but it's is so fundamentally flawed it's pointless.


I could never ghost hunt at a concentraton camp. Just the thought makes me sick to my stomach. I think people (like me) believe in ghosts because it gives hope that the world isn't black and white. I almost like the mystery of not knowing if it's real or not. It's all about the journey. Mystery thrills me.



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