posted on Nov, 17 2007 @ 03:53 PM
I've seen so much magic in my life, I have had it firmly and conclusively proven to me that it does indeed exist. The millions of other folks who
swear that what they saw was what they saw, and that saw things unable to be explained by any known laws of science. Things like precognitive dreams,
out of body experiences, etc. When the event includes details that cannot be explained as to how they acquired them, such as seeing details of
activities far distant from the experiencer's body.
Many frauds, etc., fake magic in every form. Millions of people have seen things that science doesn't have the ability to explain or duplicate. So,
what of these millions of people? I have seen the typical result is that they are deemed to be either lying or crazy. Remember, the account includes
details that the scientists cannot explain. They sometimes agree that the account is possibly true, and the person is neither lying nor crazy, maybe
because of the wealth of inexplicable details in the account.
In my case, at least a half-dozen such personal events have confirmed for me that magic exists. Convincing those who have never seen such phenomena
is futile. They choose to either trust, or not trust. I guess I am lucky, I don't have to trust anymore, I had finally seen enough by 2004 to need
trust no one. It was proved to me anyway.