reply to post by semidiablan
What really saddens me on ATS, is the often held philosophy of many members, that if you can't see something; then it doesn't exist. Then because
you can't see it, you never bother to investigate it. Because you don't bother to investigate it, then you ridicule those who have found out that
the invisible does exist.
Fortunately, there are scientists who have researched this over a long period of time, and one notable one was Sir Oliver Lodge, fellow of the Royal
Society for Science, and inventer of the Automobile Spark Plug (Lodge Plugs). He was so distrought when his son Raymond was killed in the 1st World
War, that he decided to find out if life existed in some form beyond the grave; and it does. The evidence is out there, and you just have to look for
If somebody was very unpleasant just before they 'died', then they will be just the same when their spirit leaves their body. Just imagine for a
moment you've just died. You are still in the room, but looking at your own body, and you speak to the other people there, but they don't answer
you. So what do you do, you try and attract their attention, but to no avail, because life after death doesn't exist, does it? Well, that's what
you've been taught; if it's invisible you can't see it.
Some incredibly strong willed people hang around where they 'died' for generations, even centuries. They have been summoned to safety by a person
from higher dimensions, but they are afraid and don't understand; they are souls in turmoil.
Basically, clearing a room or building of the unwelcome presence of a person who now exists in their spirit body and not in the material one, is to
persuade them to go to the person who wants to help them to safety. This can be done by a religious person, or by a person who has no religion, but
who has a understanding of these matters.
The stronger the deceased, the harder the task; and when you are in that situation, trying to stop someone being grabbed by an extremely unpleasant
spirit person, it gets very tough. It's like being in a war zone at its worst, on some occasions. (I speak from experience).
I hope this may provide an answer to the OP.