a reply to: JROCK2527
I think it's all far more complicated than people pretend.
Nothing annoys me more than seeing the likes of Yvette Fielding or Zak Bagans claiming they'll "release" a spirit through some chanting, as if
they're some kind of powerful Human who has a clue. It's so insanely arrogant it's beyond belief!
Personally, even though I have experienced things I would consider to be supernatural, I don't pretend to understand any of it. I do think about it
often, but I'm not arrogant enough to think we can possibly grasp what it's all about.
For instance, if traumatic death results in spirits, where are all the ghost cows and ghost chickens, with millions upon millions of them slaughtered
every month in traumatic ways? No one can explain this. It was as simple as traumatic death resulting in ghosts, where are all those animals?
And then, why are there so many reports of ghosts of those who actually didn't die in any traumatic way? Granny passing in her sleep and returning
for someone to see doesn't fit this theory.
The one thing I do know is that we operate using electrical impulses, it's how our brains function. Also, energy cannot be destroyed, it simply
transfers. So, when we die, where does this energy go? Presumably, it returns to a flowing system, throughout our reality. If this is the case, does a
part of us go with it? Is there a "soul" (for want of a better word) which leaves the body with this energy?
Could it be that we are indeed "all one"?
I actually wonder if there's more than one phenomena in what we call hauntings or spirit manifestation. Could it be a combination of things like the
recording theory, and some a genuine communication, while others a kind of crossing-over of dimensions, or even perhaps other forms of life in a
spectrum we cannot see?
Our brains desperately try to make sense of things we perceive, and can get it wrong if there's no previous experience. Could it be that for a moment
we are perceiving something out of our normal range of sight and sound, but our brains are forming a picture we will make more sense of?
We know we cannot see everything, like radio waves for example. How are we to know there aren't a million other forms of life out of our range of
perception, occasionally seen but misunderstood?