posted on Jan, 9 2014 @ 12:23 AM
I learned something a long time ago, and this has to do with "feeling" things like someone looking at you. Most people rarely, if ever, get that
feeling. But when it does happen, there is usually a good reason for it. Sure, electromagnetic fields could theoretically cause it, but in my personal
experience there is a difference in the sensations, and the EMF's are not usually something one feels out in the open, among other people. That will
usually happen around unshielded power boxes, and other high-voltage equipment.
My point is that if you get a strong feeling of being watched, and that is not something you experience very often, or at all, then you should pay
attention. I can still remember the feeling I got when I had my first paranormal encounter, and the feeling came before I knew there was an entity
standing behind and above me. So I was either able to feel that it wasn't human, or could feel it watching me; probably the latter, but I'm not
There is a reason that snipers, at least at one point, were trained not to actually stare at a target through their scope, as it was known that many
humans can perceive this, and I would consider that a form of "telepathy," considering science tells us there is absolutely zero physical connection
between the watcher and the watched.
I have only read about what you describe in this thread, and honestly I never really knew what to make of it. I am under the impression that this is a
relatively new phenomenon, which gives me a first impression that the idea of BEK's is an invention of our modern culture and society. But, knowing
there are "entities" out there that are definitely not human, I cannot rule out the possibility that there is some connected group of non-human
entities that is applying some new tactic. But maybe it isn't new, but surely there would have to be accounts throughout history if it were an old
I know that the explanation of non-human entities sounds crazy or impossible, but I assure you that I am a very logical and right-minded individual,
and the only reason I believe in a couple of "weird" things is because I've had firsthand experiences with those things. And I am absolutely
certain, having others there to witness some of these events, that they were not internally generated, but were external products-- some outside
Isn't it strange how a person can completely disbelieve in something, yet when something happens to them or someone they trust, they suddenly begin
to actually listen to what other people are saying. I am not referring to you, OP, since you were not a naysayer. Naysayers are not skeptics in my
opinion. A true skeptic is willing to take all evidence seriously, and considering that when there are hundreds or thousands of reports on some
phenomenon, that is serious evidence. So a true skeptic will NEVER say that some phenomenon is impossible when they are faced with such mountainous
eyewitness testimony; rather, they will say that while they do not believe such a phenomena is occurring, they cannot be certain that it is not. They
leave room for the possibility, while a naysayer will adamantly deny the existence of something, regardless of the evidence in front of them.
And I am not talking about definitive evidence that proves something 100% Even circumstantial evidence, in a large enough quantity, should be enough
for any rational person to leave room for the possibility of some thing existing. People have been sent to prison for life, and even executed, on the
same kind of evidence. Why is it that we trust eyewitness evidence, even from just one or two people, for a verdict so important as that of death or
life in prison, yet when it comes to things like the paranormal, despite all the eyewitness accounts stating the affirmative, there are people who
still claim GHOSTS AREN'T REAL...? Really?