posted on Jan, 19 2014 @ 09:47 PM
First of all, don't let someone who wasn't there attempt to talk you out of your experience. Especially if there was more than one witness. Well,
you didn't see the entity, but still. I have found that the reasons for hauntings can vary, although on some level they are all interconnected. There
have been many hypotheses put forth, yet it is difficult to actually test them, considering the subject we are dealing with. If all the variables
could be controlled, then of course such things would become more clear, but it is not possible with our current level of advancement.
Although we probably have some of the physics necessary to explain paranormal events at present, I believe that, and so do a handful of prominent
scientists, that theoretical physicists have been on the wrong track for a long time. I had long been thinking that Einstein's Theories of Relativity
were inherently flawed regarding the nature of time, and if this is correct it has implications on various aspects of physics. But I do believe he was
right in other instances. I mean people should realize that physicists don't have all the answers, even to the most basic of questions, considering
that we don't have a working formula for everything in the known world.
In fact, we have to use different theories for matter, depending on the concentration, or mass of the body. There is something inherently flawed with
that, and I think physicists will continue to fail in both their search for a Grand Unified Theory, and a Theory of Everything, a GUT and a TOE,
My entire point is that there are going to be people who try to tell you that you didn't experience what you did. It is strange how they can know
what you did or did not experience, considering they were not present, but apparently these people are more intelligent than everbody else. Or maybe
they are psychic, although they still don't buy into psychic phenomenon. Now that is a paradox, lol. No, I'm just kidding.
As for the reason these experiences happened, I cannot say for sure. I would think that there is some reason, and maybe someone who has more
experience with such things will respond.