posted on Oct, 13 2008 @ 03:17 AM
The existence of inhuman entities is well documented. It may not be well-documented as far as most of mainstream science but they aren't the ones
doing the investigating in the first place so it really doesn't matter. The paranormal is not some side-show late night television program. It is
very real. Many investigative groups out there give others a bad name.. Only because all of a sudden it seems "scientific" for some groups to do
nothing but videotape themselves for hours on end (rather than what they are trying to catch), conducting "seances" with ouija boards and everything
else making the field of paranormal investigation look more like some kind of back-ally witchcraft that doesn't really have a purpose other than to
scare the bejeezus out of people that don't know what they're doing in the first place.
Now, All groups will "claim" that their investigative methods are "scientific" only because they want to be seen as credible and methodical. The
reality is that there are probably only a few dozen groups that are VERY well organised, VERY scientific, and always approach the paranormal with the
purpose of helping families, people and all the while "debunking" all that is humanly possible. If the methods are sound enough and the focus is on
trying to find credible evidence while trying to debunk reported claims of activity, eventually the evidence will reveal itself.
A big problem with the paranormal is that the first thing most people think when they hear the word "paranormal" is what they remember from movies
and television shows. The paranormal is much more subtle than people realize and finding hard video or audio evidence of paranormal activity is
extremely rare. But alot of folks just think the paranormal means "dead people". That is not the case.. There are many different categories of
activity that groups have consistently experienced since people have been researching and investigating paranormal activity.
I'll post more about inhuman activity later on because it is late.. But in short..
Inhuman activity is very consistent, very terrifying, and it always has a very specific motive it seems (to manipulate human emotions in order to
split up the family unit). The entitiy COULD be trying to force the people out of their homes. The problem with that theory is many times these
beings will "follow" the family to their new home anyway. If it really wanted the family out that bad, why would it follow them? The point is that
the motive always seems to come back to manipulating human emotions like fear and anger in order to turn people against each other and, thus, split up
the family. Why? There are many theories...
Some inhuman/demonic entities have been heard speaking a variety of different ancient human languages. What this means is unclear.. But many
paranormal investigators believe that these entities are so very different in how they manifest themselves and are so much more powerful than anything
else out there that they probably were never human.. Some people believe that these beings are so ancient and have been at this for so long that they
simply learned human languages through the centuries. But noone really knows (obviously)..
The problem I have with the whole idea of demons is that we don't know that either.. We DO know that these are probably not human spirits. We also
know that they can be extremely "evil". But confusing an evil being who only exists as energy with something from the bible is a VERY big link
based on absolutely no proof whatsoever. People have, over the years, called these creatures demons, perhaps, for lack of a better word. If a devout
Christian experienced one of these beings, they would likely call it a demon. But other religions all have their own forms of "demons" as well..
And linking consistent inhuman activity with any one religion just seems like a big assumption based on conjecture alone.
It is a very real phenomenon but it doesn't necessarily deserve to be called a "demon" because that implies A L O T that we simply don't know or
understand at this point. Some call them "inhuman" (which we don't exactly know), some call them "demons" (which we don't know either). Both
names are more or less misnomers since we simply don't know what we're dealing with here other than the characteristics of the being itself and how
it manifests itself in our physical world.