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originally posted by: InnerPeace2012
a reply to: OccamsRazor04
It is understandable that some people do that for money and fame, however that should not discount the phenonmenon of channelling information.
I am certainly not a chanellor myself, but have researched this thing long enough to know that some of the information and the trench like state achieved by the chanellor is something perhaps science should look into.
We can't be discounting something as for "profit manking and fame" or just "some medical" condition because we haven't fully understood it's nature. That's also not discounting the obvious cases of profit making and perhaps psychosis.
originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: DeadCat
There's software used in some schools and universities that identifies words used in texts and scores them for frequency. It would be an interesting study to compare the words and terms that are supposed to come from channelled sources to the words and terms of the channeller.
I had the idea a few years ago when I read a blogger writing about their favourite channeller who wrote an autobiography as well as channelled material.
If there was a positive match, we'd know that the messages are from their imagination. If there was a negative match, we'd have vocabulary that isn't used by the channeller and would suggest an outside intelligence.